Saturday, 22 September 2012

Premier League Review

Premier League Review

Saturday 22nd September
Swansea v Everton   KO 12:45
Everton moved up to second in the table with a convincing 3-0 away win at Swansea. Everton have lost only once this season and are still to concede in the first half this season. Swansea have lost their last 2 and have not scored in either of them.
Swansea : 9th
Everton : 2nd
Prediction 1-2 : Result 0-3

Chelsea v Stoke   KO 15:00
Chelsea stay top after a 1-0 win at Stoke. Stoke held out for 85 mins before Ashley Cole scored his first of the season. Chelsea are still unbeaten and have a 100% record at home. They are yet to concede in the second half of a game. Stoke are still to win the season (drawing 4 and losing 1).
Chelsea : 1st
Stoke : 13th
Prediction 3-0 : Result 1-0

Southampton v Aston Villa   KO 15:00
Southampton move off the bottom and out of the bottom 3 with their first points of the season after a 4-1 against Villa. Southampton looked to be heading for a 5th successive defeat after going 1-0 down (and have yet to keep a clean sheet), but 4 second half goals won the game. Villa are still with an away win.
Southampton : 17th
Aston Villa : 14th
Prediction 0-1 : Result 4-1

West Brom v Reading   KO 15:00
West Brom are up to 3rd after a 1-0 win at home to Reading. West Brom have a 100% home record and have yet to concede at home. Reading drop to the bottom with only 1 point from their first 4 games.
West Brom : 3rd
Reading : 20th
Prediction 2-1 : Result 1-0

West Ham v Sunderland   KO 15:00
West Ham and Sunderland played out a 1-1 draw. The Hammers have now drawn their last 2 and Sunderland have drawn all 4 games this season. This was the first goal West Ham have conceded at home and their last minute equaliser was the first second half goal this season. Fletcher has now scored all of Sunderland's league goals this season (4), but have still to score in the first half.
West Ham : 8th
Sunderland : 12th
Prediction 1-0 : Result 1-1

Wigan v Fulham   KO 15:00
Fulham are up to fourth after a 2-1 win away at Wigan. This was Fulham's first away win of the season whilst Wigan are yet to win at home. This was the first second half goal Fulham have conceded whilst Wigan have yet to keep a clean sheet at home
Wigan : 15th
Fulham : 4th
Prediction 1-2 : Result 1-2

All will change tomorrow with what is a proper Super Sunday, 4 games with two crackers (Liverpool v Man  Utd and Man City v Arsenal). Table below:

3West Brom5311310
5Man Utd430159
7Man City422038
8West Ham522118
14Aston Villa5113-44

Check out our websiteFootball Stats
Check us out on Facebook here
Follow us on Twitter

No comments:

Post a comment