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Premier League predictions gameweek 25: Solar Eyes vs. Sports Mole

Premier League predictions gameweek 25: Solar Eyes vs. Sports Mole

Sports Mole takes on Solar Eyes for a Premier League predictions challenge in gameweek 25 of the 2023-24 season.

After serving up an instant Premier League classic in the reverse fixture, Manchester City and Chelsea meet again in the headline fixture of gameweek 25.

That heavyweight showdown concludes a busy Saturday which sees seven matches, beginning with leaders Liverpool making the trip to face Brentford.

Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur also feature on what promises to be another pivotal day in the title race, while on Sunday Manchester United visit Luton Town.

Gameweek 25 then comes to an end on Monday night when Everton take on Crystal Palace at Goodison Park.

Each gameweek, Sports Mole is taking on a famous musician or band in a prediction competition, and this week it is the turn of Solar Eyes.


Brentford vs. Liverpool

Saturday, 12.30pm

Brentford's Christian Norgaard celebrates scoring against Wolverhampton Wanderers on February 10, 2024© Reuters

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Solar Eyes: Brentford 1-4 Liverpool

Sports Mole: Brentford 1-3 Liverpool


Burnley vs. Arsenal

Saturday, 3pm

Burnley's David Datro Fofana, Sander Berge, Wilson Odobert and teammates celebrate after the matchon February 2, 2024© Reuters

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Solar Eyes: Burnley 0-3 Arsenal

Sports Mole: Burnley 0-3 Arsenal


Fulham vs. Aston Villa

Saturday, 3pm

Fulham's Rodrigo Muniz celebrates scoring with Antonee Robinson and Willian on February 10, 2024© Reuters

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Solar Eyes: Fulham 2-1 Aston Villa

Sports Mole: Fulham 1-2 Aston Villa


Newcastle vs. Bournemouth

Saturday, 3pm

Newcastle United's Bruno Guimaraes celebrates scoring against Nottingham Forest on February 10, 2024© Reuters

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Solar Eyes: Newcastle 3-1 Bournemouth

Sports Mole: Newcastle 3-2 Bournemouth


Nott’m Forest vs. West Ham

Saturday, 3pm

Nottingham Forest's Callum Hudson-Odoi celebrates scoring against Newcastle United on February 10, 2024© Reuters

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Solar Eyes: Nott’m Forest 2-2 West Ham

Sports Mole: Nott’m Forest 2-2 West Ham


Spurs vs. Wolves

Saturday, 3pm

Tottenham Hotspur's Brennan Johnson celebrates scoring their second goal on February 10, 2024© Reuters

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Solar Eyes: Spurs 3-1 Wolves

Sports Mole: Spurs 2-0 Wolves


Man City vs. Chelsea

Saturday, 5.30pm

Manchester City's Phil Foden celebrates scoring their third goal on February 13, 2024© Reuters

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Solar Eyes: Man City 3-1 Chelsea

Sports Mole: Man City 3-1 Chelsea


Sheff Utd vs. Brighton

Sunday, 2pm

Sheffield United's Cameron Archer celebrates scoring against Luton Town on February 10, 2024© Reuters

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Solar Eyes: Sheff Utd 1-2 Brighton

Sports Mole: Sheff Utd 1-2 Brighton


Luton vs. Man Utd

Sunday, 4.30pm

Luton Town's Elijah Adebayo celebrates scoring their third goal with Carlton Morris and Ross Barkley Action on January 30, 2024© Reuters

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Solar Eyes: Luton 2-4 Man Utd

Sports Mole: Luton 1-3 Man Utd


Everton vs. Crystal Palace

Monday, 8pm

Everton's Dominic Calvert-Lewin celebrates scoring their first goal on February 3, 2024© Reuters

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Solar Eyes: Everton 2-1 Crystal Palace

Sports Mole: Everton 1-0 Crystal Palace


Solar Eyes Q&A

Solar Eyes press shot

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

I had no choice. I’m from South Birmingham, which is a Birmingham City stronghold. My mum is a die-hard Birmingham City fan, so much so in the 90s she formed the Blues Action Group to keep the club alive, as we were under the ownership of the Kumar Brothers.

She even got a call from the receivers saying: “The club has been sold to a woman”. The woman turned out to be Karren Brady. I went my first game when I was two weeks old or something, mum says we drew 0-0, which sounds about right.

I think the times under Barry Fry were my favourite memories – we were in the third tier, had 73 players, but it seemed fun. I was only a kid but I only missed one game all season. Home and away we went.

Ricky Otto – was signed, he’d done a stint in jail for armed robbery, was awful for us. Steve Claridge, Paul Tait, Liam Daish, Mark Ward. Proper.

Who have been your favourite five players for your club? (Historically or currently)

So Lukas Jutkiewicz as he’s my mate as well! But joking aside, he has been our talisman through some very tough times.

Jose Dominguez – little Portuguese lad, who was a maverick. Paul Tait – for the T-shit and being nuts. Christophe Dugarry – kept us up in the 2002-03 season. Wonderful player. Barry Ferguson – was different class, midfield maestro.

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

So, we’re just putting our debut album out – Feb 16th! Our latest single ‘Let’s Run Away’ has been on Match of the Day, Sky Sports, ITV Racing and even played at Juventus’ last home game, which is mental.

Then it’s a case of playing as many shows as possible. We have a big album launch party at the Hare and Hounds in Kings Heath on Feb 16 as well.

Check out ‘Let’s Run Away’, the latest release from Solar Eyes, available on all digital streaming platforms now.

You can follow Solar Eyes on Instagram and X (formerly known as Twitter).


2023-24 SEASON LEADERBOARD (ARTISTS)

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)
4. SPRINTS’ Karla (14pts | Gameweek 9)
= Noah and the Loners’ Noah Riley (14pts | Gameweek 20)
6. Palace’s Leo Wyndham (13pts | Gameweek 24)
7. Flat Party’s Dylan (12pts | Gameweek 7)
8. Flat Party’s Rory (10pts | Gameweek 7)
= Master Peace (10pts | Gameweek 23)
10. Tom Speight (9pts | Gameweek 2)
= Majestic & Beyond Chicago (9pts | Gameweek 3)
= Sea Girls’ Andrew Dawson (9pts | Gameweek 8)
13. New Rules’ Ryan Meaney (8pts | Gameweek 6)
= K.A.D (8pts | Gameweek 12)
15. Kid Kapichi’s Jack Wilson (7pts | Gameweek 5)
= Feeder’s Taka Hirose (7pts | Gameweek 18)
= Fat White Family’s Lias Saoudi (7pts | Gameweek 21)
18. Ed Cosens (6pts | Gameweek 22)
19. Sainte (5pts | Gameweek 13)
20. 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)
25. Barry Can’t Swim (3pts | Gameweek 4)
= Keen Roy (3pts | Gameweek 11)
27. Bill Ryder-Jones (2pts | Gameweek 19)


2023-24 COMPETITION HISTORY

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


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