Friday, February 7, 2014

George's Premiership Predictions 8 February 2014

bet365George is on the money this weekend predicting wins for the two Manchester clubs, Chelsea at home versus Newcastle and Arsenal at Liverpool with a draw in the Welsh derby and Sunderland to prevail in the all north east game against Hull. Get on Soton to beat Stoke and Everton not to lose at Spurs.

Saturday 8 February 2014

Liverpool 1 v Arsenal 2

Sunday 9 February

Norwich City 0 v Man City 2
Sunderland 2 v Hull City 0
Southampton 3 v Stoke City 1
Crystal Palace 1 v West Brom 1
Chelsea 2 v Newcastle 0
Aston Villa 1 v West Ham 1
Swansea City 1 v Cardiff City 1

Sunday 9 February

Tottenham 1 v Everton 1
Man United 2 v Fulham 0

Three Horse PL Title Race 7/1 To Be Decided By Goal Difference

The 2011/12 title race was decided by goal difference and bet365 are 7/1 about the thrilling chase at the top of the Premier League going the same way come May.

2013/14 Premier League Title Winning Distance

Goal Difference. 7/1
1 Point 9/2
2 Points 5/1
3 Points 11/2
4 Points 7/1
5 or More 7/4

2013/14 Premier League Outright

Man City Evs
Chelsea 2/1
Arsenal 4/1
Liverpool 25/1
Man Utd 150/1
E/W 1/3 1,2

Soccer - Meulensteen urges Fulham to dig in

Fulham boss Rene Meulensteen has called on his players to lift themselves before Sunday's Premier League clash at Manchester United. Shaun Miller's header in the last minute of extra-time decided a dreadful FA Cup fourth round replay on Tuesday as League One strugglers Sheffield United beat the Cottagers 1-0, and Meulensteen accepted that his side's display had not been good enough. The result came on the back of a 3-0 home defeat to Southampton which left Fulham rooted to the foot of the Premier League table. Fulham can be backed at 10/1 with bet365 to keep a clean sheet at Manchester United and at 18/1 to score a penalty in the Old Trafford clash. "We know we only have ourselves to blame," said Meulensteen. "We need to look in each other's eyes and dig ourselves out of it. Have we hit rock bottom? We probably have. "There was not enough cutting edge and quality at times. It wasn't good enough."

Last time's Premier League predictions

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