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After getting two right last weekend and being shown up by Dan and Chris who both got all 6, Ray is determined to improve this weekend after rolling the dice on a few midfielders last time out…
I’m starting with Man City again. Newcastle have been leaking goals even though they played a bit better against Chelsea, but I think City will be better at home having picked up a late winner in the Champions League. Some teams don’t play well after Europe but after losing a couple of league games they’ll want to win this, and Aguero will start scoring again in the league soon so I’m picking him for my first one.
[caption id="attachment_1025" align="alignleft" width="594"] MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - AUGUST 16: Sergio Aguero of Manchester City during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester City and Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium on August 16, 2015 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Matthew Ashton - AMA/Getty Images)[/caption]
Let’s go for Sunderland v West Ham for my second one. I was at the West Ham game against Norwich – they didn’t play great but I could still see the movement between Payet and Sakho and they’ll score goals this season. They’ll definitely score against Sunderland who are really poor at the back at the moment. Whoever plays at the back is poor, so I’m going to go for Sakho again. His goal against Norwich was good and I can see him doing a lot more of that, so he’s my second choice.
For the Saturday late game I’m going for Chelsea to get some goals because it’s a must win for them. Another disappointing performance midweek in the Champions League – Jose just not getting it right at the moment no matter what he does with the team. I think John Terry has to come back into the side because it’s conceding too many goals. I saw signs of Hazard getting a bit better and more involved in the game, and I’m expecting him to kick on this season a little bit like Sanchez did last weekend, so I’m going for Hazard as my third.
I think there’ll be some goals in the Merseyside derby on Sunday as well, so I’m going for Sturridge who scored a couple last week. It’s the sort of game he’ll flourish in. I think it’ll be 2-2 or something like that, so I’m also going to put Lukaku in from the same game. He’s in form and up against a really poor Liverpool defence, so I can see them both getting goals.
And for my last one to win me the jackpot I’m going for Gomis for Swansea. He started the season well and has gone off the boil a little bit, but I think Swansea could take advantage of not having a game midweek and Spurs having to go to Monaco which was a tough game for them. It was end to end stuff but I think that will have taken a bit out of them, so Swansea will profit from them being a bit tired. That’s five strikers and a midfielder this weekend. I’ll definitely beat last week’s two out of 6…
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