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Poll: Which EPL Game This Weekend Will Feature A Shock Win?

It should be a very interesting weekend in the Premier League. Be sure to catch the matches live in the EPL Talk Chat all weekend long, hosted by Johnathan Starling.

Aston Villa to beat Chelsea? Hull to beat Spurs? Blackburn to beat Man United or Man City to beat Liverpool?

Which match will most likely feature the shock win this weekend?
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5 Responses to Poll: Which EPL Game This Weekend Will Feature A Shock Win?

  1. Teams that played poorly midweek are ripe for an upset….Chelsea Spurs and Everton could be done over by Villa, Hull and Newcastle
    My big tip of the weekend is Newcastle to win

    Pompey and Man City look vulnerable as well

  2. Alex Z says:

    Vila and Hull will both win. Mark my words – Villa is finishing top 4 this season.

  3. Burt Reynolds says:

    I don't think Villa's going to end Chelsea's home undefeated streak.

  4. The Arse says:

    Why would that be a shock win if Hull beat Tottenham?

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