Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Premier Predictions (Week 34)

Bumper week this time with 13 games.
Going to be a bit confusing as it's a mixture of league games and Cup ties, plus the games are being played over 6 days. 5 Games on Saturday, 3 on Sunday, 1 Tuesday, 3 Wednesday and 1 Thursday.

Extra rules - The 2 FA Cup semi finals are 90 mins + injury time only (not including extra time and penalties) and will also count towards the Cup competition.

Bournemouth v Middlesbrough
Hull v Watford
Swansea v Stoke
West Ham v Everton
Chelsea v Tottenham (FAC)

Burnley v Man Utd
Arsenal v Man City (FAC)
Liverpool v C Palace

Chelsea v Southampton

Arsenal v Leicester
Middlesbrough v Sunderland
C Palace v Tottenham

Man City v Man Utd

For the record 7 teams have 2 games this week, and West Brom don't play at all.
Will probably post the week 35 games before this one finishes just to confuse everyone :)

Good Luck All :)

26 comments:

  1. Bournemouth v Middlesbrough 1-0
    Hull v Watford 0-1
    Swansea v Stoke 1-2
    West Ham v Everton 2-2
    Chelsea v Tottenham (FAC) 2-1

    Burnley v Man Utd 0-2
    Arsenal v Man City (FAC) 0-2
    Liverpool v C Palace 3-0

    Chelsea v Southampton 3-1

    Arsenal v Leicester 1-2
    Middlesbrough v Sunderland 2-0
    C Palace v Tottenham 2-1

    Man City v Man Utd 2-1

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  2. Bournemouth v Middlesbrough 2-0
    Hull v Watford 2-0
    Swansea v Stoke 2-0
    West Ham v Everton 0-3
    Chelsea v Tottenham (FAC) 2-1

    Burnley v Man Utd 0-1
    Arsenal v Man City (FAC)2-3
    Liverpool v C Palace 1-1

    Chelsea v Southampton 2-0

    Arsenal v Leicester 3-0
    Middlesbrough v Sunderland 0-0
    C Palace v Tottenham 1-0

    Man City v Man Utd 2-1



    cheers Lee



    Longy

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  3. Bournemouth 1 Middlesbrough 0
    Hull 1 Watford 0
    Swansea 0 Stoke 0
    West Ham 2 Everton 2
    Spurs 1 Chelsea 1
    Burnley 1 Man Utd 2
    Arsenal 1 Man City 3
    Liverpool 2 palace 0
    Chelsea 2 saints 0
    Arsenal 1 Leicester 0
    Middlesbrough 0 Sunderland 1
    Palace 1 Spurs 1
    Man City 1 Man Utd 1

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  4. FA CUP Basis for prediction:-
    where odds >1/4 =3-0
    where odds <1/4 >evens =2-0 or 1-0 where just under evens
    where both odds >even =1-1
    PaddyPower.com

    Bournemouth v Middlesbrough 2-0
    Hull v Watford 3-0
    Swansea v Stoke 2-0
    West Ham v Everton 1-1
    Chelsea v Tottenham (FAC) 1-1

    Burnley v Man Utd 0-1
    Arsenal v Man City (FAC) 0-1
    Liverpool v C Palace 2-0

    The Model

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  5. Bournemouth v Middlesbrough 2-0
    Hull v Watford 2-0
    Swansea v Stoke 0-1
    West Ham v Everton 1-2
    Chelsea v Tottenham (FAC) 2-1

    Burnley v Man Utd 1-2
    Arsenal v Man City (FAC) 1-2
    Liverpool v C Palace 2-1

    Chelsea v Southampton 2-0

    Getting down to the business end of the season !!
    1x correct score on the FA cup could see me through :)

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  6. Nearly forgot?
    Safest bet of the day - Lukaku to score anytime 4/5 on

    Bournemouth v Middlesbrough 2-2
    Hull v Watford 2-1
    Swansea v Stoke 1-1
    West Ham v Everton 2-2 (could be wishful thinking)
    Chelsea v Tottenham (FAC) 1-2 (hope I'm wrong)

    Burnley v Man Utd 1-2
    Arsenal v Man City (FAC) 1-3
    Liverpool v C Palace 2-1

    Chelsea v Southampton 2-1

    Arsenal v Leicester 2-1
    Middlesbrough v Sunderland 2-0
    C Palace v Tottenham 2-3

    Man City v Man Utd 3-0

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  7. Chelsea leaving Costa and Hazard on the bench, am I missing something?

