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Coffee 8:17 Sat May 1
Saturday football - 1st May
By the end of tomorrow, City could be crowned champions. But they’ll remember how another title contender slipped up at Selhurst Park some years ago and won’t take Palace for granted. Even so, City have got the title sewn up and it’s hard to imagine anything less than another comprehensive away win.

Despite being just one place above the drop zone, it would take something extraordinary for Brighton to end the season in it. But the pressure won’t reduce until they’re sure of survival. Today’s opponents have been beautifully inconsistent in their first season back in the top flight and will pit their hard work and undoubted capacity for flair against the usually disciplined Seagulls. Draw.

Fulham have won a lot of friends in their battle to climb from relegation certainties to survival candidates. Sadly for them, the mountain before them has been just a bit too high and today’s efficiently clinical hosts will show them no mercy. There’s a lot riding on this for both sides. Home win.

Everton, in eighth, have a game in hand over the four sides above them and could still qualify for the Champions League. Villa have settled for a mid-table finish and there remains little for them to play for, although they may fancy being annoying and getting one over their hosts. Home win.


Arsenal’s remaining hope for the season lies beyond these shores and Arteta may be tempted to rest some players in that cause. Newcastle are safe and can afford to take their collective feet off the communal pedal. Draw.

The reigning champions have had a piss-poor season. Fancy finishing below the likes of West Ham? They’ll try to avoid that nightmarish eventuality with all-out attack at Old Trafford. But Man U, who spent much of the early part of the season in the table’s relative nether regions, will be in no mood to capitulate to their long-term rivals. There’s more pride than league position at stake for them, and that should be strong enough motivation. Home win.

Wouldn’t it be splendid if the departing Blades could mark their farewell with the kind of performance that served them so well last season? Not going to happen, though, is it? Home win.


Depending of yesterday’s results, defeat to an inconsistent Wolves could mark another end to the Baggies’ presence in the Premier League. But even the best case scenario will only defer the inevitable. Draw.

Burnley are safe and come into this on the back of a thorough demolition of Wolves at Molineux last time out. Will this encourage them to put their feet up? Unlikely, and they’ve become a bit of a bogey team for the Irons. We’re still without key players and although we lost by a solitary goal to Chelsea last week it was a performance that did little to warm the cockles. We’re good enough to win and David Moyes was in ebullient spirits at his press conference on Friday: “We want to take it to the last game of the season, we want to get the big one, but if we don’t we’ll settle for the one that comes next.” Away win.

Norwich and Watford have sealed promotion and now it’s between Brentford, Bournemouth, Swansea and Barnsley in the play-offs. At the bottom, Derby will be sweating on Rotherham’s game at home to Blackburn, although they’ll still have a point’s advantage even if the Yorkshire side do win.

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El Scorchio 3:03 Sat May 8
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I’ve always loved VAR. Magnificent invention.

angryprumphs 2:42 Sat May 8
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1-0 to dirty Leeds, nice start to an important weekend

ted fenton 2:42 Sat May 8
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Get In

ChillTheKeel 2:27 Sat May 8
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We are Leeds

Barty 2:24 Sat May 8
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Bielsea will walk over the brain damaged one

El Scorchio 2:23 Sat May 8
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Come on Leeds.

Hallerinthemorning 2:10 Sat May 8
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I guess they just meant Leicester on last game of season

Hallerinthemorning 2:08 Sat May 8
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Had the misfortune of listening to talk sport and Clive Allen talk.about how it will be a terrific season should spurs qualify for champs league. Expects them to catch Chelsea and Leicester. Not one mention of us..its fuckijng criminal so I hope beyond hope the good Leeds show up today that have stopped all top 6 teams at Ellend Road this season.
Talksprot even.said its.good that spurs have some big clubs in the run in as it means they can effect their position

Feed Me Chicken 1:47 Sat May 8
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They have been very lucky with injuries this season yet again and have favourable games left! Don’t count them out yet

Manuel 1:33 Sat May 8
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fromage - Yep. They are too far back now.

legrandefromage 1:29 Sat May 8
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Spurs are two points worse off than us. No chance they will end with more points than three of Chelsea, Liverpool, Leicester and Us.

fraser 12:56 Sat May 8
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Spurs have never really been out of the picture, they were above us Monday.

Manuel - yeah Wilson or Watkins would have been great signings.

Feed Me Chicken 12:49 Sat May 8
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Need Dirty Leeds to turn up today otherwise spurs are suddenly back in the picture!

Manuel 8:00 Sat May 8
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So Leicester shipped 4 goals because they didn't have Jonny Evans? Mmmm,

It pains me that we didn't sign either Wilson or Watkins. How the fuck did that (not) happen?

BillyJenningsBoots 12:16 Sat May 8
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With their run ins and the distraction of the Cup Finals one of them (Leicester or Chelsea) might not get another point and only due to the fact they play each other will one of them pick up 3 or both 1 point if they draw...

Leicesters games are Man U, Chelsea and Spurs
Chelsea have Man City, Arsenal, Leicester and Villa

We really have a chance here obviously if we win our games, but even if we trip up we still have a much easier run in.

Lily Hammer 12:09 Sat May 8
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Actually, if we want to go full on fantasy, we can still hope for a complete Man U meltdown where they at best only manage two draws in their remaining games, and then 2nd place could be ours.

If Carlsberg did PL run ins.

Lily Hammer 11:58 Fri May 7
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We have to win our matches. Do that, and all we need is City to beat Chelsea this weekend, and we’re in.

Perfect start to the weekend.

The Fonz 11:52 Fri May 7
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RBshorty 11:50 Fri May 7
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Keep that powder dry folks.!

⚒️ 11:50 Fri May 7
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That’ll do nicely.

Sven Roeder 11:46 Fri May 7
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Newcastle going all West Ham from 4-0

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