Thursday, 19 April 2018

Predictions For Premier League Gameweek 35

It’s that time of the week again when I attempt to predict the outcomes of the upcoming Premier League games. I didn’t do too well again last week with only four correct predictions and 10 incorrect as my demise in my predictions league continued. Here’s a look at how the top five in that league stands.

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Saturday April 21

West Bromwich Albion v Liverpool 

4.30pm BST, The Hawthorns, Birmingham

West Brom shocked everybody by winning 1-0 away to United last week and handing the title to City, but they’re still certain to be relegated. They have won less games and taken less points at home than any other team, but they have scored in their last seven home games. They have taken four points from two games since the departure of Alan Pardew, but even maximum points from their last four games probably won’t be enough to keep them up and no other team has scored less goals.

Both Jay Rodriguez and Salomon Rondon have done well for fantasy managers in recent weeks, but this might not be the game to choose them.

Liverpool won fairly comfortably at home to Bournemouth last week and they look almost certain to finish in the top four. They have only won once in their last three away games, but only City have scored more goals on the road. They have taken 23 points from their last 10 games and only City have scored more goals.

With a huge game on Tuesday night Liverpool could be tempted to rest some of their players, but Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino are very good options if they play.

Despite Liverpool probably resting some players I still think they will manage a narrow victory.

Prediction: 1-2

Watford v Crystal Palace

3pm BST, Vicarage Road, Watford

Watford lost 1-0 to a late goal at Huddersfield last week, but they’re safe from relegation with not too much left to play for. They have only taken one point in their last two home games and no other team has conceded more goals at home, but they have scored in their last 12 games on their own patch. They have only taken one point in their last five games and they failed to score in three of those games with only Stoke conceding more goals.

I can’t see any Watford players to recommend to fantasy managers at the moment.

Palace won 3-2 at home to Brighton last week to move themselves six points clear of the bottom three. They have taken four points in their last two away games and they have scored in their last nine games on the road. They have taken seven points from their last four games and surely they will be safe for another season if they win this game.

I tipped Luka Milivojevic and Wilfried Zaha to do well for fantasy managers last week and they duly obliged and they’re the Palace players most like to make a difference this week too.

This is a game Palace need to get something from in the fight to stay clear of the bottom three and I think they will manage a point.

Prediction: 1-1

Sunday April 22

Arsenal v West Ham United

1.30pm BST, Emirates Stadium, London

Arsenal led at Newcastle last week, but they ended up losing 2-1 and Burnley are closing in behind them in the race for sixth place. They have won their last three home games and scored nine goals in the process with only City scoring more goals and taking more points at home. They have lost six of their last 11 games and have conceded a lot more goals than the rest of the top six.

With the first leg of their Europa League semi final on Thursday night Arsenal might rest some of their players, but Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will play as he is ineligible in Europe and he’s the Arsenal player to have for fantasy managers.

West Ham left it late on Monday night, but their last minute equaliser against Stoke might just have been enough to keep them up. They have only taken one point in their last four away games and they conceded 12 goals in those games with no other team conceding more goals away from home. They are unbeaten in their last three games and any points they can get from this game would be a huge boost, but only Stoke and Watford have conceded more goals.

Marco Arnautovic is the West Ham player to have for fantasy managers and he might just do well against a dodgy Arsenal defence.

Despite the distraction of their big game on Thursday night and West Ham’s urgent need for points I still think Arsenal will just about manage a win in this game.

Prediction: 2-1

Stoke City v Burnley 

1.30pm BST, bet365 Stadium, Stoke

Stoke looked to have managed a badly needed win on Monday night, but a last minute West Ham goal denied them and relegation now looks almost a certainty. They have only taken two points from their last five home games with only Watford and Bournemouth conceding more goals at home. They haven’t won in 10 games and they failed go score in four of those games with no other team conceding more goals.

Xherdan Shaqiri is still the Stoke player to have for fantasy managers as they continue in vain to avoid the drop.

Burnley won 2-1 at home to Leicester last week, but their midweek defeat at home to Chelsea meant they didn’t move above Arsenal into sixth place. Only the top five have taken more points away from home with only City conceding less goals on their travels and they have won their last three away games. They had won five in a row before the defeat against Chelsea, but only five teams have scored less goals and only the top two have conceded less.

