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Premier League predictions gameweek 15: The Blinders' Charlie McGough vs. Sports Mole

Premier League predictions gameweek 15: The Blinders' Charlie McGough vs. Sports Mole
Sports Mole takes on Charlie McGough from The Blinders for a Premier League predictions challenge in gameweek 15 of the 2023-24 season.

Football fans will be treated to a mouth-watering midweek round of Premier League fixtures as the busy festive schedule really begins to ramp up this week.

Gameweek 15 contains a number of eye-catching contests, including Manchester United hosting Chelsea at Old Trafford on Wednesday night.

Manchester City visit Aston Villa on Wednesday night too, while the gameweek comes to a close with a London derby between rivals Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United on Thursday night.

Each gameweek, Sports Mole is taking on a famous musician or band in a prediction competition, and this week it is the turn of Charlie McGough from The Blinders.

Wolves vs. Burnley

Tuesday, 7.30pm

Wolverhampton Wanderers' Matheus Cunha celebrates scoring their first goal on November 27, 2023© Reuters

Charlie: Wolves 2-0 Burnley

Sports Mole: Wolves 2-1 Burnley

Luton vs. Arsenal

Tuesday, 8.15pm

Luton Town manager Rob Edwards celebrates after the match on November 25, 2023© Reuters

Charlie: Luton 1-4 Arsenal

Sports Mole: Luton 0-2 Arsenal

Sheff Utd vs. Liverpool

Wednesday, 7.30pm

Sheffield United's Cameron Archer celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates on November 2, 2023© Reuters

Charlie: Sheff Utd 0-4 Liverpool

Sports Mole: Sheff Utd 1-4 Liverpool

Fulham vs. Nott'm Forest

Wednesday, 7.30pm

Fulham's Harry Wilson celebrates scoring their first goal on December 3, 2023© Reuters

Charlie: Fulham 1-1 Nott'm Forest

Sports Mole: Fulham 2-1 Nott'm Forest

Brighton vs. Brentford

Wednesday, 7.30pm

Brighton & Hove Albion's Facundo Buonanotte celebrates scoring their first goal with Simon Adingra and Igor on December 3, 2023© Reuters

Charlie: Brighton 3-2 Brentford

Sports Mole: Brighton 2-2 Brentford

Crystal Palace vs. Bournemouth

Wednesday, 7.30pm

Crystal Palace's Odsonne Edouard celebrates scoring their first goal on December 3, 2023© Reuters

Charlie: Crystal Palace 3-1 Bournemouth

Sports Mole: Crystal Palace 1-1 Bournemouth

Man Utd vs. Chelsea

Wednesday, 8.15pm

Manchester United's Bruno Fernandes looks dejected after Newcastle United's Anthony Gordon scores their first goal on December 2, 2023© Reuters

Charlie: Man Utd 0-0 Chelsea

Sports Mole: Man Utd 1-1 Chelsea

Aston Villa vs. Man City

Wednesday, 8.15pm

Aston Villa's Leon Bailey celebrates scoring their first goal with Ollie Watkins on December 3, 2023© Reuters

Charlie: Aston Villa 1-2 Man City

Sports Mole: Aston Villa 1-2 Man City

Everton vs. Newcastle

Thursday, 7.30pm

Everton's Vitaliy Mykolenko celebrates scoring their first goal on November 11, 2023© Reuters

Charlie: Everton 0-1 Newcastle

Sports Mole: Everton 0-2 Newcastle

Spurs vs. West Ham

Thursday, 8.15pm

Tottenham Hotspur's Dejan Kulusevski celebrates scoring against Manchester City on December 3, 2023© Reuters

Charlie: Spurs 3-1 West Ham

Sports Mole: Spurs 2-1 West Ham

Charlie McGough Q&A

Charlie McGough press image

How did you come to support Leeds and what are your favourite memories from your time as a fan?

My introduction to Leeds was the stereotypical 'my Dad's a Leeds fan and therefore it was cast upon me'. My first game was a midweek Europa League tie that we won 3-1 and I slept through joyfully.

