Posted December 5, 2014 by tipsterAdmin in Prediction

2014-2015 Premier League Predictions: Week 15 (Part 3)

Liverpool - Week 15

Hull vs. West Bromwich Albion


Match Date: 06 December 2014 (local time)

Venue: KC Stadium



Seeing Hull fell into the rock bottom part of the table is not surprising. A 7-match winless streak has readily prevented them from improving their rank. Giving them more troubles is the absence of Mohamed Diame and David Meyler, who suffered an injury during their clash against Everton.


West Bromwich Albion

West Brom suffers a similar dilemma. They’re also on the brink of hitting the relegation zone and their 1-point lead over Hull will not assure them of their safety.


With their compromising situations and the high possibility of losing their Premier League status, one can only expect a nail-biting match between the two, with a possibility of ending in an even steven finish.



Hull 1-1 West Bromwich Albion

Liverpool - Week 15

Liverpool vs. Sunderland


Match Date: 06 December 2014 (local time)

Venue: Anfield



Following their 4-match winless streak, the top pick of sports betting sites, Liverpool reacted quickly via snatching 2 consecutive wins. Needless to say, they will be using the upcoming match as an opportunity to collect points and climb further in the league table.


Liverpool presents a strong form at home, having won their last twelve (12) matches in Anfield against Sunderland. But it is hard to guarantee their victory since some of its key players such as Daniel Sturridge, Mario Balotelli, Mamadoy Sakho, Suso and Joe Flanagan are sidelined because of an injury.


Likewise, Liverpool shouldn’t forget that Sunderland was the reason behind their failure to clinch the title.



Forcing a draw against Everton and Chelsea can be considered as an incredible feat for Sunderland. But it doesn’t erase the fact that it is only through draws that they’re able to stay away from  the relegation zone. Going against Liverpool gives them the chance to end their 4-match victory drought and move higher in the league table.



Liverpool   1-0 Sunderland


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