Saturday, April 16, 2011

On the Forecast: Gameweek 33

Who's this week captain king?
A bit late and to further speed up the preview, this week forecast will provide a quick updates, facts & factoids around the EPL world based Gameweek 33 fixtures; By now most of us already know that five teams got a blank this weekend while three teams have a double;


CHE - Unmistakenly the best matchup for the double - Lampard is the obvious captain - Luiz is the famous transfer - Nando is so far behind Drog in the striking department - West Brom are the better obstacle than Brums - Two straight wins are expected for second place chasing Chelsea - 

WBA - The form team at the moment - Odemwingie the form man - Leaky defense - No scoring problem especially at home - Could be a problem for rusty Blues - I think they can draw out the Blues with Hodgson's at the helm - 


BIR - 2nd in double difficulty ranking - Defense are very good in scoring, clean sheet and saving points - Currently experiencing a striking crisis - Banking on veteran KPhilips anyone? - Drawing Black Cats and a loss -

SUN - The worst team at the moment - Short of defensive cover - Formidable attack with Gyan at the top - Badly need some luck starting with an away draw -


ARS - Attack is superior than defense - Just play all their superstars - Home advantage counts while the derby will be explosive as usual - A win at home and an away draw to push United at the summit -

LIV - They will fight tooth and nail no doubt - Waiting for a double digit performance by Suarez - Knee jerking if you buy Carroll this week - A spirited loss at The Emirates -

TOT - North London derby - Only realistic target is Champs League place - Harry will play all their heavyweights - Who want to bet for another 8 goals thriller?;D -

Could not rely on home advantage - Impressive Wigan know that they will have a fair chance - Obvious players here are Adam, DJ, Nzog, Rodallega - Obviously no clean sheets points - Draw -

Unbeaten in six at home -  Leon Osman doing the business swiftly - Extra motivation is on relegation threaten Rovers - Defensively crippled with Nelsen out of the season - Everton are too good at home -

Relegation six pointer - Home ground advantage - Villa starting to look solid - Bent salivating his chance against a ponderous defense - Its anybody game in relegation battle - I go with Hammers win -

Nobody can stop the champion elect nowadays - St James Park are hardly a nice place to visit - Obvious striking problem for The Magpies and have a yo-yo reputation in the league - A comprehensive win for United who are fighting for a glorious treble - They are top-notch in all departments - 

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