WHO Poll
Q:



Coffee 7:20 Sat Mar 4
Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
With just over two months of the season remaining, there’s all to play for at both ends of the table (not to mention that middle bit around 10th spot). Hammer and Pickle has kindly been given leave by Vladimir Putin to share his predictions for today’s games.


MAN UTD vs BOURNEMOUTH (1230 ko)
The Cherries’ form has turned sour of late and they come into this on the back of four straight defeats. Man U’s form on the other hand has blossomed recently and their confidence will be high after raising the EFL Cup and winning all of their last six games. There should be goals aplenty in today’s early fixture and they will all be scored by the hosts. Home win.

H&P: Man Utd 2 – 1 Bournemouth


LEICESTER vs HULL
What a strange few days it’s been for the reigning Champions. First they dismiss the manager who brought them the Premier League title, then they score their first goals of 2017 in their first win of the year against a tidy Liverpool side. They last won on New Year’s Eve against… actually, let’s not dwell on that. This is a genuine six-pointer, with three points and four positions separating the teams. A win for either side could go a long way towards survival. But this is an impossible game to predict with any measure of confidence and a seat on the fence is therefore in order. Draw.

H&P: Leicester 1 – 1 Hull


STOKE vs MIDDLESBORO
It was all going so well for Boro as they banked a point here and a point there and bobbed around a few places above the drop zone. All that separates them now from the bottom three is goal difference. They’re up against a Stoke team that should be smarting from their drubbing at Spurs last weekend and although their recent form has been inconsistent, they’re still capable of turning it on. You have to feel for Boro, but fear that even Teesside’s most robust rearguard won’t stop Stoke grabbing all the points. Home win.

H&P: Stoke 3 – 0 Middlesbrough


SWANSEA vs BURNLEY
16th hosts 11th. Surprised? Pay more attention to the table then. It wasn’t so long ago that Swansea were dead certs for the drop. No longer. They’ve performed half a miracle by pulling themselves out of the relegation places, but Paul Clement will know that he absolutely cannot afford to rest on his laurels. If he can keep the Swans up this season, you’d expect him to be a contender for the Arsenal job when that becomes vacant. Burnley’s away form has been horrendous all season and there’s no reason to think that will change against the Jack Army today. Home win.

H&P: Swansea 0 – 2 Burnley


WATFORD vs SOUTHAMPTON
The Saints will feel hard done by at Wembley last Sunday. But at least they outsung the Mancs. Watford have drawn against us, lost to Millwall and Man U, and beaten Arsenal and Burnley in their last five outings. Southampton have lost against us, Man U, Swansea and Arsenal, beating only Sunderland in the same timeframe. What can you make of that? Not a great deal, although Watford have the edge in form. This will be either a home win or an away win, but it might also be a draw. Where’s that fence gone? Draw.

H&P: Watford 2 – 1 Southampton


WEST BROM vs CRYSTAL PALACE
Two of this country’s least inspiring managers come up against each other once again. The Baggies are seven points ahead of us and I can’t see that lead being made up. They’ll have their sights on overtaking Everton in 7th, while BFS’s Palace remain deep in the relegation mire. There’s little to whet the neutral’s appetite for what may be a bruising encounter and it’s hard to see beyond a home win.

H&P: West Brom 0 – 0 Crystal Palace


LIVERPOOL VS ARSENAL (1730 ko)
From the ridiculous to the potentially sublime, this one’s got all the promise of a Turkish Delight. There’ll be no lack of commitment as both sides will see this as significantly influencing their final position and whether they finish in the top four – the more so as Man U continue snapping at their respective heels. At best, Liverpool could move into third while Arsenal are mathematically able to overtake Spurs and occupy second. At worst, either or both sides could find themselves out of the top four by the end of play. Both teams come into this with some dodgy form, but Liverpool have a record for raising themselves for the big games. It’s all set up to be a cracker. Draw.

H&P: Liverpool 0 – 2 Arsenal

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

gph 1:13 Mon Mar 6
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
Defoe involved in TWO THIRDS of Sunderland goals as scorer or assist provider.

They'd have a snowball's chance in hell of staying up without him.

terry-h 6:56 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
SOONDERLAND
YAAR GAAN DOON.

The Joker 4:22 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
PanasonicHeadphone 3:54 Sun Mar 5

Something ten year old girls would do. Extremely fucking odd behaviour from two grown men. Massive fucking cringe.

fred flinstone 4:06 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
Spandex Sidney 1:49 Sun Mar 5

haha I like that,

you have to wonder at the mentality of wankers like him though, he will probably be 14 years old til he dies

PanasonicHeadphone 3:54 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
That gayboy handshake between Kane and Alli after the goal. Wonder how long they spent practising that, the pair of wrong 'uns.

Private Dancer 3:28 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
Sold - Have you got a bit bored now with Rugby and Racing? What happened to all that modern football is shit bollocks you use to drone on and on about? You're full of shit fella.

Northern Sold 2:05 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
Ty v Claude

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJsHJJ2AeBQ

Northern Sold 2:00 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)

Reply fred flinstone 11:54 Sat Mar 4
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2i-JrQI6hWQ

First comment is gold




Loves a `blud'

Don't give a fuck about 4th blud...
he needs to go blud...
You ain't got a clue about football blud...
Where's the desire blud
etc

Spandex Sidney 1:49 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
fred flinstone 11:54 Sat Mar 4

That TY from ArsenalFanTV looks like he has been covered in superglue and rolled through the Arsenal Club Shop

Northern Sold 1:25 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
gph 1:00 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
Paul Pogba's last shot is something I'd be ashamed of.


For all the hype .... he's pretty average

gph 1:22 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
We just have to beat Chelsea to regain our top-half position.

We just have to beat Chelsea without Antonio...

Hammer and Pickle 1:20 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
Some very random results today - and everything was going according to plan at half time in most of the matches.

gph 1:18 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
Impressed by Ramadan - not enough to fast, but impressed anyway

gph 1:12 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
That Allardyce interview must've been cut - where was the self-aggrandisement?

Or is he ill?

gph 1:05 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
So every fucking referee was hung over after Anthony Taylor's stag do this weekend?

Bet we've got a ref who had never drunk at all before this weekend, and downed 2 litres of vodka at this do...

gph 1:00 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
Paul Pogba's last shot is something I'd be ashamed of.

Admittedly, I do that slightly more often...

Sven Roeder 12:27 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
I'm shocked by that Anthony Taylor.

Someone is MARRYING him?

FOMB

gph 12:27 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
Argument for banning short-sleeved shirts?

gph 12:22 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
Arf @ Dyche complaining about poor reffing.

They only got one because the ridiculous decision for the penalty

stoneman 12:22 Sun Mar 5
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
Oh what a surprise Sean Dyche blaming the ref for his defeat, no mention of the dodgy penalty.

Hate the ginger cunt.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 11:59 Sat Mar 4
Re: Saturday football (with added predictions from Hammer and Pickle)
Totally pissed and poncing predictions...

Page 1 - Next




Copyright 2006 WHO.NET | Powered by: