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Premier League predictions gameweek 16: Alex Spencer vs. Sports Mole

Premier League predictions gameweek 16: Alex Spencer vs. Sports Mole
Sports Mole takes on Alex Spencer for a Premier League predictions challenge in gameweek 16 of the 2023-24 season.

The relentless December Premier League schedule keeps on coming this weekend as, fresh from a round of midweek fixtures, the teams get ready to do it all again over the weekend.

Liverpool get gameweek 16 underway at Crystal Palace in a match which could see them move top of the table - although that could only be for a few hours until current leaders Arsenal visit third-placed Aston Villa, who will be looking to back up their famous win over Manchester City with a 15th straight home victory.

Manchester United also feature on a stacked Saturday, before Chelsea and Man City both face away trips on a Sunday which also sees a London derby between Fulham and West Ham United.

Gameweek 16 then comes to a close in fitting fashion as Tottenham Hotspur look to halt their slide at home to Newcastle United.

Each gameweek, Sports Mole is taking on a famous musician or band in a prediction competition, and this week it is the turn of singer-songwriter and Manchester City fan Alex Spencer.



Crystal Palace vs. Liverpool

Saturday, 12.30pm

Eberechi Eze celebrates scoring for Crystal Palace on November 11, 2023© Reuters

Alex Spencer: Crystal Palace 0-2 Liverpool

Sports Mole: Crystal Palace 0-2 Liverpool



Brighton vs. Burnley

Saturday, 3pm

Brighton & Hove Albion's Jack Hinshelwood celebrates scoring their second goal on December 6, 2023© Reuters

Alex Spencer: Brighton 3-0 Burnley

Sports Mole: Brighton 2-0 Burnley



Wolves vs. Nott'm Forest

Saturday, 3pm

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

Alex Spencer: Wolves 1-0 Nott'm Forest

Sports Mole: Wolves 2-1 Nott'm Forest



Sheff Utd vs. Brentford

Saturday, 3pm

Sheffield United's Jayden Bogle, Anel Ahmedhodzic and Gustavo Hamer remonstrate to referee Simon Hooper on December 6, 2023© Reuters

Alex Spencer: Sheff Utd 1-3 Brentford

Sports Mole: Sheff Utd 0-1 Brentford



Man Utd vs. Bournemouth

Saturday, 3pm

Manchester United's Scott McTominay celebrates scoring their second goal on December 6, 2023© Reuters

Alex Spencer: Man Utd 2-1 Bournemouth

Sports Mole: Man Utd 2-1 Bournemouth



Aston Villa vs. Arsenal

Saturday, 5.30pm

Aston Villa's Leon Bailey celebrates scoring their first goal on December 6, 2023© Reuters

Alex Spencer: Aston Villa 2-2 Arsenal

Sports Mole: Aston Villa 2-2 Arsenal



Everton vs. Chelsea

Sunday, 2pm

Everton's Dwight McNeil celebrates scoring against Newcastle United on December 7, 2023© Reuters

Alex Spencer: Everton 1-0 Chelsea

Sports Mole: Everton 1-1 Chelsea



Luton vs. Man City

Sunday, 2pm

Luton Town's Gabriel Osho celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates on December 5, 2023© Reuters

Alex Spencer: Luton 0-4 Man City

Sports Mole: Luton 0-3 Man City



Fulham vs. West Ham

Sunday, 2pm

Fulham's Alex Iwobi celebrates scoring their first goal with Raul Jimenez on December 6, 2023© Reuters

Alex Spencer: Fulham 2-2 West Ham

Sports Mole: Fulham 1-2 West Ham



Spurs vs. Newcastle

Sunday, 4.30pm

Tottenham Hotspur's Richarlison reacts after West Ham United's James Ward-Prowse scores their second goal on December 7, 2023© Reuters

Alex Spencer: Spurs 3-2 Newcastle

Sports Mole: Spurs 2-1 Newcastle



Alex Spencer Q&A

Alex Spencer press shot

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

My dad has been a massive Manchester City fan since the 1980s so I guess I was automatically born as a Man City fan. My first memory with Manchester City was going to my first game at the Etihad against Wolves in 2011 - I was four years old and we won!

My favourite City memory was probably the comeback against Aston Villa when we won 3-2 and we won the Premier League, or when me and my brother performed two Manchester classics for the City players when we won the league in 2022 - it was one of the greatest days of my life.

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

Sergio Aguero, David Silva, Jack Grealish, Rodri and Ruben Dias.

What's going on for you as an artist at the moment?

I signed a record deal with Modern Sky in the new year and since then I've been writing, gigging and releasing music.

I've just released my debut EP which has gone amazing, I supported Jamie Webster at the 02 Victoria Warehouse in Manchester and I played my first ever sold-out Manchester headliner at the Deaf Institute. I have a lot more planned for 2024!

Check out Alex Spencer's latest track, 'One Step Forward', available on all digital streaming platforms now.

You can follow Alex Spencer on Instagram, and X (formerly known as Twitter).



2023-24 SEASON LEADERBOARD (ARTISTS)

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)
= The Blinders' Charlie McGough (4pts | Gameweek 15)
18. Barry Can't Swim (3pts | Gameweek 4)
= Keen Roy (3pts | Gameweek 11)



2023-24 COMPETITION HISTORY

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
Gameweek 15: The Blinders' Charlie McGough 4-4 Sports Mole


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TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Liverpool26186263253860
2Manchester CityMan City25175358263256
3Arsenal25174458223655
4Aston Villa25154652331949
5Tottenham HotspurSpurs25145652381447
6Manchester UnitedMan Utd2514293534144
7Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton2510874840838
8Newcastle UnitedNewcastle251141053411237
9West Ham UnitedWest Ham2510693644-836
10Chelsea25105104241135
11Wolverhampton WanderersWolves25105103940-135
12Fulham2585123441-729
13Bournemouth2477103346-1328
14Brentford2574143544-925
15Crystal Palace2567122844-1625
16Nottingham ForestNott'm Forest2566133244-1224
17Everton2586112733-620
18Luton TownLuton2555153551-1620
19Burnley2534182555-3013
20Sheffield UnitedSheff Utd2534182265-4313

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