Friday, April 8, 2011

On the Forecast: Gameweek 32

Who will come out top?
Yesterday recap has further explained on the fixtures prospect of some of the struggling teams; If you haven't check it, you can read it here; Its hard not to talk about relegation when you have eight remaining games to play; Let's see what in store for us managers in this weekend Gameweek 32;

European Quest
LIV vs MANC...Suddenly everyone afraid of free-scoring City after last week outburst; But I don't think Dalglish's men will be intimidated by that as they have their own 50 million pound strikeforce waiting to pounce as their defeat to former mentor was rather a blip; Liverpool will never lost to Anfield right?:D; Two South Americans, Suarez & Tevez to draw it out;

CHE vs WIG...If this match happens in DW, I would think Wigan have a chance to produce something but at the fortress Bridge, any other than a win can be considered as a failure to the Blues; But still you will never know the surprising form of a struggling team especially at the bottom; Its either a tight win (ala 1-0 or 2-1) or drubbing with a Torres hattrick;); Good luck Wigan;

TOT vs STK...They better focusing on the fourth place after Crouch ended their European dream; Their core players look out of depth currently especially with Bale (still not fit), Lennon (stomach bug etc) and VDV (out of form); Unexpectedly they have three straight matches at The Lane starting with the impressive Stoke who almost got a win against the defending champion; But can they strike the opposite after recording the worst away record in the league right now (six consecutive away defeats)?; Improve performance with a first draw for the away team;

England devastating trio

Title Quest
BLP vs ARS...Arsenal are running out of matches and don't want this to be another rather too obvious slip up; Creative players versus leaky defense; I don't think Tangerines is Blackburn Mk II but captain Adam and his guys may put something in the net though; A guaranteed win for Gunners, if not they will have to let the cupboard empty for another season;

MANU vs FUL...Total control of the premiership and Champs League and who don't want to bet for a team with a perfect home record in their six games; They haven't lost since ages and this week never look like their expected downfall; The only bad news is Rooney failed to contest the ban to put some relief to Nani owners; Fulham is no easy pushover and with their most potent striker Zamora is back, United are not expected to keep a clean sheet; But champion are born to win this type of game;

Survival Quest
WOL vs EVE...The lapse of concentration was again evident for Everton as they look set for another mid-table season; Wolves may have another agenda in order to survive the league especially inside their own den; Who will be top supplier in this match between O'Hara & Baines; Extra motivation might push the home side to a victory but Everton quality are too good to ignore; Draw;

BLA vs BIR...Don't know what to expect in this type of game; I reckon both defenders would come top in this relegation six-pointer especially with the likes of Samba, Nelsen, Ridgewell and RJohnson; All of them will hog the fantasy points this weekend no doubt; But I better play my Ben Foster though; Another painstaking, hard-fought, shirt grabbing 1-1 or 0-0, thank you;

They have done it before!

BOL vs WHAM...Bolton are finally at home after continue to be beaten on away assignments; Honestly speaking, Hammers looked like they would put a sword to United for a moment last week; They were too concentrating on holding a lead rather than put up another goal; While Bolton couldn't muster a victory despite playing well; I would say a fair chance again at The Reebok; I boldly go for an unexpected Hammers away win; Are you bold enough???;

SUN vs WBA...Black Cats fixtures really look too good to be true but don't ever underestimate the undefeated Hodgson side; Their form is the best comparing to other relegation hopefuls and a single win and a draw are more than enough for another successful survival act; Meanwhile, Sunderland only collect a single point in their last six games and their performance both home and away were very poor indeed; Winless in six (five of them defeats) versus undefeated in six, which one you would rather pick?; Its too obvious isn't it, Sunderland will not escape this unscathed for sure;

AST vs NEW...Magpies are playing good football without a proper strikeforce but can they maintain it against a team with a horrifying three-pronged attack at their own turf; Time will tell but after feeling like securing next season premiership, I think they would go easy without the suspended captain Nolan; Bent to help Villa climb the table and continue his scoring streak to challenge for the honor of top marksman again;

Next week will be the first out of the three remaining doubles towards the end of the season so another opportunity to play catch up and don't miss it guys; Do leave a comment if any stay tuned for next week and good luck, cheers... 

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