Bizarre-O-Land schedule this week. There are a couple of FA Cup games going on and just screwing up everything. There are 4 Premier League games on, of which THREE are being played at the same time. GREAT scheduling guys, really not helping out the common man trying to watch a few matches.

SPARKNOTES: Merseyside controls the EPL this weekend.


Hull City v. Swansea
KCOM, 10:00am
Battle at the bottom. Swansea has shown “improvement” and they’ll play well when you forget about them. But they are the favorites in this game, so I expect them to blow it here. 1-1 tie.

hull cry

Everton v. West Brom
Goodison Park, 10:00am
This is a pretty tasty game. Just two blue collar teams filled with grit gonna slug it out. I see everyone getting along nicely until the 30th minute, then things get personal. Both teams lost heart breakers and I feel West Brom was looking ahead last week. 2-1 West Brom.

Bournemouth v. West Ham
Dean Court, 10:00
West Ham looked completely pedestrian against Chelsea last weekend. Somehow they squeezed off a goal against the run of play giving me enough evidence to name them heavy favorites. Bournemouth is still drunk from drawing level with United. 2-0 West Ham.


Liverpool v. Burnley
Anfield, 12:00pm
Liverpool should control this game for a full 90 mins. If not, the press has a right to talk shit. Burnley let Swansea score 3 on them last weekend. That’s brutal, no way they fix their defensive problems. Also, Liverpool is home. 3-0 Liverpool.

anfield YNWA

**Some Extra Curricular**


Chelsea v. Manchester United
Stamford Bridge, 3:45pm
BIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGGG game here. Manchester is making a decent showing in English Cups this year. Also Mourinho coming to the Bridge, I mean the guy is a legend. However, we all know that the Blues will be all business for this one and sharp as a knife. Very excited for this. 3-1 Chelsea.

Last Week’s Comparison: I’m getting pretty good at this. In my heart I knew United was gonna blow it but went against my better judgement. Won’t happen again coach.



Friday’s are for Futbol,