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    Premier League Discussion 30/1 - 3/2



    A very busy week ahead in the Premier League:

    Saturday 30th January

    Birmingham 1-1 Tottenham
    Fulham 0-2 Aston Villa
    Hull City 2-2 Wolves
    Liverpool 2-0 Bolton
    West Ham 0-0 Blackburn
    Wigan 0-1 Everton
    Burnley 1-2 Chelsea (17:30)

    Sunday 31st January

    Man City 2-0 Portsmouth (13:30)
    Arsenal 1-3 Man Utd (16:00)

    Monday 1st February

    Sunderland 0-0 Stoke City (20:00)

    Tuesday 2nd February

    Hull City 1-1 Chelsea (19:45)

    Wednesday 3rd February

    Fulham vs. Portsmouth (20:00)

    Games kick off at 15:00 unless otherwise stated.
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    Re: Premier League Discussion 30/1 - 3/2

    I think Portsmouth may get a backlash of us on Saturday, 6-0 last season I woldnt be suprised if we got a similar score again.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 30/1 - 3/2

    Quote Originally Posted by Crocker View Post
    I think Portsmouth may get a backlash of us on Saturday, 6-0 last season I woldnt be suprised if we got a similar score again.
    The big question is, will Portsmouth be able to get up to Manchester? They had to take their website down yesterday as they hadn't been keeping up with payments - so can they afford a coach and hotel in the North West? Probably not. I wonder if the players mums will have to drive them up, and they'll stay with City players overnight?

    It's just one big game after another for United. It's going to be a tough game at the Emirates Stadium. I never fancy us when we go there - I don't think we've ever won there? I think this one will be a draw, possibly 2-2. Although we had a strong side out against City on Wednesday we did hold a few players back, so Berbatov, Valencia and Vidic will be fresh. I always seem to miss these games because of one thing or another - same again this weekend as I will be watching rugby instead.

    I think I might go and watch some football again this weekend, Cardiff City vs. Doncaster Rovers. I'll do my bit to help them with their enormous tax bill.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 30/1 - 3/2

    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy Platinum View Post
    A backlash from what exactly?

    We'll get a draw at Arsenal I think but we have a chance of winning.

    EDIT: Phantom we won there in the CL last year but never in the league.
    I think the said backlash is because of their loss in midweek.

    And I'd forgotten about that victory. Still think we'll get a draw at best.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 30/1 - 3/2

    We were awful in that game in the Champions League. Provided we dont play that badly again I think we will get at least a draw. Plus, in the game earlier in the season we were the better team but United got the win, being at home I dont see that happening again. If we lose, it will be because United were better on the day.
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    Re: Premier League Discussion 30/1 - 3/2

    Liverpool vs. Bolton could be another interesting game Owen Coyle has a league win under his belt now, and Liverpool failed to beat Wolves in midweek. Also the rumours will almost certainly start increasing about Rafa now that Juve have sacked Ferrara and will be looking for a new manager in the summer.

    I might watch Mikks boys on Monday night. Toughie for them, usually i'd fancy them for the win at home, but I reckon they may only get a draw.

    Baring any miracles, Chelsea should be clear at the top of the table at the end of the weekend.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 30/1 - 3/2

    Our good star to the year will come to an end on Monday, Stoke could beat Sunderland away, they just won't. Weekday games really should be regional.


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    Re: Premier League Discussion 30/1 - 3/2

    I quite like the fact that we aren't playing till monday, i can watch match of the day without that sinking feeling :D

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 30/1 - 3/2

    Your only concern about Monday's match should be the quality, Stoke are coming, don't you know.


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    Re: Premier League Discussion 30/1 - 3/2

    Smalling didn't do too well defending for Villas first.

    Not too many talking points from Satrudays games really.

    Tom, have you seen Wellbecks goal for Preston? It's sublime.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 30/1 - 3/2

    Teams for the early afternoon kick off:

    Man City: Given, Zabaleta, Toure, Kompany, Garrido, De Jong, Ireland, Barry, Petrov, Tevez, Adebayor.
    Subs: Taylor, Onuoha, Wright-Phillips, Sylvinho, Bellamy, Boyata, Ibrahim.

    Portsmouth: James, Vanden Borre, Ben-Haim, Wilson, Hreidarsson, Mullins, Basinas, O'Hara, Webber, Utaka, Boateng.
    Subs: Ashdown, Piquionne, Finnan, Hughes, Owusu-Abeyie, Ritchie, Sowah.

    I'm going for a 4-0 City win.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 30/1 - 3/2

    Eh 3-1, can't believe it was so easy.

    I didn't see the game, but I did tape it (something I never do), and watched it as soon as I got in without knowing the result. I'll give the devils his due, Nani did play well but i'm not getting ahead of myself he needs to keep up these performances to win me round. The second goal was almost a carbon copy of Ronaldos goal last year in the Champions Leage.

    Loved the post match interview with Fergie when he said he hoped Arsenal go to Stamford Bridge next Sunday and batter them. lol. Portsmouth next weekend I think? Let's keep this good run going!

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