Saturday, April 9, 2016
George's Premiership Predictions April 9 2016
With half a dozen games to go Leicester City remain firmly in charge of the Premier League and it is increasingly looking like their title to lose.
We correctly predicted the 1-0 scoreline last time out as Leicester beat Southampton at home, this time out they travel to the north east to take on a Sunderland team fighting for their survival.
Also on Sunday, second placed Tottenham have a difficult game at home to Manchester United, who beat Everton by a single goal last Sunday at Old Trafford.
Arsenal, in third, take on sixth placed West Ham in a tight London derby. West Ham won the reverse fixture at the Emirates, so the Gunners will be hoping for revenge.
Manchester City in fourth face West Brom at the Etihad after their destruction of Bournemouth on the south coast and their good performance in the Champions League in Paris.
Saturday, 9 April 2016
West Ham 1 v Arsenal 2
Aston Villa 0 v Bournemouth 1
Crystal Palace 1 v Norwich 1
Southampton 3 v Newcastle 1
Swansea 1 v Chelsea 2
Watford 1 v Everton 2
Man City 3 v West Brom 0
Sunday, 10 April 2016
Sunderland 0 v Leicester 0
Spurs 2 v Man Utd 0
Liverpool 1 v Stoke 0
Arsenal 13/8 To Finish Second & 20/1 To Win Last Seven Games
Arsenal predictably knocked over Watford last Saturday when the pressure was off and bet365 are 20/1 about the Gunners winning their final seven matches, 10/11 they finish above Spurs and 13/8 to finish second.
The firm have also priced up Leicester City’s Premier League winning margin with seven or more points priced at 3/1.
2015/16 Arsenal Premier League Specials
Arsenal to win all of their final seven Premier League games 20/1
Arsenal Finishing Position
1st 6/1 2nd 13/8 3rd 7/4
4th 11/2 5th+ 16/1
Who Will Finish Higher
Arsenal 10/11 Spurs 4/5
2015/16 Premier League – Leicester City Winning Margin
Goal Difference 250/1 1 – 3 Points 7/2
4 – 6 Points 15/8 7+ Points 3/1
Not Win PL 5/2
Soccer - Klopp happy with Dortmund stalemate
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has revealed his delight with his players' efforts following their 1-1 draw with Borussia Dortmund on Thursday night. The Reds have a what could be a crucial Divock Origi away goal following quarter-final first-leg tie in Germany, before the return leg at Anfield. Klopp believes his side, who are 4/1 with bet365 to win the Europa League, proved some of their doubters wrong against his former club. "I am satisfied with a lot of parts of the game," said Klopp. "Dortmund are still a very strong team but people thought a lot about our possible performance so they are perhaps a little surprised now. "I'm pretty sure a lot of people thought we would lose 2, 3 or 4-0."
Last time's predictions