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Coffee 8:34 Sat Jan 13
Saturday football
There’s no early game today and, quite honestly, little to whet the appetite in the 3.00 o’clock kick-offs. If results and scores go our way, we could end the day in 10th. Dream on.

Should be a routine outing for Chelsea as they continue to battle Man U for second place. Leicester’s current form belies their poor early season form, and their focus these days is firmly on what is above. Home win.

Burnley have slipped from their top four spot just last month, but still lead the chasing pack. Palace’s revival under Roy Hodgson is little short of spectacular. Certs for the drop for early season crystal ball gazers, their form has been exceptional. Form and confidence could play a big part today - as could injuries. Draw.

At the start of the season, not many would have had Huddersfield in 11th position in January. But David Wagner will be well aware that they’re also just four points from the drop zone, with a squad that will be stretched by the exertions of a full Premier League season. We go into this in excellent league form and should see Marco Arnautovic back in the starting line-up. Winston Reid looks set to join Cresswell in the treatment room, so defence will be a priority. This one’s there for the taking and we have the players to come away with all the points. Away win.

This meeting of Iberian management is also one between two nervous looking sides. Newcastle haven’t won at home since October, while Swansea are rock bottom and finding goals hard to come by. Carlos Carvalhal came out with some Cantona-esque nonsense about boats and fish in the run-up to this game, but you feel that even lyrical licence won’t help them today. Home win.

Will Southampton be the next club looking for a new manager? Their recent slide down the table has seen them stay out of the drop zone on goal difference only and that will concern their fans and board alike. Watford, although in 10th spot, have been dismal in recent weeks, having lost six of their last seven league games. Who’s to say it might not be them looking for a new manager ere long? There’s no Charlie Austin for the Saints, who will have to battle to get anything today. Draw.

Who’d be a Baggy? West Brom are winless in their last 20 games – yes, 20 – while Brighton have fought hard for their current lower-mid-table position. There’s little to inspire the neutral here. Draw.

BFS returns to London with a team displaying the kind of inspirational performances he’s become known for. But will the Toffee Bus be enough to thwart Kane and Son for 90 minutes? Unlikely. Home win.

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arsene york-hunt 8:23 Sun Jan 14
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I fucking hate Liverpool

swindon hammer 8:12 Sun Jan 14
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That's why the premiership is the best in in the world.

Both of these clubs have a chance of winning the champions league although Liverpool need a decent keeper.

ted fenton 8:09 Sun Jan 14
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Iron Duke 7:45 Sun Jan 14
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Fuck off Ted


Sven Roeder 8:01 Sun Jan 14
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Stones made a clumsy mess of a tackle v Bristol City in the week
Stonewall pen
Has talent but he is a bit tepid to me
Certainly has nowhere near the natural talent on the ball as Rio.

Iron Duke 7:45 Sun Jan 14
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Fuck off Ted

ted fenton 7:44 Sun Jan 14
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Two cracking games shame I lost a tenner lol.

Nice to have a thread with no abuse posted.

joyo 7:43 Sun Jan 14
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Cracking game

Northern Sold 7:43 Sun Jan 14
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To be fair to Stones that's probably the first mistake seen him make this season but he has to be stronger there against the human can opener

Northern Sold 7:41 Sun Jan 14
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Best game of the season for me that... absolute fest of football ... brilliant stuff... one thing that amazes me is when the shit really gets on top how much Walker falls apart... (rem our win last year v Spurs) absolute flat track bully...

ray winstone 7:36 Sun Jan 14
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High intensity game, great to watch.

wanstead_hammer 7:35 Sun Jan 14
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Left it too late. Aguero shld ave done better at the death.
Decent game though.

cholo 7:29 Sun Jan 14
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Scousers shitting themselves now.

Sven Roeder 7:12 Sun Jan 14
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All a bit of a nightmare for Man City

John Stones .... if he was any softer you could eat him with a spoon
The new Rio Ferdinand ?...... more Anton really

OccupyGreenStreet 7:11 Sun Jan 14
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Pool are on fire, hustling City. Good game this.

happygilmore 7:06 Sun Jan 14
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Salah having some season. Brilliant from Liverpool

Sven Roeder 5:42 Sun Jan 14
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The way Arsenal are going in 6th they won’t make the Champions League even if an English team wins it this season and gains a 5th spot.
With Sanchez and Ozil leaving as well it will put them way down the pecking order for the players they need to challenge again.
They are whining enough now so God knows what they will do when they become also rans.

Private Dancer 5:29 Sun Jan 14
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What is more evident than ever these days is that 1 or 2 real top players can make the difference in a game. Arsenal without Sanchez and Ozil will be also ran's, they will never replace them. Good.

BRANDED 5:25 Sun Jan 14
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Arsenal are rapidly becoming a mid table side again.

nychammer 4:46 Sun Jan 14
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Bournemouth have looked pretty crap aside from scoring the two goals and beating the Arse, who look even more woeful today. We should be looking to take this lot apart next week.

Iron Duke 4:43 Sun Jan 14
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Will be an interesting game for us on Saturday

Sir Alf 4:40 Sun Jan 14
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Hmmm... Gooners 1-2 down now.

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