Chris Wood has been in very good form for fantasy managers recently and is certainly worth considering.

I think Burnley will get a narrow win to move Stoke one step closer to the Championship.

Prediction: 0-1

Manchester City v Swansea City

4.30pm BST, Etihad Stadium, Manchester

City won 3-1 away to Spurs last week and United’s defeat the next day saw them crowned Premier League champions. They lost their last home game after winning the previous 14 and they’re the top scorers at home, but three other teams have conceded less goals at home. They have won six of their last seven games and they have won more games and scored more goals than any other team.

I assume City will play their strongest team as they chase so many Premier League records which should make David Silva, Gabriel Jesus, Raheem Sterling, Kevin de Bruyne and Leroy Sane great options for fantasy managers.

Swansea came from behind to get a 1-1 draw at home to Everton last week and that point moved them five points clear of the bottom three with five games to play. They haven’t won in six away games, but they did draw four of those games with only Brighton and West Brom scoring less goals away from home. They haven’t won in four games and they failed to score in two of those games with no other team scoring less goals.

With Jordan Ayew back from suspension he could do well for fantasy managers, buy maybe not in this game.

I can’t see anything other than a comprehensive City victory in this game.

Prediction: 3-0

Monday April 23

Everton v Newcastle United

8pm BST, Goodison Park, Liverpool

Everton led at Swansea last week, but they had to settle for a 1-1 draw and eighth place will be the best they can do this season. Only the big six teams have more home points and goals, but they have only taken one point from their last two home games. They haven’t won in their last three games and they have conceded more goals than any other team in the top half of the table.

Cenk Tosun is still the Everton player most likely to succeed for fantasy managers despite not scoring in the last few games.

Newcastle came from behind to win 2-1 at home to Arsenal last week and they will be in the Premier League again next season. They have only lost twice in their last seven away games and only seven teams have taken more points away from home. They have won their last four games and have three clean sheets in their last seven games as they have found scoring goals a little easier over the last few months.

Both Ayoze Perez and Kenedy are looking good for fantasy managers at the moment and are certainly worth considering.

I think this will be a very close game with a draw probably the most likely outcome.

Prediction: 1-1

That’s it for this week.

See you next week.

Monday, 16 April 2018

Arsenal Lose To Newcastle As Seventh Place Looms

The deja vu feeling reared it’s ugly head again for Arsenal yesterday when they lost 2-1 to Newcastle. Like so many times already this season (Watford, Bournemouth and Swansea) we took the lead away to a team at the wrong end of the table and ended up losing. We have only won three of our 16 away games this season and we have lost nine of them.

To make matters even worse it was our fifth away defeat in a row in the league which is our worst run away from home in 34 years. Burnley are only two points behind us and will move ahead of us into sixth place if they beat Chelsea on Thursday night. That might seem like an unlikely scenario, but they have won their last five games and Chelsea might just have their minds on their FA Cup semi final against Southampton next Sunday.

We are the only team in the four leagues in England without a point away from home since the turn of the year. The Premier League season doesn’t run to the calendar year though, but it’s still a harsh statistic. It makes you wonder exactly what Arsene Wenger has to do to make those who are in charge actually consider removing him from his post.

Up to now I have thought the best thing for the club would be for him to realise the job is beyond him and walk away. I know he has never walked away from any contact and he’s not going to change that, but I had hoped against hope that he would come to his senses. It has now reached the stage where the club have to take control and remove him from his position at the end of the season regardless of how our attempts to win the Europa League pan out.

Speaking of which the thought that we can somehow beat Atletico Madrid over two legs seems laughable at this stage. They are a team that know how to defend and while they might not be a thrill a minute to watch they look ideally suited to making our semi final as painful as the Champions League semi final was against United in 2009. I can’t see us holding them at home or away and our only hope is to outscore them over the two legs, but we will have to go a long way to score away to a team who haven’t conceded a home goal in 10 games.

