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Premier League predictions gameweek 36: DAYTIME TV vs. Sports Mole

:Headline: Premier League predictions gameweek 36: DAYTIME TV vs. Sports Mole:
Sports Mole takes on DAYTIME TV singer, and Liverpool fan, Will Irvine for a Premier League predictions challenge in gameweek 36 of the 2023-24 season.
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Just three matchdays remain for the majority of the clubs in the Premier League this season, making each and every game potentially pivotal when it comes to achieving their respective goals for the campaign.

Gameweek 36 promises to be another key one at both ends of the table, and Saturday in particular could be crucial with both title contenders and two of the relegation candidates in action.

The title race bookends the day, with Arsenal kicking things off at home to Bournemouth in the early game, before Manchester City welcome Wolverhampton Wanderers in the late fixture.

The relegation picture could have changed before Saturday, with Luton Town hosting Everton on Friday night knowing that a win would lift them out of the bottom three ahead of Burnley's game against Newcastle United and Nottingham Forest's trip to Sheffield United on Saturday.

Attention will then turn to the top-four battle on Sunday as Aston Villa vist Brighton & Hove Albion before Tottenham Hotspur take on an out-of-form Liverpool side at Anfield.

Chelsea also face West Ham United in a London derby on Sunday - one of two capital derbies this weekend with Brentford hosting Fulham on Saturday - before Crystal Palace welcome Manchester United on Monday night to bring an end to the weekend's action.

Each gameweek, Sports Mole is taking on a famous musician or band in a prediction competition, and this week it is the turn of DAYTIME TV singer, and Liverpool fan, Will Irvine.

Luton vs. Everton

Friday, 8pm

Will: Luton 2-2 Everton

Sports Mole: Luton 2-1 Everton

Arsenal vs. Bournemouth

Saturday, 12.30pm

Will: Arsenal 3-2 Bournemouth

Sports Mole: Arsenal 3-1 Bournemouth

Brentford vs. Fulham

Saturday, 3pm

Will: Brentford 2-1 Fulham

Sports Mole: Brentford 1-1 Fulham

Burnley vs. Newcastle

Saturday, 3pm

Will: Burnley 1-1 Newcastle

Sports Mole: Burnley 1-3 Newcastle

Sheff Utd vs. Nott'm Forest

Saturday, 3pm

Will: Sheff Utd 0-3 Nott'm Forest

Sports Mole: Sheff Utd 1-3 Nott'm Forest

Man City vs. Wolves

Saturday, 5.30pm

Will: Man City 4-2 Wolves

Sports Mole: Man City 3-1 Wolves

Brighton vs. Aston Villa

Sunday, 2pm

Will: Brighton 1-2 Aston Villa

Sports Mole: Brighton 0-1 Aston Villa

Chelsea vs. West Ham

Sunday, 2pm

Will: Chelsea 2-0 West Ham

Sports Mole: Chelsea 2-1 West Ham

Liverpool vs. Spurs

Sunday, 4.30pm

Will: Liverpool 4-3 Spurs

Sports Mole: Liverpool 3-1 Spurs

Crystal Palace vs. Man Utd

Monday, 8pm

Will: Crystal Palace 1-1 Man Utd

Sports Mole: Crystal Palace 1-1 Man United

Will Irvine Q&A

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

I was about 12 when I first started watching Liverpool with my cousin who's mad for it. I got hooked pretty instantly. We were doing pretty badly when I started supporting so it's been epic building up to winning the Premier League and Champions League with Klopp (yes, I will be ugly crying the day he leaves).

My favourite memory, except the trophies and the recent good times, is anything Kolo Toure ever did.

Who have been your favourite five players for your club?

Kolo Toure, Philippe Coutinho, Martin Skrtel, Bobby Firmino, Alisson Becker. Icons.

What's going on with the band at the moment?

We've had a pretty epic time recently supporting some bigger bands like Kaiser Chiefs, Two Door Cinema Club, The Amazons on the road. Everything makes sense when we play live. The rest of life feels like we're just waiting to go do that again. Either that or desperately trying to rig up a TV in a dressing room somewhere to watch the game.

We're just about to release our new EP 'Island' which feels like a huge moment for us. We poured blood, sweat and tears into these songs so we're buzzing for the world to hear them. We'll be hitting up some festivals in summer and then touring more later in the year. Be sure to come get amongst it!

Check out DAYTIME TV's new EP 'Island', available on all digital streaming platforms now.

You can follow DAYTIME TV on Instagram and X (formerly known as Twitter).


