With the last round of games this year taking place at the weekend, West Ham, Chelsea and Liverpool all look well placed to round off 2012 with victories away from home.
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West Ham to beat Reading @ 6/4
Sam Allardyce’s West Ham side have made a solid start to life back in the Premier League following their promotion via the play-offs last season, as they find themselves occupying 12th position with 23 points from their opening 18 matches.
The Hammers head into the game on the back of a week’s rest after Wednesday’s clash away at Arsenal was postponed due to Tube strikes and they’ll be eager to get back to winning ways after picking up just one point from their last three matches.
The club were given a boost this week with the news that Carlton Cole’s straight red card received in the defeat to Everton last weekend has since been rescinded, particularly as they are without Andy Carroll for a number of weeks due to injury.
They’ll be looking for revenge on Saturday after losing both games against Reading last season and come up against a side that have picked up just one win this season, with Wednesday’s goalless draw against Swansea ending a run of seven defeats.
No side have conceded more goals than the 37 the Royals have let in this season, 19 of which have come at the Madejski Stadium, and the Hammers look well placed to avenge the defeats they suffered against the Royals last term with a narrow win.
Chelsea to beat Everton @ 7/5
Three wins in a row has seen Chelsea close the gap on second-placed Manchester City to just four points with a game in hand as Rafa Benitez’s side turned in a professional display in midweek to beat a Norwich team that had won their last five at home 1-0.
Both Arsenal and Manchester United were seen off at Carrow Road during that spell, but Juan Mata continued his fine goalscoring form this season with his seventh strike of the campaign, which made it 12 goals scored for the Blues in three games.
That result followed a 3-1 victory at Sunderland and an 8-0 thrashing of Aston Villa last weekend, with Benitez claiming after the Boxing Day win that they are still title contenders. And if they keep up their recent form, there’s no reason why not.
Only two sides have conceded fewer than the Blues, who have picked up five wins and two draws from their games away from Stamford Bridge this term, while opponents Everton have conceded in each of their last 14 league games.
The Toffees are unbeaten at home this season, but Benitez has a fantastic record against them, winning five and drawing one of his last six meetings, and given the performances of his side in recent weeks, they look a good bet to claim the win.
Liverpool to beat QPR @ 87/100
It’s been a mixed start for Brendan Rodgers since his appointment as Liverpool boss back in the summer, with his side currently occupying tenth position, eight points off Tottenham in fourth after their 3-1 defeat away at Stoke on Wednesday evening.
They have, however, been presented with the perfect opportunity to get back to winning ways as they travel to rock-bottom QPR, who have recorded just one win from their 19 league games as relegation looks increasingly likely as each match passes.
Only Aston Villa have scored fewer than the 16 goals the Rs have managed this term, with just eight goals scored in their nine home matches after they went down 2-1 at home to West Brom on Boxing Day.
Rangers have played all three promoted sides at Loftus Road, losing comfortably to both West Ham and Southampton, while coming from a goal down to clinch a point against Reading in what has been an abysmal first half of the season.
Harry Redknapp’s side have gone behind in 13 of their matches this term and with Steven Gerrard and Luis Suarez to deal with this weekend, there’s no evidence to suggest they’ll see off the Reds as they did in dramatic fashion last season.