B/R Experts Predict Weekend's Big Matches: Arsenal Face Man City Fears

Alex Dimond@alexdimondUK Lead WriterMarch 28, 2014

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 14:  Yaya Toure of Manchester City is closed down by Mathieu Flamini and Bacary Sagna of Arsenal  during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester City and Arsenal at Etihad Stadium on December 14, 2013 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)
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We asked five of Bleacher Report's world football experts to give us their predictions for this weekend's big matches around Europe.

The predictions are below, and you will be able to chart their success—or lack thereof—for the rest of the season on our weekly scoreboard.

Post your picks on Twitter and include @br_uk. Anyone who gets five correct scorelines will get a Bleacher Report goody bag.

The last set of picks can be seen here

B/R Expert Picks
(one pt for correct result; three pts for correct scoreline)

GamesDimond
Alex
Dimond
Matchett
Karl
Matchett
Tighe
Sam
Tighe
Tidey
Will
Tidey
Cummings
Michael
Cummings
Arsenal vs. Man City
(Sat 5:30 p.m. GMT)
Man City
2-0
2-2Man City
2-1
Arsenal
2-1
Man City
3-1
Liverpool vs. Spurs
(Sun 4 p.m. GMT)
2-2Liverpool
4-2
Liverpool
3-1
Liverpool
3-0
Liverpool
4-2
Ath. Bilbao vs. Atl. Madrid
(Sat 7 p.m. GMT)
Bilbao
2-1
1-1Madrid
2-1
Madrid
3-1
1-1
Stuttgart vs. Dortmund
(Sat 2:30 p.m. GMT)
2-2Dortmund
2-1
Dortmund
3-1
Dortmund
2-0
Dortmund
2-1
Napoli vs. Juventus
(Sun 7:45 p.m. GMT)
Juventus
2-1
Juventus
2-1
1-1Napoli
1-0
1-1
Lyon vs. St Etienne
(Sun 8 p.m. GMT)
1-1Lyon
2-0
1-1Lyon
2-0
1-1
Current Overall Points
7680778272

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