2014/15 Super 6 Tips For Round 29

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Author: Tony MacDonald

Tags: 2016/17 Premier League

Published: 13:21 05/02/2015

Read the latest stats and form to assist your Super 6 picks ahead of the Round 29 matches taking place on Saturday 7th February 2015.

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Aston Villa v Chelsea
Last five Games in all competitions:
Aston Villa - WLLWL
Chelsea - WDLWD

Aston Villa will be hoping to put in a better performance than they did in the reverse of this fixture, which Chelsea comfortably won 3-0 at Stamford Bridge in September.

The Villans form figures above only tell half of the story, as those two victories were achieved against lower-league opposition in the FA Cup and it's actually been eight games since they last won in the Premier League. At 3 points above the relegation places, they'll be hoping Chelsea have another off day as the Blues did last season when two players were sent off allowing Villa to record a 1-0 victory.

That was however, Chelsea's only loss to Villa in the previous six encounters and with the hosts failing to score in their last 6 matches in the Premier League, it's hard to see anything other than a routine win for the visitors, even without the help of Diego Costa.

Prediction - 0-3

Leicester City v Crystal Palace
Last five Games in all competitions:
Leicester - WWLWL
Crystal Palace - WWWWL

Crystal Palace recorded a 2-0 victory in the reverse of this fixture at Selhurst Park and will be hoping to register their first Premier League double of the campaign.

The hosts have enjoyed an upturn in fortunes in recent weeks, knocking Newcastle and Tottenham out of the FA Cup, but they have lost their last two games in the Premier League and remain rooted to the bottom of the table. Palace suffered their first setback since Alan Pardew took the helm when losing 0-1 away to Everton last week, but will fancy their chances of bouncing back here.

The Eagles have scored at least 2 goals in their last 3 matches against Leicester in all competitions and a repeat of the scoreline from their last visit to the King Power Stadium could be the call.

Prediction - 1-2

Manchester City v Hull City
Last five Games in all competitions:
Man City - WDLLD
Hull - WLLLL

September's meeting between these sides ended in a 2-4 victory for Man City at the KC Stadium and neutral fans will be hoping for more entertainment here.

Neither side is in particularly good form with City now trailing Chelsea by five points in the title race having failed to win in three Premier League outings. They will however, be optimistic about getting back to winning ways with Hull winning just 2 of their last 16 league games and failing to score in in 7 of their last 9.

Man City have won their last 3 matches against Hull in all competitions including when comfortable 2-0 winners in this fixture last term and the winning margin could be even bigger this time.

Prediction - 3-0

Queens Park Rangers v Southampton
Last five Games in all competitions:
Southampton - WWWLL

Just the one goal seperated theses sides in the reverse fixture with Southampton running out 2-1 winners at St Marys in September.

With Harry Redknapp walking out, Hoops are without a permanent manager for the game and they face one of the Premier League's toughest sides to break down away from home. Southampton have won their last 3 away matches in the Premier League and will be hoping to get back on track against a troubled QPR side after a couple of poor results of their own.

The hosts have seen over 2.5 goals in 6 of their last 7 matches against Southampton in all competitions and that trend could continue if we see a repeat of the scoreline from when the sides last met at Loftus Road.

Prediction - 1-3

Swansea City v Sunderland
Last five Games in all competitions:
Swansea - WDLLW
Sunderland - LLDWW

These sides played out a drab 0-0 at the Stadium of Light earlier in the season, but were both back in the winning groove last week and could therefore approach this game in a more positive manner.

For the most part, Swansea have been difficult to beat at the Liberty Stadium, but have not won at home since the turn of the year, while Sunderland have won just once on the road this season.

The corresponding fixture was a walk in the park for the Swans last season who were comfortable 4-0 winners and they are undefeated in their last 5 matches against Sunderland in all competitions. But the hosts have not scored more than 1 goal in their last 8 Premier League games and a closer contest is anticipated this time.

Prediction - 1-1

Wigan Athletic v Bournemouth
Last five Games in all competitions:
Wigan - LLDLD
Bournemouth - LWLLW

Championship leaders Bournemouth will be hoping to record another victory over relegation threatened Wigan following the 2-0 victory they enjoyed at Dean Court earlier this season.

Wigan have failed to win their last 11 home matches in Championship and could not produce a goal in either of their previous 2 outings. Bournemouth have been winning at both half time and full time in 6 of their last 8 matches in Championship and have scored at least 2 goals in 9 of their last 11.

A repeat of Wigan's 3-0 win here last season would seem unlikely then, and it could well be one way traffic in the other direction on current form, with the Cherries looking for a 5th clean sheet in 7 Championship games.

Prediction - 0-2

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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