Friday, December 20, 2013

George's Premiership Predictions December 21 2013

bet365George had a less than brilliant week last week but coming into the busy holiday period stay tuned for some tremendous tips. Fill your Christmas stocking with the latest calls from the Premier League's top teenage tipster.

Saturday 21 December 2013

Liverpool 2 v Cardiff City 0
Fulham 1 v Man City 2
Sunderland 2 v Norwich City 2
Stoke City 1 v Aston Villa 0
Crystal Palace 1 v Newcastle 1
West Brom 1 v Hull City 1
Man United 3 v West Ham 0

Sunday 22 December 2013

Southampton 2 v Tottenham 1
Swansea City 2 v Everton 1

Sunday 23 December 2013

Arsenal 1 v Chelsea 1

Soccer - Sherwood unsure about future

Caretaker manager Tim Sherwood hopes he will be given the chance to manage Tottenham on a permanent basis. However, the 44-year-old admits that he does not even know whether he will still be in charge for this weekend's game against Southampton, which Spurs are 14/1 with bet365 to win 2-0. Sherwood, 4/1 to be Spurs' next permanent manager, presided over Wednesday's Capital One Cup last-eight defeat to West Ham following the club's decision to part company with Andre Villas-Boas. "The immediate future is up in the air, that's as much as I know," Sherwood said. "I'm up for a challenge. I always have been. I'm very opinionated. "I've got to be in the frame, but it's not my decision, unfortunately."

Soccer - Moyes hopeful on Rooney injury

Manchester United boss David Moyes believes Wayne Rooney has a chance of being fit enough to return to action against West Ham United on Saturday. The 28-year-old former Everton striker missed the 2-0 Capital One Cup victory at Stoke City on Wednesday with a groin injury but, when asked if Rooney would be able to play against Sam Allardyce's relegation-threatened side, Moyes replied: "He has got a chance, yes." Manchester United, 22/1 with bet365 to win the Premier League title outright, are already without Robin van Persie until mid-January as the Netherlands international has a thigh strain. United, 6/4 to win the Capital One Cup outright, will play Sunderland over two legs in the semi-finals, while Manchester City have been drawn against West Ham, who knocked out Spurs in the quarter-finals.

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