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Coffee 8:12 Sat Sep 21
Saturday and Sunday football
**SATURDAY**

LEICESTER CITY vs TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR (1230 ko)
An intriguing start to the day’s games sees a meeting of two sides with genuine top four ambitions. Goal difference separates them in the table, but you’d expect Spurs to offer a stronger line-up. Leicester have home advantage, however, and it’s hard to pick a winner. Draw.

BURNLEY vs NORWICH CITY
Norwich are buzzing after last week’s unexpected defeat of Manchester City – and that with a team consisting largely of reserves. Can they take that to Turf Moor, where Burnley have struggled for goals? Back to reality. Draw.

EVERTON vs SHEFFIELD UNITED
You’re never quite sure what you’re going to get with Everton. They have a decent home record of late and will look to build on that today. Meanwhile, the optimism surrounding Sheffield’s return to the top flight has deflated somewhat and they now find themselves in the lower reaches of the division. Can the prospect of bin Laden patronage spur them to greater heights, or will they, as most will expect, crash at Goodison? Home win.

MANCHESTER CITY vs WATFORD
Pity Watford. Pity anyone playing Man City after they’ve lost. Pep was magnanimous in defeat at Carrow Road, but then it’s easy to be generous when you lead the kind of squad that City have. Damage limitation for the Hornets. Home win.

NEWCASTLE UNITED vs BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION (1730 ko)
How the barcodes would want Rafa back. They languish in the bottom three, without a home win and with all sorts of stats going against them. Cue Andy Carroll, perhaps. What a roar there will be if he comes on – and scores. The Seagulls aren’t in much better shape, which sets things up for an old-fashioned encounter that could be significant come the end of the season. Home win.


**SUNDAY**

CRYSTAL PALACE vs WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS (1400 ko)
The other 2.00pm kick-off promises a hard-fought game. Palace will be reasonably pleased with their points tally so far, while Wolves may curse last season’s Europa League qualification. Much stroking of an impressive beard for their boss. Draw.

WEST HAM UNITED vs MANCHESTER UNITED (1400 ko)
Our biggest test of the season to date. Both teams are level on points, but Man U continue to look vulnerable, despite an encouraging victory over Leicester last week. With Pogba and Martial likely to miss out, it’s an ideal opportunity for our genuinely decent midfield to impress. Step forward, Anderson and, if he plays, Lanzini. Yarmolenko can show what he can do, and Haller should be fired up. This could be a corker. It’s there for the taking. Home win.

ARSENAL vs ASTON VILLA (1630 ko)
Arsenal will be deeply disappointed at conceding two goals and two points last week against Watford. One test of a team’s character is how they bounce back from that kind of irritation. They could ask for no better opposition to gauge the team’s character than Villa, who will look to target the permanently bizarre David Luiz in particular. There will be questions if this in anything but routine. Home win.

CHELSEA vs LIVERPOOL (1630 ko)
Looking forward to this one, and it should have goals aplenty. Liverpool will have their work cut out against a side that’s starting to offer promise. FLJ will have his young team pumped and ready to spring a surprise. Anything could happen. Home win.

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ChesterRd 7:09 Mon Sep 23
Re: Saturday and Sunday football
VAR can't be used for a second yellow. Either the ref in the Arsenal game was wrong or it was being checked for something else like player identity

El Scorchio 12:40 Mon Sep 23
Re: Saturday and Sunday football
Just watching Match of the Day 2 and the Arsenal game. Seems VAR can be used to check for second yellows with the sending off in that game.

Just makes Mike Dean even more of a cunt, really.

bruuuno 8:35 Sun Sep 22
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Great game that

nychammer 8:31 Sun Sep 22
Re: Saturday and Sunday football
Bournemouth a big game and we owe that lot

RBshorty 8:22 Sun Sep 22
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The longer it keeps us off everybody else radar the better. Now if we can manage to wipe the smile off that smug cunt Howe next weekend. Then we can really get this show on the road.

1964 8:17 Sun Sep 22
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Doesn’t goals scored count if goal difference is the same. Not alphabetically unless everything is equal.

nychammer 8:14 Sun Sep 22
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Arsenal go above us alphabetically

Sven Roeder 8:03 Sun Sep 22
Re: Saturday and Sunday football
Villa now losing to 10 men

Sven Roeder 8:02 Sun Sep 22
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Just saying he is getting a leeway that has never been given to foreign managers
If Sarri was still there would he get such understanding?
I just don’t like him and hope he fails miserably
Including a massive home defeat v West Ham Utd

White Pony 7:56 Sun Sep 22
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Sven - I'm no fan of Lampard but he's a handful of games in. His results so far have been mixed but he's not been a disaster and why shouldn't he play youth players? Not quite sure what reaction you are after. He is though a rodent faced weasly cunt.

Hammer and Pickle 7:49 Sun Sep 22
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Did you just see Kante's goal?

Egg-head alien freak.

Takashi Miike 7:46 Sun Sep 22
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arsenal have made no attempt to build from the back, continued the headless chicken approach and thought the clown, luis would improve them :.)

Sven Roeder 7:40 Sun Sep 22
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Why is Lampard getting such an easy ride?
They lost Hazard but his ‘transfer ban’ saw Pulisic arrive for £60m, Kovacevic signed for £40m plus the addition of England international Mount & u21 internationals Abraham & Tomori.
And this for a club that finished 3rd and won the Europa.

Arsenal level
And then behind again

Westham67 7:29 Sun Sep 22
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Arse tv should be fun this week thanks Mart O

gph 7:22 Sun Sep 22
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AG: If we can regularly beat the NON-FAMOUS teams of the quality of ManU, there's a good chance it will happen, and be us.

Alex G 7:20 Sun Sep 22
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Tottenham and Man United lost, Chelsea and Arsenal looking like doing similar.

I've been saying for a while, this could be one of the seasons when one of the clubs from outside the 'big six' sneak into one of the top positions.

ironsofcanada 7:17 Sun Sep 22
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Frank kicking stuff is nice to see.

Son of Sam 7:02 Sun Sep 22
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Arsenal down to 10 men ainsley miles sent off

nychammer 6:58 Sun Sep 22
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Yep we could keep 4th as it stands

Son of Sam 6:54 Sun Sep 22
Re: Saturday and Sunday football
And just when you thought it could not get any better at Londons top club, it keeps getting better, Chelsea (spits) now 2 down and the Arse losing to the Villa bwahahahahahaha

nychammer 6:46 Sun Sep 22
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Var finds for Liverpool in the most marginal offside decision ever.

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