My fandom started around the time of the great decline so it's been a predominantly miserable pursuit however, the Beckford goals against Manchester United and Bristol are the first moments that seemed to signal some sort of turn around and stick in the mind.

The first three Bielsa seasons are the most joyous and special of seasons any Leeds fan could have ever wished for really. What he did for the club and for the fans now feels rather dream-like. That Hernandez goal against Swansea to all but seal promotion, what could be better?

Who have been your favourite five players for your club? (Historically or currently)

Pablo Hernandez and Raphinha speak for themselves. Luke Ayling, in particular, was at the centre of so many of the most important Bielsa moments and seems like one of the more underrated players of that team even if he is looking calamitous at the moment. Viduka is an obvious early hero as was Gary Kelly... as somebody who became an industrious full-back he's got a lot to answer for.

What's going on with the band at the moment?

We've just announced our third record, Beholder. The first single Brakelights is currently out there for all to hear and the rest of the record comes in March. We're incredibly excited for the tour that follows which, for us, is now taking the focus.

Check out 'Brakelights', the latest release from The Blinders, available on all digital streaming platforms now.

You can follow The Blinders on Instagram and X (formerly known as Twitter).


Scores are calculated as one point for a correct result and five points for a correct scoreline.

1. SPRINTS' Sam (19pts | Gameweek 9)
2. Flat Party's Nic (18pts | Gameweek 7)
3. SPRINTS' Jack (16pts | Gameweek 9)
4. SPRINTS' Karla (14pts | Gameweek 9)
5. Flat Party's Dylan (12pts | Gameweek 7)
6. Flat Party's Rory (10pts | Gameweek 7)
7. Tom Speight (9pts | Gameweek 2)
= Majestic & Beyond Chicago (9pts | Gameweek 3)
= Sea Girls' Andrew Dawson (9pts | Gameweek 8)
10. New Rules' Ryan Meaney (8pts | Gameweek 6)
= K.A.D (8pts | Gameweek 12)
12. Kid Kapichi's Jack Wilson (7pts | Gameweek 5)
13. Sainte (5pts | Gameweek 13)
14. Insincere (4pts | Gameweek 1)
= STONE (4pts | Gameweek 10)
= Slick Don (4pts | Gameweek 14)
17. Barry Can't Swim (3pts | Gameweek 4)
= Keen Roy (3pts | Gameweek 11)


Gameweek 1: Insincere 4-16 Sports Mole
Gameweek 2: Tom Speight 9-16 Sports Mole
Gameweek 3: Majestic & Beyond Chicago 9-9 Sports Mole
Gameweek 4: Barry Can't Swim 3-9 Sports Mole
Gameweek 5: Kid Kapichi's Jack Wilson 7-11 Sports Mole
Gameweek 6: New Rules' Ryan Meaney 8-10 Sports Mole
Gameweek 7: Flat Party's Rory, Nic & Dylan 10/18/12-3 Sports Mole
Gameweek 8: Sea Girls' Andrew Dawson 9-9 Sports Mole
Gameweek 9: SPRINTS' Jack, Same & Karla 16/19/14-16 Sports Mole
Gameweek 10: STONE 4-6 Sports Mole
Gameweek 11: Keen Roy 3-9 Sports Mole
Gameweek 12: K.A.D 8-8 Sports Mole
Gameweek 13: Sainte 5-2 Sports Mole
Gameweek 14: Slick Don 4-6 Sports Mole

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2Manchester CityMan City25175358263256
4Aston Villa26164656352152
5Tottenham HotspurSpurs25145652381447
6Manchester UnitedMan Utd26142103636044
7Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton2610974941839
8Newcastle UnitedNewcastle251141053411237
9West Ham UnitedWest Ham2510693644-836
11Wolverhampton WanderersWolves25105103940-135
14Crystal Palace2677123144-1328
16Nottingham ForestNott'm Forest2666143448-1424
18Luton TownLuton2555153551-1620
20Sheffield UnitedSheff Utd2534182265-4313

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