Friday, January 21, 2011

On the Forecast: Gameweek 24

Can he replicate his 32 points a week last season?
This week On the Forecast; A huge opportunity for us as the second double gameweek of the season is looming with six(6) teams to choose from; Second wildcard is available and the best time is either this week or GW27 to activate it; This week rundown:-

Double Gamers
Both games seem attractive but we have been here before; The only good thing is King Kenny is in charge, expect his first win for either of these; Wolves know how to play them and I go for the home win obviously but just play all your Pool players except Konchesky (I still have him;D); Martin Kelly looks attractive for the double gameweek though; I believe Wolves are strong at home but still unpredictable; Fulham will be further explained below;

The only team that have two back to back home games; Their record is not very good at home but goals will be flying for sure; Buying their defenders are not advisable who are facing two of the best defense in the league right now; Don't bet against invincible United while The Black Cats are their only chance to be honest as they continue their journey without Darren 'The big club' Bent; Blackpool attackers are your best chance;

After convincingly dispatching WHam and Leeds United, everybody will be banking on Arsenal; But I believe that Wigan are still their boogie team so they are capable for a surprise there; My hunch goes for a draw there but I tip Wigan to narrowly lose it; Everybody will be chasing VPersie last points I supposed; Wigan have a fair chance against the new strike force Villa on the midweek; I go for a draw then; Nzog & Rodallega are very good picks;

Mark Hughes men are on the rise and they are too good to be relegated; My honest assessment is they need to get necessary points against Stoke and have a fair chance at Anfield but then it will cancel out my Kenny Dalglish first win though:D; The best bet is one win and one draw, either one is good for me; Dempsey & SDavies to lead the attack;

I heard that wherever Darren Bent go, he will score on his debut; Captain material maybe???;D; Tevez, Dzeko & Co are on the roll even though their defense seem leaking; Their midweek match at the DW Stadium is not a favourable option either; Two draws for my IKTS score; Villa wingers are indispensable;

The invincible tag make these fixtures a banker for United; The best captain choice, you pick; Nani, Rooney, & Berbatov (caution!) are all good; Ben Foster first visit to his former club and may be eager to show them what they are missing; You can count on their defense also except Rafael but a little bit wary about the Tangerines frontline; Two wins to keep the title quest intact;

I really miss their understanding

Single Gamers
Andy Carroll is out injured so the Magpies could depend on the former hat trick hero Leon Best and attacking sub Ameobi for a finishing; St James Park is a renowned fortress but against VDV & Bale, goals will not be far away; Spurs improving defense against captain Nolan & Co. are equal to an interesting stalemate;

Rovers are formidable at home while The Baggies just won a hard fought thriller at home after five straight losses; West Brom are desperately need their hotshot (Odemwingie) fit to get some wins especially on the road; Blackburn new manager just got a mammoth deal until 2013 (I don't know why famous people keep getting publicity especially Maradona!) and should start this with a win; A tight win and a Gamst Pedersen comeback;

The home side know how to frustrate the top four especially the defending champion; Fantasy managers are losing faith with Monsieur Drogba as his price fell to a season low of 12.2; Same can be said with Mr Elmander but maybe he is plotting something against Ancelotti's men, who knows; Double gamers are too tempting this week as I expect them to score more than The Blues; My honest prediction would be a tight win for Chelsea;

Avram Grant is officially the West Ham manager for the time being after getting rejected by O'Neill; Everton continue to impress and almost registered a double against their Merseyside rival; Pienaar is out to upgrade Seamus Coleman as a sure starter; The home side are too good here and I'm banking on them to inflict a third Hammers defeat in a row; Honestly, a draw is their best chance at Goodison;

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