Saturday, May 9, 2015
George's Premiership Predictions May 9 2015
Chelsea have clinched the league title as expected after beating Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge last weekend.
All the remains to play for are the other 3 Champions League spots and relegation to the Championship.
Saturday, 9 May 2015
Everton 1 v Sunderland 0
Aston Villa 2 v West Ham 0
Hull 1 v Burnley 1
Leicester 1 v Southampton 1
Newcastle 0 v West Brom 2
Stoke 2 v Tottenham 1
Crystal Palace 2 v Man Utd 2
Sunday, 10 May 2015
Man City 2 v QPR 1
Chelsea 1 v Liverpool 0
Monday, 11th May 2015
Arsenal 3 v Swansea 0
Barcelona are bet365’s 9/5 favourites to win the Champions League this season with Spanish rivals Real Madrid at 9/4 – it’s 11/8 they meet at the final in Berlin.
2014/15 Champions League Outright
Barcelona 9/5 Real Madrid 9/4
Bayern Munich 5/2 Juventus 8/1
Juventus 21/10 Real Madrid 4/11
Barcelona 4/6 Bayern Munich 5/4
Real Madrid & Barcelona 11/8 Bayern Munich & Real Madrid 2/1
Barcelona & Juventus 15/4 Bayern Munich & Juventus 6/1
Soccer - Sturridge sidelined until September
Daniel Sturridge is set to miss the start of next season after Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers confirmed that the striker is unlikely to play again until September following hip surgery. "It's a period of time out, but we're hopeful the problems and issues he's had have been resolved with the operation," said Rodgers. "We're anticipating it's going to be around September before he can actually start training and then it's about getting his fitness up." The 25-year-old scored 24 goals last term but his career has been dogged by a series of injuries. He missed virtually all of pre-season in 2013 after suffering ankle ligament damage on England duty and last summer he was sent home early from the Reds’ tour of America due to a hamstring strain. He has scored four goals in eight league starts for Liverpool this season. Liverpool can be backed at 13/5 with bet365 to beat Chelsea on Sunday, with the draw available at 5/2.
Soccer - Koeman keen for Rodriguez to stay
Southampton head coach Ronald Koeman hopes Jay Rodriguez will pen a new and improved contract with the club this summer. The former Burnley star has not played for more than a year because of a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament and only has a season left on his contract at St Mary's. "He was talking to the club," said Koeman. "He's a good player and I think he will be an important player for next season. "If he stays, I think that is a good signal to the club, to everybody." Southampton face a Leicester City side this weekend that have won five of their last six game to move out of the relegation zone. The Foxes are 6/4 with bet365 to beat Southampton while a draw can be backed at 23/10.
Last time's predictions