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Andy Gray: Wins for Manchester City, Chelsea and Swansea in this 2/1 treble

I'm looking at City, Chelsea and Swansea all to win this weekend while Eden Hazard, Wilfried Bony and Bafetimbi Gomis all step up to score

by Andy Gray | October 16, 2015

Andy’s 2/1 Treble 

Chelsea win @ 4/11

Man City win @ 1/3

Swansea win @ 21/20

 

Andy’s 27/1 anytime goalscorer acca

Hazard score @ 13/8

Bony score @ 10/11

Walcott score @ evens

Gomis score @ 9/5

Spurs v Liverpool, Saturday 12:45

I think there’ll be goals in this one. I know that Spurs have only conceded three goals at home and Liverpool have only conceded four away from home so maybe we shouldn’t be looking at goals, but I’ve a feeling it’ll be a score draw. It’s a difficult one because I think that if Liverpool didn’t change managers I’d be backing Spurs, but I feel that the new manager factor will work in their favour. I’m going for a very exciting start to the day with a 2-2 draw.

Nacer Chadli is a guy who tends to get a few goals over the course of the season, but the best bets for any Spurs fans are Kane and Eriksen. Liverpool will have to wait and see the team that Klopp picks. Daniel Sturridge or Christen Benteke for Liverpool are the best punts depending on who starts.

Everton v Man United, Saturday 15:00

I’m going for Everton. I think that United were very badly thumped at Arsenal two weeks ago and that will have hurt them. That may be a bad result for Everton because I think United are better than that, but I do think the way Everton finished against Liverpool was very good. The second half was positive. They can take the game to United, they can get at them, they can cause them problems and I think they can win the game.

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Rooney may still be out with his injury. A lot will depend on Martial and Memphis Depay has been awful since he came in. He’s hardly lasted a game and he’s taken off after 45 minutes nearly every time. I think United might nick one, but I’m going for 2-1 to the Toffees. Lukaku to score first against a weak United defence at 6/1 is a great bet.

Man City v Bournemouth, Saturday 15:00

City will have too much power for Bournemouth. It could be like the Newcastle game where they get ahead and just blow them apart. Even without Aguero they have so many good players and it’s time for Wilfried Bony to step up and be counted.

Chelsea v Villa, Saturday 15:00

If Villa were playing with confidence I would fancy them to get a result, but they aren’t playing with confidence so I’m going for a comfortable 2-0 win for Chelsea. Eden Hazard is due a goal. Eight games in and we haven’t had Hazard to score a goal yet. I don’t know if he’ll get the first or second, but Eden Hazard for an anytime goal.

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Watford v Arsenal, Saturday 17:30

I think it’s a really good game for Arsenal after United. They should be too strong for Watford. Sanchez has broken his duck, Walcott has established himself as the first choice striker. Oxlade-Chamberlain scored for England. All the big players Ozil, Ramsey and Cazorla all contributed for their national teams.

They’ll be full of confidence and I can see Arsenal winning something like 2-0. If he starts Giroud back Giroud. If he starts Walcott back Walcott. Ramsey scored for Wales and he’s one of those when he gets one he gets a few so don’t be afraid to have a flutter on Ramsey to score first.

Newcastle v Norwich, Sunday 16:00

As soon as Man City scored Newcastle collapsed immediately and that will concern Steve McClaren. They have one win all season and that was in a Capital One Cup game against Southampton. They’re not great at home so I’m going to go for a Norwich away win in this one.

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I don’t think they’re a great side, but I think that they’ll take advantage of an insecure Newcastle team. They had a really bad result at Leicester last time out so I think they can make it up with a win at Newcastle. Nathen Redmond might not start, but if the games tight he’s always a player who looks to get a goal.

Swansea v Stoke, Monday 20:00

I’m going for a tight 1-0 win for the Swans. I don’t think there’ll be a lot of goals. I don’t think Stoke have enough firepower in the side to get anything up the other end. Gomis is due a goal and is the best punt to score the only goal of the game. It’s time the big man to step up to the plate. He hasn’t scored since the United game in August so he might be worth a few penny’s.

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