Some good clean fun this weekend. All of the important leagues in Europe have officially kicked off and Champions League table has been drawn. Still plenty of time for teams to make serious changes and adapt. That being said we are getting spoiled on Sunday.

Sparknotes: Sunday is the big day. Get all your shit done Saturday so you can watch soccer, nap and Thrones.

Saturday

Bournemouth v. Man City
Dean Court, 7:30pm
Bournemouth gets no luck here as Man City will be out for blood after last week’s stunner. Pep’s boys will need to start finding consistency and flair. 2-0 City.

Crystal Palace v. Swansea City
Selhurst Park, 10:00am
Snooze City, population these two teams. Neither have scored a goal this season and I can promise this game will be a hard pass for me. 0-0 tie.

Watford v. Brighton
Vicarage Road, 10:00am
Watford is in 4th, just saying if the season ended today they’d be in the Champions League. Brighton has been struggling so this game could go well here for the unlikely table toppers. 3-1 Watford.

Huddersfield v. Southampton
Kirklees, 10:00am
Speaking of shock factory, Huddersfield is in 2nd. They haven’t played a real team yet so let’s not go crazy. Southampton will knock these kids down a peg or two. 2-0 Southampton.

Newcastle v. West Ham
St. James Park, 10:00am
This game would have been special in the 90’s. In the current world, I’ll pass. West Ham have let in 7 goals so far, giving Newcastle a great opportunity to score their first. 2-1 West Ham.

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Man U v. Leicester City
Old Trafford, 12:30pm
DANGER! Someone needs to cool off the Red Devils and it sure as hell isn’t gonna be Leicester. Mourinho and his Chelsea defectors will roollll. 4-1.

Sunday

West Brom v. Stoke City
The Hawthorns, 8:30am
Grit City. Just a classic English Football game that drips with questionable tackles, bad teeth and breakfast meats. Great way to start off a Sunday. 3-1 West Brom.

Chelsea v. Everton
Stamford Bridge, 8:30am
Wayne Rooney has Everton fans going mental. The return of their savior has the Toffees dreaming BIG. However, no one walks into the Bridge expecting points. Your boys are getting healthier and I’m feeling good about this one. 3-1 Chelsea.

Tottenham v. Burnley
Wembley, 11:00am
Sp*rs are going to have their way with these guys. A bit of a break after Chelsea spanked these clowns last weekend. 2-0 Spurs.

Liverpool v. Arsenal
Anfield, 11:00am
Game of the Week. Injuries have hurt the scoring capacity of the Gunners proving they are a one trick pony. Liverpool is praying for the transfer window to close early. Love the home-field advantage here. 2-1 Liverpool.

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Fridays are for Futbol,
Frank