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Coffee 8:55 Sat Apr 20
Saturday football
Sod’s Law suggests a goalless draw, but the anticipatory juices will nonetheless be flowing in the hope of a repeat of Wednesday. Pep will have a job on his hands to pick his players up, not to mention himself. But if he can do that, we can expect a rampant City side determined to remind the nation who’s boss. Home win.

Bournemouth are safe and Fulham are gone. There’s little to play for, although the Cherries will leapfrog us if results go against us today. Home win.

As above, although a Terriers’ win would help our quest for a decent final position. Draw.

It’s a sunny day and the temperature is forecast to climb to a sizzling 24C. Leicester lead the chasing pack and seem to have picked up some mojo since Brendan Rogers’ arrival. Our mojo, infuriatingly, comes and goes and there’s no telling if it will be there today. Speaking of absenteeism, Lanzini and Nasri are out, but Aaron Cresswell may return after his knee injury. Arnautovic should be back, but Hernandez has an ear problem. (What?) Much attention will understandably be on the tragic helicopter crash after the corresponding fixture (1-1) in October. On paper, this should be a close game, but if we play as we can the points should be there for the taking. In the words of our manager: ‘If we play the way we played at Man Utd we will win more than the way we played against Huddersfield, when we did win.’ Yep. Home win.

The wind is firmly in Cardiff’s sails leaving Brighton bobbing aimlessly in the doldrums – like the mariner of ancient times, ‘the ocean hath no blast.’ Although they have two points and a game in hand, Brighton have it all to do with a run-in that includes Spurs (A), Arsenal (A) and Man City (H). If, as form strongly suggests, the Seagulls get nothing from this game, there will be an awful lot of fresh fowl splatterings adorning the south coast in the coming weeks. Home win.

Mathematicians will insist that both these sides remain in the relegation mix. But recent form belies their respective league positions and all but the most pessimistic will assume that both are safe for another year. That should allow for an open, entertaining game between two battle-hardened teams and two managers whose considerable achievements are measured by survival. Draw.

There are no games in the Championship today, but a full programme yesterday saw leaders Norwich grab a draw at home to Sheffield Wednesday, while Leeds dropped out of the top two with a surprise home defeat to lowly Wigan. Sheffield United now occupy second spot on goal difference. Three games to play. At the bottom, Millwall gained a point at home to Brentford, which keeps them one place above the drop zone. Another full programme on Monday sees Norwich visiting Stoke (16th), Sheffield Utd at Hull (10th) and Leeds at Brentford (15th), while Millwall visit Aston Villa (5th).

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The Hammers 9:05 Wed Apr 24
Re: Saturday football
Brighton will stay up.

Sven Roeder 12:13 Wed Apr 24
Re: Saturday football
Zac Efron
An actor
From the United States of America

In Greatest Showman
And plays Ted Bundy in his latest film
Researching murderous sex maniacs by observing Spurs fans.

jfk 12:08 Wed Apr 24
Re: Saturday football
Brighton are a poxy little club.Tottenham all of the sudden think their huge.always been up there with the likes of Arsenal,man Utd and Liverpool.I Sincerely hope we thrash the wankers Saturday.

simon.s 11:58 Tue Apr 23
Re: Saturday football
For once I didn’t want Spurs to lose. It would have took the shine off of our win there on Saturday.

Fortunes Hiding 11:51 Tue Apr 23
Re: Saturday football
Who was the “ celebrity “ in the crowd with a spurs top????

Sven Roeder 11:46 Tue Apr 23
Re: Saturday football
I think Lamela is injured but he probably wouldn’t be in their starting eleven
Dier was on the bench
They have one likely starter injured

claretandbluedagger 11:39 Tue Apr 23
Re: Saturday football
Jamie Redknapp seems to think that a Spurs have an injury crisis as Kane is injured. Unusual thought.

Sven Roeder 11:36 Tue Apr 23
Re: Saturday football
Cardiff need 4 more points than them with the goal difference against them.
You can’t see Brighton getting another point
Must be gutted not to have us in the last few games

wanstead_hammer 11:36 Tue Apr 23
Re: Saturday football
We’ve just gotta keep all the shots fairly low down, cos as well as the shit Poundland turf, all the other shots seemed to fly 50 foot over the bar.
Prob dodgy acoustics/vacuum tunnelling systems/Beer-pump suction overload etc etc..

Place needs knocking down.

Any Old Iron 11:32 Tue Apr 23
Re: Saturday football
Let's be honest, Brighton are a shit little club (who keep taking points off us) that play shit, negative, Allardyce-like anti-football who are a stain on the PL.
Hope they go down.

Sven Roeder 11:28 Tue Apr 23
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Spurs looked laboured and lacking ideas
They brought on Vincent Freaking Jansen for Christ’s sake.

twoleftfeet 11:26 Tue Apr 23
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I’m no Spurs fan but thank fuck Eriksen scored, that was utterly dreadful from Brighton.

They have not scored in their last 7 premier league games, Hughton would be sacked at any other club.

Would we put up with that?

wanstead_hammer 11:23 Tue Apr 23
Re: Saturday football
N’er mind.
It’s all set up for US to be the first team to win there. And we will, next Saturday.

Sven Roeder 11:22 Tue Apr 23
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Spurs have won every game and haven’t conceded yet at the new stadium

claretandbluedagger 11:17 Tue Apr 23
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Gutting for Brighton.

Sven Roeder 10:45 Tue Apr 23
Re: Saturday football
The keeper doesn’t have to run and rush goalkicks
Spurs fans are booing every one to put pressure on the ref
The cunts

Son playacting again
Such a cynical team

twoleftfeet 10:41 Tue Apr 23
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Brighton wasting time already, I fucking hate the way they play football.

Hughton is just a young version of Allardyce

Sven Roeder 10:25 Tue Apr 23
Re: Saturday football
It looked ragged for the Man City game which I thought was Spurs not watering it against superior players
I’m sure the pitch contributed to Kane’s injury on that angled bit that Mrs Dalglish and the talking heads are standing on.
It’s dangerous not having a run off area of at least 30 yards. With a carpet on it

Mad Dog 10:11 Tue Apr 23
Re: Saturday football
Is it me or is the sp*rs pitch shit. Seems to be cutting up. Thought the same when they played huddersfield

martyboy 10:10 Tue Apr 23
Re: Saturday football
This ref is going to give these diving wankers a pen in this game, they play the numbers game. Fall over half a dozen times, the ref sure to give you one of them!!

geoffpikey 9:57 Tue Apr 23
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Joke ruined now. How awful. I blame Chinese polluters for building my phone.

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