George had a half-decent week last week with his Barclay's Premier League predictions with one perfect score and three correct results.
As this EPL season winds down with Manchester United almost confirmed as champions, focus turns to the dog fight at the foot of the table where there are a number of potential "six pointers" this weekend.
George had a pretty good week last week with 2 perfect scores and six results called right. He's raring to go this week and after a dinner of Chinese noodles and rice with fried veggies, he thinks he has found the dietary inspiration for this weekend's fixtures. So it's a home win for QPR against Wigan and a draw at the Madejski Stadium between Reading and Soton is the weekend's two six-pointers.
George is back after a long hiatus to provide sanity to your weekend punts. He predicts an easy-peasy six points for the Manchester clubs against North East opposition and away wins for Chelsea and Liverpool. The Joe boy's hot betting tips for this weekend's matches in the Premier League are home wins for Arsenal and Wigan.
Snoopie Myddleton does these week's Premier League's predictions lying on her back in tune with the universe and drunk on a variety of spirits.
Expect surprises and some left field Premier League predictions. Snoopie does it for you, so get on or get out.
Saturday 16 March 2013
Everton 3 v Manchester City 3 Stoke City 0 v West Bromwich Albion 2 Swansea City 3 v Arsenal 5 Southampton 3 v Liverpool 2 Aston Villa 2 v Queens Park Rangers 2 Manchester United 3 v Reading 0
Sunday 17 March 2013
Sunderland 4 v Norwich City 2 Tottenham Hotspur 1 v Fulham 1 Wigan Athletic 0 v Newcastle United 3 Chelsea 3 v West Ham United 2 Last time's Premier League predictions
George got five results right last week and two perfect scores, so a 50% average with the bonus of predicting the scores of Reading v West Ham and Fulham v an in-form Swansea.
Saturday 12 January 2013
Queens Park Rangers 0 v Tottenham Hotspur 1 Reading 1 v West Bromwich Albion 2 Sunderland 2 v West Ham United 0 Stoke City 2 v Chelsea 1 Norwich City 2 vs Newcastle United 1 Fulham 2 v Wigan Athletic 1 Everton 2 v Swansea City 1 Aston Villa 2 v Southampton 2
Sunday 13 January 2013
Manchester United 2 v Liverpool 0 Arsenal 1 v Manchester City 1 Last time's Premier League predictions
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is without teenage star Raheem Sterling is and that's Liverpool's only doubt for Sunday's Barclays Premier League visit of West Ham to Anfield excluding long absentees Joe Allen, Martin Kelly and Fabio Borini.
Liverpool FC: Liverpool go into the match in 6th position just 2 points behind Arsenal and only 7 points behind 4th placed Chelsea, so this must really be seen as a must win match if there to have any chance of sneaking into 4th position by the end of the season which would give them Champions League football next season.
Liverpool FC Liverpool are in good run of form after back-to-back league victories over Wigan Athletic and Swansea City. January signing Daniel Sturridge is expected to be fit for the clash after nursing a thigh complaint over recent weeks.
Big relegation battles in England - a couple of six-pointers - as well as the big languagecaster derby as Liverpool take on Tottenham (Damon vs Damian). We also have the Ruhr derby from the Bundesliga and of course Barcelona-AC Milan next week in the Champions League.
Liverpool FC January signing Daniel Sturridge remains doubtful for the fixture after picking up a knock during training. The 23 year old Striker will go through a late fitness test and will be assessed ahead of the game.
The Reds are facing the Champions at the best possible time, as their quality of the squad is reduced significantly due to the injuries of Vincent Kompany, Maicon, Micah Richards and international duty absence of Yaya andKolo Toure whoare at the African Cup of Nations.
Venue The Emirates Date 30/01/2013 Kick off 7.45pm
Liverpool will welcome back three key players Pepe Reina, Glen Johnson and Jose Enrique from injury for the trip to Emirates. The Reds away league form this season has been poor with only three wins, four draws, four defeats and have lost three of their last five away games.
Liverpool FC Liverpool is in good run of form with five wins in their last seven league matches, including back-to-back 3-0 victories in the last two Premier League outings. Daniel Sturridge is in contention for his premier league debut against Mancheter United after scoring on his first appearance for Reds in the FA Cup win over Mansfield on Sunday.
Along with two Premier League games we focus on the quarter-final stage of the 2013 African Cup of Nations, with hosts South Africa hoping to reach the semi-finals, while outsiders Togo are in their first ever last eight match.
An 86th minute penalty that opened the floodgates in one otherwise tight game, followed by a tight draw full of varying forms of promise but deficient in the goal department to the tune of any. I suspect this is how the rest of the season's going to be hard to predict, nervy. Walking over teams and seeing them off into the distance with a merry wave tends not to be our way and with a fair bit at stake, I'm not convinced we're going to waltz gloriously past anyone over the next six games.
George got seven results right last week and one perfect score, not bad for a series of very unpredictable fixtures. Here are our resident pundit's tips for this week of our FA Cup action.
Saturday 25 January 2013
Millwall 2 v Aston Villa 1
Sunday 26 January 2013
Stoke City 2 v Manchester City 1 Reading 2 v Sheffield United 0 Macclesfield Town 2 v Wigan Athletic 1 Huddersfield Town 2 v Leicester City 1 Middlesbrough 3 v Aldershot Town 0 Norwich City 4 v Luton Town 1 Derby County 3 v Blackburn Rovers 2 Bolton Wanderers 2 v Everton 3 Hull City 2 v Barnsley 1 Queens Park Rangers 3 v MK Dons 1 Brighton & Hove Albion 1 v Arsenal 3 Manchester United 4 v Fulham 2 Last time's Premier League predictions