Sunday, April 26, 2015

EPL Week 32

Everton vs Man Utd: Goodison Park is not an easy place to play in. Expect a dour battle if the Red Devils could not recover from their Chelsea disappointment last week.
3-0 : It turned out to be the biggest Premier League defeat for van Gaal. It was déjà vu time for the Red Devils as the rotten defence once again reared its head. It is back to the drawing board again as the Red Devils looked very ordinary again. The rat race to qualify for a CL place starts again.


Arsenal vs Chelsea: It is second place and in-form Gunners to test the resolute Blues next. Expect Mourinho to 'park his bus in front of the goals' even though he has the upper hands in the league.

0-0: Jose Mourinho can lay his hands on the title midweek if they beat Leicester in their unplayed game. Though in-form, Arsene Wenger 's team just could not beat the Blues in 13 games.

WBA vs Liverpool: It is time for the Reds to pick up the pieces in this relatively easy game, after their disaster at Wembley, if they still want CL football. This game marks Stevie G's 500th Premier League game.

0-0 : Lethargic display by the Reds who seemed to give up the chase for the 4th place....the season is petering off for Rogers. Mario Balotelli started but again failed for 75 mins. It was obvious that Rogers needed a striker as Sturridge is too injury prone and Balotelli misfiring even with blanks.

S'ton vs Spurs: Two teams in the top 10. While S'ton still harbours CL dreams, Spurs more or less gave up.
2-2: As expected, a tight game with no winner

Villa vs Man City: Tim Sherwood team is still on a high after reaching the FA cup final but they have league survival to think about now.

2-3: An error strewn match by both sides. Late goal by Fernandinho won it for the Citizens who moved up to second before the Arsenal vs Chelsea match.

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