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Thursday, 9 March 2017

Spurs to stay second



There are four Premier League games on Saturday, Bournemouth versus West Ham United which may well see a Hammers victory and two or more goals scored as they top the six game away form table.

Everton versus WBA, again a game that might see two or more goals with an Everton victory. Burnley have scored in their last 11 matches and Lukaku is a flat track bully so there could well be three or four goals going in.

Hull City versus Swansea City and again I go for two or more goals with a Swansea City victory despite Hull having a decent six game home record.  Swansea are on the up and in Llorente they have one of the best headers of a ball in the Premier League.

Finally Liverpool take on Burnley and the Merseysiders should win at Anfield in another game that could well see two or more goals.

Manchester City played their game in hand on us and could only draw at home last night 0-0 with Mark Hughes Stoke City. That leaves them level on points with us but our superior goal difference keeps us in second place. We haven't been able to say that over the last few years.

The Top of the Premier League Table
  1. Chelsea P27 PTS66 GD37
  2. SPURS P27 PTS56 GD33
  3. Man City P27 PTS56 GD24
  4. Liverpool P27 PTS52 GD24
  5. Arsenal P26 PTS50 GD24
  6. Man Utd P26 PTS49 GD17
  7. Everton P27 PTS44 GD14

Possibly After Saturday
  1. Chelsea P27 PTS66 GD37
  2. SPURS P27 PTS56 GD33
  3. Liverpool P28 PTS55 GD26
  4. Man City P26 PTS55 GD24
  5. Arsenal P26 PTS50 GD24
  6. Man Utd P26 PTS49 GD17
  7. Everton P28 PTS47 GD16
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2 comments:

  1. Man City will be pleased. After Saturday their draw versus Stoke gets erased

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  2. Magic - How can Man City lose a point by not playing?

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