Friday, December 12, 2014

George's Premiership Predictions 13 December 2014

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George had a below par week last week only correctly predicting the results of 4 matches and no perfect scores. This weekend's fixtures Manchester United now in 3rd taking on a wounded Liverpool at Old Trafford.

Saturday, 13 December 2014

Burnley 1 v Southampton 1
Chelsea 2 v Hull 0
Crystal Palace 1 v Stoke 0
Leicester 0 v Man City 2
Sunderland 1 v West Ham 2
West Brom 0 v Aston Villa 0
Arsenal 2 v Newcastle 1

Sunday 14 December 2014

Man Utd 1 v Liverpool 0
Swansea 1 v Tottenham 1

Monday 15 December 2014

Everton 2 v QPR 0

Mersey-Slide? Liverpool 12/1 For Europa & 6/5 To Finish Outside Top 6

European giants Liverpool find themselves out of the Champions League with bet365 quoting them at 12/1 for Europa League glory, 4/6 they go further in the competition than 11/10 Everton, with the pair quoted at 66/1 to meet in the final.

After going so close last season to Premier League success, Liverpool also find themselves languishing in 9th and bet365 quote just 6/5 about the Reds finishing the campaign outside the Top 6.

2014/15 Europa League Outright

Liverpool 12/1 Everton 16/1

Who Goes Furthest

Liverpool 4/6 Everton 11/10 (DH rules apply)

Liverpool & Everton to meet in 2014/15 Europa League Final 66/1

2014/15 Premier League – Liverpool Finishing Position

1st 250/1 2nd 100/1 3rd 10/1 4th 9/2 5th 4/1 6th 4/1 7+ 6/5

Soccer - Pellegrini focused on catching Chelsea

Manuel Pellegrini says he will turn his attention towards catching Chelsea in the Premier League after guiding Manchester City into the last-16 of the Champions League. City, 12/1 with bet365 to win the Champions League outright, confirmed their place in Monday's draw with an impressive 2-0 victory at Roma. Just over one month ago City appeared to be heading out of the competition when they lost 2-1 at home to CSKA Moscow, a result that meant they had only taken two points from their first four group matches. But, after hitting back to beat Bayern Munich 3-2, Pellegrini's side showed their class by securing a vital victory in the Italian capital. City beat Roma despite being without the injured Sergio Aguero, Vincent Kompany, David Silva and Stevan Jovetic, while Yaya Toure was suspended, and Pellegrini said: "We are happy because we achieved a target and now we will try to catch Chelsea." Manchester City go into this weekend's game with Leicester City, 8/11 to be relegated this season, three points behind Chelsea.

Last time's predictions

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