The big game in this weekend’s round of Premier League fixtures sees Liverpool host Chelsea at Anfield in a game that could confirm Liverpool’s first title since 1990. At the bottom Norwich visit Old Trafford to face Manchester United, now under the new management of Ryan Giggs after the sacking of David Moyes earlier this week. West Brom desperately need a win at home against West Ham to avoid being sucked into the relegation mire.
Saturday 26 April 2014
Southampton 1 v Everton 1
Stoke City 2 v Tottenham 1
Fulham 2 v Hull City 1
Swansea City 3 v Aston Villa 0
West Brom 2 v West Ham 1
Sunday 27 April 2014
Man United 3 v Norwich City 0
Sunderland 2 v Cardiff City 2
Liverpool 2 v Chelsea 2
Monday April 28 2014
Crystal Palace 1 v Man City 2
Tuesday April 29 2014
Arsenal 4 v Newcastle 0
Cech’s Mates 16/1 To Keep Two Clean Sheets On The Bounce
Petr Cech’s shoulder injury should give veteran Mark Schwarzer another Champions League chance in midweek and with Hilario being touted for a start at Anfield, bet365 have a market on how many Chelsea concede over the two crunch games domino online uang asli .
Total Chelsea Goals Conceded v Liverpool/Atletico Madrid
None 16/1 One 5/1 Two 10/3 Three 10/3 Four 9/2 Five 7/1 Six 16/1 7 or More 25/1
(ET & Pen Shoot-outs don’t count – 27th April & 30th April)
Soccer – Ancelotti happy to counter Bayern
Real Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti is confident his side have the right tactics to defeat holders Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-finals. The Spaniards will take a 1-0 lead into the second leg in Germany next week, having secured a narrow victory in the Bernabeu thanks to a Karim Benzema goal in the first half.
Ancelotti, whose side are now 4/6 with bet365 to reach the final, believes that his side are right to defend deep against the reigning European champions and hit them on the counter in the Allianz Arena next Tuesday. The Italian said: “Against Bayern it’s normal to use the counter and it means you have to defend well. The deeper you defend, the better. “Football isn’t just about controlling the ball, it’s defence and counter-attack too. An old coach said when you have the ball the opposition have no chance to score.”