Friday, November 7, 2014

George's Premiership Predictions November 8 2014

bet365George is back this weekend after the guest appearance of Snoopie Myddleton.

The big game is at Anfield where Liverpool take on Chelsea for the first time since Steven Gerrard's slip cost Liverpool the title last season. George is going for another Chelsea win plus wins for the two Manchester clubs, Hull and Southampton.

Saturday, 7 November 2014

Liverpool 0 v Chelsea 2
Burnley 1 v Hull 2
Man Utd 2 v Crystal Palace 0
Southampton 2 v Leicester 0
West Ham 1 v Aston Villa 0
QPR 1 v Man City 2

Sunday 8 November 2014

Sunderland 2 v Everton 1
Tottenham 2 v Stoke 1
West Brom 0 v Newcastle 2
Swansea 1 v Arsenal 1

Soccer - Berahino in line for England debut

West Brom striker Saido Berahino has been handed his first senior England call-up for the international games with Slovenia, who are 10/1 with bet365 to beat England, and Scotland. The 21-year-old has fired in eight goals in 13 appearances for Albion this season and has now been rewarded with a spot in Roy Hodgson's latest squad. Hodgson has also included Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick in his Three Lions side, despite leaving him out of the World Cup, while Arsenal's Theo Walcott also returns to international football following an injury. West Ham winger Stewart Downing gets his first call-up since May 2012 after an excellent start to the season with the Hammers.

Soccer – Pellegrini worried by City crisis

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini admits his players are suffering from a crisis of confidence after losing at home to CSKA Moscow in the Champions League. The Premier League champions are now 4/1 with bet365 to qualify for the last-16 of the competition after Seydou Doumbia’s brace secured the Russians the win at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday. City, who also had Yaya Toure and Fernandinho sent off, are now bottom of the group with two games left to play, and Pellegrini says he can’t understand why they are struggling in the Champions League. "It's very difficult to understand why we played so badly," Pellegrini told Sky Sports. "I don't think it's just this competition. I think in the last two weeks we are not playing bad, but we are not playing the way we normally do. "It is a crisis of confidence and we must find out why by talking to the players every day."

Last time's predictions

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