Lawro's predictions

BBC Sport expert Mark Lawrenson

This season, BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson will pit his wits against a new guest each week.

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Football Focus predictions with Hard-Fi's Richard Archer

This week is the turn of Richard Archer, lead singer and frontman of Brit band Hard-Fi, to predict the scores for the latest round of Premier League matches.

Brentford fan Archer believes Cash Machine Man City will be Living for the Weekend against Wigan, Sunderland will be Good for Nothing versus Chelsea and Newcastle, without a defeat so far this season, will remain Hard to Beat in their match at QPR.

This week's predictionsScoreLawroRichard Archer
Arsenal v Swansea1-02-02-0
Bolton v Man Utd0-51-20-2
Everton v Aston Villa2-22-11-1
Fulham v Blackburn1-12-01-0
Man City v Wigan3-03-03-0
Norwich v West Brom0-12-10-0
QPR v Newcastle0-02-10-1
Stoke v Liverpool1-01-11-2
Sunderland v Chelsea1-21-10-2
Wolves v Tottenham0-22-11-2

A correct result is worth ONE point, a correct score earns THREE points.

Last week, Lawro got seven results right but no perfect scores, meaning he was beaten by Shaun Edwards, the Wales rugby union defence coach, who scored 11 points, predicting all but one result correctly.

(Predictions leaderboard at the bottom of the page)

LAWRO'S PREDICTIONS

SATURDAY

All kick-offs 1500 BST unless stated

Arsenal 1-0 Swansea

Prediction: 2-0

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Everton 2-2 Aston Villa

Prediction: 2-1

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Man City 3-0 Wigan

Prediction: 3-0

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Stoke 1-0 Liverpool

Prediction: 1-1

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Sunderland 1-2 Chelsea

Prediction: 1-1

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Wolverhampton 0-2 Tottenham

Prediction: 2-1

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Bolton 0-5 Man Utd

Prediction: 1-2

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SUNDAY

Norwich 0-1 West Brom

Prediction: 2-1

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Fulham 1-1 Blackburn

Prediction: 2-0

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MONDAY

QPR 0-0 Newcastle

Prediction: 2-1

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LeaderboardScore
Shaun Edwards11
Mark Lawrenson (average)6
Jimmy Anderson4
Samuel L Jackson2

Lawro's best score: seven points (week three)

Make your own predictions to see how the Premier League will look after this weekend.

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