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Season Summary and my Game of the Season - Last Decade - Part 1

So I'm bored so I've compiled a list of my personal highlight game of each of the last 10 seasons. This is the first 5, I'll do the last 5 in another post at some point. I've added a brief summary of the season and the game to help set the context. I have added links to highlights for each game where possible.
Join me down memory lane. Love to get your thoughts and your own personal highlights of each season.
This has taken me ages and it made me realize how many amazing games we've played over the last 10 years. It's been so hard to talk about everything and I apologise if this is a wall of text. It has really reminded me to be grateful for being able to watch this club in this era.
I go to every home game but not the away games, so I probably have some bias towards the home games.
This was the first year we were chasing a top 4 spot. It was between Tottenham, Villa and City and it went right down to the wire. A win against Villa on 1st of May kept us in prime position, then a devastating 1-0 loss to Tottenham on 5th May in the penultimate game of the season kept us out.
We signed Lescott (Everton fans hated him), Gareth Barry, Kolo, Tevez and Adebayor that year. And Roque Santa Cruz and Adam Johnson, but let's not talk about them for different reasons respectively.
Mark Hughes got sacked in December because we couldn't defend for shit.
Weirdly this season is one I have some of the fondest memories for. We had top tier players for the first time in my life. It had a wild west feel, we had so many new players and we were in a mode where we could win or lose any game. It didn't have the same pressure as some of the more recent seasons because one loss didn't derail our whole season. Even though it ended in disappointment I still absolutely loved watching City this year. We also had arguably one of the best City kits of all time this year.
By far the worst game of this season for me was the 1-0 loss to United at home. Scholes scored a fucking injury time winner and I couldn't speak to anyone for about a day I was so pissed off.
City went 1-0 down at home to that seasons PL champions after the ball bounced off Adebayor's back into his own net. Adebayor then scored a poachers goal at the right end, then Tevez completed the comeback with a low curling free kick. But that wasn't it, Chelsea got a penalty and Lampard stepped up to take it. Given guessed right and saved, securing a 2-1 win.
This is my personal favourite because the atmosphere was rocking that night. I still remember how it felt, the Given save was celebrated more than most goals. It felt like we had arrived, we'd taken on one of the best teams in the league and won.
Honourable mentions: City 4-2 Arsenal (easily could have chosen this game instead, Adebayor slide) Chelsea 2-4 City, City 3-2 Sunderland (this game got Hughes sacked, every time either team attacked they looked like scoring), United 4-3 City (If we hadn't played 20 minutes of injury time and Owen scored this might have been the best game).
This was it, we finally broke our trophyless streak and got 3rd place! Momentous season with some big moments and some big signings. This was the year we signed David Silva, Yaya Toure, Balotelli, Dzeko and Milner. New heroes were born this season and this season set the scene for the next decade at the club.
Now, I'm sure a lot of people might go for the FA Cup final as their favourite, but for me the semi was mine. This was the first time I had ever seen City play at Wembley (now it's virtually every year). Arch rivals, the team I hated most for my whole life, both meeting in the semi final. City desperate to win their first trophy for 35 years, United desperate to stop them. I was personally shiteing it this game and was not expecting to win.
Berbatov missed a great early chance that made me blurt out a few swear words in front of my dad. It was a cagey game and we were cheering any half chance. Until up steps the man, the legend, Yaya Toure. Carrick gifts him the ball, he drifts past a defenders and slides it past van der Saar right in front of the City fans. Bastard man Paul Scholes kicks Zaba and gets sent off, City reach the final and ultimately win the trophy.
Weird reminder, Tevez was the captain this season. He didn't speak any fucking English and he was the captain. Kompany was in the squad and Mancini chose Tevez. Go back look at pictures of us winning the cup and he's lifting the trophy first. Just thought that was a funny side note.
Honourable mentions - FA Cup Final 1-0 vs Stoke, City 1-0 Tottenham (Crouchy scoring the top 4 deciding goal for the second year in a row).
If the last season was a great, this one was incredible. If you wrote a script like this year people would say it seemed far fetched. There was so much drama this year, even before the finale. It's so much talked about amongst City fans I probably don't even need to go into too much detail. You probably already know which game will be my favourite because it is completely unavoidable. I will just say a few words and I bet you can work it out - 6 games - 8 points, 6-1, 1-0, 3-2.
City raced into the lead this season, we didn't lose a game until 12th December vs Chelsea. In that run was the famous 6-1 win. Do I even need to discuss that. Jesus christ what an amazing feeling after that game. Compounded by the fact that we won the league on goal difference, so that game actually did decide the title.
Unfortunately we had a bit of a slump after the mid point of the season. A loss at Swansea really hurt us (some fan got pictured on TV crying when they scored, then 2 draws and a loss to Arsenal and it looked like typical City had come back and gifted United the title.
Tevez also had an unscheduled 6 month golf break mid season. I actually went to the Bayern away game, to date the only away CL game I've been too. Hugely disappointing game, we actually had a penalty shout in the first half and it could have gone very differently. Anyway, Tevez came back at the right time and was vital to the end of the season.
I would like to mention the 3-3 Sunderland game. I still use this game in my memory today for how even if a game looks like shit, if you fight back and can get a draw it might just mean the difference at the end, even if the odds are stacked against you. I remember Balotelli arguing on the pitch with Kolarov over a free kick at 3-1 down and the fans were so close to turning on him. Both of them ended up banging in goals from outside the box to draw the game.
Also please remember that Yaya Toure scored twice away at Newcastle in a very tight game to get us one step closer.
Also weird tidbit. After we drew 2-2 early in the season to Fulham I was interviewed by BBC Radio Manchester because I was going to the club shop and they wanted reactions. They asked me something along the lines of 'is this damaging dropped points or is it just a blip.' Think I said something about draws away from home not being the end of the world. No idea if it ever got aired because I didn't listen to it.
Do I need to say anything? I'll just use this space to remind people that the perfect angel that is Zabaleta also got a goal this day and Joey Barton is a shitbag.
I was at this game and it was both horrible and amazing. When we were 2-1 down even with 5 minutes left unlike most people I still had a weird certainty we were going to win it, maybe I was in shock or denial.
There were so many other fantastic games this season.
Honourable mentions: City 4-0 Swansea (Aguero's debut and 2 goals, a superstar was born), Spurs 1-5 City (Dzeko 4), United 1-6 City, QPR 2-3 City (forgotten game, but we actually beat them 3-2 earlier in the season in a very tough game), City 2-1 Chelsea (return of the golfer), City 1-0 United (Kompany's celebration is melted in my brain), Newcastle 0-2 City.
Phew, how do you follow up such an amazing season? With a disappointing one of course. Lackluster signings and Mancini allegedly losing the dressing room cost us this year. Our biggest signing Jack Rodwell only joined while I was driving down to Birmingham for the Charity Shield match vs Chelsea. We won that 3-2 but that was to be the only silverware that season.
Too many draws in the start of the season cost us and we never really got going this year. A lot of teams chanted 'boring boring City' due to Mancini's very defensive style. We finished rock bottom of our CL group, the second time in a row we had failed to qualify.
United carried by van Persie comfortably won the PL without us ever really being close. His free kick to beat us 3-2 at the Etihad was haunting (damn you Nasri block it properly). A horrible day out at Wembley watching us get giant-killed by Wigan sealed Mancini's fate.
The fans still loved him though. Some chanted 'you can shove your Pellegrini up your arse' at Wembley (I did not approve and this did not age well and he took out a full page ad in the MEN to than the fans. The fans responded with one for him in an Italian newspaper. taking one out in I still to this day absolutely love Mancini. He dragged us out of the shadow and showed nothing but fire and passion for the club. He was a true friend to the City fans and an all time legend.
A really tough game. Milner got sent off about 20 minutes in and we went 1-0 down through a Shane Long lucky goal. We still looked the better team and Dzeko was subbed on and scored a header.
It's still 1-1 heading into injury time and it looks like we've pissed away 2 points. But suddenly City break, Aguero slides a perfect ball through to Dzeko and he bangs it in from just outside the box. He rips his shirt off and celebrates with the fans after coming off the bench to score 2 goals to win a game we had played the majority of with 10 men. After scoring a late winner the month before vs Fulham away he cemented his unwanted label as a super sub.
Honourable mentions - United 1-2 City, Real Madrid 3-2 City (we looked like we had done them at home, but they snatched it with two goals with less than 5 minutes left), Arsenal 0-2 City.
Enter Pellegrini. This was our first title battle against Liverpool and foreshadowed the past two years. Big Bren did a great job at Liverpool, sending them into fits of hysterical bizarre memes in typical Liverpool fashion. This was very similar to the 2011/12 season in that we pissed away the title and then had to fight back to win it on a knife's edge. I remember reading articles mid way through the season talking as if Liverpool had already won the league. Their fans were singing "we're gonna win the league" in April. They brought out a book about nearly winning the league.
But then Gerrard slipped, Suarez cried, the Scousers dream had fucking died, City win, five in a row, we're all singing Edin Dzeko, Edin Dzeko.
Anyway enough indulgence in looking at them, back to City. We signed Fernandinho this year, along with Navas, Negredo, Jovetic and the legend that is Demichelis.
After playing some dreary football under Mancini at times, Pellegrini introduced flowing attacking football and now we turned the 'boring boring City' chants into ironic ones. We finally got out of our Champions League group for the first time, only to be knocked out by Barca in the next round.
Negredo was a great impact player for the first part of the season, but a shoulder injury vs West Ham seemed to make him permanently lose his form. Navas was a great injection of pace even if he couldn't cross to save his life.
This season belongs to Yaya Toure though. The man that had scored all the important goals to win our first 2 trophies found another level this year. He was borderline unplayable at times, scoring 20 goals from midfield. There were two highlights for me a run from the halfway line past Villa defenders and then a curled finish. The other was of course the league cup final goal vs Sunderland. Facing towards the touchline he curled it into the top corner from miles outside the box, don't think I've ever seen a goal like it.
Let me also take a moment to point out United's demise. Ferguson left and in stepped Moyesey. They were piss poor and finished 7th. They have never really recovered since this year.
A patchy start to the season got us off badly, but we recovered around DecembeJanuary to be back in the fight. Unfortunately the results from February did not go in our favour and with Suarez and Sturridge scoring for fun we fell behind. We lost 3-2 at Anfield (I hate that place) and then a 2-2 draw at home to Sunderland looked like all our title hopes were over.
Okay can I point out again that another come from behind draw against Sunderland, when behind in the title race, seems to have saved our title winning season? Why do things seem to repeat themselves in football? Crouch scoring in the same fixture two years in a row to seal the CL spot, then Sunderland going ahead at the Etihad only for us to peg them back in the last few minutes?
Anyway, step up Demba Ba, slip down Gerrard and we're back in the lead. Crystal Palace finish the job. Unlucky lads, you'll have to put the pre-made Champions scarves back in the cupboard for another year.
We just fucking smashed them. This was arguably a more dominant performance than the 6-1 game. They did not stand a chance this game even with 11 men.
Aguero started the scoring with a tricky volley with the ball played in just behind him. Yaya poached one just before half time. Aguero got one more before Nasri hammered a volley underneath De Gea. Ratbag Rooney scored a free kick, but honestly 4-1 flatters them. It could have been 10-0 on another day.
A small aside, before every derby game Rooney used to run right over towards the City fans, sometimes flapping his arms about etc. trying to wind us up. Loads of times when he's scored vs City he's cupped his ears and shit like that. Any time when we hammer them I used to love watching him walk off with his tail between his legs.
Honourable mentions - United 0-3 City, City 6-0 Spurs (Navas scored a banger 11 seconds into the game), Everton 2-3 City (big Joe Hart against Naismith save helped win the title), City 6-3 Arsenal, City 7-0 Norwich, Spurs 1-5 City, City 5-0 Fulham (Demichelis scored a wonder goal).
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[Pre-Match Thread] Liverpool vs Chelsea - Premier League

