Posted December 11, 2014 by tipsterAdmin in Prediction

2014-2015 Premier League Predictions: Week 16 (Part 1)

Chelsea - Week 16

Chelsea vs. Hull


Match Date: 14 December 2014 (local time)

Venue: Stamford Bridge



Chelsea’s unbeaten run has finally ended during their visit at St. James Park. The clean slate, which they maintained for sixteen (16) playing weeks was tainted by a bitter loss to Newcastle United. The Blues have always experienced certain difficulties whilst visiting St. James’ Park. They know that. But in that crucial moment where they had the chance to reverse their destiny, their opponent remained as the favored one.


It is because of this frustrating situation that the Blues are compelled to snatch a victory at home. That is the best thing that the online betting favorite can do to appease their supporters—that is the only thing, which they can do to redeem themselves.



Hull’s drop to the 18th spot of the table and its 6-match losing streak caused them to really struggle this season. They may have acquired a point during the scoreless stalemate against West Brom, but certainly this isn’t enough to beat a club, which has kept 12 clean sheets at Stamford bridge and won its last seven (7) matches.



Chelsea  3-0 Hull

Chelsea - Week 16


Crystal Palace vs. Stoke


Match Date: 14 December 2014 (local time)

Venue: Selhurst Park


Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace will need all the home court support that it can get at Selhurst Park when they meet Stoke. The gap and differences in form are not that wide. But considering the fact that they have only won once in its last six (6) matches and has only managed to clinch a scoreless stalemate against Tottenham, brings the impression that they are readily outclassed by their opponent.



Stoke, which is deemed as the match’s online betting favorite, gained the confidence of many via stealing the spotlight from the struggling Arsenal. In their recent encounter, Mark Hughes already ensured that the match will end early. And true enough, the squad netted three (3) goals during the first half, which left the Gunners literally begging for a goal.



Crystal Palace 0-1 Stoke


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