MANCHESTER UNITED fan Eric Yeung is holding out faint hope that the Red Devils can beat the odds (and the opposition) to end up with the Premier League title next week. Apparently his dictionary doesn't contain the word 'Arsenal'. Eric, a director of a Hong Kong recruitment firm, still thinks the Gunners will take care of Everton this weekend, which makes for some interesting arithmetic if his championship dream is to come true. As usual, three points are awarded for an exact scoreline with a point being given for the correct result (home win, away win or draw). Here are Eric's forecasts. ARSENAL 3 EVERTON 0: The Gunners are on a roll (I hate saying that) and although Everton are fighting for survival, Arsenal's balance of skill, strength and striking power will give the Toffees a footballing lesson. BOLTON 1 PALACE 0: A scrappy game and with Palace already relegated they may not have the fighting spirit that Bolton will display as they fight to retain their Premier League status. Palace also may experiment a little which will play into Bolton's hands. COVENTRY 1 BLACKBURN 3: Chris Sutton will use this game as a platform to yell out for an England inclusion as he tames one of the most stubborn defences in the league. Dion Dublin, who has one hand on an England shirt, will also show up well in an entertaining match. LEICESTER 1 BARNSLEY 1: Battling Barnsley will come out fighting and with their usual attacking flair will sneak a point from a Leicester side which scored four goals in 15 minutes last week. A point may not be enough to help Leicester realise their European ambitions. LIVERPOOL 2 WEST HAM 2: The Hammers will take great delight from this one, knowing they are now on a par with European aspirants. MANCHESTER UNITED 1 LEEDS 1: It pains me to say it but this is the match which could give Arsenal the title. A great match in prospect. NEWCASTLE 0 CHELSEA 2: The Magpies have really lost the plot and Chelsea will be able to display an array of talents that will be just too much for Newcastle to cope with. SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY 1 ASTON VILLA 1: Meaningless game with two teams who have nothing to play for and who each have one eye on the drawing board for next season. Honours even here but more of a stalemate than a thriller. SOUTHAMPTON 0 DERBY 2: Not much to shout about here either although Derby will be happy to recover from the four-goal demolition by Leicester last week. . WIMBLEDON 0 TOTTENHAM 1: Providing Jurgen Klinsmann is in the mood and David Ginola can reproduce his recent form, this will be an easier win for Spurs than the scoreline suggests.