Leicester City vs Chelsea predictions
Two teams in the higher regions of the rankings with exciting pressure football. How can this not be a great match to watch? Especially since both teams are struggling in their last series, so we expect to see a lot of fight and fouls by two teams that want to dominate in possession, with some moments of beautiful youthful combination play.
An interesting bet could be over 2.5 goals with this game, with 67% of Leicester City’s home games and 75% of Chelsea’s away games resulting in more than 2.5 goals. With an average of 2 goals for Leicester in their home games and conceding one on average. Though Leicester is not having their best streak, they are still third with just three points behind Manchester City. With Chelsea struggling a bit lately to get back in form, we expect the foxes to win this by a small margin.
Tottenham Hotspurs vs Manchester City predictions
The expected Mourinho effect has not yet crystalised, with the Spurs winning just three out of their last ten matches, while drawing four and losing three. While Manchester City has seemed to find their champions form again, though it’s too late for them to win the title of course. With Kane and Sissoko lacking, we expect Tottenham not to be able to make the difference in this game. The odds for this game speak for themselves, but you might see something we don’t.
Ajax vs PSV predictions
The Champions League sensation of last year is still on fire, but the flame isn’t as bright anymore. Ajax has lost important players to the likes of Barcelona and Juventus and is suffering with injuries than last year. Ajax has dropped out of the Champions League (just by a point) and is not overly dominant in the national competition. But..
..PSV is in much worse shape. The team has sacked Mark van Bommel, but the results have only gotten worse since Ernst Faber took over. The news came out just recently that Tottenham has taken over Bergwijn, arguably the best player of the team. The club is in crisis. Supporters have been storming the stadium in rage last week, demanding the resignation of the board.
Winning Sunday could mean a turning point for PSV in the season. But fact remains they have nothing to play for this season except honour, they are playing an away game and their confidence is all time low. This one should go to Ajax.