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George was back on track last weekend with 6 correct predictions out of the ten games.

 

This weekend the big game is certainly Manchester City v Arsenal on Sunday. In other games QPR face Manchester United, Swansea play Chelsea and Aston Villa host Liverpool.

 

Saturday, 17 January 2015

 

Aston Villa 1 v Liverpool 1

Burnley 1 v Crystal Palace 1

Leicester 1 v Stoke 0

QPR 1 v Man Utd 3

Swansea 1 v Chelsea 2

Tottenham 3 v Sunderland 0

Newcastle 1 v Southampton 1

 

Sunday, 18 January 2015

 

West Ham 2 v Hull 0

Manchester City 2 v Arsenal 1

 

Monday, 19 January 2015

 

Everton 2 v West Brom 1

 

Goal-Shy Villa 66/1 To Break Derby’s Unwanted Record

 

Aston Villa have managed just 11 Premier League goals in their 21 matches so far this season and bet365 are 66/1 about them failing to reach Derby County’s unwanted record total of 20.

 

Paul Lambert’s side are favoured to Dominoqq Pkv score between 25 and 29 top flight goals this season with the Lions currently sixth favourites to be relegated at 11/4.

 

Total Aston Villa 2014/15 Premier League Goals

 

19 or Less 66/1 20 – 24 11/2 25 – 29 5/4

30 – 34 13/8 35+ 11/2

 

2014/15 Premier League – To Be Relegated

 

Yes No

Burnley 4/5 Evs

QPR 4/5 Evs

Leicester 10/11 5/6

Hull 13/8 1/2

Crystal Palace 2/1 2/5

Aston Villa 11/4 2/7

Sunderland 3/1 1/4

West Brom 10/3 2/9

Everton 25/1 1/80

 

Soccer – Schneiderlin targets Champions Leaguebr />

Midfield ace Morgan Schneiderlin believes that his Southampton side have got what it takes to qualify for the Champions League, with the Saints 6/4 with bet365 to finish in the top four. Schneiderlin and co are in buoyant mood following a 1-0 Premier League win at Manchester United at the weekend, with the victory over the Red Devils lifting Southampton up to third place in the Premier League. And France international midfielder Schneiderlin is eager to finish the job and secure a place in front of some of the very clubs who are reported to be interested in his signature. He told BBC Sport: “We want to put Southampton in the spotlight, that will be a shock for the country and the world. “We want to reach the Champions League. We want to change this tradition of it being all the big teams. “Hopefully we can do something special. We are believing we can, but if we don’t, the most important thing is to get Europe for Southampton.”

 

Torres at the double ruins Real

 

SPAIN: COPA DEL REY Round of 16 – REAL MADRID 2:2 ATLETICO MADRID

Atletico win 4-2 on aggregate.

 

Fernando Torres scored his first goals for Atletico Madrid since 2007 tonight, bagging a brace at the Bernabeu to knock capital rivals Real out of the Copa del Rey.

 

Torres at the double ruins Real.

 

 

The Colchoneros led 2-0 from the first leg and Torres wasted little time in twisting the knife, scoring to make it 3-0 on aggregate after only 51 seconds.

 

Carlo Ancelotti had picked a strong eleven in the hope of overturning the first leg reverse, but the rub of the green tonight was with the visitors and their returning hero, who had been bought as back-up for Croatian striker Mario Mandžukić, who was missing tonight with flu.

 

Sergio Ramos headed Real level on 20 minutes before Torres restored Atletico’s lead less than a minute into the second half to keep the aggregate gap at three goals.

 

Cristiano Ronaldo headed in Real’s second on 54 minutes but the tie finished 2-2, Atletico advancing to the quarter-finals, where they will face Barcelona no less.

 

This elimination is Real’s first setback since failing to win La Liga last season. In 2014 they won the UEFA Champions League, Copa del Rey, European Super Cup and FIFA World Club Cup, a near clean sweep.

 

They have an intimate connection with the so-called King’s Cup (Copa del Rey) as they are the Royal (Real) club of Madrid, a prefix awarded to them by King Alfonso XIII in 1920, and they have won the trophy 19 times.

 

Spain’s oldest competition began as the Copa de la Coronacion in 1903, before becoming the Copa del Rey, Copa del Presidente and Copa del Generalisimo, reflecting the changes in Spain’s 20th century politics, before reverting to Copa del Rey in 1977.