We might have had a sub strength team yesterday after the trip to Moscow on Thursday night, but the team we had out there was good enough to win and particularly after we had taken the lead. Newcastle didn’t even have to do an awful lot to get back into the game as we handed them the goals with yet more individual mistakes. Our ability to self harm is unbelievable and nobody has a clue how to change it.

When the manager tells us after the game that he can’t understand it and the players are lacking confidence away from home because of the run of results it’s hard to take. It’s his job to prepare them for games and instill the required confidence and belief in them. He is the man who told us there is no reason for the difference in results for a team away from home compared to at home and yet his team is the one with the biggest disparity in those results.

I don’t normally like to single players out, but Shkodran Mustafi is having a torrid time at the moment. He seems to have a huge part in almost every goal we give away and he seems incapable of learning from his mistakes. I think he ideally likes to attack that ball from distance and win challenges, but when it goes wrong for him the whole team suffers.

With Laurent Koscielny nursing an injury which is severely limiting his playing time and will do even more so going forward I imagine we are left with Mustafi as our senior central defender. He should be the one leading by example and telling others what to do, but the way he is playing he should really be on the bench. We don’t appear to have enough defensive options and I wonder if Nacho Monreal could be played centrally again with Sead Kolasinac getting a game on the left.

For me we just haven’t invested properly in our defence (or goalkeepers for that matter) and we are paying the price. The money was there last summer, but we got a left back on a free transfer and the manager doesn’t trust him enough to play him now anyway. I think it’s more than just the players faults though and I cannot see how the same mistakes could be made game after game if they were being coached properly or believed in the coaching they were getting.  

We were on a very good run before yesterday, but that was disguised by five of the last seven games being at home and the away games being in the Europa League where our away form is the opposite of what it is in the Premier League. With the Europa League so important to us now we could be set for more Premier League horror shows and finishing seventh is a very real possibility. We still have to visit United, Leicester and Huddersfield and it’s difficult to see where our next away point will come from.

We have to play at home to Burnley too and the result of that game could have a huge bearing on our final league position. For the sixth or seventh richest club in the world to finish seventh in their own league is almost laughable, but it’s a very real possibility. Other clubs among the current elite of English football have suffered the same or similar fates in recent seasons and the common outcome was the manager was shown the door.

We had our worst season ever under Wenger in terms of our league position last season, but that will be surpassed this season without doubt. When his contract was renewed last summer the talk was of strengthening and building for the future and looking to get back into the hallowed top four. We will spectacularly miss that target and while the Europa League might help us achieve the Champions League goal it’s impossible to believe this is a team or club that is building for the future or progressing. The only way we will progress is with a new man at the helm with new ideas to depart to the players and the sooner it happens the better. I’m not sure what the catalyst for that change will be, but it is coming and it’s only a matter of time and possibly how low we can go before it happens.

That’s it for today.

See you tomorrow.

Friday, 13 April 2018

Predictions For Premier League Gameweek 34

It’s that time of the week again when I attempt to predict the outcomes of the upcoming Premier League games. I did very badly last week with only two correct predictions and eight incorrect, but at this stage I’m not going to win my predictions league anyway. Here’s a look at how the top five in that league stands.

Just a note for fantasy managers to remind them eight teams play twice this week and their players are at a premium. All of those teams don’t play next week though with the exception of Burnley and the trick is to strike a balance in your team. Those who have played their chips in the best possible way will look to gain a real advantage over the last five weeks of the season.

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 3 (2) immycader 
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Saturday April 14

Southampton v Chelsea

12.30pm BST, St. Mary's Stadium, Southampton

Southampton led at Arsenal last week, but they ended up losing 3-2 and they’re still in the bottom three with games running out. Only West Brom have taken less points at home than Southampton and they haven’t won in their last eight home games. They have only won once in 19 games and no other team has drawn more games.

With Charlie Austin back from his latest injury and Southampton playing twice this week he might just be a player to interest fantasy managers.

Chelsea led at home to West Ham last week, but they had to settle for a point as they lost even more ground on the top four. They have lost their last three away games, but only City have conceded less goals away from home. They’ve only won twice in their last eight games and they have scored less goals than the rest of the top six.

