Friday, October 24, 2014

George's Premiership Predictions October 25 2014

bet365George got six out of the 10 games right last week but his tip for QPR to beat Liverpool was close but no cigar.

This weekend the big match is Chelsea, the leaders, away to Man United and the kid is going for a 1-1 draw.

Saturday, 25 October 2014

West Ham 1 v Man City 2
Liverpool 1 v Hull 1
Southampton 3 v Stoke 1
Sunderland 1 v Arsenal 2
West Brom 2 v Crystal Palace 1
Swansea 1 v Leicester 1

Sunday 26 October 2014

Burnley 0 v Everton 2
Tottenham 2 v Newcastle 1

Man Utd 1 v Chelsea 1

Monday 26 October 2014

QPR 1 v Aston Villa 1

Not So Super Mario 5/6 To Leave Anfield

Mario Balotelli's Liverpool career is yet to take off and bet365 are 5/6 the controversial striker leaves the club before the end of the 2015 summer transfer window.

bet365’s Steve Freeth "Liverpool took a punt at £16m and the early signs could point to a brief spell on Merseyside."

bet365 also have a market on where Liverpool will finish the 2014/15 Premier League campaign.

Mario Balotelli To Have Left Liverpool By The End Of 2015 Summer Transfer Window

Yes 5/6 No 5/6
(Loan deals do not count)

2014/15 Premier League - Liverpool Finishing Position

1st 40/1 2nd 16/1 3rd 4/1 4th 3/1
5th 10/3 6th 11/2 7th+ 4/1

Soccer - Ronaldo not interested in sideshow

Cristiano Ronaldo has said he will not be concerning himself with Lionel Messi and is only interested in helping Real Madrid win the first 'El Clasico' of the new La Liga season on Saturday. Luis Enrique's Barcelona will make the hotly-anticipated trip to the Spanish capital having had an extra day's rest from Tuesday's 3-1 win against Ajax in the Champions League. Ronaldo and Camp Nou icon Messi have long been pitted together as big rivals for the world's best-player tag, but the Portugal superstar says Saturday's showdown is not about individuals. The Catalan capital title-chasers have only dropped two points from their opening eight games in the top flight and have yet to concede a goal in Spain's La Liga. Ballon d'Or winner Ronaldo says Los Blancos need to beat Barca to have any hope of usurping their rivals in the title race and is expecting a massive test. "It will be a difficult match because Barcelona are playing well," he told the official club website. "I'm not going to play against Messi, I'm going to play against Barcelona. They are a great team. Real Madrid and Barcelona are playing each other." Real Madrid are currently priced 11/8 by bet365 in the match betting and the draw is quoted 13/5. Barcelona are available to back in the 90 minutes market at 7/4.

Soccer - Rafael won't hide from Chelsea test

Rafael da Silva has said Manchester United should not fear the visit of leaders Chelsea on Sunday and demanded his team-mates make their own Premier League statement. The west London club have only dropped two points from their opening eight games - in a 1-1 draw against Manchester City - and have not lost in six previous meetings against the former champions. Young defender Rafael says Louis van Gaal's men are relishing the visit of Jose Mourinho's early-season pacesetters and said they can inflict a first defeat on the capital club. "Everyone is beatable," he told the club's official website. "We have to do our best, of course. They are playing well. "We're playing at Old Trafford though and we've been getting results there so they are definitely beatable." The 24-year-old is convinced Van Gaal's new signings are starting to have an impact at Old Trafford and feels victory against Chelsea could give the supporters a huge lift. He added: "Football is about results and, when you don't play well and draw, like on Monday night [2-2 at West Brom], of course everyone will speak. But hopefully we can play well against Chelsea and, if we get the result, it would be very positive for us and the whole team." Manchester United are currently priced 9/5 by bet365 in the match betting and the draw is quoted 12/5. Chelsea are available to back at 7/5 in the 90 minutes market.

Last time's predictions

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