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Coffee 9:27 Sat Apr 14
Saturday football
The first of two such fixtures in 10 days, and by far the more important from a south coast perspective, sees the Saints in a desperate quest for points. There can be few better opportunities to boost their survival hopes against the reigning champions than now. The Blues are in turmoil and seems to have little left to play for in the league bar finishing above Arsenal. The Saints will go all out for maximum points today and even a point would give their fans much needed hope. Draw.

A bit of a dead rubber, this, and probably not one for the purists. Burnley have earned every plaudit they’ve got for their work this season and Sean Dyche will doubtless take pleasure from positioning the burners ever closer to former boss Arsene Wenger’s backside. Home win.

Arguably the game of the day. Brighton are in 13th spot with 35 points, which may well be enough to see them safe. But they have a nightmare run-in and today could well be their last chance to bank a point that would surely be enough to stay up. Palace have the kindest run-in of all relegation-threatened teams, but they still have to get the points that would give them another season in the top flight. All of which adds spice to this rather strange rivalry. Draw.

Like Brighton, few people will give Huddersfield much hope of getting even a point from their last three games, which leaves today and their next game at home to Everton as their final opportunities to save themselves from the drop. They’ve done incredibly well to get themselves into the position they’re currently in and have spent (virtually?) the whole season above the drop zone. Many neutrals would consider it unfortunate if they faltered at the final hurdle. Watford are effectively, if not mathematically, safe and appear to have little to play for. Home win.

They looked dead and buried this time last season, so this is the second consecutive time Swansea have performed a miracle to pull away from the bottom three. Everton will be no walk over although their aspirations for the season seem to have been met. Defeat today would put the Swans right back among the pigeons, assuming acceptability of the avian metaphor. Expect a dogged display and a narrow home win.

A fourth straight season in the Premier League beckons for the Cherries – a phenomenal achievement for a club of its size. Liverpool haven’t always been at their flowing best after a midweek European game and with half an eye on Roma Bournemouth would be forgiven for playing for a point or more today. This should be an open game, with goals. Home win.

This City side will go down as one of the great teams of the Premier League era. Their last couple of weeks, though, show that they’re far from invincible, as Spurs will hope to further demonstrate today. This should be a corker of a game that both teams will go flat out to win. Your evening entertainment is sorted. Away win.

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gph 12:43 Mon Apr 16
Re: Saturday football
"Good to see Gazza looking well"...

Er, he's not on a drip. I suppose that's what counts as well for him nowadays

RBshorty 8:03 Sun Apr 15
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Well done City. Don’t mind the blue half of Manchester winning the title. And upsetting the rest of the so call elite and there media loving hanger on’s. Playing football from the gods also helps.

hammerforever 7:40 Sun Apr 15
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Our 2 games in hand are Stoke and Man U
Don't know where you got Man City from

Far Cough 7:33 Sun Apr 15
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City are champions

nychammer 7:29 Sun Apr 15
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Haha would you believe it. Bitter sweet victory for the baggies

El Scorchio 7:27 Sun Apr 15
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Lots of empty seats at the 'theatre of dreams'.

Fickle cunts.

Leatherhead Hammer 7:22 Sun Apr 15
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Sturridge on

He has about 4 minutes plus injury tine to get an injury to rule him out for the next 6 months

The Stoat 7:19 Sun Apr 15
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Good to see PSV win the title with a 3-0 win over Ajax

geoffpikey 7:14 Sun Apr 15
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Baggies staying up?!

0-1. Ag.

Private Dancer 7:11 Sun Apr 15
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Let's be honest, it's looking like the bottom 3 are fucked. Must be a long time since 3 fairly established top flight clubs have gone in the same season. And these days no-one can say 'they will go straight back down' upon a mickey mouse club getting promoted to the PL. Good to see.

Sydney_Iron 7:07 Sun Apr 15
Re: Saturday football
Palace winning puts them on 34 points with us and exactly the same goal difference, we may have 2 games in hand but will need at least a point from them to make the difference, and they are Man U and Man City!!!

Huddersfield won as well, so go above us; Southampton losing and Swansea only getting a point were good though.

Beat Stoke though and it’s all academic, and we will be, all but safe IMO, lose and we are right back in this mess, especially given our next 3 games! A draw is ok as still laves Stoke and Southampton 7 points behind us.

arsene york-hunt 4:43 Sun Apr 15
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Lloris and Ben Davies would have been sent off if they were playing for West Ham. Why do the fourbys get all these duff reffing decisions in their favour? As for Lloris the foul he did reminded me on the assault on Lanzini for which the cunt ref gave a goal kick.

gph 1:39 Sun Apr 15
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Jordan much better than Andre AGAIN, on the MotD highlights at least.

Takashi Miike 12:59 Sun Apr 15
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yes, it was pearce

gph 12:52 Sun Apr 15
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Who the fuck was the commentator for the Palace Brighton match on MotD?

Horrible screeching loon.

Was it Pearce? If so, he was far worse than usual.

side effect 12:03 Sun Apr 15
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Ive just checked the euston live departures and theres none back to Manchester Piccadilly. Would thete be specials or wjll they sleep rough to the firzt morning departure. Only interested as im an anorak.

Sven Roeder 10:55 Sat Apr 14
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How he missed the one before I don’t know

Kite 10:52 Sat Apr 14
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Lloris should've gone to in the first half, went in studs up and wipe Jesus out.

ted fenton 10:10 Sat Apr 14
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So if it was the last game of the season and we needed Chelsea to beat Southampton for us to stay up you would still be in Mark Hughes corner ?

Yeah right.

Sven Roeder 9:53 Sat Apr 14
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Disgraceful tackle by Ben Davies on Kompany
The idiot Moss gives a yellow

Leatherhead Hammer 9:53 Sat Apr 14
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Ben Davies -anagram of dirty cunt, FACT!

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