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Andy Gray exclusive: Manchester City can sink Wigan 3-1 tonight

by Sean Goff | November 28, 2012

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Wigan v Manchester City, Live Sky Sport 2,8pm

City haven’t looked as sharp this season and have been very wasteful in front of goal. I think City are getting there and will click into gear. It’s alway s hard to know which Wigan side will turn up and they’ve a lot of injuries at the moment.  I think Wigan will find it hard and City will keep it tight at the back. I can see them scoring a few maybe 3-1 rather than them keeping a clean sheet.

Chelsea v Fulham, Wednesday, 7.45pm

If this was at Craven Cottage you could fancy Martin Jol’s side because their form there has generally been excellent. But Chelsea are a different proposition at Stamford Bridge and even though it’s a derby game I think Rafa Benitez will get his first win as the Blues new manager.

Spurs v Liverpool, Wednesday, 7.45pm

Tottenham finally got back to winning ways and are 11/8 to beat Liverpool. Spurs had a very convincing win over West Ham and Dembele’s return was a big plus for them. I fancy them to beat the Reds who just don’t score enough goals and are overly reliant  on Luis Suarez.

Manchester United v West Ham, Wednesday, 7.45pm

The Red Devils keep falling behind in games and it’s about time they started taking the lead and keeping the lead. I expect them to put that right tonight and it’s a home banker for me at Old Trafford.

Everton v Arsenal, Wednesday, 7.45pm

I fancy the draw in this game. The Toffees threw away the lead against Norwich and Arsenal were poor against Aston Villa. A low-scoring draw could be the call here.

Southampton v Norwich, Wednesday, 7.45pm

I fancy another  draw here. Southampton are on a three-timer but it’s very hard to do in this league. Norwich are on a good run too and I think this has draw written all over it.

Swansea v West Brom, Wednesday, 7.45pm

The Baggies are the surprise package of the season but deserve their place in the top four. Bu t I think they’re due a fall and while WBA are quite a big price at 2/1 to get the three points I think the Swans will have too much for them.

Stoke v Newcastle, Wednesday, 7.45pm

Newcastle can’t buy a goal never mind a victory at the minute and I see a home win written all over this. Stoke are hard to beat at home and conceded very few goals. Tony Pulis’s side can win 1-0 or 2-1.

 

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