Friday, April 29, 2011

On the Forecast: Gameweek 35

Another walking away act again???
Sorry for lack of updates...Here is some 10-point recap on the last weekend action before we are fully running on the forecasting of Gameweek 35...

1) Chelsea become the only contender to challenge United

2) Arsenal finally succumbed to their occasional season ending collapse

3) City tighten the grip on Champions League qualification

4) The three worst relegation candidates performance are Hammers, Wolves & Rovers

5) Fulham & Stoke looked to secure their premiership stay with a determined display over two games

6) El-Nino & Dzeko broke their scoring duck

7) Bolton too dependable on Sturridge?

8) Goal difference looks vital in the premiership survival

9) Assured United performance in Europe for the highly realistic double

10) Rotation looming for the Gunners-Devils affair

On the Forecast: Gameweek 35



ARS vs MANU - Something to prove on the weekend - Chelsea will gain an upper hand if Arsenal win - Morale should be low for the home side - United reliable second string side will stifle Gunners uninterested youngsters - One foot on the Europe final, minimal preparation needed - Sir Alex might go with all out attack to put another one foot to the title - United will not lost here to alter their destiny - Both locking horn with each other

CHE vs TOT - Another battle at the top - The old self Chelsea resurfaced again - The home advantage is there for the Blues - It's all depend on either Ancelotti wants to play Nando with Drog together or rely on the trusted guys - Redknapp men to try to get their European chances back even though they blew it up against Baggies - They can only dream of a draw at the fortress Bridge - Chelsea to replace Arsenal as title challengers with a hard-fought win

Getting to Europe is getting harder

WBA vs AST - Odemwingie on fire especially at home - Not reliable at the back but dependable on the attack - Villa's intimidating strike force to steal some away points - Who else gonna score if not DBent - No clean sheet points for sure - Away contingent will be fired up after knowing their coach has been doscharged from hospital - Both to cancel each other out

LIV vs NEW - Complete performance after dismantling poor Brums - Magpies will not be an easy prey - Almost potent (still leaky on an off day) at the back but impotent at the front - Still waiting on Suarez hattrick - Pool young full-backs looked incredibly solid, better than their predecessor - They will not lost in King Kenny own backyard - A 2-1 win for The Reds

MANC vs WHAM - City proved their credentials after tightening the grip on European places - Form-wise Hammers might have to think twice in coming to Manchester with Dzeko & Balotelli look threatening - WHam are facing some sort of injury crisis and next three games will be crucial for their survival - I think they will provide some resistance to register a tight loss, not a drubbing as we expected

BLA vs BOL - A good game for Rovers to get back on track - The home side may want to take advantage of Bolton awful away form unless Sturridge is fit - Winning this fixture will determine their next course of action for the remaining three - No obvious target for Bolton as they have secured a top 10 finish - I'm a bit skeptical on Rovers to get full points as Bolton rarely having an off day twice in a row - Safe & skeptical prediction = Draw

Banking on these explosive duo

BLP vs STK - Record speak for themselves; Two losses and a draw after three home games - Stoke may fancy themselves to get full points against the Tangerines based on both of their current form - Pennant looks set to hog assisting points with the absence of Etherington with Kenwyne Jones regaining some momentum - No high hopes for Blackpool survival though after this game - High scoring game with Blackpool edging the Potters

SUN vs FUL - Both have mathematically secured their top-flight next season - Fulham continue to be a 'hard to break' outfit while Sunderland were lucky enough to beat Wigan with their own injury crisis - Home advantage is crucial in this type of game but the quality of both side could not be underestimated coming to the end season - I reluctantly go with another draw to justify their current position

WIG vs EVE - Everton narrowly loss to the champion elect after a long undefeated run - Wigan came to a halt after unexpectedly losing with a high margin against Black Cats - Wigan are facing a run of favourable fixtures and they are capable enough to stifle strong opponents i.e. Chelsea - Everton have no realistic target this season - I am betting Wigan to get full points at home

BIR vs WOL - Brums just experiencing a harsh lesson on Liverpool attacking capacity - Home advantage against a team who are having a loss of steam, victory is expected - But Wolves tend to surprise everybody when they are on a poor form, just ask all the top five - I believe the Reds drubbing was just a blip for Birmingham and Foster & Co will make the life harder for the visiting team - Wolves can only grab a draw here

Ok, that's it guys for this week; Caution on the last edition of double gamers next week; You may want to maximise your transfers this week to be well prepared for the quarterfinals if you are playing head to head league; Good luck

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