Friday, January 31, 2014

George's Premiership Predictions 1 February 2014

Read George's latest premiership punts for this round's action which sees a Merseyside derby and Ole Gunnar Solskaer back in Manchester to face his old club.

Saturday 1 February 2014

Newcastle 1 v Sunderland 1
West Ham 2 v Swansea City 1
Stoke City 1 v Man United 1
Cardiff City 3 v Norwich City 1
Fulham 1 v Southampton 2
Hull City 2 v Tottenham 1
Everton 2 v Aston Villa 1

Sunday 2 February

West Brom 2 v Liverpool 3
Arsenal 3 v Crystal Palace 1

Monday 3 February

Man City 1 v Chelsea 0

Mourinho To End Manchester City Quad Dream?

Chelsea travel to the Etihad on Monday with hosts Manchester City 4/5 to break the Premier League goalscoring record currently held by the visitors, 4/6 to remain unbeaten on their own turf in the top flight this season and 1/20 to win at least one trophy.

Spokesman Steve Teeth: "Mourinho could spoil the Pellegrini party in both the Premier League and the FA Cup, but either way, you'd be happy if you had 1500/1 about Manchester City landing an unprecedented quad this season."

2013/14 Manchester City Specials

To Score 104+ Premier League Goals During 2013/14 4/5

To Remain Unbeaten At Home In PL During 2013/14 4/6

Exact Number Of Major Trophies

None 10/1 One 13/8 Two 11/10 Three 6/1 Four 66/1

To Win A Major Trophy

Yes 1/20 No 10/1

Soccer - Sherwood says City will be champions Tottenham Hotspur boss Tim Sherwood says Manchester City will win the Premier League title this season, having seen his side dismissed by the new leaders. The Citizens, 8/11 to be crowned champions, thrashed Spurs 5-1 at White Hart Lane on Wednesday evening and Sherwood was in no doubt that he had seen the side who will finish at the top of the table. He told reporters: "They are the best team on the planet, certainly the best team in the Premier League. "We've played the champions, without question in my opinion. "They've got to win it now, they've won it before but Manchester United are the champions now. But I just think these guys are on a different level to anything in the league." City are one point above Arsenal following the midweek action and have already found the net 68 times in 23 league games so far this season.

Last time's Premier League predictions

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