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Andy Gray: Liverpool, Arsenal and Man United all pique my interest for this 2/1 acca

I fancy Liverpool to end their bad run, Giroud to lead a 23/1 goalscorer acca and United to win at home

by Andy Gray | September 25, 2015

Andy’s 2/1 Treble

Liverpool to win @ 4/9

Arsenal to win @ 5/6

Man United to win @ 2/9

Andy’s 23/1 Anytime Goalscorer Acca

Giroud @ 11/10

Rooney @ 8/11

Sakho @ 13/8

Lukaku @ 8/5

Spurs v Man City, Saturday 12:45

I’m looking at a draw for this one . Spurs were good against Crystal Palace and Man City were anything but against West Ham. They battered West Ham in the second half and didn’t get a goal. In most games they would have. I look at it and think can Spurs win it? Maybe not. City to win away from home? Maybe not.

A 1-1 draw is the best bet I have for this game with Kevin De Bruyne to get the first goal of the game. He’s been playing well and when he’s put him in he’s scored. De Bruyne is better value then someone like Aguero.

Leicester v Arsenal, Saturday 15:00

You don’t want to be going to Leicester. They are strong at home and have a great start to the season, but I think Arsenal will win this one. They might not be great against the likes off Man City, Man United or Chelsea, but against the smaller teams they are as good as anyone when it comes to beating them.


Leicester have been brilliant this season so far and have had the standout player of the league in Mahrez. They beat Stoke and Aston Villa who I backed to win, but Arsenal will be fresh after resting players midweek and I’m going for a 3-1.

Liverpool v Aston Villa, Saturday 15:00

I think the nature of being Liverpool manager put’s you under pressure. I think spending £300 million puts you under extra pressure and Brendan Rogers knows that. A really poor performance against Norwich was followed by another really poor performance against Carlisle in midweek.

I never thought I’d be saying this when we’re only in October, but this is a must win game for Liverpool. They’ve had winnable games at home. Barely got by Bournemouth, nearly lost to Norwich and the loss to West Ham. Liverpool have to win this game. I’m backing a tight 1-0 win for Liverpool.

Newcastle v Chelsea, Saturday 17:30

I can’t see anything, but a Chelsea win in this game. You can’t just turn confidence on and off like a tap. When I look at this Newcastle team I see a team lacking in confidence and lacking in belief. They are searching for a win and that’s not the way to be when you face Chelsea. Chelsea have lost Costa to suspension, but they have Loic Remy who used to play at St. James’ Park and Radamel Falcao to step in. A 2-0 win for Chelsea is my bet for this one.

    Watford v Crystal Palace, Sunday 16:00

    Watford are tough to beat at home. A draw is a good, good bet for any punters who want to be a little but safe with their money. If this was at Selhurst Park I’d be all over Palace. Watford are at home, but I’m going to go for a tight 1-0 win for Palace away from home. If you want a bit of value for the first goalscorer then look no further than Yohan Cabaye. He scored a great goal on his debut and his free kicks are lethal.

    West Brom v Everton, Monday 20:00

    Everton’s away form has been very good so far this season. They are unbeaten so far. I know they’ve only played three games, but they are still unbeaten and are yet to concede. West Brom have had trouble at home, but they’ve played some big teams at home.


    I fancy a draw in this one. I think it might be a 2-2 score draw. It’s going to be an exciting game and I think Romelu Lukaku will net at some time in the game. Tony Pulis will think that this is a game that they can win and Roberto Martinez will be looking at a point in this game. A point will be a good result for both these sides.

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