LIVERPOOL CHELSEA

Matchday 34
14 April 2019
Kick Off: 16:30 GMT Convert to local time
Venue: Anfield
Referee: Michael Oliver Assistants: Stuart Burt, Simon Bennett Fourth official: Craig Pawson
Odds: Liverpool 8/11 Chelsea 18/5 Draw 14/5 (Via SkyBet)
Links
Where to Watch
Pre-Match Conference: Jurgen Klopp
Preview
  • Liverpool return to action on Sunday, with Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea visiting Anfield in the Premier League.
  • The Reds come into the game buoyed from a 2-0 UEFA Champions League win over FC Porto and will be out to maintain their place at the top of the table with victory over the Blues.
  • Chelsea were also victorious in midweek, as they beat Slavia Prague 1-0 in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday. Sarri's men were not at their best, but the victory was their fourth in a row in all competitions.
  • Liverpool top the table by two points from Manchester City, although they have played a game more than Pep Guardiola's side and know they can't afford to drop points if they are to be crowned champions.
  • Chelsea should provide a stiff test and are also in need of all three points as they continue their battle with Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Manchester United for a place in the top four.
Statements
Jurgen Klopp:
  • "I feel the positive energy. It's a massive change from surprise we are up there to getting used to it and getting more confident.
  • "The five or 10 seconds after the Tottenham equaliser [at Anfield two weeks ago] was the best reaction in the stadium.
  • "We really feel as one with the supporters as a whole group. You don't walk alone, you're never alone in these situations.
  • "We are trying to keep this dream alive and at the moment it's all good."
Maurizio Sarri:
  • "To face Liverpool is going to be difficult for us but every game now is difficult.
  • "We know well the risks of this match but we also know that when we are able to play at 100% of our potential, we can gain points anywhere.
  • "We are in a very good physical and mental condition right now."
Match Facts
  • Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 37 Premier League games at Anfield - only once in their top-flight history have they had a longer unbeaten home run (63 between Feb 1978-Dec 1980).
  • Chelsea have lost their last five Premier League away games against fellow 'big six' opponents, including all three this season by an aggregate score of 1-11. However, the Blues have won three of their last four away league games against sides starting the day top, including a 2-0 victory at Anfield in April 2014.
  • Chelsea have won three Premier League games in a row for the first time since September 2018, when they won their first five matches in the competition under Maurizio Sarri.
  • Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge netted the equaliser for his side at Stamford Bridge in the reverse fixture back in September; the only player to previously net both home and away against the Blues within the same campaign was Fabio Borini, who did so for Sunderland during the 2015-16 season.
  • Only three of the last 32 visiting managers have managed to taste victory in their first Premier League trip to Anfield (W3 D5 L24); Louis van Gaal in March 2015, Slaven Bilic in August 2015 and most recently, Paul Clement in January 2017.
  • Roberto Firmino has scored seven goals in his last six Premier League home games for Liverpool. However, the Brazilian has only faced Manchester United (8) and Everton (7) more often than Chelsea (5) without finding the net in the Premier League.
  • Chelsea's Eden Hazard has had a hand in more goals than any other Premier League player this season (28 - 16 goals and 12 assists). The only league season in which the Belgian has been involved in more goals was in 2011/12 with Ligue 1 club Lille (36).
Head to Head
  • Liverpool have not won any of their last six Premier League home games against Chelsea, drawing four and losing two of those - they have never endured a longer winless run against an opponent in the competition.
  • The Blues have only lost twice in their last 16 meetings with the Reds in all competitions, and both of those defeats came at Stamford Bridge.
  • Chelsea have already tasted victory at Anfield this season, winning 2-1 in the EFL Cup third round. They have never won twice away to Liverpool in the same season.
  • Liverpool wins: 77 Draws: 41 Chelsea wins: 63
Team News
Liverpool
  • Liverpool will welcome back left-back Andrew Robertson from a suspension that ruled him out of the midweek Champions League win over Porto.
  • Joe Gomez was named on the bench on Tuesday and is in line for a first appearance since early December, though Dejan Lovren performed well at the back against Porto. Gomes is with U23s so definitely out for today's game.
Chelsea
  • Chelsea have the full squad to choose from, except left-back Emerson, who missed Thursday's game, will be assessed before the game.
Predicted Lineups
Liverpool XI:
  • Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Lovren, Van Dijk, Robertson; Milner, Henderson, Wijnaldum; Salah, Firmino, Mané
Chelsea XI:
  • Kepa; Azpilicueta, Rudiger, Luiz, Emerson; Kante, Jorginho, Loftus-Cheek; Hudson-Odoi, Higuain, Hazard
Form

Chelsea D L W W W
Liverpool W W W W W
Points Table
POS CLUB P W D L GD PTS
1 Liverpool 33 25 7 1 55 82
2 Man City 32 26 2 4 62 80
4 Spurs 33 22 1 10 30 67
3 Chelsea 33 20 6 7 23 66
5 Man United 33 19 7 7 19 64
Format Credit: u/YIIZWL
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Team Preview - Newcastle United [Premier League 2019-20 - 8/20]

Newcastle United

by AjaxTreesdown

Welcome to the triumphant return of the Premier League Previews, a series where a fan gives an overview of his team for your perusal, and I get an excuse to take pot-shots at other clubs. This will run until the eve of the Premier League, taking a look at each club in turn. Today from way down south we're going way up north, with Newcastle United.

