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Premier League & J League match predictions

I’m starting to labour under the illusion that I’m good at predicting football results, as my success rate is 50% when it comes to the J League. Not sure I can do the same with the Premier League right now, as there’s no form guide, unless we consider momentum or lack of, from the previous season.

So for what it’s worth, here are my predictions:
Arsenal v Sunderland – HOME (narrow victory though!) 1.44 [best odds]
Fulham v Norwich – DRAW 3.82
QPR v Swansea – HOME 2.10
Reading v Stoke – DRAW 3.35
WBA v Liverpool – AWAY 2.00
West Ham v Aston Villa – HOME 2.30
Newcastle v Spurs – DRAW 3.45
Wigan v Chelsea – AWAY 1.64
Man City v Southampton – HOME 1.21
Everton v Man Utd – AWAY 1.91

J League
Consadole Sapporo v Vissel Kobe – AWAY 1.75
FC Tokyo v Omiya Ardija – HOME 1.71
Vegalta Sendai v Kashiwa Reysol – DRAW 3.52
Urawa Reds v Kashima Antlers – HOME 2.70
Yokohama F. Marinos v Kawasaki Frontale – HOME 2.03
Albirex Niigata v Sanfrecce Hiroshima – DRAW 3.54
Jubilo Iwata v Cerezo Osaka – HOME 2.05
Nagoya Grampus v Gamba Osaka – HOME 2.14
Sagan Tosu v Shimizu S-Pulse – HOME 2.44

Last week, I only got 3 out of 9 correct in the J League, but I used the Osaka ‘derby’ as my banker and doubled up my stake. That meant I didn’t lose any money! I got good odds on Vissel Kobe beating Urawa Reds too! Only even money on Kashima Antlers defeating Jubilo Iwata though. In previous weeks, I’ve got 5 out of 9 correct, so in the 4 weeks I’ve been doing this I’ve got: 18 out of 36 right.

By | 2012-08-18T02:32:00+00:00 August 18th, 2012|j.league, predictions, premier league|0 Comments

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