Predicta with Torbay Weekly
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Torquay United travel to Boreham Wood in the FA Trophy this weekend and another tricky game to gauge in the Torbay Weekly Predicta competition.
As well as the Gulls at the Wood, we have four games from the Premier League and a League One cracker.
Starting with the third tier, an exciting Crewe side will make the long trip to a Plymouth Argyle outfit enjoying a decent campaign of their own.
Sam Allardyce faces his first major West Midlands derby as West Brom boss and the Baggies desperately need to start finding points in the fight against relegation. Wolves, however, are capable of beating anyone on their day.
West Ham toiled their way to an FA Cup victory at Stockport, while Burnley needed penalties to overcome League One MK Dons, so two teams that will be relieved to return to Premier League duty.
Chelsea travel to Fulham for a London derby and Frank Lampard’s side badly need some momentum in the league.
Our final game sees the highly-impressive duo of Leicester and Southampton going head-to-head.
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WOLVES v WEST BROMWICH ALBION – Wolves win 3-0
Allardyce must know the home truth already and Wolves will finally cash in with goals against their local rivals.
WEST HAM UTD v BURNLEY – West Ham win 3-1
The Hammers will have too much for improved Burnley, especially if Dyche’s men have to chase the game.
FULHAM v CHELSEA – Chelsea win 3-0
No fans, but no love lost, and hot and cold Chelsea will cruise to victory in this London derby.
LEICESTER CITY v SOUTHAMPTON – Leicester win 2-0
An intriguing match, but flying Leicester are starting to fancy themselves for at least a Champions League spot.
PLYMOUTH v CREWE - A draw 2-2
Both teams in good form, and Argyle have enough to hold off attack-minded Crewe on their own patch.
BOREHAM WOOD v TORQUAY UNITED – A draw 1-1 (90mins)
Changes possible for this Trophy tie, but they know each other well and 90mins might not be enough to settle it.
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