About

Last season

Pos P W D L GF GA GD Points
13th 38 12 9 17 42 48 -6 45
Pre-season began 12 months ago with a lot of Newcastle fans filled with hope after a 10th placed finish. Mikel Merino and Aleksandar Mitrovic were sold to Real Sociedad and Fulham respectively, with their replacements being Ki Sung-Yeung on a free and Salomon Rondon on loan. Chancel Mbemba was also sold to Porto, while Fabian Schär and Federico Fernandez came in at centre back. Martin Dubravka and Kenedy returned to the club after impressive loan spells, with Dubravka signing permanently. Yoshinori Muto was also signed from Mainz as the most expensive purchase for us at £9.5m.
An awful start to the season saw us fail to win in our first 10 league games. In fairness, we did play 5 of the eventual top 6 in this time, but it was still a shocking run. Despite decent performances against Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester City, we completely bottled games against Cardiff, Leicester and Manchester United, throwing away a 2-0 half time lead at Old Trafford. A scrappy game vs Watford in early November was our first win of the season. We beat Bournemouth and Burnley in our following two games, instilling hope into the fans that maybe we weren't terrible after all. We then won 1 game in our next 9. ¯\(ツ)
22 games into the season, we sat in 18th place on 18 points. we were 3 points away from Brighton in 15th and 7 points clear of Huddersfield at the foot of the table. Gameweek 23 saw us hosting Cardiff at home. We won 3-0 with a strong performance in a game that could have been the biggest result of our season, but 10 days later Manchester City came to St James' Park and we made headlines around the world by winning 2-1, in one of the biggest shocks of the season. Our midfield that game was Isaac Hayden and Sean Longstaff, who was thrust into the limelight after being praised by Pep Guardiola. The fans' mood was at an insane high, boosted again 2 days later when Miguel Almiron's arrival finally broke the club's record transfer fee.
The back to back victories and Almiron's arrival revitalised the team, narrowly losing to Tottenham, drawing with Wolves and beating fellow relegation candidates Huddersfield and Burnley quite convincingly. A 2-0 defeat away to West Ham dented the team's form (we only picked up 4 points from the next 4 games) and saw Sean Longstaff ruled out for the remaining 9 games of the season with a severe knee injury.
The following game saw us do what Manchester United had done to us 5 months prior. Everton led 2-0 at St James' Park at half time, but a Salomon Rondon and Ayoze Perez masterclass saw the game finish 3-2. This signalled the beginning of an unplayable run of form for Perez, scoring 8 goals in 9 games including a hat trick against Southampton in what might be the best performance I've ever seen from a Newcastle player. The final 3 games of the season saw us draw to Brighton, lose to Liverpool in the dying moments thanks to Origi being the biggest clutch player alive and a comprehensive 4-0 victory against Fulham. A 13th placed finish was far better than we hoped for after the winless streak at the beginning of the season. At the time we were overjoyed, but everything that has happened with the club since has made the positives from last season somewhat bittersweet.

This Season

At the time of writing, Summer has been nothing short of disastrous so far. The season ended with some optimism that Rafa Benitez was going to sign a contract extension, we would sign Salomon Rondon permanently and that a wealthy group from the Middle East were interested in buying the club and finally ending Mike Ashley's reign as the owner of the club. Rafa left has left and signed for Chinese second division Dalian Yifang, with Rondon joining him. The takeover seems to be dead in the water, with Steve Bruce being appointed as manager on a 3 year contract. As of yet, there have been no players signed to the senior team, while Ayoze Perez and Joselu have been sold. We're expecting Joelinton to be announced in the next few days for what will be another record breaking fee, but I'm not optimistic that he will be good enough to drag us up the table.
The most I can currently hope for this season is a relegation battle that sees us narrowly stay up. Right now, I'm not sure I'll even care by the time we get past January. A sad reality that a good number of Newcastle fans are facing.
Transfers
Highlights
Player Type From To Fee(£m)
Ayoze Perez Permanent Newcastle United Leicester City 30
Joelinton Permanent Hoffenheim Newcastle United 40
Jose Salomon Rondon End of Loan Newcastle United West Bromwich Albion N/A
All incoming/outgoing transfers Full 2019-20 squad
3 players to watch out for
Sean Longstaff
Longstaff's recovery from injury is something I worry about a lot. Rolando Aarons' progress at Newcastle was similar; a handful of promising appearances ended by severe knee injuries. We have slapped a £50m price tag on him to ward off Manchester United this summer, which I hope we don't end up looking foolish for. Longstaff's tireless work rate, tidy passing and his threat from range (he scored numerous screamers when at Blackpool 2 years ago) will be instrumental if he returns as strong as he was last season.
Florian Lejeune
While Fabian Schär and Jamaal Lascelles have been the centre backs to receive the plaudits in the last 2 seasons, Florian Lejeune has gone somewhat under the radar when he has been equal to, and sometimes even better, than the pair of them. His involvement in the squad has at times been restricted by the two anterior cruciate ligament tears he has suffered, despite him returning from both of them in half the time footballers usually take to recover. Lejeune's positional awareness and composure on the ball made him a consistently effective defensive partner to Lascelles and Schär, while his passing accuracy and range on the left side of a back 3 was a great asset to the attacking movements under Rafa Benitez. With Steve Bruce likely opting for a very direct approach this season, Lejeune's distribution will be very important.
Jonjo Shelvey
I wanted to say Miguel Almiron, as the only player remaining from the Perez-Rondon-Almiron front 3 that was so promising last season, but I think Jonjo Shelvey could be very pivotal player. A number of Rafa's outcasts from last season like Dwight Gayle, Rolando Aarons and Jack Colback will return to the fray much to the dismay of many fans. It's Shelvey however, that catches my eye. Shelvey has talent that few players in the Premier League possess, a pinpoint accuracy with diagonal long passing that is a dream to any wide player capable of exploiting space. The downside to him is just about everything else. His poor work rate and lacking athleticism means he often can't provide adequate cover to the defence and his temper (albeit improved in recent times) means he is always a potential red card. He's a player to watch for better or worse. His performances could result in us gaining 10 points this season, or losing that many.
What the fans think
Thanks to /NUFC for their help.
How do you think this season will go?
Not as well as any of us want it to, but also not as bad as many think it will go. So (optimistically) somewhere between 11-16.
I think we'll finish 13th if (and it's a big if) we make another couple of decent signings. I loved Rafa, but he would often freeze players out of the team for unknown reasons, and I think some of those coming back will have something to prove. My call for player of the season is Shelvey for that reason, I think he'll be called back in and his long Hollywood passes will work well with Almiron and another fast winger (ASM?).
We will all get increasingly annoyed as historically 'smaller' clubs than us like Wolves, Bournemouth, Watford and Leicester take an easy three points from us home and away. Their owners have actual ambition for their clubs and have proper facilities and coaching. We've got Steve Bruce in command and some wheelie bins for ice baths. The big 6 teams will beat us despite our plucky performances, we will play out grinding draws or fluky 1-0 wins against other relegation fodder teams like Brighton and Sheffield United. Meanwhile beloved ex-players like Shola Ameobi will get airtime on Sky Sports to tell everyone how great Mike Ashley is. If we don't get relegated then it will be a miracle, some fans hope that we do go down because they believe Fat Mike might be more likely to sell if we are in the Championship/League One.
Which player is going to be your star of the season and why?
Lejeuene. He's arguably our best player but his time with us has been marred with injuries. However, when he has played he has given us that boost we needed out from defence. He's a ball playing centre-back who also has great defensive capabilities. A trio of him, Schar and Lascelles will be key for us this coming season.
If Almiron can carry his form over despite losing the two players he linked up so well with it'll be him. If Joelinton can find his feet and score the goals to keep us up then him.
Isaac Hayden. He was quality at the back end of last season, and his personal problems appear to have subsided/been resolved to an extent. Hopefully, this means he will push on and make a case for a potential national team call up.
How do you think the team will line up?
GK Dubravka
Back 5: Manquillo, Schar, Lascelles, Dummett, Ritchie
MF: Longstaff, Hayden, Shelvey
ST: Joelinton, Almiron
Formation.
Dubravka. A back 5 of Manquillo Schär Lascelles Dummett and Ritchie. Longstaff and Hayden CMs, Almiron Joelinton Muto the forwards.

