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  1. Wolves vs Southampton The final game in the schedule for the Premier League this weekend is the 8pm GMT kick-off on Monday night when Wolves host Southampton at Molineux. Both of these teams will have developed aspirations to push for a potential Europa League qualification spot or even better so taking points in games like this against their ambitious rivals will be key for them. Wolves had a stuttering start to their campaign by losing 2 of the first 3 league games but the narrow 1-0 loss to Leicester in their last game before the international break was their first league defeat i
  2. Burnley vs Crystal Palace The first of the double header matches in the Premier League on Monday night comes from Turf Moor when relegation battlers Burnley will look to improve their poor form against an inconsistent Crystal Palace in a 5:30pm GMT kick-off. We could be in for a treat here with both teams understandably feeling confident they can take all 3 points in this one. Burnley will be keen to start building up their points tally after a disappointing start to the season. Sean Dyche's men have only taken 2 points from their first 7 league games so far with only Sheffield Unite
  3. Here are the odds and ratings for this Thursday's Europa League games. Check through them and give us any predictions you have for these matches.
  4. Check out the latest odds and ratings for the Champions League matches coming up. Take a look at the stats and share your predictions with us below!
  5. Liverpool vs Leicester Undoubtedly, the most exciting game of the weekend in the Premier League is coming up at 7:15pm GMT when potential title battlers Liverpool and Leicester go toe-to-toe at Anfield. Can the injury-ravaged hosts somehow find enough to see off a visiting team that have already taken some big scalps this season to move into the front runners in the league table? Liverpool have just been hit by injury blow after injury blow this season. The serious injury to Virgil Van Dijk was just the beginning of their problems. Absentees on top of the Dutch centre back for this g
  6. Leeds vs Arsenal A classic Premier League fixture is coming up at 4:30pm GMT on Sunday afternoon when two former title winners from the past 30 years go head-to-head at Elland Road as Leeds play Arsenal. Both teams will be keen to start getting more points on the board after faltering form over recent weeks. Has the international break given them time to galvanize and get back to winning ways? Leeds are starting to find life in the top flight of English football a little bit trickier over recent weeks. The high intense pressure game that Marcelo Bielsa has instilled within the team l
  7. Sheffield United vs West Ham The second game in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon comes at 2pm GMT when Sheffield United welcome West Ham to Bramall Lane. Before this season started, if you had to pick one of these teams to be rooted to the bottom of the league table then it certainly wouldn't have been the home side. Is this the game where they turn their fortunes around? Sheffield United narrowly missed out on European football last season and even though they're not playing too badly so far they are still rock bottom of the top flight with just 1 point from their 8 league mat
  8. Fulham vs Everton Apologies for this preview going up so last minute guys. I was stuck in a football committee meeting for longer than I anticipated yesterday! The Premier League action comes thick and fast on Sunday with the first game between Fulham and Everton in a 12pm GMT kick-off at Craven Cottage. Both of these teams will be looking for a win here to add much-needed points to their tallies. Fulham are still a team I feel will go down this season. Scott Parker might have dragged his team out of the relegation zone to 17th place but they still only have 4 points from their 8 lea
  9. Brentford are a strange one at the moment. Always in with a shout when you have a 30-goal a season striker like Ivan Toney but this team has so many flaws that they can't always rely on him to bail them out.
  10. Manchester United vs West Brom The final game in the Premier League schedule on Saturday is the 8pm GMT kick-off between Manchester United and West Brom at Old Trafford. These two teams might be worlds apart in terms of their reputations and standing in the global game but at the face value of domestic league action they're both firmly embroiled in a relegation battle right now! Manchester United continue to be the bane of punters all over the world with their current inconsistent form. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is quite rightly coming under fire once again for his team's erratic displays
  11. Good evening everyone! As most of you will know, it's been a challenging few months for everyone connected with the site and forum after the tragic losses of both Paul "Sir Puntalot" Ross and Graham "BillyHills" Sarson. There is no denying that things will never be the same around here without them. The process to find someone to help carry on the fine work that both Paul and Graham had done over the past 20 plus years was going to be a near impossible task but a task we were faced with taking on. I am pleased to announce that we have made the decision to appoint three new individual
  12. Tottenham vs Manchester City The big game of the weekend in the Premier League comes at 5:30pm GMT on Saturday evening when Tottenham will look to make their biggest case of being potential title challengers when they play last year's runners-up Manchester City at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. There is no doubt that the winners of this match will have made a big statement. Tottenham are proving a lot of doubters wrong with their performances so far this season. Jose Mourinho is getting the best out of a lot of his players and has seen his team move to 2nd in the league table. Spurs
  13. Aston Villa vs Brighton The 3pm GMT kick-off in the Premier League isn't exactly one that sets the world alight but could offer some interesting viewing. It's Aston Villa versus Brighton at Villa Park and even though these two teams are currently competing at opposite ends of the league table there's still a feeling that there's not actually that much separating them in terms of quality. Aston Villa started the season so well with 4 wins from their opening 4 league games but back-to-back defeats put a firm end to that form. However, Dean Smith's side got back to winning ways with a r
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