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    1. No,we still won :)



      Longy

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  8. Will-I-An doing the business so far :)

    Early scores (4 Games)
    Longy 7, Paul 4, Paulo 3, Biopunk 2, Lee 2
    (Lawro 3, Lawro's Guest One 2, Lawro's Guest Two 1, Paul's Model 6)

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  9. Glad to be wrong, great game and stunning goal from Matic.

    Day 1 Scores (5 Games)
    Longy 8, Paul 5, Biopunk 3, Paulo 3, Lee 2
    (Lawro 3, Lawro's Guest One 2, Lawro's Guest Two 2, Paul's Model 6)

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  10. 1-1 at 90 mins in the not very exciting second semi final, so no points for anyone.
    Sadly that means Paul wins the Cup competition this season with a game to spare, although his model could beat him :)

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  11. 3rd win on the trot at Anfield for Palace, but the big surprise was Arsenal who played really well to beat City.

    Day 2 Scores (8 Games)
    Longy 9, Biopunk 6, Paul 6, Paulo 4, Lee 3,
    (Lawro 3, Lawro's Guest One 5, Lawro's Guest Two 3, Paul's Model 7)
    Amazing that Lawro has missed all three 2-0's this week :)

    Days 3-5 continue on Tuesday

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  12. Another 4-2 win for Chelsea, and let's hope Fat Sam's lot can do them a big favour tomorrow :)

    Couldn't find any Lawro predictions for tonight and seems like Paul's model forgot.
    Day 3 Scores (9 Games)
    Longy 10, Biopunk 7, Paul 7, Paulo 5, Lee 4,
    (Lawro 3, Lawro's Guest One 5, Lawro's Guest Two 3, Paul's Model 7)

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    1. Man, look at Paul struggle!

      The pressure of being on top is really getting to him. :D

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    2. Pressure is building, but feel my 0.8 point per game average will keep the dream alive. I am Chelsea and you are Spurs ;) Lee can still be West Ham lol

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    3. I'm playing like Sunderland :(

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  13. Arsenal v Leicester 2-1
    Middlesbrough v Sunderland 2-0
    C Palace v Tottenham 0-2 (As spurs are not looking like they are about to go all Spurs'ee)

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    1. Man City v Man Utd 2-0

      Can't afford to miss games at this late stage :0{

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  14. Chelsea v Southampton 2-1

    Arsenal v Leicester 2-0
    Middlesbrough v Sunderland 1-1
    C Palace v Tottenham 1-1

    Man City v Man Utd 0-1

    The Model

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    1. Although the Chelsea score doesn't count, entered what the model predicted. The model has a 100% record so far this week, results that is.

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  15. Goals galore, still couldn't find any Lawro predictions (not on BBC website so he misses out)

    Day 4 Scores (12 Games)
    Longy 11, Paul 10, Biopunk 8, Paulo 8, Lee 7,
    (Lawro 3, Lawro's Guest One 5, Lawro's Guest Two 3, Paul's Model 8)

    One game to go, Paulo needs a 1-1 for a draw, Paul needs 2-0 City win to win, anything else and Longy wins.

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    1. *...looks around in closet for a 1994 orange away kit to distract Paul with, as I cheer on Longy's impending victory...*

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    2. That was an amazing kit, grey white and orange bits sponsored by Coors.

      Useless trivia - Son Gary worked on the recent Jean Claude Van Damme Coors advert, and told me that Van Damme was a nightmare, taking forever to remember his lines :)

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    3. My friends in the film biz in Vancouver would concur.

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  16. Week 34 Final Scores (13 Games)
    Longy 11, Paul 10, Paulo 9, Biopunk 8, Lee 7,
    (Lawro 3, Lawro's Guest One 5, Lawro's Guest Two 3, Paul's Model 8)

    Congrats to Longy :)

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