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Andy Gray : Arsenal, Everton, Man City and West Brom to bring this 33/1 anytime accumulator home

I'm banking on home comforts being enough to pocket a 15/4 treble

by David Kent | December 18, 2015

My treble this week is West Brom, Manchester United and Chelsea all to win their home games, that’ll come in at 15/4 to put a bit of cash in your pocket ahead of Christmas. But if you want a real moneymaker, back Romelu Lukaku, Salomon Rondon,Kevin De Bruyne and Olivier Giroud all to score which comes in at 33/1

Arsenal vs Man City – 20:00 – Monday – Sky Sports 1

This game could define both of these sides’ season. We’re going to get a very open game, a real shootout. I’m gonna go for a high scoring draw. Sergio Aguero is back, and he’s a massive player to have back for a big game. He’s up against the form striker in Olivier Giroud, what a season he is having

Andy’s bet : A 2-2 draw for me, with Giroud to put Arsenal ahead at

Newcastle vs Aston Villa – 5:30 Saturday – Sky Sports 1


I’ve got a funny feeling that Villa might win this. Steve McClaren has pulled some great results out to save his job, but Newcastle are suddenly expecting to be favourites, and that’s why the Villains are dangerous. Jack Grealish is pobabl their best player, he is key. I’m backing them to win narrowly

Andy’s bet : Aston Villa to win 1-0 at , with Rudy Gustede to score the only goal

Watford vs Liverpool – 13:30- Sunday – Sky Sports 1

If you take the names of the clubs, it’s a Liverpool win. If it wasn’t Leicester, we’d all be talking about Watford’s season. Deeney and Ighalo are happy and playing well. Liverpool are hot and cold, so I’m going to back a draw here

Andy’s bet : A 1-1 draw, I think Liverpool will score first through Benteke at

Swansea vs West Ham – 16:00 – Sunday – Sky Sports 1

Swansea played really well last week and were very unlucky. I think they’ll win this weekend, West Ham seem to be struggling, but they were better against Stoke. But the Welsh side have been improving in performances.

Andy’s bet : Swansea to win 2-0 at , with Gomis to score first

Southampton vs Spurs -3pm Saturday – Setanta Sports

Spurs will want to return to form after that poor result last week, the way to do that is to go away to a difficult place and play well, but this is tricky. Koeman has his team on the right track, a score draw is on the cards.

Andy’s bet : A 1-1 draw suits with Sadio Mane first to score at

Chelsea vs Sunderland – 3pm Saturday

Whoever picks the team has a big decision about who to change. I would make 2 or 3 changes myself. Allardyce would’ve been disappointed with the news of Mourinho’s sacking, but his side won’t change tactics. I still think Chelsea will win at home though

Andy’s bet : Chelsea to win at , with under 2.5 goals

Everton vs Leicester – 3pm Saturday


Leicester can lead the league at Christmas if they avoid defeat in their next two games. That is bonkers. But I think Everton are good enough at home to beat them. They somehow drew at Norwich last week, but back to winning ways on Saturday

Andy’s bet : Everton to win at

Man United vs Norwich – 3pm Saturday 

United are the only team unbeaten at home, and it’ll stay that way. Maybe not as strongly as people think though

Andy’s bet : Man United to win 2-0 at

Stoke vs Crystal Palace – 3pm Saturday

Mark Hughes (pic: Inpho)

I think that this is a really great game on paper. Palace have been great away from home, but we all know about Stoke’s record at the Brittania. Stoke, just

Andy’s bet : Stoke and both teams to score at

West Brom vs Bournemouth – 3pm Saturday

Even though Bournemouth have beaten Chelsea and Man United back to back, I can’t see them winning in the Hawthorns

Andy’s bet : West Brom to win at


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