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The last time Everton beat Tottenham was December 2012. Spurs go into this game as favourites, as their team has a better quality. Everton has scored 2 goals each in 6 of their last 10 games. Spurs' defence still looks shaky and Everton may be able to get a couple of goals in.
Arsenal haven't lost in any of their last 8 home matches. Arsenal have not lost to Wolves in their last 10 encounters. If Emery wants to give the Arsenal board some reason not to pull the plug on his contract, then this is a game he could get maximum points. I tip them to score the first goal of the game in the first half.
Barcelona have a winning streak of 3 matches away from home. In those three games, they have won both halves. Coming off the back of a 5-1 thrashing of Valladolid, this does not look like an exception.
At home, Man City have not lost to Southampton in their last 10 encounters. And the Citizens are in fine form, with a winning streak of 4 matches. After the 9-0 pummeling by Leicester, I think the players of the Saints have taken it personally to redeem their image. I think they would make it hard for City to just score goals. I also think the initial press of City could get them their best chance of the game; before Southampton begin to find their rhythm and possibly park the bus.
Bayern have not been consistent this season. They've been dropping points against opponents that they would usually beat. Just 4 points separate the Bavarians and Eintracht. They have also struggled to win both halves in their last 5 games. I don't see Bayern winning both halves.
I predict this to be a pretty difficult game for Liverpool. Aston Villa have not lost in any of their last 5 home matches. Apart from the opening day loss to Spurs and the 3-0 hammering by City a few weeks ago, Villa have not been completely outplayed and dominated in a game this season. Liverpool, of course, is the team to beat. I think Mane cutting in from the left flank will have goalscoring chances. But Villa looks likely to score a goal as they have scored in 7 out of their last 11 games this season.
Though they are starting to find their footing, Man United have been sloppy away from home this season. Good for the Red Devils, Bournemouth haven't won in their last 5 games. But they have drawn 4, and lost just one. They have also been compact defensively. Not conceding many goals in the process. It would be a tight game. But Man United will score, with Martial, McTominay, or James getting an assist. So that'ts it folks. Enter in the booking code, and place your bets now before the odds change.
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