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Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons

Coffee 8:03 Sat Mar 2
Saturday football
Unusually, all of today’s games have some influence over the top or bottom of the Premier League.

Not a bad one to get the weekend’s action underway. Spurs’ title aspirations have taken one hell of a beating in recent games and they now lead Arsenal by just four points. Confidence may be fragile at XXWhite HaXX Wembley and Arsenal, of whom less is expected this season than their hosts, will fully recognise the opportunity that today offers. But they also know that their away form remains their Achilles heel. COYG. Draw.

Fresh from a narrow win against resilient opposition, City can expect the same today against their plucky hosts. But the Cherries have fallen down the table as the season’s long grind takes its annual toll. Class, form and position are hard to argue against. Away win.

Probably not the game chosen to start MOTD today, but a massive fixture for Brighton. They have also slipped down the table and are just two points above the drop zone. For Jan Siewart, the challenge is how to motivate a group of players that must be resigned to relegation. He managed it on Tuesday against Wolves. Take note, Mr Hughton. Home win.

Having spent much of the season dancing with the bottom three, Burnley are now five points clear of the drop and look strong. Goal difference is all that separates the two sides and the points on offer here are plated in gold. Home win.

The Saints will have half an eye, perhaps more, on the outcome at Molineux as they do battle in the theatre of dreams, or nightmares. The OGS magical mystery tour continues apace and the right combination of results today could see them emerge as realistic contenders for third spot. Few would have imagined that just three short months ago. But surely there comes a point when even Man U become complacent. Saints fans will hope it’s today. Home win.

Wolves have picked up just two points from their last three league outings, but still lead the mid-table mini-league. Cardiff have conceded eight goals in their last two home games and remain in the bottom three. This could be a trial for any neutrals in attendance. Home win.

Much credit goes to Rafa Benitez for the way he’s dragged his Newcastle side to the lofty heights of 13th position. Which is all we’ll say about them. The ceremony to mark the opening of the Billy Bonds Stand starts at 5.10pm and will include a chat with Alvin Martin. With luck, the Bonds playing ethos will go on to inspire the Irons on the field. Arnautovic has recovered from illness and could feature with Chicharito up front. Manuel Lanzini’s welcome return in midweek may continue with another start on the bench, while Samir Nasri is fit and ready to start. The prospect of Lanzini, Nasri, Arnie and Hernandez playing in the same team is little short of lip smacking. This could be a memorable evening, for all the right reasons. Home win.

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

happygilmore 12:55 Mon Mar 4
Re: Saturday football
Good week of predictions Coffee. Likewise, the Burnley one stumped me.

pdcwhu 12:33 Mon Mar 4
Re: Saturday football
Murphy is 1 Scruffy Fucker

Keep dreaming 9:58 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Any old iron
Who gives a fuck, except wankers off course..

Sven Roeder 9:23 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Prematch brussel sprouts?

Against Man U he blamed the fact that the other teams players got injured for Liverpool’s poor play.

He doesn’t take enough risks with creative or attacking players when chasing a game.
Kautious Klopp

El Scorchio 9:22 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Klopp weather bingo.

He’s done rain, snow and wind now.

charleyfarley 9:17 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Klopp in a Sky interview after the match blamed the wind

The Stoat 8:16 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
The Stoat 4:05 Sun Mar 3

Westham67 8:06 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
The blue scousers must have loved that. Klopp bottled it

Sven Roeder 8:04 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Salah had a couple of good chances and bottled it.
Played like the player I thought they were buying. Bit of pace, in and out but not reliable.

geoffpikey 7:53 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Nice toffees.

Sven Roeder 7:44 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Martin Atkinson doing his best to get Liverpool home.
Will probably get a medal if they win the title

Any Old Iron 7:38 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
The word is scouse you fucking moron.

irisiris95 7:29 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
How biased is this ref!!!??? Liverpool players fall over & get a freekick straight away whilst they are allowed to pull back Everton players at will !?? !Amazing

Keep dreaming 6:48 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
What a shit match, scouce Vs scouce cunts

Long balls galore

Sven Roeder 5:24 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Kante should be at a bigger team. Maybe PSG

Fulham having a real go. Deserve an equaliser on their second half

El Scorchio 5:06 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Kante really is a quality player.

Sven Roeder 4:36 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Have watched about 20 mins
Definitely more effort and energy from Fulham but they can’t defend and Chelsea could have 3 or 4 goals.
They have been unlucky that Mawson from Swansea hasn’t played at all this season but they are very ordinary back there.
We dodged a bullet with Mawson for sure. Think he cost the same as Diop and Balbuena added together. FMOB

master 4:23 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
That 2nd Chelsea goal is a copy of the goal payet scored against Newcastle a few seasons ago

ted fenton 4:18 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
Go Scotty !

Fulham 1 chelsea 1

The Stoat 4:05 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
I guess a Merseyside draw would suit us best?

terry-h 3:51 Sun Mar 3
Re: Saturday football
I'd love Scott Parker to get off to a winning start, extra bonus would be that cunt Chelsea keeper making a horrible mistake or two.

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