Saturday, October 31, 2015

George's Premiership Predictions October 31 2015

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Under fire Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho takes on Jurgen Klopp in the Premiership's big match.

Leaders Manchester City are at home against Norwich who have begun to ship goals of late. It's difficult to see any other result than a home win. Manchester United travel to Selhurst Park and a tricky fixture with Crystal Palace, who themselves took a hammering in the League Cup from City. Manchester United also lost in midweek going out on penalties to Middlesbrough after a 0-0 draw. A difficult one to call with the visitors so underwhelming but we take United to win.

Elsewhere Newcastle are at home to Stoke and Arsenal travel to Swanswea with something of an injury crisis. Watford are at home to high flying West Ham, while Everton host Sunderland, who had their first win under new manager Sam Allardyce in the Tyne Wear derby last weekend,

Saturday, 31 October 2015

Chelsea 1 v Liverpool 1
Crystal Palace 1 v Man Utd 2
Man City 4 v Norwich 1
Newcastle 2 v Stoke 0
Swansea 1 v Arsenal 2
Watford 2 v West Ham 1
West Brom 1 v Leicester 2

Sunday, 1 November 2015

Everton 2 v Sunderland 1
Southampton 2 v Bournemouth 0

Monday, 2 November 2015

Tottenham 3 v Aston Villa 0

Chelsea Odds-On To Finish Outside Top 4 - 8/11 To Lose 10+ Games

Chelsea’s season is going from bad to worse and bet365 now make the Blues 4/6 to finish fifth or lower and 8/11 to lose ten or more Premier League games this season.

Chelsea, who are unbeaten in their last eight games against Liverpool, are 16/1 to be the top scorers in the Premier League this weekend with Klopp’s side quoted at 13/8 to finish above the Stamford Bridge side come May.

2015/16 Premier League – Chelsea Finishing Position

1st 33/1 2nd 20/1 3rd 7/1 4th 5/2
5th or Lower 4/6

2015/16 Total Chelsea Premier League Losses

Over 9.5 8/11 Under 9.5 Evs

2015/16 Premier League Match Bet – Who Finishes Higher

Chelsea 4/9 Liverpool 13/8

Weekend Premier League Specials (31st Oct – 2nd Nov)

Highest Scoring Team E/W ¼ 1,2,3
Man City 10/3 Tottenham 6/1
Everton 7/1 Southampton 8/1
Arsenal 9/1 Man Utd 16/1
Chelsea 16/1 Watford 22/1
Leicester 25/1 Newcastle 25/1
West Ham 28/1 West Brom 28/1
Liverpool 33/1 Stoke 33/1
Crystal Palace 50/1 Swansea 50/1
Bournemouth 66/1 Sunderland 66/1
Aston Villa 80/1 Norwich 100/1

Total Goals

Over 24.5 1/3 Under 24.5 9/4
Over 27.5 5/6 Over 27.5 5/6
Over 30.5 9/4 Under 30.5 1/3

Colback blow hurts Newcastle

Newcastle United look set to be without the services of the former Sunderland midfielder Jack Colback until mid-December. Magpies boss Steve McClaren is already without Steven Taylor, Tim Krul and Curtis Good, but Colback has now been ruled out for six weeks after sustaining a knee injury in the Wear-Tyne derby last weekend. The 26-year-old picked up the problem when he was challenged by Lee Cattermole and had to leave the Stadium of Light on crutches wearing a protective knee brace. McClaren said: "Sadly we won't have Jack Colback in our line-up this weekend after the results of a further scan on his right knee. "Unfortunately this injury, which was sustained at the Stadium of Light on Sunday, will see him out for up to six weeks and we all wish Jack the very best in his recovery." Newcastle entertain Stoke City on Saturday and are 7/5 with bet365 to claim a much-needed victory.

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