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Premier League preview: QPR v Tottenham

QPR v Tottenham

H2H Comparison: 13-14-16
First round: Tottenham-QPR 4-0

QPR: The stepped better on the terrain in the home game against Arsenal and created opportunities with Zamora, Austin, but did not make them worth. They were also good in the begging of the second half, but with an outbreak of guests after 60th min they found themselves with two goals in their back, despite Green’s efforts to prevent them (64', 69'). Arsenal had few more opportunities to score again and a shot in the post 76th min. After that they risked more and managed to reduce with the usual suspect Austin, who scored his 15th goal of the year in 82th min, but could not help further his team to avoid defeat.


Online Betting League Cup Final: Chelsea v Tottenham

Chelsea v Tottenham

H2H Comparison: 57-33-44
Premier League: Tottenham-Chelsea 5-3
Chelsea-Tottenham 3-0

Chelsea: The Blues could not win Burnley at home in their last game, one of the worst teams in the league, leaving point with the 1-1 draw. They had chances to open the scoring in the first minutes, before finally doing it with Ivanovic in 14th min, but also in many occasions before the interval. In the second half however they lost their orientation, especially after Matić face the red card in 70th min, where he should keep his temper down in a hard tackle he received, allowing thus Burnley to fight back and get the equalizer from a corner kick in the 81th min. In the end things could get even worse if Ings did not miss in tête-à-tête with Courtois. Chelsea enabled Manchester City to close the gap to 5 points, but all of that must left behind for today's final, with Mourinho aiming his first title in his second spell with the Blues.


Pame Stoixima Premier League preview: Manchester United v Sunderland

Manchester United v Sunderland

History: 55-28-36
First round: Sunderland-Manchester United 1-1

Manchester United: The Red Devils may derive from consecutive positive results (one defeat in 19 matches) but not always combined with convincing performances. We expected them to lose sometime and finally it happened in Millennium Stadium to Swansea by 1-2. Ander Herrera stopped the ball just before it passes the line 5 minutes in, had a shot in the post with van Persie in 14th min and finally opened the scoring with a shot from the Spaniard in 28th min. Swansea answered quickly with an equalizer just two minutes later, something that changed the situation. After the interval they lost their rhythm, conceding eventually a second goal in 73'.


Bookmakers Premier League preview: Southampton v Liverpool

Southampton v Liverpool

History: 20-18-37
First round: Liverpool-Southampton 2-1

Southampton: They deserved the victory against West Ham, where they played with a numerical advantage in the last half hour, which they did not take advantage of and stuck in a home 0-0. If they had used in their advantage the games in Saint Mary’s lately (1-1-2) they would not looked Arsenal’s back right now. In overall however they are having an excellent year, thanks mostly to Roland Koeman who created a squad of completely new players in the beginning of the year, but enjoys stability as a team that plays along for many years. Under 2.5 goals 6 of their last 7 games in the league, likewise their last 4 games.


Online gambling Premier League preview: Manchester City v Newcastle

Manchester City v Newcastle

History: 51-32-52
First round: Newcastle-Manchester City 0-2
Capitol One Cup: Manchester City-Newcastle 0-2

Manchester City: The Light Blues were looking for a comeback in Britannia against Stoke, where they definitely wanted to win and avoid falling even further behind Chelsea, having a four games winless raw (0-3-1). From a fine individual effort of Agüero they opened the scoring (33') but got equalized only five minutes later (38'). Eventually, they were dominant in the second half and scored three more goals (Milner 55', Agüero 70' pen., Nasri 76') and got a fair win.