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Stockport Judi Online County v Stalybridge Celtic

Stockport County fans feared the worst as The Hatters lost 3-2 to Stalybridge Celtic at Bower Fold on an unseasonably chilly day back on the August Bank Holiday.

 

Stockport County v Stalybridge Celtic.

 

The visiting support vastly outnumbered the locals in the 1,616 crowd but the mood had turned as ugly as the weather by half-time when Stockport found themselves 3-0 down.

 

Despite a stirring nearly-comeback in the second half, County fans could not have imagined the turn around in form that has seen the Edgeley Park club rise up the Vanarama Conference North to lie presently 6th, while Stalybridge are struggling down in 20th.

 

Stockport County v Stalybridge Celtic.

 

Memories of the day include one Stockport fan swearing profusely at the Judi Online players throughout the match while accompanied by his 10 or 11 year-old kid and some silly pitch invasions (Stockport have previous with this) by a handful of dimwits during a last-minute melee that saw County’s Jamie Milligan sent off.

 

At the end of proceedings a huge County fan “had words” with the offenders and hopefully they have learned their lesson.

 

Stockport County v Stalybridge Celtic.

 

McKenna, Chippendale and Ennis scored for Celtic with replies by  Ryan and Dennis for County.

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2014

George’s Premiership Predictions December 6 2014

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George had a reasonable week last week correctly predicting the results of 5 matches. This weekend’s fixtures include Southampton in 3rd taking on Manchester United in 4th.

 

Saturday, 6 December 2014

 

Newcastle 0 v Chelsea 2

Hull 1 v West Brom 0

Liverpool 2 v Sunderland 1

QPR 2 v Burnley 1

Stoke 1 v Arsenal 1

Tottenham 1 v Crystal Palace 0

Man City 3 v Everton 1

 

Sunday 7 December 2014

 

West Ham 1 v Swansea 0

Aston Villa 2 v Leicester 0

 

Monday 8 December 2014

 

Southampton 2 v Man Utd 2

 

Aguero 5/1 To Overtake Shearer, Ronaldo & Suarez!

 

Sergio Aguero’s midweek brace against Sunderland took his 2014/15 Premier League tally to 14 and the Argentinian is 5/1 to overtake joint record holders Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez and bag 32 or more this season.

 

bet365’s Steve Freeth “Aguero has struggled to go through a campaign at the Etihad without getting a knock, but if he stays injury free then there could be a new name at the top of the scoring charts.”

 

Aguero’s side are 11/2 to be the highest Premier League scorers this weekend and with Chelsea predictably rolling over Spurs at Stamford Bridge, Jose Mourinho’s team are now 7/1 to go through the whole season unbeaten in the Premier League.

 

2014/15 Premier League

 

Total 2014/15 Sergio Aguero PL Goals

 

Over 31.5 5/1 Under 31.5 1/8

 

Chelsea to go unbeaten in PL during 20141/15 7/1

 

2014/15 Premier League Outright

 

Chelsea 1/4 Man City 4/1 Man Utd 25/1 Arsenal 50/1

 

Top Premier League Goalscorer E/W 1/3 1,2 Sergio Aguero 4/6 Diego Costa 13/8 Alexis Sanchez 10/1 Wayne Rooney 50/1 Romelu Lukaku 50/1 Graziano Pelle 66/1

 

Weekend Premier League Totals 6th – 8th Dec

 

Highest Scoring Team E/W ¼ 1,2,3

 

Man City 11/2 Tottenham 13/2

Liverpool 7/1 Chelsea 15/2

Arsenal 11/1 QPR 14/1

West Ham 16/1 Aston Villa 16/1

Hull 20/1 Southampton 20/1

Man Utd 20/1 Swansea 25/1

West Brom 25/1 Everton 33/1

Leicester 33/1 Stoke 40/1

Burnley 50/1 Crystal Palace 50/1

Sunderland 66/1 Newcastle 80/1

 

Total Goals

 

Over 24.5 4/11 Under 24.5 2/1

Over 27.5 Evs Under 27.5 8/11

Over 30.5 11/4 Under 30.5 1/4

 

Soccer – Mourinho hails remarkable Drogba

 

Jose Mourinho is keen to hand Didier Drogba a role at Chelsea when the Ivory Coast international striker finally decides to bring his playing career to an end. The 36-year-old scored in Wednesday’s 3-0 victory over Tottenham and continues to show that Mourinho was right to bring him back to Stamford Bridge following his spells in China and Turkey. “It’s remarkable,” said the Blues boss. “I was expecting exactly this. The important thing is that he’s here and he’s going to finish his career with Chelsea. “It looks, for me, that he’s going to stay doing other things when he finishes his career.” Chelsea, 1/4 with bet365 to win the Premier League title outright, are 7/1 to remain unbeaten in the league this season.

 

 

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