Friday, February 26, 2016

George's Premiership Predictions February 27 2016

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Leicester City lost away at Arsenal last time out and hope to get their improbable (at the start of the season) title charge back on track at home to struggling Norwich.

Arsenal have the tougher game away to Manchester United at Old Trafford. This is a tough game to call as Arsenal have a poor record at Old Trafford but United are wracked by injuries and Thursday night in the Europa League apart, struggling to find the net.

Third placed Spurs face Swansea at White Hart Lane and will be hoping their former player Gylfi Sigurdsson doesn't come back to haunt them.

On Sunday, Manchester City take on Liverpool in the Capital One Cup Final at Wembley with the Toure brothers Yaya and Kolo on opposite sides.

Saturday, 27 February 2016

West Ham 2 v Sunderland 0
Leicester 2 v Norwich 1
Southampton 1 v Chelsea 3
Stoke 2 v Aston Villa 0
Watford 1 v Bournemouth 0
West Brom 2 v Crystal Palace 1

Sunday, 28 February 2016

Liverpool 1 v Man City 1 (Capital One Cup)
Man Utd 3 v Arsenal 1
Tottenham 2 v Swansea 1

Soccer - Schweinsteiger set for March return

‎ Bastian Schweinsteiger believes he should be back in action for Manchester United by the beginning of March having been sidelined since the start of the year with a knee injury. The German midfielder damaged his medial ligaments in the FA Cup third round win over Sheffield United in January and will once again be absent when the Red Devils face Arsenal on Sunday, a game United are 15/8 to win with bet365. Schweinsteiger is amongst a large number of players currently unavailable to manager Louis van Gaal but he hopes to give his boss a boost at the start of March as he aims to get a run of games under his belt before Euro 2016 this summer. "Unless the European Championships is suddenly brought forward to the start of March, then it looks good," Schweinsteiger told Bild. "In about five days, I'll begin to start running again and five days after that I should be training with a ball again. I should be completely back on board in March."

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