Chelsea are one of the eight teams playing twice this week and their players have to be seriously considered by fantasy managers, but they are struggling badly at the moment.

Southampton need to get some points from their two games this week before their FA Cup semi final which is also against Chelsea, but I think Chelsea will just about take the three points in this game.

Prediction: 1-2

Burnley v Leicester City

3pm BST, Turf Moor, Burnley

Burnley won 2-1 away to Watford last week to stay five points behind sixth placed Arsenal with six games to play. They have only won six of their 15 home games and no other team has scored less goals at home. They have won their last four games, but they are the lowest scorers in the top half of the table.

With two games this week and a game next week Burnley players are at a premium for fantasy managers with Ashley Barnes, Chris Wood and their defenders and keeper all worth considering.

Leicester lost 2-1 at home to Newcastle last week and it now looks like eighth place will be the best they can do. They won their last two away games and scored six goals in those games and only the top four have scored more away goals. Their defeat last week was only their third defeat in 11 games and they haven’t failed to score in their last nine games.

Both Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy are very good options for fantasy managers with two games this week, but it has to be remembered they don’t play next week.

Both teams need to win this game in their quest to secure a Europa League place for next season and I think we will probably see the spoils shared.

Prediction: 1-1

Crystal Palace v Brighton And Hove Albion

3pm BST, Selhurst Park, London

Palace led twice at Bournemouth last week, but they had to settle for a point in the end and they’re only three points above the bottom three. Only West Brom and Southampton have taken less points at home and they have only won once in their last seven home games. They have only won once in their last 10 games and they only kept one clean sheet in those 10 games.

Luka Milivojevic and Wilfried Zaha are the two Palace players who could make a difference for fantasy managers.

Brighton led at home to Huddersfield last week, but they had to settle for a draw in the end too. They haven’t won in their last nine away games and they failed to score in seven of those games with only Stoke and West Brom taking less points on the road and no other team scoring less away goals. They haven’t won in three games, but they were unbeaten in the previous five and one more win will probably be enough to keep them up, but they have to play all of the top four in their last six games.

With two games this week Brighton players could be on fantasy managers’ radars with Pascsl Gross probably the most likely to perform.

I think Palace will get the win they so desperately need in their attempt to stay clear of the bottom three.

Prediction: 2-0

Huddersfield Town v Watford 

3pm BST, John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield

Huddersfield came from behind to get a 1-1 draw away to Brighton last week and that point moved them four points above the relegation zone. They have only won once in their last eight home games and they failed to score in half of those games with only Burnley scoring less goals at home. They have only won twice in their last 15 games with no other team scoring less goals and only three teams conceding more. 

I can’t see any Huddersfield players to recommend to fantasy managers.

Watford lost 2-1 at home to Palace last week, but the nine points they have to spare over the bottom three should be more than enough to keep them up. They have only taken one point in their last nine away games and they have failed to score in their last five on the road. They have only taken one point in their last four games with only Stoke conceding more goals.

Like Huddersfield I can’t see any Watford players to recommend to fantasy managers although I do think Will Hughes might have something to offer.

Huddersfield badly need a win in this game in their fight to avoid relegation, but I think they will have to settle for a point.

Prediction: 1-1

Swansea City v Everton 

3pm BST, Liberty Stadium, Swansea

Swansea came from behind to get a 1-1 draw at West Brom last week and they’re now four points above the drop zone. They have won their last four home games and scored nine goals in the process, but only Burnley have scored less goals at home. They have only lost twice in their last 10 games, but no other team has scored less goals.

There’s every chance of Swansea keeping a clean sheet in this game and Lukasz Fabianski is the most likely player to benefit fantasy managers if they do.

Everton drew 0-0 at home to a Liverpool with bigger things on their minds last week and they still hold out hope of catching Leicester to finish eighth. They won their last away game after losing the previous five with only West Ham and Stoke conceding more away goals. They have been very inconsistent this season and that’s mainly down to their poor away record and a defence which has seen only four other teams concede more goals.

Cenk Tosun is the Everton player most likely to score points for fantasy managers.

I can’t see too many goals in this game, but I think Swansea might just get the better of proceedings.

