Friday, February 4, 2011

On the Forecast: Gameweek 26

Can the person on the right outshine the left?
A combo of recap and forecast as the games come thick & fast; Just enjoy the reading;

Midweek Recap
(Arsenal win); "they (Everton) can only hope for a stalemate here; Go Gunners!"; Almost a draw to stay at least albeit coming from behind but Gunners are still on track;

(Chelsea win); "Chelsea will get their sweet revenge"; A sweet revenge indeed for the Blues after scoring four; I fear for Drog with El-Nino acquisition though;

(United win); "United to win it with Rooney breaking his duck"; What can I say as Rooney chose this match to announce his comeback; A really bad knee-jerk if you were chasing Berbs last score;

(City draw); "My hunch prove irresistible to see the home side get something from City"; Another pinpoint hunch of mine as 100 million plus pound strike force stumbled yet again to say bye-bye to the title;

(Liverpool win); "they will have more than enough firepower to win against Stoke "; Who need Torres when they have Luis '16 minute, 1 goal' Suarez; I want to see Torres face if they could win at The Bridge;

(Fulham win); "I expect another win for the home team with their own interesting new faces"; Forgotten hero Damien Duff winning it for the home side; Lack of striking cover will prove costly for The Toon Army;

(Wigan draw); "Who want to bet for a high scoring draw for The Baggies with me?;D"; What did I tell you when interesting draw unfold at The Hawthorns; Nzog stars and a weak debut for Vela;

(Hammers win); "Hammering win for The Hammers"; Robbie Keane opened his scoring account with VObinna stole the limelight with a brace; Charlie Adam will determine the fate of his club;

(Spurs win); "High scoring draw for me"; The only wrong result for me as typical combo of Crouch & VDV proved the difference; Mediocre team (Rovers) with mediocre manager;

Sorry guys, I accidentally missed the Bolton preview; That won't count of course:D but my IKTS was a home win nevertheless; Forecasted results with 80 percent accuracy this week;

(Bolton win); Smash & grab win as debutant, Daniel Sturridge scored the winning goal in the dying minutes; Wolves are going down;

Who's flipping next?

On the Forecast GW26

CHE vs LIV - Free scoring outfit versus resolute defense; Player betrayal versus capable replacement; El-Nino versus Hand of God II; Lampard comeback versus revived Meireles; The Bridge advantage versus King Kenny The Messiah all hail the special one; Complete recipe of an imminent blockbuster; I reluctantly go for a high-spirited draw but I really want to see 'the player greater than the club' saga ends with Torres crying;D;

NEW vs ARS - Gunners need to win this type of game to be in the title contention but for how many times I mention that St James Park is a formidable place to visit; Arsenal to win it tightly and it is not a surprising result if Toon could squeeze them for a draw;

AST vs FUL - Villa are improving from game to game with the successful integration of DBent & JMakoun but Fulham are on the roll up the premiership table with sufficient ammunition in front and solid partnership in the back; I bet for an entertaining draw to justify their current form;

WHAM vs BIR - Obafemi Martins might be unleashed here to challenge RKeane supremacy; Both teams have ample support in new recruits, DBentley & WBridge; A second fiddle to the match of the week aka relegation six pointer; High scoring draw with The Hammers have a slight edge to nick it;

WIG vs BLA - Rovers play is too casual and they seem contend to achieve the minimum required 40 points to be safe for next season; The hungry one should be the home side as they are more than capable to drag themselves out of the relegation zone asap and they are having three of the giants next; I regretted not playing Nzog last time out, home win;

I found out this pic was very amusing...Enjoy;D

EVE vs BLP - Everton welcome back TCahill to galvanize their dull attack after narrowly lost to Arsenal; The Tangerines are being dragged closer to the bottom and I feel sad if they are relegated as the premiership needs this kind of outfit to entertain us week in week out; Can James Beattie rescues them one more time?; Not really as I see the home side prevails;

TOT vs BOL - So now DSturridge is really a real deal and pushing for a start after doing what KDavies & Elmander couldn't do since I don't know when, ages maybe;D; Spurs are continuing life without Bale and I am expecting VDV to be in the center stage again; The home side to get something out of nothing to keep Chelsea in sight;

STK vs SUN - Stoke last win was at home and the recent form shows two away defeats in a row while Sunderland last two away games were victorious; Both will be eager to bounce back after experiencing a crushing defeat in their last games; Easily a straight forward draw for me,

MANC vs WBA - On paper, this is the best match up of the week in terms of fantasy and a zillion of us will surely captain Tevez while some of us want to gamble on Silva or recently recruited Dzeko; Odemwingie is struggling to be fit and honestly, Carlos Vela needs him to be out to show what he can do; I'll go with majorities with a potential drubbing with no clean sheet;

WOL vs MANU - Few of us dare to argue with the current Invincibles but Chelsea & Manchester City already lost at the Molineux; But with Berbs, Roons & Nani all are on top form, there will be one conclusion, a win is a win even though its a hard fought one; Sorry Wolves;

Thanks for reading and good luck to all managers...

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