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English Premier League

George's Premiership Predictions 20 September 2014

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George had five correct Premier League predictions last week but no perfect scores.

This weekend's standout tie is Manchester City, last year's Premier League champions against this year's current leaders with a 100% record. Manchester United have a tricky visit to Leicester to face another newly promoted side after thumping QPR last weekend.

EPL 2014/15 Predicitions

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Back yet again. We wanted to wait until the transfer window closed before we go jumping off the 10m and into the deep end this season. So what are the upsets? Where are the hidden gems? Let's find out. El Nino "The Godfather"'s 1. Chelsea 2. Manchester City 3. Arsenal 4. Liverpool 5. Manchester United 6.

Manchester City vs Liverpool: Preview, possible lineups & Predictions

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Manchester City vs Liverpool: Preview, possible lineups & Predictions - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

The bank holiday weekend ends with a mouth-watering tie as the top two teams from last season go head-to-head at the Etihad Stadium.

Manchester City and Liverpool both started their season with a victory and if either side can maintain their 100% start after this match they will have every reason to feel confident about the remainder of their season.

Barclays Premier League Predictions Part 4

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Can the Special One bring Chelsea another BPL title? (premierleague.com)

On the final day of the longest three months of the year, Ben Miklavcic reveals his pick to capture the 2014-2015 BPL title.

1. Chelsea
2013-2014 record (league finish): 25-7-6 (3rd)
Jose Mourinho's return to Stamford Bridge last season didn't quite go as planned.

EPL Roundtable Predictions

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Unlike my MLS predictions piece from back in March, we were able to get part of the gang together for some roundtable-style predictions. Today we have Dan, Jay, Chris, and Matt to provide their respective predictions for the upcoming English Premier League season. I will serve as the moderator, and..

Barclays Premier League Predictions Part 3

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Can Romelu Lukaku deliver Everton to another top four fight? (sportskeeda.com)

On the eve of the eve of the start of the new BPL season, Ben Miklavcic looks at the teams who could turn heads in the mid-table.

6. Everton
2013-2014 record (league finish): 21-9-8 (5th)
There may not have been a more fun team to watch last year than Everton.

Barclays Premier League Predictions Part 2

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Sorry Liverpool fans, I couldn't resist (theguardian.com)

Try and hold it together for three more days, folks. In part two of the BPL predictions, Ben Miklavcic looks at the teams that should comfortably avoid relegation.

11. West Ham United
2013-2014 record (league finish):11-7-20 (13th)
In 2013-2014, West Ham was a team that appeared to be flirting with a season in the Championship.

Barclay’s Premier League Predictions Part 1

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I'm excited about the BPL return as well, Steve (hulldailymail.co.uk)

With four days remaining until the start of the 2014-2015 Barclays Premier League, Ben Miklavcic takes the first look at predictions for theteam's that may be taken from us too soon.

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Match Facts

Stoke v Leicester Pre-Match Facts and Predictions

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Stoke will come into this game with maximum confidence having accounted for Manchester City at the Etihad when last they togged out and given the Brittania has been somewhat of a fortress over the past few season's the visit of Leicester should hold know fears for the homeside!

Prediction:

The 11/10 on offer for a home win looks incredibly generous and I for one will be taking it with a small wager!

Southampton v Newcastle Pre-Match Facts and Predictions

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Poor old Alan Pardew is under enough pressure as it is without having to visit a Southampton team who have an exemplary record against Newcastle with another Saints victory surely putting the final nail in Alan Pardews coffin with the fans already turning on him as it is!

Crystal Palace v Burnley Pre-Match Facts and Predictions

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This tie has already taken the six pointer tag even at this early stage as both teams prop up the table with a point a piece!

However Sean Dyche's troops have had a tough return to the top-flight with losses against Chelsea and Swansea before deservingly grabbing a point at home to Manchester United before the International break kicked-in.

Chelsea v Swansea Pre-Match Facts and Predictions

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Who would have thought these two would top the Premier League even at this early stage?

Well I bet none? Yes Chelsea would have been on many lists but not Swansea who will fear no-one having already taken three points from Old Trafford regardless of all the hype of their new manager Louis Van Gaal, Garry Monk showed he's a dab hand when it comes to setting up teams for wins also!

Arsenal v Manchester City Pre-Match Facts and Predictions

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Champions Manchester City will travel to the Emirates tomorrow looking to bounce back from their shock defeat at home to Stoke just before the International break.

However Arsenal will be in confident mood having thrashed City at Wembley 3-0 just last month, despite that the Gunner's having really kicked on from that success but Arsene Wenger as always at the Emirates will be confident his side can continue their fine form over the visitors.

Tottenham v Liverpool Pre Match Facts and Prediction

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Tottenham fans have had so many false dawns it's been hard to count over the years, however new manager Mauricio Pochettino could change all that as he quietly goes about his business much like he did at Southampton where he had relatively good results while also producing some great football.

