Sky Bet Super 6 Tips & Predictions For 19-08-2017
August 18, 2017
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Lets take a look at the upcoming games.
AFC Bournemouth v Watford
The Cherries certainly did not get off to the start they were looking for, as a 1-0 defeat away at West Brom ruined their opening day. In front of their own fans though, it should be a different story. After gaining 67% of their Premier League points at home last season, they should look stronger this time out. Marco Silva’s Watford began with a thrilling 3-3 draw against Liverpool, and they will be going into this full of confidence. £18m striker Andre Gray is likely to get a full debut from the start, and their threat going forward could see them earn a point.
Prediction: AFC Bournemouth 1-1 Watford
Burnley v West Brom
Sean Dyche and his men were in dream land last week with an away win at Champions Chelsea. Coming back to Turf Moor for this will put them on even more of a high, thanks to their stellar home record. The main focus for Tony Pulis this week has been to try and hold on to Jonny Evans, with the club rejecting an initial approach from Manchester City. Evans is not likely to play any part in this one, with key defender Gareth McAuley also out. Their away form in recent seasons has also been pretty poor. Expect Burnley to edge it.
Prediction: Burnley 1-0 West Brom
Leicester City v Brighton and Hove Albion
Leicester City gave it a great effort against Arsenal in the opening game, eventually falling to a 4-3 defeat. This will be a very different test though, as Brighton will likely put men behind the ball in search of a point. Jamie Vardy is looking sharp, and either Okazaki or Iheanacho will offer a goal threat too. It’s tough to know how Brighton will react to their opening day defeat, but we do know they won’t cave in easily. If Leicester break through early, they should go on to win.
Prediction: Leicester City 2-0 Brighton and Hove Albion
Liverpool v Crystal Palace
The Reds had a big win in the Champions League on Tuesday night, and should be full of confidence. Though, the same defensive problems seen last season still persist. That said, they are great going forward, even without Philippe Coutinho. Palace had a nightmare start losing 3-0 to Huddersfield, and it does not look promising for them going into this one, with Wilfred Zaha out.
Prediction: Liverpool 3-1 Crystal Palace
Southampton v West Ham United
Southampton are continuing to hold off interest in star man Virgil van Dijk. Though he won’t be involved here, the cloud still hangs over the club. They failed to score at home last week but their defence looked solid. West Ham are on the road again due to other events taking place at their stadium. The Hammers looked woeful last week, and will need to be a lot better here if they are to get anything.
Prediction: Southampton 1-0 West Ham United
Fulham v Sheffield Wednesday
Neither side have started the season as well as they would have hoped, and both will be desperate for 3 points here. After losing in the play-off semi finals last season, these two teams have a point to prove. Fresh off stalemates in midweek, don’t be surprised if there is another here.
Prediction: Fulham 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday