Saturday, April 23, 2011

On the Forecast: Gameweek 34

The Chelsea man to pile on the Gunners misery?
Tricky double gameweek ahead of us in Gameweek 34 where four teams play twice; Not a pretty prospect to be honest; A last major chance for you to make or break your season for the remaining five games; Your transfers may be based on these three criterias; Relegation fear, European places & Championship battle;

Rank 4

BOL vs ARS, @FUL
Unfavourable opponents and both are attack-minded outfits - Obviously no defensive points - Bolton away form were awful to say at least contrasting to their home - Arsenal need to win to push United - Bolton strikers worth a punt for the doubles (Sturridge, Elmander, Davies) while Gunners stars are all look assured of attacking points - Optimistically, Trotters to hold Gunners and lost to Fulham (1 point)

Rank 3

WOL vs FUL, @STK
If Wolves have their way, they can beat anybody regardless of their form - After a two weeks rest, they have to remain focus on the relegation fight especially at home - Just depend on the players like O'Hara, Ebanks Blake & Jarvis while defensively they are unreliable for both fixtures especially at The Brittania - A draw at home and a loss to the FA Cup finalist but it could other way to be honest (1 point)

Rank 2

FUL @WOL, vs BOL
These three outfits are equally balance in terms of strength but Fulham tend to rely on their Cottage fortress for results - Obvious transfers will be Dempsey and returning where he left off Zamora - Fulham are not mathematically safe yet so points against their relegation rivals are vital - Their quality would be more than enough to get an away point and punish The Trotters at home (4 points)

Rank 1

STK @AST, vs WOL
Fighting a frightening strikeforce and relegation fighting side may influence your transfers - Morale would be high after a destructive win in the FA semis - Villa players (Young, Bent, Downing) will also be fired up to repay their sick manager's faith - Unlike Bolton, Stoke midfield are the monsters now these days - Take your pick between Ethers, JWalters & Pennant for the doubles but they have to face both City & Gunners in their last four - Draw at Villa Park & a tight win at home (4 points)

To push United all the way instead of Arsenal!

Other matchups:-

MANU vs EVE - Devastating home form equivalent to Nani performance - Everton haven't loss in their last six games even their stars were out injured - Everybody will be expecting a home win (same with me) but Everton are more than capable to hold them out

BLP vs NEW - Two back to back home losses show that everybody are desperate to stop CAdam play - Magpies impressively reaching the sacred 40 points after holding out United - An entertaining draw

LIV vs BIR - Destroying both City and Arsenal title march was an astonishing feat especially with young defensive cover and new crop of players - Brums seem to collect the necessary points to stay up in the premiership - Liverpool win with a lot of Foster's save points

SUN vs WIG - European hopefuls to relegation fighters summed up Sunderland current form but fortunately they have a nice season end schedule - I still believe Wigan can survive the drop so I predict for an assured one point - Other than that should be an added sweet bonus
  
TOT vs WBA - VDV finally scored a massive points since ages against none other than their local rival but still European place looks beyond them - Baggies just experiencing their first defeat since Hodgson's appointment but still they have no problem in scoring - High-scoring draw

CHE vs WHAM - European losers to challenging the premiership and with the added spice of favourable fixtures, they have a realistic chance if United and Arsenal stumble again - Parker-less Hammers would think that this is not the proper time to go to the Bridge after seeing them overtook Arsenal at the top - Another comprehensive victory

BLA vs MANC - Rovers can only rely on the home advantage for survival but the future looks not so bright for them especially with the visit of the United conqueror - Balotelli to lead his expensively-assembled friends in the absence of Tevez to put a a stronghold on the Champs League place - Rovers dropping more points at home

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