I hate to give him any credit but Harry Redknapp is set on Monday night for a possible 8 correct match predictions this weekend.

Before this weekend’s fixtures kicked off, the unemployed manager gave his view on every match.

As you can see, he got the first one wrong when he thought Chelsea would turn over Everton.

However, after that he has been almost faultless, correctly predicting four home wins, two away ones and one draw. Only Watford beating Swansea putting a spanner in the works.

Will his West Ham v Newcastle prediction make it eight out of his last nine?

Harry Redknapp writing on Kicca:

‘Here are my predictions for this weekend’s Premier League matches…

I fancy Chelsea to beat Everton in today’s early game, they need a win and I think they will just about get one, but it will be tough.

Arsenal’s home form hasn’t been great but I think they’ll have too much for Stoke so can’t see past a win for them.

You couldn’t bet against Man City at the moment, they’re flying, so I can see them going to Palace today and winning.

I want Bournemouth to win but I think it could be tough for them today, I’ve got a feeling Norwich will beat them but I hope I’m wrong!

Watford at home to Swansea is a hard one to call. Swansea are going really well but I see another draw for Watford.

West Brom need a result, it’s another hard one to call for them today but I’d bet the draw for their match against Southampton.

I think Man United will beat Liverpool tonight – De Gea staying will be a massive boost for the whole club, he makes a big difference.

I don’t like the look of Sunderland, they’re really struggling so I think Tottenham will go there and win.

Leicester are going well at home, they’ve got a lot of pace and are a dangerous team. I’d go with them to beat Aston Villa.

I can only see a West Ham win against Newcastle. Monday night, Upton Park, good atmosphere.’

Let’s hope Harry Redknapp ends his predictions in the same manner on Monday night as he started them on Saturday lunchtime.

(***Thanks to those who pointed out our original mistake, having Watford down as a draw, rather than their win over Swansea.)