Wrap Up

by NickTM

The Manager: Well, beloved manager Rafa Benitez finally decided that enough was enough after his contract expired in the summer and went off to enjoy being filthy fucking rich in China, smuggling his boy Salomon Rondon through customs along with him. Equally beloved owner Mike Ashley decided that the logical choice to replace this Champions League-winning, multiple time La Liga-winning, two-time UEFA Manager of the Year was with... Steve Bruce. Oh boy. Look, as much as I like to use this section to poke some fun, I'm still a Palace fan, and thus I can't quite bring myself to align myself anywhere other than in line with your average Newcastle fan's reaction towards him. It was a pathetic appointment. Bruce, fresh off jumping ship from Sheffield Wednesday as soon as he saw an opportunity in the Premier League - managing to land Newcastle in hot water legally whilst he was at it, true to form - arrives with a mediocre track record in the Premier League and a spell managing bitter rivals Sunderland for one and a half incredibly average seasons. Baffling.
The Team: Benitez managed to cut out quite a lot of the deadwood and refresh the squad significantly during his tenure, which left Newcastle with a team that was reasonably balanced and able to compete across the pitch. Unfortunately, his departure was followed in quick succession by the aforementioned Salomon Rondon's loan finishing and also Ayoze Perez, a flaky but talented forward, departing to Leicester City for a hefty £30m sum. In order to compensate for the shortfall up front, a huge £40m was shelled out for Hoffenheim's Joelinton, who arrives with an okay-but-not-really-that-good goal record spread across two years out on loan at Rapid Wien and one at his former parent club. Much will be expected of him between donning the coveted number 9 shirt and the so-far limited effectiveness of last year's signing Yoshinori Muto. Elsewhere, the defence will look to continue the form that saw it become the most effective unit in the bottom half, and much has been made of the admittedly limited gametime Sean Longstaff has had in the Prem so far. Ultimately, it looks like Newcastle will be relying heavily on Joelinton to hit the ground running and Miguel Almiron to really show his class tucked in behind him.
Why to like them: I quite like DeAndre Yedlin as one of the United States' attempts to plonk a superlative athlete on a football pitch in hope he'll become a superstar. Miguel Almiron's a treat to watch play, and if the team loses there's always the faint hope one of their fans will go full Little Mac on an ungulate.
Why to dislike them: Half their identity is based on beating a League One team that they haven’t beat in 8 years. Their fans claim to hate Mike Ashley - which, let's be honest, they get a little hysterical about given they make him out to be absolute footballing Lucifer when there's probably half a dozen owners in English football alone that you'd choose him over - and yet have had about one sort-of-effective protest in the entire time he's been an owner. They're still so mentally broken by a bedsheet some bloke had scribbled a half-baked pun on that there's genuine animosity towards Aston Villa to this day. Couple that with all the proclaimations of being a 'big club' despite not really ever having achieved that much comparatively and you can see why so many fans in England often end up a little irked by them.
Also, Steve Bruce can fuck off, the pudgy northern mercenary wrister.
Summary: Newcastle weren't really good last year, and you feel the strength of Benitez' management was the thing really holding them together. With Rafa gone and an already significant outlay spent on a single transfer, things look even more grim this season. You wouldn't bet on Steve Bruce to maintain their integrity defensively, their forwards have been weakened at very least in depth, and whilst the midfield is solid it's not entirely inspiring. If you can find good odds on a midseason managerial sacking, I'd be tempted.

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29/01/19 Tuesday - Matchday Picks

INNOCENT POSSUM'S PICKS:

MY PICKS:

NO. FIXTURE: COMPETITION: DNB: DC: WIN: BTTS:
1. WOLVES Vs. West Ham Premier League @1.44 @1.28 @2.10 @1.75
2. SWANSEA Vs. Birmingham Championship @1.44 @1.28 @2.15 @1.85
3. BLACKPOOL Vs. Wycombe League One @1.57 @1.35 @2.40 @1.95
4. Bristol Rovers Vs. PETERBOROUGH League One @2.00 @1.55 @3.00 @1.70
5. Gillingham Vs. ACCRINGTON League One @1.72 @1.40 @2.35 @1.57
6. LUTON Vs. Portsmouth League One @1.57 @1.35 @2.30 @1.90
7. Oxford Vs. BARNSLEY League One @1.57 @1.33 @2.25 @1.80
8. MK DONS Vs. Oldham League Two @1.40 @1.25 @1.85 @1.80
9. NEWPORT Vs. Port Vale League Two @1.53 @1.30 @2.20 @1.80
TOTAL: 9-Fold 1-9 @60.04 @14.16 @1,609.02 @186.08
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LUTON VS. PORTSMOUTH:
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Match Thread: Chelsea vs. Liverpool

Chelsea vs Liverpool

Overview

Match Day 26
Kick-off: Sunday, 6th of Feb 2011 at 4.00pm GMT (11am East Coast, 3am Sydney)
Location: Stamford Bridge, Chelsea, London
Referee: Andre Marriner (16 matches, 2 red cards)
Assistant referees: Scott Ledger & Adam Watts
Fourth official: Kevin Friend
Previous Fixture: Liverpool won 2-0 at Anfield with Fernando Torres scoring two goals. The match marked the beginning of a form slump for the title holders. Soccernet Match Report
Television: Live on Sky Sports 1 (UK), Fox Sports (Aus) and Fox Soccer Channel (USA)
Websites: Liverpool Latest News, Chelsea Latest News

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Match News

Match Trivia

Pre-Match Press Quotes

We are more important than any player they have got. We'll play against whoever they put on the pitch. I would expect they would relish the battle against him [Torres] but they have competed brilliantly against everyone since I have come in
-- Kenny Dalglish, Liverpool Manager

Media

Site Links
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Sky Sports(UK) Preview

Live Streams

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Match Odds

The price on Liverpool has been shifting a lot while Chelsea have shortened. A lot of money on Torres to score at $2.20
Agency Chelsea Draw Liverpool
SportingBet 1.53 3.70 5.75
William Hill 1.57 3.75 6.00
Bet365 1.57 4.00 6.00
Betfair 1.64 4.30 6.00
Bets: 2-2 is $19, while Chelsea to lead at half time and Liverpool to win is paying $41

Table

Pos Team P W D L F A D P
1 Man Utd 25 15 9 1 55 24 31 54
2 Arsenal 25 15 5 5 54 27 27 50
3 Man City 26 14 7 5 42 22 20 49
4 Chelsea 24 13 5 6 46 21 25 44
5 Tottenham 25 12 8 5 35 27 8 44
6 Sunderland 26 9 10 7 32 31 1 37
7 Liverpool 25 10 5 10 33 31 2 35
8 Bolton 26 8 9 9 36 37 -1 33
9 Stoke 25 10 3 12 31 32 -1 33
10 Newcastle 25 8 7 10 40 38 2 31

Stats

Chelsea Liverpool
Top Scorers Florent Malouda 9 Fernando Torres
Didier Drogba 9 Steven Gerrard
Salomon Kalou 7 Dirk Kuyt
Nicolas Anelka 6 Maxi Rodríguez
Assists Didier Drogba 8 Steven Gerrard
Yellows Branislav Ivanovic 7 Fernando Torres
Reds Michael Essien 1 Lucas
Last 5 (home/away) W-D-W-D-L W-L-L-L-L
Last 5 W-W-W-L-D W-W-W-D-L
Avg. Scored1 2.2
Avg. Conceeded1 0.6
*1. Average at home for home team, away for away team *

Last 5 Results

Chelsea Result Liverpool Result
Sunderland (A) 4-2 Stoke (H) 2-0
Bolton (A) 4-0 Fulham (H) 1-0
Blackburn (H)) 2-0 Wolves (A) 3-0
Wolves (A) 0-1 Everton (H) 2-2
Aston Villa (H) 3-3 Blackpool (A) 1-2

Lineups

Chelsea

Manager:
Formation:
Unavailable:
In doubt:
Possible Starting (unconfirmed)
No. Player Pos
1 Petr Cech GK
17 José Bosingwa RB
2 Branislav Ivanovic CB
26 John Terry CB
3 Ashley Cole LB
5 Michael Essien CM
12 Jon Obi Mikel CM
8 Frank Lampard CM
39 Nicolas Anelka RW
9 Fernando Torres ST
11 Didier Drogba LW
Subs
No. Player Pos
22 Ross Turnbull GK
4 David Luiz CB
15 Florent Malouda F
19 Paulo Ferreira D
21 Solomon Kalou F
51 Josh McEchran M
43 Sala

Liverpool

Manager:
Formation:
Unavailable:
In doubt:
Starting (Confirmed - LFC)
No. Player Pos
25 Reina GK
23 Jamie Carragher CB
34 Skrtel CB
5 Agger CB
34 Kelly RWB
2 Johnson LWB
21 Lucas CM
8 Gerrard CM
17 Maxi Rodríguez LM
4 Meireles CAM
18 Kuyt ST

Live Updates

Min Action
0' KICK OFF
33' FUCK!! MAXI!!
45' HALF TIME - Awesome Game. Torres had one chance, runs onto a ball from Drogba that was cut across goal. Brilliant last second block from Carragher. And then there was Maxi. Maxi, maxi maxi. No doubt that video will be all over reddit within an hour.
45' SECOND HALF
65' SUBSTITUTION CHELSEA Solomon Kalou (9M pounds) has come on for Fernando Torres (50M pounds)
68' RAUL MEIRELES!!!! LIVERPOOOOOL!
90' FULL TIME what a game, what a weekend!
(Apologies for not keeping up a running game log. I got a bit carried away watching the game. Almost had a heart attack)

Match Overview

Chelsea 0 Liverpool 1
Meireles 68'
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Match Stats

Chelsea Liverpool
0(0) Shots (on Goal) 0(0)
0 Fouls 0
0 Corner Kicks 0
0 Offsides 0
0% Possession 0%
0 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
0 Saves 0

Match Reports

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Shouldn't There Be a Pre-Match Thread By Now? If so, This Can Be It.

By the way, I'll gladly do the Match Thread tomorrow as well.

