GOLDEN's Scottish striker Lee Bullen takes centre stage today in Premier Soccer's Tipping Winners column. One point is awarded for the correct result (home win, draw or away win) and three points for an exact scoreline. Here are Lee's predictions for this weekend's Premiership programme: Arsenal 2 Leeds 0: Can't see it being a happy return to Highbury for George Graham; Ian Wright will spoil his 'homecoming'. Chelsea 2 Spurs 1: Fancy Chelsea to bounce back from their defeat against Wimbledon. Coventry 1 Sheff Weds 0: A good away draw at Arsenal should have given Coventry a bit of confidence. Leicester 1 Newcastle 3: No stopping Newcastle just now; their confidence must be sky-high. M'Boro 0 Wimbledon 1: Boro's defence is weak and will let them down again. Soton 1 Man Utd 1: A sticky away game for United, who, nevertheless, have too many good players to let one bad result completely knock them out of their stride. Sunderland 0 Villa 2: Should be an entertaining match with Villa getting a couple of breaks to win it. West Ham 1 Blackburn 1: West Ham have some fantastic players but Blackburn are fighting hard and could pick up another point. Liverpool 2 Derby 0: With Fowler back in league action, Liverpool will have too much flair as McManaman and Berger run at the Derby defence. Forest 0 Everton 0: A dull game with little goal-mouth action. Last week, Uhlsport-Rangers goalkeeper Peter Guthrie predicted five correct results for five points but no exact scorelines. Not surprisingly, he failed to predict the heavy rain which washed out the Merseyside derby, so his final tally will have to wait until the re-arranged fixture is played. This is what Peter predicted last weekend, with the actual scores in brackets: Arsenal 2 Coventry City 0 (0-0), Aston Villa 1 Leeds United 1 (2-0), Chelsea 0 Wimbledon 1 (2-4), Middlesbrough 1 Spurs 1 (0-3), Nottingham Forest 3 Derby County 0 (1-1), Sheffield Wednesday 2 Blackburn Rovers 2 (1-1), Southampton 3 Sunderland 1 (3-0), West Ham 2 Leicester 0 (1-0), Liverpool 3 Everton 1 (postponed), Newcastle United 2 Manchester United 1 (5-0). Leading tipster: Tim Bredbury (Instant-Dict) 13 points.