Lawro's predictions

BBC Sport expert Mark Lawrenson

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Football Focus predictions with James Anderson

Lawro's predictions

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

This week was the turn of England cricketer and Burnley fan Jimmy Anderson to predict the scores for the latest round of Premier League matches.

Fast bowler Anderson, part of the England side currently in action against India in the final Test at the Oval, has tipped Manchester United to stumble on a sticky wicket against Tottenham, but feels Manchester City will continue their winning start to the season at Bolton.

This week's predictionsScoreLawroJimmy Anderson
Arsenal v Liverpool0-21-12-2
Aston Villa v Blackburn3-12-02-0
Bolton v Man City2-31-20-2
Chelsea v West Brom2-12-04-0
Everton v QPR0-12-01-1
Man Utd v Tottenham3-02-11-2
Norwich v Stoke1-12-11-0
Sunderland v Newcastle0-11-12-1
Swansea v Wigan0-02-11-1
Wolves v Fulham2-02-11-2

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

Last week, Lawro got three results right, including one perfect score, meaning his five points beat Pulp Fiction actor Samuel L Jackson [2] by three points. Their totals will be updated when the postponed game between Tottenham and Everton is played.

LAWRO'S PREDICTIONS

(Kick-offs at 1500 BST unless stated)

SATURDAY

Sunderland 0-1 Newcastle

Prediction: 1-1

Match report

Arsenal 0-2 Liverpool

Prediction: 1-1

Match report

Aston Villa 3-1 Blackburn

Prediction: 2-0

Match report

Everton 0-1 QPR

Prediction: 2-0

Match report

Swansea 0-0 Wigan

Prediction: 2-1

Match report

Chelsea 2-1 West Brom

Prediction: 2-0

Match report

SUNDAY

Norwich 1-1 Stoke

Prediction: 2-1

Match report

Wolves 2-0 Fulham

Prediction: 2-1

Match report

Bolton 2-3 Man City

Prediction: 1-2

Match report

MONDAY

Man Utd 3-0 Tottenham

Prediction: 2-1

Match report

Lawro was talking to BBC Sport's Chris Bevan

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

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