Manchester City v Stoke Pre-Match Facts and Prediction

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Manchester City should make it three wins from three tomorrow as they take on an out of sorts Stoke tomorrow at the Etihad with the homeside looking as strong as ever to retain their Premier League crown for the first time in their history.

Betting Prediction:

A home win at 1/5 is not really the value bet I go for unless it's an accumulator so for value purposes I'd go for over three bookings tomorrow at 7/4 with Paddy Power especially given Stoke's physical game!

Burnley v Manchester United Pre-Match Facts and Prediction

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Manchester United will be the visitors at Turf Moor in the Premier League's early game which is due to kick-off at 12:45.

Bothe Burnley and Manchester United are still looking for their first League win of the season with both teams having lost to Swansea United in their opener and Burnley last week something has to give?

Champions League: Arsenal v Besiktas Pre-Match Facts and Prediction

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Arsenal's Champions League experience should be enough to see them safely through to the Group stages, however with the absence of Aaron Ramsey in centre midfield the Turkish side managed by mad-cap former Croatian manager Slaven Bilic have a fair chance of upsetting the odds at the Emirates tonight and wouldn't it be ironic if one time transfer target Demba Ba was to score the goal to send Besiktas through?

Manchester City v Liverpool Match Facts and Prediction!

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It's probably a bit early to be calling this a title decider however given how closely Liverpool ran Manchester City to the title last season it takes on the magical 6 pointer conundrum.

Add in the return to the Premier League of former City striker Mario Balotelli whom won't play to-night for Liverpool and a little bit of spice could be added to a clash which is normally fiercely contested.

Crystal Palace v West Ham Pre-Match Facts and Predictions

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Tony Pulis would have been proud of his former sides performance last week against Arsenal despite going down 2-1 with just a few minutes left on the clock while todays opponents West Ham were also denied a share of the spoils against Tottenham in the final moments last week!

BETTING PREDICTION:

Can't see past the draw @2/1 in this one with both sides equally matched by spirit and battling prowess!

Southampton v West Brom Pre-Match Facts and Predictions

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West Brom could only muster a 2-2 draw with Sunderland last week while Southampton could easily have snatched the same result last week had Shane Long been more clinical infront of goal!

BETTING PREDITION:

A tentative pick would be a home win here and Shane Long to score @5/2.

Chelsea v Leicester City Pre-Match Facts and Predictions

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Chelsea's first-half demolision of Burnley last week was probably the best we've seen from them since the "Special One's" return to the Chelsea fold and a repeat performance should be more than enough to despatch of another newcomer Leicester who themselves got a creditable draw with Everton in their opener!

Swansea v Burnley Pre-Match Facts and Predictions

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Swansea will no doubt be buzzing having beaten Manchester United 2-1 at Old Trafford in last weeks opener while Burnley will be hoping to avoid a repeat performance of their first half against Chelsea in their opener in which Burnley could have been licking their wounds had Chelsea not taken their foot off the throttle for the second half!

Everton v Arsenal Pre-Match Facts and Predictions

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Arsenal laboured to a 2-1 win against managerless Crystal Palace last week, however a repeat performance this evening against Everton at Goodison could see a repeat of their 3-0 drubbing at the hands of the Toffeemen last season.

Having seen both in action last week in which neither were convincing, it's fair to say they both need to up their games if they want to make the Top 4 come the end of the season and given Arsenal's performance last week it has done nothing too suggest they can overturn a three goal deficit from last season so I'm going for an Everton win @17/10.

Aston Villa v Newcastle Pre-Match Facts and Predictions

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Both these sides struggled for goal's last season and it looks like more of the same today?

Aston Villa will have both Joe Cole and Carlos Sanchez to pick from today with Cole returning from a thigh injury which seen him miss last weeks opener against Stoke.

D.C. United

MLS: Houston Dynamo vs. D.C. United staff and reader predictions

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The Black-and-Red head to Space City this weekend to try and beat the Houston Dynamo on the road for the first time ever.

You can't really call it the unspoken truth anymore, since everyone keeps saying it, but D.C. United has never won a soccer game in Houston. They'll try to end that streak of futility against the Dynamo Sunday night at BBVA Compass Stadium.

D.C. United vs. San Jose Earthquakes staff and reader predictions

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Is it a trap game coming up late this evening, or will the teams' play on the field match their respective records so far?

We fell a little bit out of practice with our predictions threads over the World Cup break, but we're back at it this week, as D.C. United travel to play the San Jose Earthquakes tonight.

D.C. United vs. Columbus Crew staff and reader predictions

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Always bet on black (and red).

The last time D.C. United played at FedExField, an Higuain scored against them in a 3-0 win for the visitors. The last time the Columbus Crew played in DC, a different Higuain scored for the visitors as they downed the Black-and-Red. But tomorrow evening, when United take on the visiting Crew out at FedExField, no Higuain will be playing.

