bet365Chelsea v Arsenal is this week’s big Premier League. Jose doesn’t do defeats at home to his nearest rivals. Arsene Wenger has a poor record against the man from Setubal. George is going for a tense and dreary 1-1 draw. Other title contenders Manchester City should beat bottom club Fulham at home and Liverpool are heavy Dominoqq favourites to take all three points at Cardiff after their win at Old Trafford last weekend.
Chelsea 1 v Arsenal 1
Cardiff 1 v Liverpool 3
Everton 2 v Swansea 1
Hull 1 v West Brom 2
Man City 3 v Fulham 1
Newcastle 1 v Crystal Palace 1
Norwich 1 v Sunderland 0
West Ham 1 v Man Utd 2
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Tottenham 1 v Southampton 2
Aston Villa 1 v Stoke 1
English Pair 4/11 To Miss Out On Champions League Final
Chelsea and Manchester United are in the hat for Friday’s 2013/14 Champions League quarter final draw but bet365 are 4/11 about no Premier League club being in the final come May with the Red Devils the outsiders of eight to lift the famous trophy once more.
bet365 spokesman Steve Freeth “Both sides were handed favourable last 16 ties, which of course Manchester United made heavy weather of, but a glance at the betting now shows the pair might struggle this time around.”
Chelsea and Man Utd are 11/2 to be drawn together on Friday with an English winner quoted at 7/1.
2013/14 Champions League Outright EW ½ 1,2
Bayern Munich 15/8 Barcelona 7/2
Real Madrid 4/1 PSG 9/1
Atletico Madrid 12/1 Chelsea 12/1
Borussia Dortmund 14/1 Man Utd 16/1
Nationality Of Winner
Spain Evs Germany 7/5
England 7/1 France 9/1
Number Of English Sides To Reach The Final
None 4/11 One 2/1 Two 66/1
Next Round Draw
Chelsea & Manchester United to meet at Quarter Final Stage 11/2
Soccer – Moyes targets European glory
Manchester United boss David Moyes believes that his side can go all the way in the Champions League this season, with the Red Devils 16/1 with bet365 to win the tournament. United came from two goals down to record a 3-2 aggregate success over Olympiacos in the last-16 and now await the quarter-final draw, where Moyes’ men stand alongside Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Paris St-Germain and Atletico Madrid. And, although Moyes accepts that his team are not highly fancied to be crowned European champions, he thinks that United could yet surprise a few people. “We will probably go into the quarter-final tie as underdogs, but I don’t see why not (we can’t win the trophy),” Moyes told reporters. “This football club is capable of it. If we play to our capabilities, which we’ve not shown that often this season, I think we can be a match for any team.”
Clichy issues silverware warning
Manchester City left-back Gael Clichy has warned his team-mates that they need to win the Premier League to make this season a success. The Citizens have already secured the Capital One Cup, but France international Clichy says that his club need to add to that trophy to be able to look back on the campaign with pride. He warned: “The Capital One Cup won’t be enough. It’s crunch time and we have to get the points until the end of the season. “Basically, if we win all the games we are going to be champions. It’s easy to say, but not easy to do, but we’re going to try really hard to make this happen.” The Citizens, who are 13/10 with bet365 to be crowned champions, are currently fourth in the table, six points behind leaders Chelsea with three games in hand. City host Fulham on Saturday, having won each of their last four meetings with the Londoners.