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Winning start for Marsch at Leeds; Liverpool edge classic; Man City win derby

Leeds will get a winning start under new boss Jesse Marsch, Liverpool will edge a classic against West Ham, while this week’s Premier League Predictions sees Manchester derby glory for City against United and a Tottenham win over Frank Lampard’s Everton.

Each week our writers take on a different band or artist by making their predictions, while you can join in the fun using the story comment facility (below) or Your Say forum.

The latest artist to try his luck is frontman David Lightfoot from the band The Fades. You can check out their music right here.

But can the big Chelsea fan celebrate by getting one over our man Rob.

Last time out Ethan from the band Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard was in the hotseat. You can check out how they both got on right here.

Premier League Predictions – Matchday 28

Leicester v Leeds (Saturday, 12.30)

David: 2-3

Rob: 2-1

Aston Villa v Southampton (Saturday, 3pm)

David: 1-2

Rob: 2-2

Burnley v Chelsea (Saturday, 3pm)

David: 0-1

Rob: 1-1

Newcastle v Brighton (Saturday, 3pm)

David: 2-2

Rob: 2-1

Norwich v Brentford (Saturday, 3pm)

David: 0-0

Rob: 1-1

Wolves v Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3pm)

David: 1-0

Rob: 2-0

Liverpool v West Ham (Saturday, 5.30pm)

David: 3-1

Rob: 3-2

Watford v Arsenal (Sunday, 2pm)

David: 1-3

Rob: 2-1

Manchester City v Manchester United (Sunday, 4.30pm)

David: 2-1

Rob: 3-1

Tottenham v Everton (Monday, 8pm)

David: 3-0

Rob: 2-1

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

David: My Dad is a huge Chelsea fan, so my brother and I were born into it. My parents used to take us to the Bridge and the fans would pass us over their heads down to the front so we could see better.  I think the first match I can just about remember is losing 4-1 to Graham Taylor’s Watford…….

Favourite memories – a lot to choose from, it’s been pretty good for a longtime Chelsea fan over the last ten years.

Drogba’s 88th-minute equaliser and winning penalty to secure the Champions League will always be burned into memory. I remember being in the pub with my mates and it absolutely went off, pints flying everywhere. I’ll also never forget when we won the…

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