Friday, May 6, 2011

On the Forecast: Gameweek 36

Full throttle weekend
MANU vs CHE - Major game of the week with such a high stake - United cruising towards their third Champions League final in four years by using their so called effective B-team and surprisingly two of the lesser-known performed namely Anderson & DGibson - The high-rollers are purposely save for the biggest event of the season - Chelsea have the luxury of resting time ahead of their penultimate battle

Please dont screw up again Mr Ancelotti by starting Torres - Drog need to be at the top of the attacking formation to fully utilize his predatory instinct - The old spine of Chelsea may have a fair chance here against nervous United - Can the Blues inflict the first defeat in 13 games winning run at their own Old Trafford? - Tough times, possible, realistic and record are there to be broken - May the true champion prevails! - I still think United to wrap it though

AST vs WIG - Villa looked assured for another season - Wigan badly need a win (we've been saying this for the past two months) - Motivation are with Nzog (if he's fit) and Co. to stay up - Villa are pretty tight at home while Wigan are too unstable during away trips - Deserved draw

BOL vs SUN - Bolton are currently on a winning streak for the past five home games - Desperate times for the Black Cats as 3/4 of their first eleven are facing some sort of injury nightmare to the point that Nedum Onuoha is being told to play as a striker in the next game - I'm not judging his attacking experience during his youth but honestly they are in big trouble if DSturridge is fit - Its still a win without Danny

NEW vs BIR - Playing in the Magpies fortress - KNolan is back - Both need few points more to rest assured - Gardner is suspended - Poor away form for Brums as they have not taste victory since gameweek 33 - Just take it easy and play for a draw

Too striking to go down???

WHAM vs BLA - A true relegation slugfest - Winning this is very-very-very crucial for the Hammers- Rovers looked to regain some momentum but obviously this is not their home - A predicted home banker but motivation to escape is not something to be ignored of - Hammers to put the interesting factor on the bottom three by winning this

WOL vs WBA - In-form team versus winless in five - After winning away to Villa in March, Wolves are crashing down  the table - While Baggies only registered one loss since Hodgson takeover - Another high-scoring draw for Odemwingie

STK vs ARS - Gunners were spot on in putting a halt to United march towards the championship - It was the obvious case of 'what if' they put a performance like that against the likes of Pool, Spurs & Bolton - Stoke must be concentrating on the cup final and preserving some of their stars are predictable - Gunners to win and destroy Potters seven games undefeated home record

FUL vs LIV - Can Fulham scored another three after scoring three goals in three consecutive home fixtures? - While Reds scored three or more goals in their last four home games, they are becoming increasingly hard to break on away assignments since they found their long-lost fluidity - High-scoring draw for both in-form teams

Better watch your back Spurs!

MANC @EVE, vs TOT - Mancini is hinting to rotate his main men around the double particularly the terror trio of Silva, Yaya & Kolarov - Everton can be the spoiler here especially at their own backyard even they don't have anything to play for - Play your Everton defense with caution except Mr Baines against the aforementioned trio - City will be happy for a draw at Goodison while concentrating in defeating Spurs at home to consolidate their Champs League position but it can easily go either way though - Drawing away and winning at home for City - Their quality are too good to be left out in next season lucrative European tour

TOT vs BLP, @MANC - Not a walk in the park fixture for City as Spurs are planning to grab the ever important Champions League place that looks so distant - Form is not on their side though - But sure they would love to gain some revenge against Tangerines who punished them dearly some months ago - After four (4) games in a row producing two points, fixtures are getting tougher for Tangerines as they are the bookmaker first choice to go down - Double favourites would be the consistent VDV and inconsistent Bale -  Two straight wins for Harry Redknapp but for me City will be too much quality than them for Europe

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