Match Information

Category Information
Kick-Off 6th April 2014 16:00 BST
Venue Upton Park London, England
Referee Anthony Taylor No Record Available
Timezones Countdown 11 AM EDT ∣ 8 AM PDT
Previews BBC WhoScored

Team Form

Team Last 6 Matches (Most Recent Last) Last Match
Liverpool W W W W W W Liverpool 4–0 Tottenham Hotspur
West Ham W L L L W W Sunderland 1–2 West Ham

Head to Head

Last six matches at each venue, from Liverpool's point of view
Anfield Upton Park
4 wins ∣ 2 draws ∣ 0 loss 4 wins ∣ 0 draws ∣ 2 losses

Team Absentees

Team Player Position Issue
Liverpool José Enrique LB Injured (Knee)
West Ham Joey O'Brien RB Injured
West Ham Marco Borriello FW Injured
West Ham James Collins CB Doubtful
West Ham George McCartney LB Doubtful

Probable Line-ups

 Mignolet Škrtel Sakho Johnson Flanagan Gerrard Henderson Coutinho Suárez Sturridge Sterling 
Subs: Jones, Toure, Cissokho, Lucas, Moses, Allen, Aspas
―――――――――――――――――――――――――― Adrián McCartney Reid Tomkins Demel Taylor Noble Downing Nolan Diame Carroll 
Subs:

Betting odds

from bet365
Result UK EU Probability
Home win 15/2 1.44 26.7%
Draw 17/4 5.25 10.8%
Away win 4/9 8.50 62.5%
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Team Preview: Bournemouth [Premier League 2017-18 - 12/20]

A.F.C. Bournemouth

by NineFeetUnderground

Welcome back to the Premier League Previews series, a series where a fan gives an overview of his team for your perusal, and I get an excuse to take pot-shots at other clubs. This will run until the eve of the Premier League, taking a look at each club in turn. Today we're popping our Bournemouth cherry with a trip to the south coast.
About

Last season

Pos P W D L GF GA GD Points
9 38 12 10 16 55 67 -12 46
Things started fairly well, despite being narrowly robbed by West Ham and beaten by both Manchester sides our early skirmishes included beating a very strong Everton team 1-0 with a superb performance, smashing Hull 6-1 and a creditable 0-0 draw against a (usually) free scoring Spurs side.
Things started to go awry around christmas and our defence became a meme- consistently conceding three goals (at least) every game (in seven out of eight games between November and January). Despite this horrendous spell the period did contain two of our most memorable games- Beating Liverpool 4-3 after being 3-1 down (Thanks Karius!) and a rare tactical error from Howe allowing Arsenal to claw back a 3-0 defecit to draw 3-3.
Eddie Howe always pulls it around in March though, and after a spirited draw at Old Trafford which will forever be remembered for Mings vs Zlatan, we only lost 2 more games all year, to Chelsea and Tottenham. Given that by all accounts we have the 17th highest wage bill in the division 9th should be recognised as an enormous achievement and a testament to the faith Howe has in his attacking football.
To sum up, aside from an 11 game spell through xmas in January the side competed well and never really looked in trouble of relegation, so I’m going to get on my soapbox about Eddie Howe’s deplorable attitude to cup competitions. After previous seasons where Howe would have played the under 10’s team if he could, all of us Cherries knew what to expect- but Howe peaked this year with one of the worst cup performances in the history of the club, an insult to fans. Selecting one of the most bizarre squads ever which included winger Marc Pugh at right back and Lewis Grabban ludicrously used as a professional footballer (I'm so, so sorry Sunderland fans), the 3-0 to League 1 Milwall should be a sign to Howe that things need to improve this year, especially as we also went out to Preston in the EFL cup. It’s no insult to the teams who quite soundly beat us to say that Howe’s selection and attitude to the defeats was disappointing to all of Bournemouth’s supporters.

This Season

Whisper it quietly but for the first time since we came up I don’t expect we’ll be in trouble this year. My Dad always says ‘are there 3 worse sides in the division?’, and unless things change enormously between now and the end of the transfer window I think most fans would agree that on paper there are more than three. As a result I would be extremely surprised if we ended up going down. Having said that 46 was such a low number of points to finish in 9th position it wouldn’t surprise me at all if we matched or beat last season’s total but still finished in the bottom half. 13th is my best guess, but if everything clicks at the back and we stay injury free I don’t think we’ll be scared of many teams. Steve Cook basically is our defence, on his own, so you can dismiss all of the above positivity if he does get a long term injury. We’d immediately find ourselves in real trouble.
THINGS I WANT.
-To take a point from Manchester City. We’ve never even got close to looking competitive against them and they’ve smashed us 15-1 on aggregate over the 4 times we’ve played them.
-Finally beat Watford. We’ve now drawn four games in a row and six of the last seven, beating them only once. Given that their fans have this weird obsession with us I’d love to do the double over them this year, especially as me & Whiffers have a charity bet on who’ll finish higher.
-Finally, finally sort out the defence. Signing Ake and Begovic is a huge help, but tactics also contribute to our leaky back line.
-Dignified, and serious cup performances. (See above)
Transfers
Highlights
Player Type From To Fee(£m)
Nathan Ake Perm Chelsea Bournemouth 20 Link
Asmir Begovic Perm Chelsea Bournemouth 10 Link
Jermain Defoe Perm Sunderland Bournemouth 0 Link
All incoming/outgoing transfers Full 2016-17 squad
3 players to watch out for
Lewis Cook Everyone is saying 'why don't Bournemouth want Wilshere back' and the truth is, of course we would want him back- if we didn't have Lewis Cook. Whisper it quietly, but he looks like he has the potential to be even better. After recovering from a broken foot last year his performances at the back end of last season showed real talent, backed up by winning the U-20 world cup as captain. He needs to improve his pass completion in the final third and maintain posession a little more often but I have a feeling this will be a huge season for him.
Nathan Ake Signed for a club record £20M he gives Eddie Howe an interesting dilemma at the heart of defence. Club Captain Simon Francis has been starting here since we were promoted but he now looks like his best years are behind him at times. I've picked him as a player to watch not just because he's our record signing, but because it's going to be a big change to the dynamic at the heart of defence. Steve Cook, Charlie Daniels and Simon Francis have been playing as a unit since we were in the third tier. Will Ake cock it up or finally fix our "concede three goals per game" defensive frailties?
Dan Gosling Conclusive proof that if Eddie Howe is your manager it doesn't matter how poor your first touch is, as long as you run your absolute tits off you've got a job for life. Prepare for some comedy gold, energetic, error strewn performances. Inexplicably a fan's favourite but odds on to be bloody entertaining for all the wrong reasons on Match of the Day.
What the fans think
Thanks to /AFCBournemouth for their help.
How do you think this season will go?
I think the season will be good. I feel we have more depth than we have had in the past and should be able to compete strongly with anyone all season. I like to think that 8th is somewhere we can finish but there will be steady competitition for that spot. I believe we'll finish anywhere from 8th to 10th.
We will stay up again, but potentially a little lower in the standings and maybe a few less points as last year. For a team that can beat anyone and lose to anyone i think form is always going to be an issue. I hope that when we do struggle it's not for too long. After 2 good seasons I wouldn't want to find us in the relegation zone, young team may feel the pressure. On a more positive note, I think Eddie will want a cup run this year which I'm hoping will mean a quarter final in one of the cups.
Which player is going to be your star of the season and why?
Hard to say a star of the season because we're very much a team. Last seasons player of the year, steve cook, will be in with a big shout and if Defoe or king can get 15 goals so will they. Ake will be a dark horse too.
I think Lewis Cook is going to be a big star and I think Cook will get an England call up.
How do you think the team will line up?
---------------------Begovic--------------------
---S. Cook------Daniels---------Aké------------Mings/Cargill-----
----Ibe/Stanislas------Arter-----Cook------------Fraser-
------------------King--------------Defoe/Afobe----------------
Bench: Ibe/Stanislas, Mousset, Boruc, Defoe/Afobe, Mings/Cargill, Ramsdale(?). I can't predict the rest of the bench due to youth players such as Worthington and Surridge maybe wiggling their way in.
Ive got no big idea on how I think we'll line up. Defoe, king, ake, cook, Daniels, Arter are all nailed on but apart from then anyone could play. Stanislas will start too if he's not injured.

Wrap Up

by NickTM

Summary: A third consecutive season for the Cherries sees them strengthening their squad in all departments, but for how long can they continue to punch above their weight?
What to say: It's a whole new spiiiiine!
What you might end up saying: Who put Dan Gosling on technique training?!
Why to like them: Plucky underdogs. Jermain Defoe was well-liked before the Bradley Lowery story, but now is verging on footballing sweetheart terrain. Eddie Howe's a canny young manager with a rare eye for a tactical switch.
Why to dislike them: Despite playing decent enough stuff when on the ball, Bournemouth have no qualms about snippy rotational fouling which is enough to annoy anyone. Artur Boruc won't be starting, which means we won't get many comedy moments from the goalkeeper.
If the team was a Simpsons character, it would be: Ned Flanders. The upbeat nature of Bournemouth in general does tend to get a little grating.

