Premier League Predictions for Matchday 33

By betting all the picks of his betting system with leveled stakes (at 6 % of his betting bank) our Guru reached a return on investment of 33 %. Also for matchday 33 he delivered 5 interesting betting selections:

Stoke v Southampton
Four of the previous five Premier League meetings between these two clubs have ended in a draw.
Only Tottenham (seven) have picked up more points courtesy of goals netted in the 90th minute or later than Stoke (four).
On the last occasion that these two sides met at the Britannia Stadium in the Premier League, goalkeeper Asmir Begovic scored in the opening minute.
Stoke have kept only four clean sheets in their last 17 Premier League home games.
Verdict : Stoke @ 3.60 at Bookie BetVictor

Chelsea v Man United
Manchester United now have the best shot conversion rate in the Premier League (18.6%) this season.
Manchester United have 65 points, one more than they collected in the whole of 2013-14 (64).
Chelsea’s last home defeat in the Premier League came almost exactly one year ago (April 19, 2014 vs Sunderland).
Juan Mata has three goals and an assist in his last three Premier League games.
Wayne Rooney has scored or assisted 120 Premier League goals away from home, the fourth highest total in the division’s history.
Verdict : Man United +0.5 @ 1.85 at Bookie Bet365

Leicester v Swansea
The home side has won the last seven competitive meetings between Leicester City and Swansea City.
Esteban Cambiasso has scored four goals from five shots on target in the Premier League.
Swansea have conceded exactly one goal in their last six Premier League games in April.
Leicester have scored 2+ goals in three successive Premier League games for the first time since November 2003.
Verdict : Leicester @ 2.20 at Bookie BetVictor

Crystal Palace v WBA
WBA have conceded 3+ goals in each of their last three league games.
Tony Pulis is looking to avoid losing four Premier League games in a row for the first time since he was Stoke manager (did so four times with the Potters).
If Palace score four goals in this game they will have matched their total under Tony Pulis last season (26 goals in 26 games) in only 13 matches under Alan Pardew (22 so far).
Glenn Murray has scored six goals and assisted three more in his last six Premier League appearances.
West Brom have won just one of their previous five Premier League meetings with Crystal Palace (L2 D2).
The Eagles have won both of their previous Premier League games against WBA at Selhurst Park, scoring exactly three goals on both occasions.
Verdict : Palace @ 1.95 at Bookie Tipico

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