Friday, September 9, 2011

On the Forecast: Gameweek 4

Emergency Package...
ARS vs SWA

Nice fixtures from now onwards - Big names in defense eager to impress as Verm crocked again - Swans still fail to find the net - Those who look likely to score are their wingers - Vorm is massive but dont expect them to get anything here - Winning mentality to resume

MANC vs WIG

Free scoring City are taking advantage of the Nasri effect - Rotation issue might be the problem here - Champs League just around the corner - Wigan vs top-four result was quite good last year - Just found their scoring touch but very blunt on away assignment - Obviously a City victory

BOL vs MANU

Bolton is not known for their defense - Bolton love of loaning youngsters may prove fruitful - As expected, United will more or less keep the momentum - Definitely able to score while defense are still unproven - Everybody will be very afraid after the last explosive drubbing - An away win with no clean sheet

The return of the king?
SUN vs CHE

Bendtner will be straight in after an international brace - The whole new team may need some time to gel - Chelsea attack are still looking uninspired especially the 50million pound man - The only reliable point scoring machine is the free running Bosingwa - Chelsea ugly win if Mata plays

STK vs LIV

Surprisingly Stoke can grind an away result - New signings (Crouch, Jerome, Palacios) will make them even sterner - Never underestimate Brittania advantage - I bet Suarez will take the set pieces if Adam is out - Pressure as a title challenger may prove beneficial - 1-1 the score it is

WOL vs TOT

Surprise package of the season right now - New team mates and old players are looking to gel & play some attractive football - Spurs are having too much quality as the last hammering seems like a blip - With no VDV, Bale will be released and Adebayor to be unleashed - Another action packed stalemate

NOR vs WBA

Canaries looked like a solid outfit against Chelsea - Their wing play and Holt as a target man were impressive indeed - Home advantage may be crucial - Defensive minded Brums surprisingly loss at home worries me - Badly need Mr Odemwingie - A very-very tight draw

Can he fulfill his potential (again)?
FUL vs BLA

Uncertainties in playing time for Fulham's famous fantasy signing - Dempsey may play an attacking role yet again - Poor Rovers desperately need to get back on track especially with the Scott Dann signing - Current form is the fault on the manager rather than the players - Comfortable home win at the Cottage

EVE vs AST

Former Madrid flop/superstar Royston Drenthe is an interesting acquisition - There are still doing the hard way to get result aka early season syndrome - Stubborn Villa will stubbornly play this kind of game - Maybe and a big maybe Nzog can get the things going without Bent - Reluctantly predict a draw again, yawn

QPR vs NEW

Wright Philips is eyeing a free role - Triple defensive signings to perform with the occasional bad-boy Barton taking his old team mates - Magpies imperious defense to be further strengthen with the arrival of Santon - Unknown set of strikers look to be the surprise package for unexpected opponents - A draw yet again, am I too predictable? - Fingers crossed and good luck to all and hoping for another 8-2 scoreline maybe, not in  million years:D

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