Vote for where you think Bournemouth will finish here.

Huddersfield | Brighton | Newcastle | Watford | Burnley | Swansea | Crystal Palace | Stoke | Leicester | West Ham | West Brom
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Tottenham Vs Sunderland Betting odds, preview and predictions

Monday 07/04/2014, 21:00, England Premier League, Round 33, Tottenham Vs Sunderland Tottenham Vs Sunderland Betting Preview Both sides have been in the headlines since last Sunday - Tottenham after yet another thrashing at the hands of a top-four side, while Sunderland have attracted unwanted attention after admitting to fielding an ineligible player earlier in the season. Tottenham Vs Sunderland Betting Odds At Betfred Tottenham 1.61, Draw 4.00, Sunderland 6.00 Tottenham Vs Sunderland Betting Tips Tottenham showed further evidence of their defensive culpability when they went down 4-0 at Liverpool on Sunday, which represented another blow to their hopes of qualifying for Europe. And head coach Tim Sherwood, who played alongside opposite number Poyet at Spurs, is desperate for a win on Monday to put their Anfield nightmare behind them. For Spurs, Emmanuel Adebayor is back in contention after a heel problem, as is defender Vlad Chiriches (back) and Paulinho (conjunctivitis).Sunderland, meanwhile,with just one point and three goals from their last six top-flight outings, the initial lift given to the club by Poyet's arrival seems to have worn off, and the Uruguayan returns to the club where he spent three years as a player hoping for the win that could kick-start their survival push. Captain John O'Shea believes it is time for the players to start taking responsibility for their own performances. Missing for the hosts are Jan Vertonghen (knee), Roberto Soldado (ankle), Kyle Walker (groin) and Erik Lamela (back) while Sunderland are without Kieren Westwood (shoulder), and Steven Fletcher remains doubtful with an ankle problem. Key Facts Tottenham have won 9 of their last 11 home matches against Sunderland Tottenham Vs Sunderland Betting Prediction Tottenham is quite strong when playing at White Heart Lane, instead of Sunderland,a team that faces great goal scoring problems when playing away from the Stadium Of The Light. I don't expect Hotspurs to have problems for securing the home win, which is my main pick for this game. Bet: Tottenham Wins @ 1.61 with Betfred
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West Ham Vs Liverpool Betting odds, preview and predictions

West Ham Vs Liverpool Betting Preview West ham is playing today against spectacular Liverpool and they are clearly quite relax ahead of this fixture after their fabulous win over Sunderland in the Monday night!Liverpool looks to get the win and to keep their first spot knowing that they will have some decisive matches with City and Chelsea in the following weeks. West Ham Vs Liverpool Betting Odds At Bet365 West Ham 8.50, Draw 5.25, Liverpool 1.44 West Ham Vs Liverpool Betting Tips West Ham have won six of their last nine top-flight matches, including their last two, meaning they sit 11 points clear of the bottom three and all but safe from relegation with six games to spare. Andy Carroll, who moved to Upton Park from Liverpool for a club-record fee last June, opened the scoring in West Ham's 2-1 win at Sunderland last Monday, and Allardyce believes the striker - along with fellow ex-Anfield man Stewart Downing - will be eager to prove a point this weekend. For West Ham, George McCartney is gonna miss this match, while James Collins and Marco Borriello are doubtful. A run of eight consecutive wins, with 30 goals scored in the process, has seen Liverpool surge to the summit of the league - and Rodgers has called on his players to focus solely on themselves as the campaign draws to a close. They have racked up 88 in their 32 top-flight games so far, with lethal strike duo Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge - the division's top two scorers - accounting for 49 of those. Rodgers has a full complement of players to choose from, with the exception of long-term absentee Jose Enrique (knee). Key Facts Liverpool have won their last 8 matches in the Premier League. In last 9 Liverpool's matches, 3 or more goals are scored. West Ham Vs Liverpool Betting Prediction West Ham United have gathered their act together after a losing streak and have noted decent results. They are very capable of scoring on their own turf and have scored a total of 22 goals at home this season. That may not be a lot but they did have a tough start and noted plenty of matches in which they didn't score. Liverpool are great up front and don't really care if they concede a goal or two, just as long as they get 3,4,5 goals scored. I think we will see plenty of goals here.
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Sunderland vs Manchester United odds, preview and predictions

Saturday 13/02/2016, 14:00, Premier League, Round 26 Sunderland vs Manchester United Preview Manchester United managed to avoid defeat at Stamford Bridge, but the players and management are surely upset by the result. Their team was ahead from start to finish and managed to score the first goal, yet Chelsea level the score in the final minutes of the game. Once again, the team will be playing on the road, but on this particular occasion they are starting as major favorites against Sunderland. Sunderland vs Manchester United Odds At Coral Sunderland 5.00, Draw 3.50, Manchester United 1.75 Sunderland vs Manchester United Tips The home side managed to avoid defeat over the weekend against Liverpool and the fact that they managed to score twice in the second half speaks volumes about their dedication. This is not the best traveling team, yet the manner in which they performed away from home was inspiring and the fans are hoping for another positive result. Many of the absentees have returned to fitness and most of them are expected to featuring the starting formation in this critical match against Manchester United. They need all the points they can scrap both at home and on the road, because the battle to avoid relegation is long and the road ahead is twisted. At the time of writing, there are still struggling in the dangerous area, but the good news is that there are plenty of rounds left and points to recuperate. Meanwhile, Manchester United is still chasing its Champions League berth after a disappointing season and time is quickly running out. The gap separating them from the fourth place is not that wide, although recuperating six points is not as easy as one could imagine. To make matters worse, they are trying to overtake their bitter rivals, a team that has strip them of valuable points back in the day. The Red Devils are still playing without a couple of their key players, but a few have returned to fitness and will be a great addition. Dropping points against Chelsea was truly disappointing, but it is still worth mentioning the fact that Manchester United hasn't lost a game in quite a while. Before splitting points in London, they won back-to-back games and scored three goals on each occasion, so they can hope to extend the scoring run. Key Facts Manchester United is returning to form and is highly motivated not to settle for one point on the road. The visitors have a crushing head to head record and have one of the last two games to nil. Sunderland vs Manchester United Prediction Punters lost a lot of money throughout the season betting on Manchester United to win and they won few points on the road. However, this is the time to back the former champions at full stakes against the team that will defend with all lines for 90 minutes. Bet: Manchester United @ 1.75 with Coral
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West Ham Vs Liverpool Betting odds, preview and predictions

West Ham Vs Liverpool Betting Preview West ham is playing today against spectacular Liverpool and they are clearly quite relax ahead of this fixture after their fabulous win over Sunderland in the Monday night!Liverpool looks to get the win and to keep their first spot knowing that they will have some decisive matches with City and Chelsea in the following weeks. West Ham Vs Liverpool Betting Odds At Bet365 West Ham 8.50, Draw 5.25, Liverpool 1.44 West Ham Vs Liverpool Betting Tips West Ham have won six of their last nine top-flight matches, including their last two, meaning they sit 11 points clear of the bottom three and all but safe from relegation with six games to spare. Andy Carroll, who moved to Upton Park from Liverpool for a club-record fee last June, opened the scoring in West Ham's 2-1 win at Sunderland last Monday, and Allardyce believes the striker - along with fellow ex-Anfield man Stewart Downing - will be eager to prove a point this weekend. For West Ham, George McCartney is gonna miss this match, while James Collins and Marco Borriello are doubtful. A run of eight consecutive wins, with 30 goals scored in the process, has seen Liverpool surge to the summit of the league - and Rodgers has called on his players to focus solely on themselves as the campaign draws to a close. They have racked up 88 in their 32 top-flight games so far, with lethal strike duo Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge - the division's top two scorers - accounting for 49 of those. Rodgers has a full complement of players to choose from, with the exception of long-term absentee Jose Enrique (knee). Key Facts Liverpool have won their last 8 matches in the Premier League. In last 9 Liverpool's matches, 3 or more goals are scored. West Ham Vs Liverpool Betting Prediction West Ham United have gathered their act together after a losing streak and have noted decent results. They are very capable of scoring on their own turf and have scored a total of 22 goals at home this season. That may not be a lot but they did have a tough start and noted plenty of matches in which they didn't score. Liverpool are great up front and don't really care if they concede a goal or two, just as long as they get 3,4,5 goals scored. I think we will see plenty of goals here.
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Tottenham Vs Sunderland Betting odds, preview and predictions

