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Premier League Round 12 – Predictions
Posted on November 6, 2015
As the Premier League prepares for another action packed weekend, here’s my predictions for the upcoming matches of round 12.
Bournemouth 1-1 Newcastle Utd
This fixture is a tricky one as I honestly believe it can go either way. Given their low positions in the current league table, both teams will be extremely desperate for the win. The Cherries have a number of key players out injured and as a result fall short on quality. Newcastle United would be coming into this game with a win if it wasn’t for the heroics of Jack Butland last weekend, so I can imagine confidence is high. Bournemouth’s home advantage just about saves them a point for me in this meeting.
Leicester City 3-2 Watford
I strongly advise punters to place bets on at least Over 3.5 goals for this encounter. Only Manchester City has scored more goals in the league than Leicester City and Watford have only failed to score in one away match in the league so far. This game should be an openly attacking affair given both teams style of play, with the Foxes coming out on top and inform Jamie Vardy scoring in the process.
Man Utd 2-0 West brom
After Manchester United finally ended their goal drought in the midweek Champions League game against CSKA Moscow, I see them building on that with a win against the Baggies. I can’t see Tony Pulis’s side taking anything away from this game as Manchester United will try and respond to their fans criticism of their lack of attacking approach in their own back yard.
Norwich 0-0 Swansea
Norwich’s recent results probably don’t reflect their recent performances in the Premier League and find themselves winless in 5 games. Last weekend was another example of that when they slipped at the final hurdle after a respectable performance against Manchester City. Swansea City have been inconsistent lately, and I can only see both teams cancelling each other out at Carrow Road.
Sunderland 1-1 Southampton
Sunderland’s manager Sam Allardyce was furious with his team’s defensive performance against Everton last week and they’ll need to tighten up at the back against an inform Southampton team. After going 2-0 down at Goodison Park, The Black Cats came back to draw level at 2-2, however they conceded another four goals and they lost the match 6-2. Southampton has not lost a game since September and will be extra confident over a side they thrashed 8-0 last season. Allardyce usually gets his point across and I won’t be too surprised to see an improvement on their own turf.
West Ham 1-2 Everton
Football is a funny game, you could be on a unbeaten streak then one loss can easily turn it into a losing streak and I see West Ham United carrying on that tradition. Everton have only lost once on the road this term and have not lost to the Hammers in the Premier League since 2007. West Ham looked demoralised in their defeat to newly promoted side Watford last week while Everton looked unstoppable in their empathic win against Sunderland. I fancy the Toffees to come away with all three points.
Stoke City 0-1 Chelsea
I predict a narrowly victory for struggling Chelsea against Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium. Chelsea played here in a Capital One Cup clash less than two weeks ago and they were unlucky not to progress to the next round. Stoke’s form has been indifferent this season, and they’re underperforming in the league given the quality within the squad. Jose Mourinho won’t be in the stadium to call the shots but I’m sure the Portuguese manager will watch his team win in what should be a cagey affair.
Aston Villa 0-3 Man city
Remi Garde won’t get a tougher league match than this for his first game in charge of Aston Villa. Manchester City has not lost a match since September in all competitions and the Villians will probably need divine intervention to avoid being completely annihilated against the league leaders. No matter how much I squint my eyes I just can’t see Aston Villa avoiding an eighth straight league defeat.
Arsenal 2-0 Tottenham
Both north London teams are in red hot form in the Premier League coming into to this derby. Arsenal is on a five match winning streak in the league and currently sit in second place in the table. Tottenham have only lost once in the league and that defeat came on the opening day of the season when they were marginally beaten by Manchester United. Most north London derbies fail to disappoint and I feel this won’t be any different with the Gunners being the more superior on this occasion.
Liverpool 3-1 Crystal Palace
Jurgen Klopp has enjoyed his early tenure at Liverpool, having remained undefeated in his first six games at the club. I can see Liverpool carrying on their momentum and collecting all three points on offer. Crystal Palace has been fearless and adventurous so far this season and can easily cause Liverpool harm but in my opinion Klopp’s men will send his home fans happy with a win at Anfield.
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