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    Premier League Discussion 09/02 & 10/02



    Another short week for the Premier League sides with another round of games this Tuesday and Wednesday.

    Tuesday 9th February

    Man City 2-0 Bolton
    Portsmouth 1-1 Sunderland
    Wigan 1-1 Stoke
    Fulham 3-0 Burnley (20:00)

    Wednesday 10th February

    Arsenal 1-0 Liverpool
    Aston Villa 1-1 Man Utd
    West Ham 2-0 Birmingham
    Wolves 1-0 Tottenham
    Blackburn 1-0 Hull (20:00)
    Everton 2-1 Chelsea (20:00)

    All games kick off at 19:45 unless otherwise stated.
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    Re: Premier League Discussion 09/02 & 10/02

    Indeed there are some pretty big games this midweek. I’m nit sure yet which match I’m going to watch on Tuesday (if any). I think I’ll probably try and watch Portsmouth vs. Sunderland – both teams have been pretty bad lately, so the game should be full of mistakes and maybe a few goals? Also Portsmouth did beat Sunderland a few weeks ago so it’ll be interesting.

    Arsenal/Liverpool is a big game. I won’t say Arsenal are out of the title race yet, but a loss against Liverpool will probably end their faint chances. A win for Liverpool could see them challenging for Arsenals third spot – who’d have thought that a couple of weeks ago?

    John Motson is at Molineux on Wednesday commentating for Match of the Day, and considering he’s seen 4 0-0 games in a row, it might be worth a cheeky pound on him seeing a 5th. The odds are currently at 9/1 if anyone is interested.

    Villa/United is going to be interesting. United have won a few big games recently and they have the best away record in the league, while Villa have only won once in their last 6 league games. Here’s hoping United continue their good form and pick up another 3 points, although it’s going to a really close game.

    I’ll go with a draw for the Everton/Chelsea game. As much as Chelsea have been shaky on the road, and Everton’s recent good form (Merseyside derby aside) I can’t see Chelsea coming away with nothing.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 09/02 & 10/02

    2nd season running Sunderland have had to travel all that way on a week night, seriously the premier league needs to look at fixtures like this and not put them on midweek.

    As for the actual game, i wish Motson was commentating, might go away with a point.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 09/02 & 10/02

    Tonights teams:

    Portsmouth: James, Finnan, Ben-Haim, Wilson, Rocha, Basinas, Diop, Yebda, O'Hara, Piquionne, Dindane.
    Subs: Ashdown, Mullins, Owusu-Abeyie, Webber, Hughes, Kanu, Belhadj.
    Sunderland: Gordon, Hutton, Turner, Kilgallon, McCartney, Malbranque, Cana, Cattermole, Reid, Bent, Jones.
    Subs: Carson, Bardsley, Zenden, Meyler, Da Silva, Mwaruwari, Liddle.
    Referee: Kevin Friend (Leicestershire)

    Man City: Given, Zabaleta, Toure, Kompany, Bridge, De Jong, Vieira, Barry, Adam Johnson, Tevez, Adebayor.
    Subs: Taylor, Onuoha, Ireland, Wright-Phillips, Sylvinho, Petrov, Lescott.
    Bolton: Jaaskelainen, Steinsson, Knight, Ricketts, Robinson, Kevin Davies, Cohen, Muamba, Wilshere, Lee, Elmander.
    Subs: Al Habsi, Samuel, Taylor, Gardner, Mark Davies, Basham, Andrew O'Brien.
    Referee: Michael Jones (Cheshire)

    Wigan: Kirkland, Boyce, Bramble, Caldwell, Figueroa, N'Zogbia, Scharner, Diame, Rodallega, Scotland, McCarthy.
    Subs: Stojkovic, Thomas, Moses, Gomez, Sinclair, Moreno, Melchiot.
    Stoke: Sorensen, Wilkinson, Huth, Shawcross, Higginbotham, Delap, Whelan, Whitehead, Etherington, Sanli, Sidibe.
    Subs: Begovic, Lawrence, Beattie, Fuller, Pugh, Diao, Collins.
    Referee: Andre Marriner (W Midlands)

    Fulham: Schwarzer, Shorey, Hangeland, Hughes, Baird, Duff, Etuhu, Murphy, Davies, Elm, Zamora.
    Subs: Zuberbuhler, Kelly, Okaka, Nevland, Riise, Smalling, Greening.
    Burnley: Jensen, Mears, Carlisle, Cort, Edgar, Elliott, Bikey, McDonald, Fox, Fletcher, Nugent.
    Subs: Weaver, Duff, Paterson, Blake, Thompson, Eagles, Cork.
    Referee: Chris Foy (Merseyside)
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    Re: Premier League Discussion 09/02 & 10/02

    Anyone watching any of the games tonight?

    I'm watching City/Bolton as none of the Pompey/Sunderland streams seem to be working.

    EDIT: Found a stream now, and Pompey are in trouble already. 10mins gone and they are down to 10 men and 0-1 down.
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    Re: Premier League Discussion 09/02 & 10/02

    Ricardo Rocha, but the ref first showed it to Hassan Yebda by mistake, lol. Avram Grant was sent off at half time too for protesting, and he can't find a seat in the stand so he's gone to the TV gantry!?

    Streams all suck tonight, so I'm listening to the City game on the radio. They were just slaughtering Patrick Viera, saying he's past his sell by date. Adam Johnson seems to be having a good game.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 09/02 & 10/02

    Brilliant, Cattermole off for 2 yellows.

    Another suspension which we really don't need.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 09/02 & 10/02

    Cattermole just got sent off for Sunderland, at last a bit of luck for Portsmouth! lol Still 0-1 down though.

    I think most of the Portsmouth fans just want the finances sorted, and don't care about relegation.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 09/02 & 10/02

    Gutted Mikk!

    Tevezs' goal got me a £10, lovely.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 09/02 & 10/02

    I just wanna cry

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 09/02 & 10/02

    City did the job without being fantastic last night, Adam Johnson had a really good game and Adebayor scored an awesome goal.

    Stoke in the cup on Saturday followed by one of our games in hand next Tuesday also against Stoke and the Liverpool at home who would have had 10 days off.

    Could do with Arsenal beating Liverpool tonight and also Villa(likely) and Tottenham(very unlikely) losing points tonight.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 09/02 & 10/02

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    Are you saying you want United to win Crocker?
    I would take it, I would rather City do well thanm Utd not do well.

    As long as Rooney doesnt score.

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    Re: Premier League Discussion 09/02 & 10/02

    1-0 win for Utd, Vidic from a corner.

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