WMB TV – Episode 38 – Premiership Results

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WMB TV – Episode 38 – Premiership Results

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So who won last week then?


1st Place

Will – 7 Correct tips would have returned £131.60

Will


Everton v Watford
“Watford have failed to score in 8 of their last 10 away Conceded at least 2 goals in their last 3 away Over 2.5 goals scored in 8 of Everton’s last 9 home games” – To keep a clean sheet – Everton

West Bromwich Albion v Chelsea
“Title winning game. Chelsea are undefeated in 26 of their last 29 Over 2.5 goals scored in 9 of Chelsea’s last 10 Scored at least 3 goals in their last 3 West Brom have failed to score in their last 3” – To keep a clean sheet – Chelsea

Manchester City v Leicester City
“Double game week for City. Off the back of a 5-0 thrashing of Palace. ​U​ndefeated in their last 10 home matches ​Leicester have only won 2 games away all season​ Ageuro is still a doubt so Jesus will play. 1 goal and 1 assist since his return.” – To score at any time – Gabriel Jesus

Bournemouth v Burnley
“Could have been a relegation battle but both teams are safe. Burnley have only won 1 game all season away. Bournemouth at home are solid.” – Match Outcome – Bournemouth

Sunderland v Swansea City
“Must win They are already relegated and beat Hull away last week. They could drag Swansea down with them here. Can see Swansea getting frustrated. Could be a red card.” – Match Outcome – Swansea City

Crystal Palace v Hull City
“Hull have failed to win their last 17 away matches ​4 points above Hull​ &​ will secure their place in the Premier League should they avoid defeat” – Match Outcome – Crystal Palace

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United
“Spurs have won 16, drew 2 so far at home this season. Still unbeaten. Man U haven’t scored 1 goal away from home against current top 6 all season.” – Match Outcome – Tottenham Hotspur


 

2nd Place

Tom – 5 Correct tips would have returned £109.80

Tom

Everton v Watford
“Watford have already packed their bags for the summer. Everton have nothing to play for too, but they’re at home and they tend to win at home. Decent odds for this, as Watford are blunt.” – To keep a clean sheet – Everton

Manchester City v Leicester City
“This should be a banker. Man City are usually very open at the back, and Leciester are very good on the counter. They look like a different team under Shakespeare, and it looks like they’re going to finish in the top mental, a few weeks ago there was talk of them getting relegated, mental.” – Both Teams to Score – Yes

Bournemouth v Burnley
“Burnley are safe, so I think they’ll have a bit more license to attack. Bournemouth are always open, and tend to concede even at home. I think they’ll be too strong for Burnley in the end, could see this as 2-1 or even 3-1.” – Bournemouth To Win And Both Teams To Score

Stoke City v Arsenal
“I am keeping this one simple. Arsenal look a lot more solid with three at the back, so I fancy them to nick this. We don’t normally win at Stoke, but this is a very good time to play them as they have nothing to play for! 2-1 or 2-0 to the gooners for me, need Liverpool or City to slip up too!” – Match Outcome – Arsenal

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United
“Keeping this one simple too. United play on Thursday night, so the spuds will be a lot fresher, all United care about now is winning the Europa league. The spuds want this A LOT more, and that is normally telling. Harry Kane will no doubt pop up. I fancy a 1-0 Tottenham.” – Match Outcome – Tottenham Hotspur


 

3rd Place

Olly – 4 Correct tips would have returned £73.90

Olly

Everton v Watford
“Watford have failed to score in 8 of their last 10 away matches. Everton should get back to winning ways here.” – Match Outcome – Everton

Manchester City v Leicester City
“City have failed to win their last 3 league meetings against Leicester, losing the last 2. They are quickly becoming a boggie team for City. Both teams to score should be likely, city will probably edge it.” – Both Teams to Score – Yes

Bournemouth v Burnley
“He has scored 15 goals so far this season and is likely to add to that to a weak Burnley (especially as Keane is a doubt)” – To score at any time – Joshua King

Sunderland v Swansea City
“There have been under 2.5 goals scored in Swansea’s last 5 games. There have also been under 2.5 goals scored in 8 of Sunderland’s last 10 games. LOW SCORING GAME. (1-0 Swansea win I think)” – Total goals – over/under 2.5 – Under