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Ifa Premier League 2015

Closes: May 1 2015, 3:00 pm

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Premier League Previews

The second week of the Premier League. Will it be two defeats in a row for United? Can City edge out big rivals Liverpool? Arsenal face a tough one away at Everton and are Chelsea the team to beat after their superb performance against Burnley.

So many questions and so few answers to the most competitive league there is. Seven out of ten last week wasn’t bad so I hope you made a few quid although no doubt the United result hammered a few coupons. Anyway here goes. Take Two.

Aston Villa v Newcastle

Villa will be delighted with their start. I didn’t see them winning at Stoke and perhaps that was a wake up call for Mark Hughes. Roy Keane and Paul Lambert will be looking at the likes of this game for a home win and Newcastle will want to bounce back after their 2-0 defeat at home to City. I have tossed this one about for a long time and I have changed my mind several times on it. Newcastle made six debuts in the City defeat and will hope they have improved from last week. It looks like a draw as both sides are about even.

A draw with no great conviction.

Southampton v West Brom

The top scorer in the Premiership is Sailo Berahino who scored twice for West Brom in their opening draw with Sunderland. He won’t win the title. The last time the top scorer was outside the top five of City, United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea was Kevin Phillips for Sunderland back in 1999. Southampton were very unlucky in their opening fixture and I think they will be too good for the visitors in this one.

Home win.

Crystal Palace v West Ham

Crystal Palace have no Tony Pulis and no Malkey Mackay so Keith Millen stays in charge for yet another game. The Hammers lost their opening London derby last week and this season could be a real struggle for them. It won’t be easy at Palace who showed against Arsenal that they will be hard to beat this season. Another tight affair I feel and the Hammers need at least a point.

Draw.

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Match Betting

  • Aston Villa6/4
  • Newcastle15/8
  • Draw23/10
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Demands Heighten on Man Utd to Find New Players

Man Utd

Manchester United chief executive Ed Woodward is facing increasing demands from fans to get the cheque book out and sign at least two more world class players amid increasing fears the Old Trafford club could be left behind in the early stages of the Premiership.

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Match Betting

  • Man Utd3/4
  • Draw11/4
  • Sunderland15/4
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Football News

Football News

 How Will Balotelli Go Down at Anfield?

Mario Balotelli could be back the Premiership in time to take his place on the Liverpool team which faces his former club Manchester City on Monday.

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Premier League 2014/15

  • Chelsea6/4
  • Man City9/4
  • Arsenal11/2
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Spain and Germany Start this Weekend

Barcelona beat Madrid

We already have had the start of the Premiership but Germany and Spain are a week behind and they kick off this weekend and they are two leagues which always provides a huge amount of interest here.

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