Prediction: 1-0

Liverpool v Bournemouth 

5.30pm BST, Anfield, Liverpool

Liverpool drew 0-0 at Everton last week as they rested players for their Champions League game against City. They’re the only team still unbeaten at home while only United and Spurs have conceded less goals at home, but only the bottom two have drawn more home games. Only City have lost less games and scored more goals, but their minds could be elsewhere with their top four place almost certain and a Champions League semi final coming up.

With Mohamed Salah back from injury he’s by far the best choice in the Liverpool team for fantasy managers while both Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino are pretty good bets too.

Bournmouth twice came from behind to get a draw at home to Palace last week and their Premier League status has to be secure for another season. They have only lost once in their last six away games, but they did draw four of those games. They have only lost twice in their last 14 games and they scored in each of those games, but only four teams have conceded more goals. 

If he’s fit to play I think Junior Stanislas is probably the Bournemouth player most likely to do well for fantasy managers in their two games this week.

I think Liverpool should win with s couple of goals at least to spare as they continue to chase second place before their Champions League semi final.

Prediction: 3-1

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City

7.45pm BST, Wembley Stadium, London

Spurs just about managed to win 2-1 at Stoke last week and they’re only behind third placed Liverpool on goal difference with a goal in hand. They are unbeaten at home since losing their first home game of the season and only United have conceded less home goals. They have won their last six games and scored 13 goals in the process with only the top two conceding less goals.

With an extra game this week Harry Kane is at a premium for fantasy managers while Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli, Heung-Min Son and their defenders and keeper are all worth considering too even if this isn’t the easiest match to start the week off.

City led 2-0 at home to United last week and looked to have the title sewn up, but they somehow managed to lose 3-2 and they followed it up by going out of the Champions League in midweek. No other team has taken more points or scored more goals on the road and they have only lost one away game so far. Before losing to United they had taken 22 points from their previous eight games and scored 21 goals in those games with a host of Premier League records still available for them to set.

Despite the defeat to United last week players like Leroy Sane, Raheem Sterling, David Silva, Sergio Aguero and Kevin de Bruyne are all very good buys for fantasy managers and particularly now that they only have Premier League games left to play.

I think this will be a very close game and I have a feeling City will lose their fourth game in a row in all competitions.

Prediction: 2-1

Sunday April 15

Newcastle United v Arsenal 

1.30pm BST, St. James' Park, Newcastle

Newcastle won 2-1 away to Leicester last week to move 10 points above the bottom three and virtually assure their Premier League survival. They have won their last three home games without conceding a goal and they are unbeaten in six games on their own patch. They have won their last three games and only lost two of their last 12 with only six teams conceding less goals.

Kenedy still looks like the Newcastle player most likely to gain some points for fantasy managers.

Arsenal came back from 1-0 down to win 3-2 at home to Southampton last week and they’re only three points behind fifth placed Chelsea. They have only won three of their 15 away games and they have lost their last four on the road. They have won five and lost five of their last 10 games and they have conceded a lot more goals than the rest of the top six.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is almost certain to start all of Arsenal’s Premier League games as they rest others for Europa League action and he has done really well for fantasy managers since joining them in January.

Newcastle will make things very difficult for an Arsenal team who have struggled away from home, but I think Arsenal will just edge it.

Prediction: 1-2

Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion

4pm BST, Old Trafford, Manchester

United came from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at City last week and that win strengthened their grip on second place. Only City have taken more points at home and no other team has conceded less goals at home while they have won their last five home games and kept clean sheets in four of the last six. They have won their last five games and nine of their last 11 with only City conceding less goals.

With two games against teams who concede a lot of goals this week Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez and United’s defenders and keeper all look like very good choices for fantasy managers.

West Brom led at home to Swansea last week, but they had to settle for a point and they’re 10 points from safety with five games left with relegation a certainty at this stage. They haven’t won in their last 15 away games with only Brighton scoring less goals away from home. They have only won once in their last 31 games, but at least their draw last week put an end to a run of eight consecutive defeats.

I can’t see any West Brom players to recommend to fantasy managers despite Salomon Rondon bring in good form at the moment.

