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Coffee 8:02 Sat Jan 19
Saturday football
Wolves are yet to win in the league in 2019 and face a side that’s been just as inconsistent, even if they did record wins over Man City and Chelsea over Christmas. For much of the season, they’ve been yoyoing each other in the table and both are capable of winning this. And losing it. Draw.

It’s a measure of our progress in the last year that we can take the loss, temporary or otherwise, of our main striker without substantially reducing our goal threat or, in the case of this forum, throwing a collective nappy from the collective pram in an earth-shattering fit of hissiness. Samir Nasri’s first outing in the claret and blue offered much hope and, with Felipe Anderson, makes for a formidable attacking force. In full flow and with on-form Hernandez and Carroll up front, there are few teams in the division that will be able to resist that for a full 90 minutes. Bournemouth’s recent impression of a lead balloon has coincided with Callum Wilson’s absence through injury. He has a late fitness test today. This could be a very good game. Away win.

In yesterday’s press conference, Jurgen Klopp commented on almost the entire Palace first team without recourse to notes. That’s impressive. As is his table-topping team, which should be able to dispatch Thornton Heath Rovers with ease. Home win.

You have to wonder what Jose Mourinho makes of Man U’s revival. Solskjaer’s magic touch should continue against a club that’s never won at Old Trafford. But Brighton made Liverpool fight hard for their points last time out and will do the same against a Reds’ side that could welcome back Alexis Sanchez. It will be interesting to see how he performs under the new boss. Home win.

Every season seems to throw up a team whose circumstances invite sympathy. Newcastle, along with Huddersfield, are this season’s objects of compassionate affinity. This is a massive game and the barcodes will need their fans behind them for the full 90 minutes. That’s never a given, however. Expect a game of strategy and few chances. Home win.

You get the feeling that Southampton will be safe this season. There is much left to play for, but confidence and optimism have returned under Ralph Hassenhuttl. Everton remain frustratingly inconsistent, always subject to those strange footballing forces that cause to inspire and despair in quick turn. Home advantage and the feel good factor at St Mary’s should see the Saints romp readily to three points. Home win.

Burnley have ground their fingers to the bone in clawing themselves out of the relegation zone. If they have one, Watford’s manicurist will be happier with the state of the Hornets’ fingers, which have pulled the club to seventh with elegance and determination. There’s little chance of either team bottling it in what could be a surprisingly entertaining encounter. Draw.

ARSENAL vs CHELSEA (1730 ko)
So the big guns – or also rans, take your pick – are saved for late. Chelsea will want to take full advantage of Spurs’ personnel issues to push their claim for third spot, while Arsenal’s season mission is to battle Man U for fifth. There’s money and Europe – for once, in the non-Brexit sense – at stake, along with the usual dose of local pride. Both clubs have non-firing, high-profile players and both have constrained recruitment ambitions. Hard to predict. Draw.

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Lertie Button 9:37 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
Just caught Motd, got to say fucking Milner is a caveman, refuse to believe that any team with him and Henderson in the side should win the league, just pure average

Sven Roeder 7:47 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
Fulham played well and deserved more
But their defenders are fucking awful. Not sure Ranieri can make terrible players that much better.
I see waste of money Alfie Mawson was out as he injured himself doing his boot laces up.

happygilmore 7:43 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
The tinker man is the wrong man for a relegation fight. Could be axed, BFS to the rescue

terry-h 7:39 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
I wonder how many Tottenham fans were walking through Bishops Park when that goal went in.

twoleftfeet 7:37 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
Harry Winks just won me £400 👍👍

Ajax vs Heerenveen over 2.5 goals in the 2nd half
Fulham vs Spurs over 1.5 goals in the 2nd half

Love Sunday football.

Sven Roeder 7:36 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
That’s why Fulham are going down
Error after error in defending
Winks heads in from a yard after the ball travelled 40 yards

claretandbluedagger 7:35 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
Bloody Spurs. They always love a late winner. Their luck has to run out at some point...

1964 7:34 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
Ha Ha Ha would you believe it those wankers win again in the last minute

Sven Roeder 7:24 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
Dele Alli looks like he has done a hamstring

Might be pretending though

Sven Roeder 7:18 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
He has no pace but am enjoying the way he is bullying the massive poof Davinson Sanchez.
He is a bit of a psychopath and can imagine him waiting for Sanchez in the carpark.

Come on Fulham!

Lily Hammer 7:11 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
Anyone who thinks Mitrovic is the answer to our problems needs a brain transplant.

Sven Roeder 6:34 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
Some old dye left over from his Liverpool days

Fulham needed to capitalise on that last 10 mins.

Eerie Descent 6:29 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
What the actual fuck is a 32 year old man doing dying his barnet bright red?

Sven Roeder 6:28 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
3 good chances for Fulham
Should be further ahead

Leatherhead Hammer 6:04 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
It looks like Fernando Llorente is doing what he is meant to do, in the absence of Kane and Son. Scoring goals, Ha ha hahaaaaaa

happygilmore 6:04 Sun Jan 20
Re: Saturday football
Kane's replacement on the score sheet already

simon.s 9:09 Sat Jan 19
Re: Saturday football
Let’s hope Chelsea are saving it for the front wheels next week

LeroysBoots 9:08 Sat Jan 19
Re: Saturday football
Sari has fucking ruined Chelsea

Their fans must be happy !

Kante played as a right winger to accommodate Jorginho ?, do me a fucking favour

twoleftfeet 8:14 Sat Jan 19
Re: Saturday football
Chelsea look a very poor side.

The Stoat 8:14 Sat Jan 19
Re: Saturday football
Arse 2-0 up at HT

ironsofcanada 7:03 Sat Jan 19
Re: Saturday football
At least Burnley drew with Watford

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