Friday, May 2, 2014

George's Premiership Predictions 3 May 2014

bet365The big game in this weekend's round of Premier League fixtures sees Everton try to do their city rivals, Liverpool, a favor by beating Manchester City. Cardiff, Sunderland, Fulham and Norwich are fighting for their lives to beat the drop.

Saturday 3 May 2014

West Ham 1 v Tottenham 1
Man United 1 v Sunderland 0
Stoke City 1 v Fulham 1
Swansea City 1 v Southampton 0
Aston Villa 0 v Hull City 0
Newcastle 0 v Cardiff City 2
Everton 2 v Man City 2

Sunday 4 May 2014

Arsenal 2 v West Brom 1
Chelsea 1 v Norwich City 0

Monday 5 May 2014

Crystal Palace 1 v Liverpool 2

Chelsea 9/2 For Mour Semi Final Heartbreak Next Season

Jose Mourinho has now lost four Champions League semi finals in a row and bet365 are 9/2 about the Blues being dumped at the same stage next season.

Mourinho also looks set to suffer his second season without any major silverware and bet365 rate Chelsea at even money to finish 2014/15 potless.

Goal machines Cristiano Ronaldo and Diego Costa are set for a showdown in Lisbon with the Real Madrid man at 7/4 to outscore his La Liga rival.

2014/15 Chelsea Specials

Stage Of Champions League Elimination

Group Stage 5/1 Last 16 11/4
Quarter Final 15/8 Semi Final 9/2
Runners Up 11/1 Winner 14/1

To Win A Major Trophy

Yes 8/11 No Evs

(PL, FAC, LC, CL/EL)

2013/14 Champions League

To Lift Trophy

Real Madrid 4/7 Atletico Madrid 11/8

90 Minute Goalscorer Match Bet (Both must start)

Cristiano Ronaldo 7/4 Tie Evs Diego Costa 7/2

Brazilian midfielder Fernandinho has backed Manchester City to make the most of their chance to become Premier League champions for the second time in three seasons. The Citizens are 4/5 with bet365 to regain the crown they won in May 2012, with wins in each of their last three games all but certain to be enough to secure the title. The South American told the Manchester Evening News: "We are not depending on other teams - it only depends on us and that has changed a lot. "We are back with a big chance of being champions again. We have waited a long time for this moment and the positivity of the whole group is now very high. "I think we will get better and better until the last game and then we must see what happens at the end of the season." City face a tough test this weekend when they head to Everton, before finishing the season with games against Aston Villa and West Ham.

Last time's predictions

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