Georgie’s QQ Premiership Predictions

A new year, a new start for clubs in 2016. Arsenal and Leicester City lead the Premiership pack from Manchester City and Spurs.

In the chasing pack, Manchester United will be hoping to score and get back to winning ways after one of the worst month’s in the club’s history in December. Chelsea are away at Crystal Palace and still searching for a win under new manager Guus Hiddink after two draws since Jose Mourinho departed. At the bottom Sunderland face Villa with both QQ clubs looking almost certain to be playing their football in the Championship next season.

Saturday, 2 January 2016

West Ham 1 v Liverpool 0

Arsenal 3 v Newcastle 1

Leicester 2 v Bournemouth 2

Man Utd 1 v Swansea 0

Norwich 1 v Southampton 1

Sunderland 1 v Aston Villa 1

West Brom 1 v Stoke 2

Watford 1 v Man City 2

Sunday, 3 January 2016

Crystal Palace 0 v Chelsea 0

Everton 2 v Tottenham 2

Soccer – Kompany faces fresh lay-off  Manchester City are set to be without skipper Vincent Kompany for a month after boss Manuel Pellegrini confirmed that he has suffered a new calf injury. The 29-year-old Belgium international central defender only returned from an eight-game absence as a substitute in City’s 4-1 Boxing Day win against Sunderland at the Etihad Stadium. However, Kompany only lasted nine minutes before limping off and subsequently missed Tuesday evening’s goalless draw at Leicester City. After the draw, which moved City above Tottenham into third position in the Premier League, three points behind leaders Arsenal and second-placed Leicester, Pellegrini revealed that his influential leader is looking at another spell on the sidelines. He said: “Vincent has an injury, a second degree tear of the calf. “We will see how long he will be out, but I don’t think it will be less than three to four weeks.” City are now 11/8 with bet365 to win the Premier League this season.



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