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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 12:29 Sat Jan 11
Saturday football
Last night’s defeat has put a bit of a dampener on the rest of the weekend’s Premier League proceedings. With VAR in play, though, scope remains for an upset or three.

Unusually for this stage of the season, Palace sit above their hosts and will be boosted by the possible return of Wilfred Zaha this afternoon. Mikhel Arteta is yet to design his Arsenal team in an image he would like and this will be a stern test for both the manager and the managed. Draw.

Chelsea have slipped away from the top three and will relish today’s opportunity to start reducing that gap. A Blues win will also do much to keep the bottom of the table tight. The influential Christian Pulisic is out with an adductor injury, which sounds like it belongs in a car. Home win.

Just a point separates these two as Carlo Ancelotti looks to stamp his seal onto his new charges. Brighton are not the soft touch they might once have been and will offer disciplined resistance. But you’d still expect the hosts to have the upper hand on their own turf. Home win.

The Foxes’ battle this season is less with the side above them as with the one sitting just below. To emerge as winners of that come May could be as much of an achievement as was their title win. The Saints have pulled themselves up from the league’s nether region in recent weeks, a hugely do well to get impressive streak. But they’re likely to be outfoxed today unless they play the VAR joker. Home win.

Norwich look destined for the drop. Teemu Pukki is out with a hamstring injury, for which OGS will be grateful. Man U will return to the top five after being demoted from it by Sheffield Utd last night. Home win.

High-flying Wolves will want their visitors to be the ones howling at the final whistle. Newcastle have earned more plaudits so far this season than they probably expected, but will do well to come away from Molineux with anything. Home win.

That we’re in the second half of the season with Liverpool having dropped just two points since August is astonishing. Jose’s record against Liverpool is poor – having failed to win eight of his 10 encounters with the hosts. There’s little to suggest any improvement in that record, particularly with Kane out until April. An enticing end to the day’s roster. Away win.

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crystal falace 5:20 Mon Jan 13
Re: Saturday football
Laporte is world class, not many better defenders around than him anymore, clearly the jenga piece for their team as the defence fell apart without him.

Would be like Liverpool losing Van Dijk for 3 months.

Sven Roeder 8:27 Sun Jan 12
Re: Saturday football
If i owned Man City I might be asking Mr Guardiola how with a billion pounds worth of players he has managed to lose to the likes of Norwich and Newcastle.
I might ask also how having spent hundreds of millions on defenders he still hasnt many decent ones ... LaPorte is ok .... Stones Otamendi Mendy Walker etc etc Not so much.

They should be closer to LIverpool

Sky putting a bird on to give her opinion on Aguero & whether he is quite world class. Ha ha

nychammer 8:09 Sun Jan 12
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That last game against us could be winner takes all

Leatherhead Hammer 8:08 Sun Jan 12
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Villa have pulled 1 back. I think they can get something out of this game.

FACT......oh hang on

happygilmore 8:04 Sun Jan 12
Re: Saturday football
Amazing to think that great city team are 14.points adrift of Liverpool and played a game more.

Embarringly we are only a point better off than that Villa team.

lowlife 7:57 Sun Jan 12
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paulon 7:57 Sun Jan 12
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nychammer 7:56 Sun Jan 12
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Can’t wait til we play them again :O

The Stoat 7:35 Sun Jan 12
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twoleftfeet 7:33 Sun Jan 12
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Good for the goal difference.

lowlife 7:21 Sun Jan 12
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Give us some credit, that’s worse than us!

paulon 7:13 Sun Jan 12
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Villa done a West Ham

lowlife 7:06 Sun Jan 12
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0-4. Good grief!

paulon 6:49 Sun Jan 12
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The Stoat 6:48 Sun Jan 12
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Citeh three up

The Stoat 6:47 Sun Jan 12
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Citeh two up

twoleftfeet 6:44 Sun Jan 12
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Drinkwater = Sanchez

Jasnik 6:06 Sun Jan 12
Re: Saturday football
We have two easy games against Liverpool.

nychammer 6:03 Sun Jan 12
Re: Saturday football
In fact look at the fixtures remaining fro the season,40 points may be a tough ask

happygilmore 5:51 Sun Jan 12
Re: Saturday football
agree NYC,

Bournemouth have Norwich and Brighton Next

Watford a winable game against Villa

If we can't beat Everton or Leicester we will be sitting in the bottom 3.

Massive game Everton with tough run of fixtures to come

nychammer 5:48 Sun Jan 12
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Everton game is a better test, which we absolutely must win now given the next run of fixtures.

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