George's Premiership Predictions 20 December 2014

George's Premiership Predictions 20 December 2014

George's Premiership Predictions.

George had decent week last week correctly predicting 50% of the matches. He can and will do better! This weekend's fixtures include Liverpool at home to Arsenal and Chelsea away to Stoke in the Monday night fixture.

Saturday, 20 December 2014

Man City 2 v Crystal Palace 0
Aston Villa 1 v Man Utd 2
Hull 1 v Swansea 0
QPR 1 v West Brom 1
Southampton 1 v Everton 2
Tottenham 2 v Burnley 1
West Ham 2 v Leicester 0

Sunday 21 December 2014

Newcastle 0 v Sunderland 2
Liverpool 1 v Arsenal 1

Monday 22 December 2014

Stoke 1 v Chelsea 1

Chelsea 4/9 To Finish Busy Christmas Period On Top

The busy Christmas period is almost upon us and odds firms rate title leaders Chelsea as 4/9 shots to still be top of the Premier League come January 2nd 2015.

Top Of The Premier League On January 2nd 2015

Chelsea 4/9 Man City 13/8 Man Utd 250/1

Fixtures must be played in order of current schedule:

Chelsea: 22nd Stoke A, 26th West Ham H, 28th Southampton A, 1st Tottenham A
Man City: 20th Palace H, 26th WBA A, 28th Burnley H, 1st Sunderland H
Man Utd: 20th Villa A, 26th Newcastle H, 28th Tottenham A, 1st Stoke A

2014/15 Premier League - Chelsea Winning Margin

Goal Difference 33/1 1 – 3 Points 5/1
4 – 6 Points 11/2 7 – 9 Points 7/1
10+ Points 11/4 Not Win Title 13/8

Soccer - Everton handed Mirallas lift

Everton boss Roberto Martinez has confirmed that Kevin Mirallas' ankle injury picked up on Monday is not too serious and he could return to face Stoke City on Boxing Day. Martinez admitted to being a worried man when the 27-year-old Belgium international went down under a heavy challenge from Jordon Mutch during the Toffees' 3-1 Premier League win against Queens Park Rangers and was stretchered off the pitch. However, following scans on the ankle, the Spanish tactician has revealed that Mirallas is in line to return a lot quicker than initially expected. And while he is unlikely to feature against Southampton at St Mary's on Saturday, the midfielder should be involved when Mark Hughes' Potters arrive on Merseyside for next Friday's clash. Martinez said: "It's to the ligament in his ankle but he's a quick healer and I don't expect him to be out for too long - the game on Saturday is a bit too early but I wouldn't rule him out for any of the fixtures in the Christmas period which is fantastic news." Everton are 21/10 to defeat fifth-placed Southampton on Saturday and 9/4 to secure a top-six finish again this season.

Soccer - Rodgers looks forward to Chelsea test

Brendan Rodgers is adamant Liverpool will 'look forward' to their two-legged Capital One Cup semi-final clash with Chelsea having been handed the tough draw on Wednesday night. The Reds boss watched his side remove a difficult obstacle in the shape of Championship leaders Bournemouth at Dean Court as they ran out 3-1 winners. Raheem Sterling scored twice and Lazar Markovic chipped in with his first goal for the Merseysiders. Liverpool were then drawn to face Jose Mourinho's Premier League leaders immediately following the game, while Tottenham and League One side Sheffield United will contest the second semi-final over two legs at the end of January. Despite being handed the most difficult game in their bid to reach Wembley, Rodgers insisted that he was happy at the prospect of facing the Blues. He told Sky Sports: "It will be a fantastic tie. If you want to win this competition you have to play against the good sides. "We're into the semi-final, it's over two legs and it didn't matter who we got. We needed to get there, it's Chelsea and we look forward to it." Liverpool are 4/1 to win the Capital One Cup, while Chelsea are 5/6.

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