2018 College Football Playoff Odds & Predictions – 4 Teams Who Will Make Playoff
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Eastern Michigan San Diego State. On the plus side, seven of Tottenham's last 13 are at White Hart Lane , where they are playing their final campaign. That looks to be a big motivator as they possess the league's second best home record behind Chelsea, having won 10 and drawn two of their 12 Premier League fixtures so far.
And fixture wise they have a relatively easy schedule across the final 13 games, facing only two members of the top-six and both at home, too, with Arsenal and United paying a visit to the Lane. Those matches come in the final weeks of the season and sandwich a visit to hated rivals West Ham.
Spurs fans must pray that the club can hold itself together across the testing finishing stretch Of all the odds-on prices they look the most opposable. That goes some way to explaining why the Reds trade at a shorter price than fourth-placed Arsenal, but further encouragement comes from the return of Sadio Mane and Philippe Coutinho to reunite a dynamic attack that on its day is unstoppable. They certainly gave Spurs a torrid time at Anfield on Saturday. Then we look at the fixture list and see that Jurgen Klopp's side face only two of their top-four rivals, Arsenal at Anfield in early March before the Reds go to The Etihad two games later.
They also have a Merseyside derby to negotiate. And in another boost, just like Spurs and City, Liverpool play seven of the last 13 at home. I recommended Liverpool as a top four play at the beginning of the season and they remain just on the right side of backable now. The Gunners have never finished out of the top-four under Arsene Wenger but odds of [1. That can be explained by a tough final 13 Premier League fixtures that sees them play four matches against other Champions League hopefuls - Liverpool away , Manchester City home , Spurs away and Manchester United home.
Wenger's side only play six of their 13 at The Emirates. Ultimately they usually find a way through, and the squad certainly has the depth and talent to do it again, but this one could be squeakier than usual!
The one team of our five to trade at odds-against and that's understandable, but it potentially makes them the value in the market. United's final third of the season is similar to Arsenal's.
Just six of the last 13 Premier League games are at home and four fixtures against the current top-six, three of which - City, Arsenal and Spurs - are on the road. If the Manchester derby is rescheduled to late April that could play all four of those high-profile matches in a six-game stretch.
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