Predicta weekend is a big one for the Gulls

Plainmoor’s Torbay Weekly Stand

Plainmoor’s Torbay Weekly Stand - Credit: Archant

Torquay United are looking forward to a huge weekend of football in the National League. 
Our predicta competition takes in three games that will have major significance at the top end of the division currently led by Gary Johnson’s Gulls, who host a dangerous Hartlepool. 
Sutton at home to Wrexham is a meeting between two serious contenders, while Stockport will be favourites to continue their push at Weymouth. 
Our European game takes us to the Bundesliga and traditionally the biggest tie in German football, as the all-conquering Bayern Munich take on Borussia Dortmund. 
We also have two games from the Premier League and away games at clubs like Burnley have often be a weakness for Arsenal, but the Gunners are definitely improving. 
It is then a Midlands derby at Villa Park, where the hosts look a good side and Wolves are missing a talisman. 
Can you beat our chief sportswriter Dave Thomas? 
BURNLEY v ARSENAL - Gunners win 2-0 
Arsenal were seriously impressive at Leicester last weekend - anything like that will be too good for wobbling Burnley. 
ASTON VILLA v WOLVES -  Wolves win 2-1 
You never know with Villa, but Wolves have now weathered the loss of Jiminez and can edge this Midlands derby. 
BAYERN MUNICH v BORUSSIA DORTMUND - Bayern win 3-1 
The brilliant Haaland aside, it's been a poor season by Dortmund standards, and Bayern will get to them eventually. 
TORQUAY UNITED v HARTLEPOOL UNITED - A draw 2-2 
The Gulls' 5-0 win at Pools is no guide, with defensive injuries a concern, but they can at least to draw a huge game. 
WEYMOUTH v STOCKPORT COUNTY - County win 3-1 
Weymouth tougher than position suggests, but County clicking under new management and won't slip up. 
SUTTON UNITED v WREXHAM - A draw 2-2 
A potential belter - improving Wrexham will make Sutton, who also hosted local rivals Bromley this midweek, sweat. 
To play our predicta competition, simply visit www.torbayweekly.co.uk, search for the Predicta in our sport section and login to play, or sign up as a new player.