Monday 07/04/2014, 21:00, England Premier League, Round 33, Tottenham Vs Sunderland Tottenham Vs Sunderland Betting Preview Both sides have been in the headlines since last Sunday - Tottenham after yet another thrashing at the hands of a top-four side, while Sunderland have attracted unwanted attention after admitting to fielding an ineligible player earlier in the season. Tottenham Vs Sunderland Betting Odds At Betfred Tottenham 1.61, Draw 4.00, Sunderland 6.00 Tottenham Vs Sunderland Betting Tips Tottenham showed further evidence of their defensive culpability when they went down 4-0 at Liverpool on Sunday, which represented another blow to their hopes of qualifying for Europe. And head coach Tim Sherwood, who played alongside opposite number Poyet at Spurs, is desperate for a win on Monday to put their Anfield nightmare behind them. For Spurs, Emmanuel Adebayor is back in contention after a heel problem, as is defender Vlad Chiriches (back) and Paulinho (conjunctivitis).Sunderland, meanwhile,with just one point and three goals from their last six top-flight outings, the initial lift given to the club by Poyet's arrival seems to have worn off, and the Uruguayan returns to the club where he spent three years as a player hoping for the win that could kick-start their survival push. Captain John O'Shea believes it is time for the players to start taking responsibility for their own performances. Missing for the hosts are Jan Vertonghen (knee), Roberto Soldado (ankle), Kyle Walker (groin) and Erik Lamela (back) while Sunderland are without Kieren Westwood (shoulder), and Steven Fletcher remains doubtful with an ankle problem. Key Facts Tottenham have won 9 of their last 11 home matches against Sunderland Tottenham Vs Sunderland Betting Prediction Tottenham is quite strong when playing at White Heart Lane, instead of Sunderland,a team that faces great goal scoring problems when playing away from the Stadium Of The Light. I don't expect Hotspurs to have problems for securing the home win, which is my main pick for this game. Bet: Tottenham Wins @ 1.61 with Betfred
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Draft Kings Soccer 2/11

A tasty 6 games on tap for tomorrow ladies and gents.
 
English Premier League Matches 2/11/2015
Home vs Away
2:45 PM EST/11:45 AM PST Kickoff:
3 PM EST/12 PM PST Kickoff:
 
Moneyline Odds/Over Under from Bovada Sportsbook as of 2/10/2015 17:39:12 EST:
Home Team vs Away Team O/U
Chelsea -375 vs Everton +1000 2.5
Manchester United -400 vs Burnley +1100 2.5
Southampton -145 vs West Ham +400 2.5
Stoke City +450 vs Manchester City -165 2.5
Crystal Palace +130 vs Newcastle +200 2.5
West Brom +140 vs Swansea +200 2.5
 
League Table/Latest Form:
(club's latest game is last in form list)
(will update once Gameweek 25 is completed)
P Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts Last 5 Form
1. Chelsea 24 17 5 2 54 21 33 56 DLWWDW
2. Manchester City 24 14 7 3 47 24 +23 49 DWDLDD
3. Southampton 24 14 3 7 38 17 +21 45 DWWWLW
4. Manchester United 24 12 8 4 40 23 +17 44 DDLWWD
5. Tottenham 24 13 4 7 37 31 +6 43 DWLWWW
6. Arsenal 24 12 6 6 45 27 +18 42 WLWWWL
7. Liverpool 24 11 6 7 33 27 +6 39 WDWWWD
8. West Ham 24 10 7 7 36 28 +8 37 LDDWLD
9. Swansea 24 9 7 8 28 31 -3 34 LDDLWD
10. Stoke City 24 9 6 9 27 29 -2 33 WDLWWD
11. Newcastle United 24 8 7 9 29 35 -6 31 WDLLWD
12. Everton 24 6 9 9 31 34 -3 27 LLDDWD
13. Crystal Palace 24 6 8 10 26 34 -8 26 DDWWLW
14. Sunderland 24 4 12 8 22 34 -12 24 DLLLWD
15. West Bromwich Albion 24 5 8 11 22 34 -12 23 LDWDLD
16. Aston Villa 24 5 7 12 12 32 -20 22 DDLLLL
17. Burnley 24 4 9 11 23 40 -17 21 LDDWLL
18. Hull City 24 4 8 12 21 34 -13 20 LWLLLD
19. Queens Park Rangers 24 5 4 15 24 43 -19 19 DDLLLL
20. Leicester City 24 4 5 15 21 38 -17 17 WDWLLL
 
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Draft Kings Soccer 2/10

Four matches on tap for tomorrow. Headlining the action will be Tottenham visiting Liverpool.
 
English Premier League Matches 2/10/2015
Home vs Away
2:45 PM EST/11:45 AM PST Kickoff:
3 PM EST/12 PM PST Kickoff:
 
Moneyline Odds from Bovada Sportsbook as of 2/9/2015 10:38:41 EST:
Home Team vs Away Team
Arsenal -500 vs Leicester +1200
Hull +120 vs Aston Villa +250
Sunderland -110 vs QPR +310
Liverpool -120 vs Tottenham +300
 
League Table/Latest Form:
(club's latest game is last in form list)
P Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts Last 5 Form
1. Chelsea 24 17 5 2 54 21 33 56 DLWWDW
2. Manchester City 24 14 7 3 47 24 +23 49 DWDLDD
3. Southampton 24 14 3 7 38 17 +21 45 DWWWLW
4. Manchester United 24 12 8 4 40 23 +17 44 DDLWWD
5. Tottenham 24 13 4 7 37 31 +6 43 DWLWWW
6. Arsenal 24 12 6 6 45 27 +18 42 WLWWWL
7. Liverpool 24 11 6 7 33 27 +6 39 WDWWWD
8. West Ham 24 10 7 7 36 28 +8 37 LDDWLD
9. Swansea 24 9 7 8 28 31 -3 34 LDDLWD
10. Stoke City 24 9 6 9 27 29 -2 33 WDLWWD
11. Newcastle United 24 8 7 9 29 35 -6 31 WDLLWD
12. Everton 24 6 9 9 31 34 -3 27 LLDDWD
13. Crystal Palace 24 6 8 10 26 34 -8 26 DDWWLW
14. Sunderland 24 4 12 8 22 34 -12 24 DLLLWD
15. West Bromwich Albion 24 5 8 11 22 34 -12 23 LDWDLD
16. Aston Villa 24 5 7 12 12 32 -20 22 DDLLLL
17. Burnley 24 4 9 11 23 40 -17 21 LDDWLL
18. Hull City 24 4 8 12 21 34 -13 20 LWLLLD
19. Queens Park Rangers 24 5 4 15 24 43 -19 19 DDLLLL
20. Leicester City 24 4 5 15 21 38 -17 17 WDWLLL
 
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Draft Kings Soccer 3/4

Seven games on this Wednesday afternoon.
 
English Premier League Matches 3/4/2015
Home vs Away
2:45 PM EST/ 11:45 AM PST Kickoff:
 
Moneyline Odds/Over Under from Bovada Sportsbook:
 
Home Team vs Away Team O/U
Man City -425 vs Leicester +1200 3
Newcastle +315 vs Man United +110 2.5
QPR +575 vs Arsenal -200 2.5
Stoke +140 vs Everton +190 2.5
Tottenham -135 vs Swansea +400 2.5
West Ham +475 vs Chelsea -170 2.5
Liverpool -300 vs Burnley +800 3
 
League Table/Latest Form through Gameweek 27:
(club's latest game is last in form list)
P Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts Last 5 Form
1. Chelsea 26 18 6 2 56 22 34 60 WWDWWD
2. Manchester City 27 16 7 4 57 27 30 55 LDDWWL
3. Arsenal 27 15 6 6 51 29 22 51 WWLWWW
4. Manchester United 27 14 8 5 46 26 20 50 WWDWLW
5. Liverpool 27 14 6 7 40 30 10 48 WWDWWW
6. Southampton 27 14 4 9 38 20 18 46 WWLDLL
7. Tottenham 26 13 5 8 41 36 +5 44 LWWWLD
8. Swansea 27 11 7 9 31 34 -3 40 LWDLWW
9. West Ham 27 10 9 8 39 33 6 39
10. Stoke City 27 11 6 10 31 34 -3 39 WWDLWW
11. Newcastle United 27 9 8 10 32 42 -10 35 LWDDLW
12. Crystal Palace 27 7 9 11 31 38 -7 30 WLWDLW
13. West Bromwich Albion 27 7 9 11 25 34 -9 30 DLDWDW
14. Everton 27 6 10 11 33 39 -6 28 DWDLDL
15. Hull City 27 6 8 13 25 36 -11 26 LLDWWL
16. Sunderland 27 4 13 10 22 38 -16 25 LWDLDL
17. Queens Park Rangers 26 6 4 16 27 45 -18 22 LLLWLL
18. Burnley 27 4 10 13 25 45 -20 22 LLDLDL
19. Aston Villa 27 5 7 15 13 37 -24 22 LLLLLL
20. Leicester City 26 4 6 16 24 42 -18 18 WLLLLD
 
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Draft Kings Soccer 3/3

Three games on tap.
 
