New Year's Day Super 6

We have predictions for the selected matches in the Soccer Saturday Super 6 game on New Year's Day.

Last Updated: 01/01/14 at 15:04 Post Comment

Newcastle: Can beat West Brom 2-1

Newcastle: Can beat West Brom 2-1

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Arsenal 2 Cardiff 0 The Gunners will take the win with ease at the Emirates.

Fulham 1 West Ham 1 Both struggling sides will have to settle for a point.

Liverpool 2 Hull 1 The Reds need to return to winning ways and can do just that.

Southampton 1 Chelsea 1 One of the more interesting matches of the day will end in a draw.

Stoke 1 Everton 1 The Potters will be happy to be back home after away defeats.

West Brom 1 Newcastle 2 The Magpies have the quality to continue West Brom's poor run.


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