2014/15 Super 6 Tips For Round 26

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Author: Tony MacDonald

Tags: 2016/17 Premier League

Published: 13:34 16/01/2015

Get the latest stats and form to assist your Super 6 picks ahead of the Round 26 matches taking place on Saturday 17th January 2015.

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Aston Villa v Liverpool
Last five Games in all competitions:
Aston Villa - LDDWL
Liverpool - WWDWW

Aston Villa won the reverse fixture 0-1 at Anfield when Brendan Rogers controversially left Raheem Sterling out of the startling line up. He should be back in the side after a 'break' in Jamaica as Liverpool look wo win at Villa Park for a third consecutive season.

The Villans could only muster a single goal against Blackpool in the FA Cup and have scored just once on their current 6 game winless streak in the Premier League.

Liverpool's defence is not the most reliable, but they kept a clean sheet at Sunderland last time and probably won't need to be at their best to keep Villa at bay, so a repeat of the scoreline from last season's corresponding fixture could be on the cards.

Prediction - 0-1

Burnley v Crystal Palace
Last five Games in all competitions:
Burnley - DDDWL
Crystal Palace - LDDWW

These sides played out a drab 0-0 draw at Selhurst Park earlier in the season, but Burnley have been involved in some high scoring games recently and new Palace boss Alan Pardew seems keen on his players expressing themselves.

Both sides were back in the winning groove last time out and there has been little to separate the sides in the last three meetings at this venue, of which Burnley won 1-0 twice and the other game was a 1-1 draw.

Burnley are scoring as many as they are conceding at the moment and with the visitor's looking resurgent this has the makings of a high-scoring draw.

Prediction - 2-2

Leicester v Stoke
Last five Games in all competitions:
Leicester - LWDWW
Stoke - WWDWL

The first thing to consider here is that Leicester won the reverse fixture 0-1 at the Britannia Stadium in September and are looking for their first Premier league double of the campaign.

The Foxes are back in form after a rough patch, while Stoke were easy meat for Arsenal last time out and have failed to win against a side in the current bottom six so far. Leicester fall into that bracket and really need a result here with some difficult fixtures on the horizon.

Three of Leicester's four Premier League wins this season have been won 1-0, so you can already guess what the prediction is.

Prediction - 1-0

QPR v Man Utd
Last five Games in all competitions:
Man Utd - WDDWL

Manchester United will be hoping to have an easy afternoon as they did when routing QPR 4-0 at Old Trafford in September, but their sketchy away form can't be ignored. The Red Devils have drawn their last three games on the road in the Premier League, while hoops have picked up all of their points at Loftus Road.

United were in control for much of the game against Southampton and were arguably unlucky to lose 0-1, while QPR haven't quite been at the races recently and look to be in for another long 90 minutes here.

Manchester United won this fixture 0-2 back in 2013, have scored at least twice in the last five matches against QPR and will probably take three points again, but their defence can't be trusted so clean sheet is doubtful.

Prediction - 1-2

Swansea v Chelsea
Last five Games in all competitions:
Swansea - WLDWD
Chelsea - WDLWW

Chelsea came out on top of an entertaining 4-2 thriller in what was a top of the table clash at Stamford Bridge when the sides last met in September.

That result means that the Blues have now won their last four matches against Swansea in all competitions and after a dip in form it's been back to business as usual for Jose Mourinho's side after back-to-back shut-outs when winning the last two matches.

Swansea have seen under 2.5 goals in their last 4 home matches against Chelsea in all competitions, a stat which also applies to 5 of the visitor's last 6 Premier League games and with Swansea only losing twice at the Liberty Stadium this season, Chelsea may not run away with this.

Prediction - 0-2

Tottenham v Sunderland
Last five Games in all competitions:
Tottenham - DWDLW
Sunderland - LDLWL

Sunderland are the league's draw specialists and it was 2-2 when these sides faced off at the Stadium of Light earlier in the campaign.

You just never know what you're going to get with Spurs, especially at Whitehart Lane where they have lost four league games already this season, but beat Chelsea 5-3! Sunderland though, have only won twice on the road and have had just one Premier League success in eleven outings.

Tottenham have won 10 of their last 12 home matches against Sunderland in all competitions, so if they put in a top performance then they should take three points. Sunderland have failed to score in 6 of their 10 away matches this season, which is also a factor in the pick.

Prediction - 2-0

Now all that's left for you to do is predict which minute the first goal of any of the Super 6 matches will be scored. Good Luck!

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