TUESDAY was kind to Jordan even if Getafe downed his 10-1 treble. He’s heading back to La Liga tonight for redemption.
He says: Sevilla will be happy to be playing at home where they have won their last 14 games in all competitions after a three-game road stretch that has seen them lose their last two.
A 2-1 defeat against Barca at the weekend followed a 1-0 loss in Norway on Thursday. I wouldn’t take much from the defeat against Molde as the tie was more or less over and I think they had one eye set on their trip to the Nou Camp.
Visitors Eibar have lost six of their last 10 on the road in La Liga and their last three straight, conceding 11 goals in the process, with 2 or more in six of their last eight. Sevilla have scored 2 or more in 11 straight at home and I can’t see that trend bucking today.
Spurs will be pleased with the Leicester result last night and know a win with enough goals could see them go top. It won’t be an easy task against their fierce London rivals but I can’t see West Ham keeping a clean sheet.
Sunderland had plenty of good chances on Saturday but their finishing was poor. The Hammers will have to be a lot better if they want to hold the in-form team of the league over their last 25 games who have not failed to score away from home since the opening day of the season.
Manchester United have been chalk and cheese this season but perhaps their best performance came on Sunday when they dispatched Arsenal 3-2at Old Trafford.
More astonishingly they did it with their kids who have stepped up big time over the last week or so, winning their three of their most important games of the season last week.
Martial, Smalling and Darmian are all set to be back in the team so it will be interesting to see if LVG sticks with the same side that beat Arsenal or at least keeps young Marcus Rashford in the starting 11 after his two head-turning performances since Martial was injured.
For the first time in a while LVG faces a selection problem, and amazingly, it’s due to good performances from our academy players. Watford were terrible on the weekend and were lucky to come away with a point at home to Bournemouth.
They have only kept two clean sheets in 13 away games in the league this season and will do well to shut out United who have scored 6 goals in their last two at home.
Sevilla Over 1.5 Team Goals
Spurs To Score
Manchester United To Score
(21-20, BoyleSports) – 3.5 points
Sevilla Over 1.5 Team Goals
Spurs Over 1.5 Team Goals
Manchester United Over 1.5 Team Goals
Ronaldo (Real Madrid) To Score
(9.37-1, BoyleSports) 0.5pt
Points Staked 6.5
Points Returned 12.4
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