Premier League Betting Round 37

The EPL Guru regularly gets visions from another dimension forecasting the upcoming EPL results. Here's what he predicts for Round 37:

QPR v Newcastle
Queens Park Rangers have failed to find the back of the net in five of their last six matches against Newcastle United (one goal scored).
The Magpies have gone nine Premier League games without a win (D1 L8), their longest wait since May 2009 (10 games), a season in which they were relegated.
Chris Ramsey is yet to win a Premier League game at Loftus Road as manager of QPR (D1 L5).
He could become the first QPR manager (2+ games) to fail to win at Loftus Road in the Premier League.
Only QPR (9) have won fewer points in 2015 than Newcastle United (10).
Verdict : Draw @ 3.55 at Bookie Comeon

Tottenham v Hull
75% of Tottenham’s games had over 2.5 goals scored in total.
Tottenham conceded at least one goal in 78% of their home games.
Tottenham conceded at least one goal in each of their last 8 home games.
Tottenham’s performance in their last match against Stoke was awful and they must have had an earful from their manager which should motivate them no doubt.
Hull lost at home to Burnley and by that logic they should lose away to Spurs.
Add the fact that the Tigers will also be missing their captain and key defender Curtis Davies.
Hull will have to go for nothing but the three points which would leave them open for Tottenham counter attacks.
Verdict : Tottenham @ 1.80 at Bookie BetVictor

Sunderland v Leicester
Sunderland have won four and lost none of their last six league meetings with Leicester City.
Leicester City have failed to win any of their last six away to Sunderland in league competition (D3 L3), last recording a victory there in August 1995.
The Foxes have won their last two away games; they’ve never won three in a row in the Premier League.
The Black Cats have been victorious in their last two PL games; they’ve not won three in a row since May 2014 when they embarked upon a four-game winning run to avoid relegation.
This relegation dog-fight may very well end as a stalemate as both teams will be keen to avoid the loss.
Verdict : Draw @ 3.30 at Bookie Bet365

West Ham v Everton
The Toffees have dropped more points from leading positions than any other team this season (19).
Everton have won only one of their last six away games in the top-flight, losing four (D1).
Everton (15) have made more errors directly leading to goals than any other Premier League team in 2014/15.
Everton are likely to be missing important defender and goal chance creator Baines.
According to my system this match has the potential to be a ‘shock’ result of the weekend.
There aren’t many stats to support this forecast but stats are just that – stats.
My system considers all factors and variables.
Everton odds are bad value which sometimes means that the other teams’ odds represent value.
My system is both subjective and objective whilst also using data that is both qualitative and quantitative.
Verdict : West Ham @ 3.0 at Bookie BetVictor