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Andy Gray: Arsenal and Manchester City will be tight but Liverpool and Chelsea should win with ease

Andy Gray goes head to head with the most popular bets of Paddy Power punters

by Sean Goff | September 11, 2014

After three weeks of pitting Andy Gray’s predictions against the most popular bets of the Paddy Power punters and asking ‘Are You* Smarter Than Andy Gray? (You plural)’, you’ve finally started to land a few body shots ahead of week four.

Andy Gray 22 – 18 You* (you plural)

It’s getting tighter than the vote for Scottish Independence as the Premier League returns after the international break.

Not withstanding the punting bloodbath that week two threw up – have a look here – you’ve narrowed the gap from a seven-point ‘we’ve no hope of winning the Ryder Cup now’ to a more manageable ‘we’ll still get those Yanks in the singles’ four points.

But now that you’ve finally taken the smug look off Andy’s face – be careful. A bit like the British establishment he can play dirty when under threat.

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Andy’s weekend treble: Chelsea (h v Swansea), Liverpool (h v Villa) and Everton (a v West Brom) @ odds of about 5/2

You say: Chelsea (h v Swansea), Liverpool (h v Villa) and Man Utd (h v QPR) @ odds of about
11/10

ANDY 0 YOU 0 

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Arsenal v Manchester City
The Emirates, Saturday 12.45 – BT Sports 1

Andy says:
I don’t think this will be a sterile start to the weekend. Arsenal are always set up to take the game to their opponents and City go out to win games too and won’t want to lose another after that home defeat to Stoke.

Andy’s bets: Score draw 2-2 | Anytime goalscorer Danny Welbeck

You say: City to win | 1st goalscorer Danny Welbeck

ANDY 1 YOU 0
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Chelsea v Swansea
Stamford Bridge, Saturday 3pm

Andy says:

Chelsea already look like a total team and their performance against Everton. I fancy them strongly to end Swansea’s unbeaten run.

Andy’s bets: Chelsea to win

You say: Chelsea to win

ANDY 1 YOU 1 

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Southampton v Newcastle
St Mary’s, Saturday 3pm

Andy’s bets: Southampton to make home advantage count | Correct score Saints win 2-1

You say: Southampton to win | Moussa Sissoko 1st goalscorer

ANDY 1 YOU 1 

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Sunderland v Tottenham
Stadium of Light, Saturday 3pm

Andy’s bets: A draw

You say:  Tottenham to win

ANDY 1 YOU 0 

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West Brom v Everton
The Hawthorns, Saturday 3pm

Andy’s bets: Everton to win a close game

You say: Everton to win  | Leighton Baines first goalscorer

ANDY 1 YOU 1

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Stoke v Leicester
Britannia Stadium, Saturday 3pm

Andy’s bets: Stoke to win 

You say: Stoke to win

ANDY 0 YOU 0 

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Crystal Palace v Burnley
Selhurst Park, Saturday 3pm

Andy’s bets: Crystal Palace to win 

You say: Crystal Palace to win | B Hangeland anytime goalscorer

ANDY 0 YOU 0

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Liverpool v Aston Villa
Anfield, Saturday 5.30pm – Sky Sports 1

Andy says:
I fancy Liverpool to win this at home as Villa have been a little fortunate in their opening fixtures and face a real test now.

Andy’s bets: Liverpool to win | 1st goalscorer Mario Balotelli

You say: Liverpool to win | 1st goalscorer Mario Balotelli

ANDY 0 YOU 0 

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Man Utd v QPR
Old Trafford, Sunday 4pm – Sky Sports 1

United cannot let the big teams get away from them even in this early part of the season. They need to win and justify the big-money signings quickly.

Andy’s bets: Manchester United win | Radamel Falcao anytime goalscorer

You say: Manchester United win | Rio Ferdinand anytime goalscorer (QPR)

ANDY 1 YOU 1 

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