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)
= Joshua Grant (16pts | Gameweek 30)
5. SPRINTS' Karla (14pts | Gameweek 9)
= Noah and the Loners' Noah Riley (14pts | Gameweek 20)
7. Palace's Leo Wyndham (13pts | Gameweek 24)
= Nathan Evans (13pts | Gameweek 28)
9. Flat Party's Dylan (12pts | Gameweek 7)
10. Swim Deep's Cavan McCarthy (11pts | Gameweek 33)
11. Flat Party's Rory (10pts | Gameweek 7)
= Master Peace (10pts | Gameweek 23)
13. Tom Speight (9pts | Gameweek 2)
= Majestic & Beyond Chicago (9pts | Gameweek 3)
= Sea Girls' Andrew Dawson (9pts | Gameweek 8)
16. New Rules' Ryan Meaney (8pts | Gameweek 6)
= K.A.D (8pts | Gameweek 12)
= Solar Eyes (8pts | Gameweek 25)
19. Kid Kapichi's Jack Wilson (7pts | Gameweek 5)
= Feeder's Taka Hirose (7pts | Gameweek 18)
= Fat White Family's Lias Saoudi (7pts | Gameweek 21)
= One True Pairing (7pts | Gameweek 29)
= Spinn's Louis O'Reilly (7pts | Gameweek 34) *
24. Ed Cosens (6pts | Gameweek 22)
= Only The Poets (6pts | Gameweek 27)
26. Sainte (5pts | Gameweek 13)
27. Insincere (4pts | Gameweek 1)
= STONE (4pts | Gameweek 10)
= Slick Don (4pts | Gameweek 14)
= The Blinders' Charlie McGough (4pts | Gameweek 15)
= Alex Spencer (4pts | Gameweek 16)
= Chiedu Oraka (4pts | Gameweek 26) *
= Corella's Joel Smith (4pts | Gameweek 32)
34. Barry Can't Swim (3pts | Gameweek 4)
= Keen Roy (3pts | Gameweek 11)
= The Mysterines' Paul Crilly (3pts | Gameweek 31)
= Public Order's Elis Lloyd Jones (3pts | Gameweek 29) *
= A Certain Ratio's Martin Moscrop (3pts | Gameweek 35)
39. Bill Ryder-Jones (2pts | Gameweek 19)

* = Gameweek with reduced number of fixtures


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
Gameweek 16: Alex Spencer 4-3 Sports Mole
Gameweek 17: N/A
Gameweek 18: Feeder's Taka Hirose 7-9 Sports Mole
Gameweek 19: Bill Ryder-Jones 2-7 Sports Mole
Gameweek 20: Noah and the Loners' Noah Riley 14-5 Sports Mole
Gameweek 21: Fat White Family's Lias Saoudi 7-10 Sports Mole
Gameweek 22: Ed Cosens 6-4 Sports Mole
Gameweek 23: Master Peace 10-12 Sports Mole
Gameweek 24: Palace's Leo Wyndham 13-11 Sports Mole
Gameweek 25: Solar Eyes 8-9 Sports Mole
Gameweek 26: Chiedu Oraka 4-5 Sports Mole *
Gameweek 27: Only The Poets 6-8 Sports Mole
Gameweek 28: Nathan Evans 13-2 Sports Mole
Gameweek 29: One True Pairing 7-3 Sports Mole *
Gameweek 30: Joshua Grant 16-10 Sports Mole
Gameweek 31: The Mysterines' Paul Crilly 3-9 Sports Mole
Gameweek 32: Corella's Joel Smith 4-7 Sports Mole
Gameweek 33: Swim Deep's Cavan McCarthy 11-14 Sports Mole
Gameweek 34: Spinn's Louis O'Reilly 7-5 Sports Mole *
Midweek fixtures: Public Order's Elis Lloyd-Jones 3-3 Sports Mole *
Gameweek 35: A Certain Ratio's Martin Moscrop 3-14 Sports Mole

* = Gameweek with reduced number of fixtures

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CManchester CityMan City38287396346291
4Aston Villa382081076611568
5Tottenham HotspurSpurs382061274611366
7Newcastle UnitedNewcastle381861485622360
8Manchester UnitedMan Utd38186145758-160
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14Wolverhampton WanderersWolves38137185065-1546
17Nottingham ForestNott'm Forest3899204967-1832
RLuton TownLuton3868245285-3326
RSheffield UnitedSheff Utd38372835104-6916
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