English Premier League Matches 3/3/2015
Home vs Away
2:45 PM EST/ 11:45 AM PST Kickoff:
 
Moneyline Odds/Over Under from Bovada Sportsbook:
Home Team vs Away Team O/U
Aston Villa +160 vs West Brom +190 2.5
Hull City +115 vs Sunderland +250 2.5
Southampton -150 vs Crystal Palace +450 2.5
 
League Table/Latest Form:
(club's latest game is last in form list)
P Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts Last 5 Form
1. Chelsea 26 18 6 2 56 22 34 60 WWDWWD
2. Manchester City 27 16 7 4 57 27 30 55 LDDWWL
3. Arsenal 27 15 6 6 51 29 22 51 WWLWWW
4. Manchester United 27 14 8 5 46 26 20 50 WWDWLW
5. Liverpool 27 14 6 7 40 30 10 48 WWDWWW
6. Southampton 27 14 4 9 38 20 18 46 WWLDLL
7. Tottenham 26 13 5 8 41 36 +5 44 LWWWLD
8. Swansea 27 11 7 9 31 34 -3 40 LWDLWW
9. West Ham 27 10 9 8 39 33 6 39
10. Stoke City 27 11 6 10 31 34 -3 39 WWDLWW
11. Newcastle United 27 9 8 10 32 42 -10 35 LWDDLW
12. Crystal Palace 27 7 9 11 31 38 -7 30 WLWDLW
13. West Bromwich Albion 27 7 9 11 25 34 -9 30 DLDWDW
14. Everton 27 6 10 11 33 39 -6 28 DWDLDL
15. Hull City 27 6 8 13 25 36 -11 26 LLDWWL
16. Sunderland 27 4 13 10 22 38 -16 25 LWDLDL
17. Queens Park Rangers 26 6 4 16 27 45 -18 22 LLLWLL
18. Burnley 27 4 10 13 25 45 -20 22 LLDLDL
19. Aston Villa 27 5 7 15 13 37 -24 22 LLLLLL
20. Leicester City 26 4 6 16 24 42 -18 18 WLLLLD
 
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Draft Kings Soccer 3/14

Five games for us to select from.
 
English Premier League Matches 3/14/2015
Home vs Away
11 AM ET/ 8 AM PT Kickoff:
1:30 PM ET/ 10:30 AM PT Kickoff:
 
Moneyline Odds/Over Under from Bovada Sportsbook:
Home Team vs Away Team O/U
Arsenal -250 vs West Ham +700 2.5
Leicester +120 vs Hull City +240 2.5
Sunderland +125 vs Aston Villa +230 2.5
West Brom +130 vs Stoke City +220 2.5
Burnley +600 vs Manchester City -225 2.5
 
League Table/Latest Form:
(club's latest game is last in form list)
P Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts Last 6 Form
1. Chelsea 27 19 6 2 57 22 35 63 WDWWDW
2. Manchester City 28 17 7 4 59 27 32 58 DDWWLW
3. Arsenal 28 16 6 6 53 30 23 54 WLWWWW
4. Manchester United 28 15 8 5 47 26 21 53 WDWLWW
5. Liverpool 28 15 6 7 42 30 12 51 WDWWWW
6. Tottenham 28 15 5 8 46 39 7 50 WWWLDW
7. Southampton 28 15 4 9 39 20 19 49 WLDLLW
8. Stoke City 28 12 6 10 33 34 -1 42 WDLWWW
9. Swansea 28 11 7 10 33 37 -4 40 WDLWWL
10. West Ham 28 10 9 9 39 34 5 39 LDDDLL
11. Newcastle United 28 9 8 11 32 43 -11 35 WDDLWL
12. Crystal Palace 28 7 9 12 31 39 -8 30 LWDLWL
13. West Bromwich Albion 28 7 9 12 26 36 -10 30 LDWDWL
14. Everton 28 6 10 12 33 41 -8 28 WDLDLL
15. Hull City 28 6 9 13 26 37 -11 27 LDWWLD
16. Sunderland 28 4 14 10 23 39 -16 26 WDLDLD
17. Aston Villa 28 6 7 15 15 38 -23 25 LLLLLW
18. Queens Park Rangers 28 6 4 18 29 49 -20 22 LLWLLL
19. Burnley 28 4 10 14 25 47 -22 22 LDLDLL
20. Leicester City 27 4 6 17 24 44 -20 18 LLLLDL
 
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Draft Kings Soccer 2/21

A seven game slate for us to feast on this Saturday ladies and gents.
 
English Premier League Matches 2/21/2015
Home vs Away
10 AM EST/7 AM PST Kickoff:
12:30 PM EST/9:30 AM PST Kickoff:
 
Moneyline Odds/Over Under from Bovada Sportsbook as of 2/18/2015 17:32:53 EST:
Home Team vs Away Team O/U
Aston Villa +175 vs Stoke City +160 2
Chelsea -500 vs Burnley +1400 3
Crystal Palace +375 vs Arsenal -140 2.5
Hull City EVEN vs QPR +300 2
Sunderland +145 vs West Brom +200 2
Swansea +300 vs Manchester United -110 2.5
Manchester City -375 vs Newcastle +1000 3
 
League Table/Latest Form:
(club's latest game is last in form list)
P Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts Last 5 Form
1. Chelsea 25 18 5 2 55 21 +34 59 LWWDWW
2. Manchester City 25 15 7 3 51 25 +26 52 WDLDDW
3. Manchester United 25 13 8 4 43 24 +19 47 DLWWDW
4. Southampton 25 14 4 7 38 17 +21 46 DWWWLD
5. Arsenal 25 13 6 6 47 28 +19 45 LWWWLW
6. Tottenham 25 13 4 8 39 34 +5 43 WLWWWL
7. Liverpool 25 12 6 7 36 29 +7 42 DWWWDW
8. West Ham 25 10 8 7 36 28 +8 38 DDWLDD
9. Swansea 25 9 7 9 28 33 -5 34 DDLWDL
10. Stoke City 25 9 6 10 28 33 -5 33 DLWWDL
11. Newcastle United 25 8 8 9 31 37 -6 32 DLLWDD
12. Everton 25 6 9 10 31 35 -4 27 LDDWDL
13. Crystal Palace 25 6 9 10 27 35 -8 27 DWWLWD
14. West Bromwich Albion 25 6 8 11 24 34 -10 26 DWDLDW
15. Sunderland 25 4 12 9 22 36 -14 24 LLLWDL
16. Hull City 25 5 8 12 23 34 -11 23 WLLLDW
17. Queens Park Rangers 25 6 4 15 26 43 -17 22 DLLLLW
18. Aston Villa 25 5 7 13 12 34 -22 22 DLLLLL
19. Burnley 25 4 9 12 24 43 -19 21 DDWLLL
20. Leicester City 25 4 5 16 22 40 -18 17 DWLLLL
 
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Draft Kings Soccer 2/28

A six game slate for us on this last day of February.
 
English Premier League Matches 2/28/2015
Home vs Away
7:45 AM EST/4:45 AM PST Kickoff:
10 AM EST/7 AM PST Kickoff:
 
Moneyline Odds/Over Under from Bovada Sportsbook:
Home Team vs Away Team O/U
West Ham EVEN vs Crystal Palace +275 2.5
Burnley +160 vs Swansea +180 2.5
Manchester United -300 vs Sunderland +900 2.5
Newcastle -105 vs Aston Villa +300 2
Stoke City -110 vs Hull City +325 2.5
West Brom +230 vs Southampton +125 2
 
League Table/Latest Form:
(club's latest game is last in form list)
P Club GP W D L GF GA GD Pts Last 5 Form
1. Chelsea 26 18 6 2 56 22 +34 60 WWDWWD
2. Manchester City 26 16 7 3 56 25 +31 55 DLDDWW
3. Arsenal 26 14 6 6 49 29 +20 48 WWWLWW
4. Manchester United 26 13 8 5 44 26 +18 47 LWWDWL
5. Southampton 26 14 4 8 38 19 +19 46 WWWLDL
6. Liverpool 26 13 6 7 38 29 +9 45 WWWDWW
7. Tottenham 26 13 5 8 41 36 +5 44 LWWWLD
8. West Ham 26 10 9 7 38 30 +8 39 DWLDDD
9. Swansea 26 10 7 9 30 34 -4 37 DLWDLW
10. Stoke City 26 10 6 10 30 34 -4 36 LWWDLW
11. Newcastle United 26 8 8 10 31 42 -11 32 LLWDDL
12. Everton 26 6 10 10 33 37 -4 28 DDWDLD
13. Crystal Palace 26 6 9 11 28 37 -9 27 WWLWDL
14. West Bromwich Albion 26 6 9 11 24 34 -10 27 WDLDWD
15. Hull City 26 6 8 12 25 35 -10 26 LLLDWW
16. Sunderland 26 4 13 9 22 36 -14 25 LLWDLD
17. Queens Park Rangers 26 6 4 16 27 45 -18 22 LLLLWL
18. Burnley 26 4 10 12 25 44 -19 22 DWLLLD
19. Aston Villa 26 5 7 14 13 36 -23 22 LLLLLL
20. Leicester City 26 4 6 16 24 42 -18 18 WLLLLD
 
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