I can’t see anything other than a comprehensive United victory in this game.

Prediction: 3-0

Monday April 16

West Ham United v Stoke City

8pm BST, London Stadium, London

West Ham got a very good point at Chelsea last week to move six points clear of the bottom three. They have taken 11 points from their last six home games and another three points in this game could be enough to keep them up. They have only won twice in their last nine games with only Stoke conceding more goals.

Marco Arnautovic is the West Ham player to have for fantasy managers at the moment.

Stoke lost 2-1 at home to Spurs last week and they’re now four points adrift of seventeenth place with only five games left to play. They haven’t won in their last 11 away games and only West Ham have conceded more goals away from home. They haven’t won in nine games and they failed to score in four of those games with no other team conceding more goals.

If Stoke are to have any chance of avoiding the drop then Xherdan Shaqiri is the man who will get the goals for them and the points for fantasy managers.

This is a huge game for both teams and I think West Ham will take the three points which will probably condemn Stoke to relegation.

Prediction: 2-0

Tuesday April 17

Brighton And Hove Albion v Tottenham Hotspur

7.45pm BST, AMEX Stadium, Brighton

Brighton play for the second time this week and a win in either game would surely be enough to see them avoid the drop. Only seven teams have taken more home points than Brighton and they have taken 10 points from their last five home games.

Despite having two games this week Brighton players will do well to make a difference for fantasy managers when you see the games they are playing.

Spurs play their second game of the week too and they will find Brighton an easier opponent than City. They have won their last four away games and are unbeaten in eight on the road with only City taking more points on their travels.

As I said previously Harry Kane could be an excellent choice for fantasy managers as he looks to catch Mohamed Salah in the race for the golden boot.

I think Spurs will continue their impressive run by taking all three points in this game.

Prediction: 0-2

Wednesday April 18

Bournemouth v Manchester United

7.45pm BST, Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth

Bournemouth play their second tough game of the week and they will do well to get anything from United or Liverpool. They have only lost once in their last eight home games and they scored 16 goals in those eight games.

Bournemouth might have two games this week, but it’s difficult for fantasy managers to select their players when those games are against Liverpool and United.

United play for the second time this week and they have the chance to close the gap at the top of the table even if they’re not going to catch City, but more importantly they can move further ahead of the teams chasing them for second place. They have won their last two away games and they scored six goals in those two games, but it’s the points they have dropped away from home which have seen them miss out on a real title challenge.

United’s players should be looking to get plenty of goals in the two games they have this week and they are very attractive to fantasy managers.

I think United should win this game with a couple of goals to spare.

Prediction: 1-3

Thursday April 19

Burnley v Chelsea 

7.45pm BST, Turf Moor, Burnley

Burnley play their second home game of the week and they have the chance to close in on sixth place if they can do well in one or both of these games. 

Despite the relatively few goals they have conceded Burnley haven’t kept too many clean sheets in recent weeks and the two games they have could make it difficult for their attacking players to make an impact for fantasy managers.

Chelsea play their second away game of the week and they could be tempted to rest players ahead of their FA Cup semi final as fourth place now looks beyond them.

The indecision over the team Chelsea will select makes it difficult to recommend their players to fantasy managers this week even with two games.

With that FA Cup game on their minds Chelsea might struggle in this game and I wouldn’t be surprised to see it end all square.

Prediction: 1-1

Leicester City v Southampton 

7.45pm BST, King Power Stadium, Leicester

Leicester play for the second time in a week and any hope they have of making the Europa League places depends on them winning both games. They haven’t won in four home games and they have only taken three points more at home than they have on their travels.

Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez are difficult to ignore for fantasy managers this week when you consider the opposition in their two games.

Southampton play for the second time this week, but they can’t afford to rest any players ahead of their FA Cup semi final with a relegation dog fight their number one priority. They have only won two of their 16 away games and they conceded nine goals in losing their last three away games.

As I said already Charlie Austin is a possibility for fantasy managers this week, but he is incredibly injury prone too.

I think this will be a close game, but Southampton’s woes will continue with yet another defeat.

Prediction: 2-1

That’s it for this week.

See you next week.