BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson is pitting his wits against a different guest each week this season.
His opponent for the latest round of Premier League games is England Ashes hero Steve Harmison.
The 34-year-old Durham bowler played in three Ashes series and will be remembered by many for his slow-ball yorker that flummoxed key Australia batsman Michael Clarke on day three of the second Test in 2005 which England went on to win.
Harmison is a huge Newcastle United fan, and as a result of his Ashes heroics of eight years ago was given a 'ticket for life' at St James' Park.
You can see all of "Harmy's" predictions on
at 12:15 BST on BBC One and this website in the UK.
Man City v West Ham
Everton v Fulham
Southampton v West Brom
Stoke v Norwich
Wigan v Tottenham
Newcastle v Liverpool
Reading v QPR
Chelsea v Swansea
Arsenal v Man Utd
Aston Villa v Sunderland
A correct result is worth
point, while a correct score earns
Last week, Lawro got four results right, including two perfect scores. His score of eight saw him draw with six-time Paralympic champion David Weir, who also got four correct results, with two perfect scores.
Premier League total scores after week 33
All kick-offs at 15:00 BST unless otherwise stated.
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