Week 37 is actually a complete week of soccer. Since the season is almost over, all the cancelled game (for weather or what not) are getting crammed in now. Arsenal plays 3 times this week to cram everything in. This could be the week ladies and gents, that your Blues are crowned kings. I know… lots of excitement! We will be starting with Friday and finishing on Thursday. With this approach, we can focus all our energy next week when all the games literally happen at the same time. Let’s get into it.
SPARKNOTES: Chelsea wins the league, Sp*rs a strong second, West Brom flounders.
Everton v. Watford
Goodison Park, 14:45
Everton has an incredible opportunity to cement their place in the top 8. Watford got trashed last week and Everton’s home. 2-0 Everton.
West Brom v. Chelsea
The Hawthorns, 15:00
Today is the day. The Blues take the cake. WE WIN THE THE LEAGUE!!! A game that leaves no doubts that we are the best team in England. 3-1 Chelsea.
Man City. v. Leicester City
Both teams went nuts last weekend. For Leicester the goal party ends. For City, it continues. The team in light blue will have no trouble with the Foxes. 3-0 City.
Sunderland v. Swansea City
Stadium of Light, 10:00
If Swansea lose this game, they will be relegated. If they win, I firmly believe they will stay up in the top flight. The Welsh better pray the northern England like them cause
this will be a fight. 1-1.
Bournemouth v. Burnley
Dean Court, 10:00
Both teams would love a full 3 points for this game. Any late surge up the standings will greatly help summer signings. Gotta tip Bournemouth at home though. 1-0 Bournemouth.
Middlesbrough v. Southampton
Riverside Stadium, 10:00
The stadium atmosphere will be similar to a wake. Last weekend they were officially dropped down. There will be lame signs and tears. Southampton will be beating a
dead horse. 2-0 Southampton.
Stoke v. Arsenal
The Britannia, 12:30
Stoke has really disappointed me this season. They really should be in the top 8, no question about it. Big changes to come this summer. 3-1 Arsenal.
Crystal Palace v. Hull
Palace got spanked like bratty child during the industrial revolution. Hull NEED to win. 7 yellow cards this game. Maybe a fight? 1-0 Palace.
West Ham v. Liverpool
London Stadium, 9:15
Liverpool’s gotta lock it down. Huge game for them in order to get into the Champions League. Heavy metal football comes to London. 2-0 Liverpool.
Tottenham v. Man U
White Hart Lane, 11:30
A delightful game this. United is to injured to come and do any real harm. Sp*rs should command a good lead all game. 3-1 Sp*rs.
Chelsea v. Watford
Stamford Bridge, 15:00
The newly crowned Champions are welcomed home to a triumphant time. Some younger guys get to start, everyone is happy. 3-0 Chelsea.
Arsenal v. Sunderland
The Emirates, 14:45
Good thing for Arsenal the play a terrible team twice in a matter of weeks. The Gunners should be able to slice through them, again. 2-0 Arsenal.
Man City v. West Brom
The Etihad, 15:00
West Brom really got the shitty end of the stick to end the season. Chelsea and Man City back to back is tricky. City most likely will hand them a second loss. 2-1 City.
Southampton v. Man U
St. Mary’s, 14:45
Man U will be looking for blood and Southampton is the perfect target. The Red Devils will be looking for some momentum going into Europa. 2-0 Man U.
Leicester City v. Tottenham
King Power, 14:45
Sp*rs go nuts here, a proper thrashing. The Foxes will put up a decent fight but in the end it won’t hold. 3-2 Leicester.
Friday’s are for Futbol,