World Cup

World Cup Quarterfinals, Semi-Finals and Final Predictions From World Soccer Talk Writers

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We polled several of our top writers to get their predictions and analysis on who they think will win the World Cup quarterfinal games, as well as who will advance through the semi-finals and all the way to the World Cup Final at Maracana.

Not surprisingly, there's a lot of difference in opinion regarding who will progress.

World Cup: Australia vs Chile Preview

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This one is going to be the anticlimactic finish to the day for most. Australia v Chile. So let's get to it. A few to choose from, but most are recent for Australia. Mark Schwarzer v Elias Figueroa Schwarzer has been a steady rock in the back for Australia. With a career some 20 years and 109 appearance for the Socceroos, Schwarzer has appeared in 3 World Cups, Uefa Cup twice,

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World Cup 2014: Netherlands vs Spain Preview

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Ooooo kids. Pull up a chair and let me tell you about two of the most storied players in the game. Alfredo Di Stefano vs. Johan Cruyff Di Stefano, born to Italian immigrants in Buenos Aires, moved to Spain to play for Real Madrid after some time with Millionairos in Argentina. Within 4 years, he was gaining Spanish citizenship (something of a uproar happened over this as Real

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World Cup 2014: Cameroon v Mexico Preview

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Well, it's off and running. Today we get our first full day of games, which of course seems to overlap with my USSF licensing class and drive there, but so be it. I bring you your first matchup of the day: Roger Milla vs. Cuauhtemoc Blanco vs. Both phenomenal players on the field, both having some of their best games in the twilight of their careers, and both iconic for

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World Cup 2014: Brazil v Croatia Preview

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Alright kids. Last World Cup we did a WAGs matchup and we'll continue that with our Facebook page, but here, we'll show the true fans a matchup worthy of their time. Today, at 3pm CST, Brazil v Croatia. In our minds, it'll be: vs. Both phenomenal players for their countries. We could have gone the easy route with Pele, but Socrates was more than a player, he was a statesman and all

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World Cup 2014 Group A predictions

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Members of our staff and the rest of the B&RU community have opinions. Those opinions do not stop at the water's edge, so today we open our series of World Cup predictions posts with the obvious place: Group A.

You guys. You guys! The World Cup starts today. After four years of waiting and planning and qualifying, we ease into the 2014 tournament with just a single game as hosts Brazil take on the always strong Croatia.

World Cup 2014

World Cup 2014: USA vs. Belgium predictions

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What good is having a blog if you can't go on the record with predictions in what has been an utterly unpredictable World Cup?

It actually is all on the line this afternoon. Jurgen Klinsmann will lead the United States against Belgium this afternoon with a berth in the World Cup quarterfinals on the line.

The sixteen best in the world

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It has been an exciting group stage of the 2014 World Cup, full of drama, entertainment and passion. We have sixteen nations left. For the first time ever three of these are from the Concacaf after USA qualified in their dullest match of the tournament, where it did seem they relied on Portuguese and German largesse.

My World Cup predictions

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The time has come for my World Cup predictions. I am, in my own view, notoriously bad at it. I analyze too much, playing on the safe side, and guessing wrongly on the surprises that are always going to happen in a tournament. I have played the entire tournament on paper, and here are my predictions: Group A: Brazil will win.

The Rest

Groan’s season preview – 2013/14 – optimism aplenty

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A little late in the day, as the season has technically started, but I'm back with a few predictions for the season ahead who will shine, who will step up, and how it will all go. Like many, I'm optimistic about Arsenal's chances this season the difference between now and a year ago, when we entered into the season under a cloud (that grew poisonous in our defeat to Villa), is remarkable we've been efficient in the market, signed some genuinely excellent players, and while there is still work to do, the signs are overwhelminglypositive.

TTU Go Predicting: A Club-by-Club League 1 Preview 2014-5

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[W]hen asked by the esteemed editors of this site to compile a preview to the League One season I had to first humbly remind them that my own team, Carlisle United, were cruelly and indignantly relegated to League Two at the end of last year. There followed a degree of brow furrowing consternation before an uttered agreement that 'I'd do'.

World Cup Final: Predictions for Germany vs. Argentina

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The Black and Red United staff weighs in with our predictions for the Biggest Game of Them All. Share your take in the comments!

One game to rule them all, and it goes down Sunday afternoon on ABC. We here at B&RU didn't want to wait another day to share our predictions for the World Cup final, though, so use part of your Friday afternoon time-killing with us as we try to prognosticate our way through Germany-Argentina.

Mid-Season Predictions From the Brotherly Game Staff

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The Brotherly Game staffers make bold predictions about the second half of the 2014 MLS season for the Philadelphia Union. Nostradamus need not worry.

Ok, so while it's not exactly the middle of the season, I thought that we were close enough to the halfway point that we could start making predictions as to how the rest of the 2014 MLS campaign would play out.