Friday, May 1, 2015

George's Premiership Predictions 2 May 2015

Chelsea will clinch the league title this weekend when they host Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

It is extremely difficult to see Crystal Palace taking anything from the game.
Leicester face Newcastle in a crucial fixture for both clubs in danger of the drop. Manchester Utd should be too strong at home for WBA.

Saturday, 2 May 2015

Leicester 1 v Newcastle 0
Aston Villa 2 v Everton 1
Liverpool 1 v QPR 1
Sunderland 0 v Southampton 1
Swansea 2 v Stoke 1
West Ham 1 v Burnley 0
Manchester Utd 2 v WBA 0

Sunday, 3 May 2015

Tottenham 1 v Man City 1
Chelsea 3 v Crystal Palace 0

Monday, 4th May 2015

Hull City 1 v Arsenal 2

Another Blankety Blank Looms Next Season As Dawson Ends Liverpool Top 4 Challenge

It’s now 25 years and counting since Liverpool won the title and Brendan Rodgers has admitted he needs to get out the chequebook and pen to make Liverpool competitive next season with bookmakers betting on their finishing position in 2015/16.

2015/16 Premier League – Liverpool Finishing Position

1st 12/1 2nd 10/1 3rd 6/1 4th 7/2 5th+ 8/11

2015/16 Premier League Outright E/W 1/3 1,2

Chelsea 11/8 Man City 11/4
Man Utd 9/2 Arsenal 13/2
Liverpool 12/1 Tottenham 66/1

Soccer - Rodgers issues Reds warning

Brendan Rodgers has warned all of his Liverpool players that they are playing for their futures, as their hopes of a top-four Premier League finish hang by a thread. A 1-0 defeat at struggling Hull City left the Reds seven points adrift of the top four with just four games to play, with Liverpool having won only one of their last five league games and 25/1 with bookmakers to secure a top-four spot. And Rodgers is under no illusions about the importance of the performances of his players in the closing matches of the campaign, with Spurs and Southampton also hot on their heels in the table. He said after a disappointing display at the KC Stadium on Tuesday evening: "I spoke to the players at the end and I told them that we have an obligation to fight right to the end of the season. "It's fair to say every single player here is playing for his future."

An action-packed Saturday sees another rollercoaster season in the Championship come to a close, while in the Premier League, the King Power Stadium hosts its second game of the week as Leicester meet Newcastle, Aston Villa battle Everton in the most played fixture in the English top flight and Man Utd welcome the visit of West Brom.

On Sunday, Chelsea's meet fellow Londoners Crystal Palace ahead of the pick of the weekend's matches as Tottenham clash with Man City. Hull face another stiff test when they bring proceedings to a close against Arsenal on Monday night.

Last time's predictions

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