Predict the Premier League: Stoke stay top as Swansea slip to the bottom
It's been another hectic few weeks in the Barclays Premier League and we have three matchdays to get through, so without further ado let's get cracking.
The Easter period saw so many games being played in so many days, but let's start with Good Friday's game between Swansea City and Newcastle United. The Mags aimed to become only the third team to win at the Liberty Stadium and a brace from Papiss Cisse sealed the points for the visitors. Eleven pundits got the result right but nobody got the score spot on.
Tottenham hosted Spurs in the lunchtime kick-off that Saturday and they played out a goalless draw. Again, 12 pundits predicted a draw but none of them thought the defences would come out on top.
Struggling Bolton then entertained Fulham at the Reebok, but it turned out that Martin Jol's men would be doing all the entertaining. The visitors ran out 3-0 winners and nobody saw that coming, although five of us did get the outcome right.
Chelsea needed a helping hand from some dodgy refereeing against Wigan Athletic and ran out 2-1 winners. Every pundit who submitted their scores got the outcome correct but only five of them got the score bang on.
Aston Villa headed to Anfield looking to pour more misery on Kenny Dalglish's men and they left Merseyside with a point. Twelve pundits predicted a draw and eight of them went for a 1-1 score.
Norwich City and Everton played out a four-goal thriller at Carrow Road. Fourteen pundits tipped a draw with four of them getting the 2-2 score spot on.
West Brom put three past Blackburn Rovers without reply, a result that was predicted by 18 pundits and no-one came close to picking up maximum points from that.
Stoke were expected to wipe the floor with Wolves and Tony Pulis's men didn't disappoint, running out 2-1 winners. Five pundits picked up full points from that result, including four Experts.
Manchester United beat QPR 2-0 at Old Trafford, thanks in part to Ashley Young's first dive of the period. The majority of the pundits went for a home win and eight of those got the final score bang on.
Finally, Arsenal played Manchester City and ran out 1-0 winners at the Emirates. This game split the pundits but 14 of them went for a home win. Only two got the score bang on - Arsenal's Don McMahon and West Brom's Andy Wakeman.
Onto Easter Monday and Everton went goal crazy against Sunderland, knocking four past them without reply. Twenty pundits predicted a home win. No-one though came close to getting the score spot on.
Newcastle United continued their winning run against Bolton Wanderers, winning 2-0. A total of 31 pundits went for a home win with 12 of them going for 2-0.
Spurs played host to Norwich City and Redknapp's men were expected to be too strong for the Canaries. Wrong. Paul Lambert's men bust everyone's coupon by leaving White Hart Lane with maximum points.
Aston Villa and Stoke played out a 1-1 draw at Villa Park, which was predicted by 16 pundits, while Chelsea were also held to the same scoreline at Fulham - an outcome predicted by 10 pundits.
Liverpool ended their winless streak at Blackburn in an entertaining game at Ewood Park. Only 11 pundits went for an away win though and nobody got the 3-2 scoreline correct.
Manchester City put four past West Bromwich Albion - only Norwich City's Sue Read got that outcome bang on - while Wigan stunned everyone bar Arsenal's Don McMahon by beating Manchester United 1-0.
Arsenal put Wolves to bed early on at Molineux as they raced into a 3-0 lead. It was a result that was widely predicted and five pundits picked up maximum points for their stunning vision. QPR saw off Swansea City by the same scoreline but no-one got that forecast spot on.
There was a reduced matchday last weekend due to the FA Cup semi-finals but the games that were played were classics.
Manchester City put six past Norwich City to win 6-1. While the smart money was on an away win, no-one thought Tevez and co would go goal crazy. Sunderland and Wolves on the other hand played out a goalless draw. Only two pundits thought Wolves would get anything other than a thrashing.
Swansea dented Blackburn's survival hopes by beating them 3-0 at the Liberty - 18 pundits got that right - while West Brom beat QPR 1-0 at the Hawthorns. Eighteen pundits also went for a home win here but four of them got the scoreline on the nose.
Manchester United beat Aston Villa 4-0 at Old Trafford, thanks largely to another debatable penalty away involving Ashley Young. Only three pundits failed to pick up points in this one, although no-one managed maximum points.
Finally Wigan's shock win over Arsenal was another coupon-buster. Only Wigan's Alan Moore predicted it would finish 2-1 in their favour.
Here is how the overall table now currently stands.