Last weekend has prompted some big actions during the week. Crystal Palace’s amazing run of form has prompted management to fire their manager and now are looking to steal a big name from somewhere else in the league. Liverpool did their best impression of a over-40 men’s league team, and got stomped by City. Also, Mark Hughes continues to have handshake problems.

The Champions League started this past week so keep an eye out on the starting 11 of the top teams. Some big players might get rested, giving opponents the hope they can steal a point.




Bournemouth v. Brighton
Dean Court, 3:00pm
A couple of bottom feeders looking a reset button. Save your sick days, no need to skip work in anticipation for this one. Both side offer very holy defenses so we could see a healthy amount of goals. 2-1 Brighton.


Crystal Palace v. Southampton
Selhurst Park, 7:30am
All signs point to a catastrophe in London. Palace can’t score, they don’t have a manager and yea forgot how to defend. This game is everything Southampton needs. 2-0 Southampton.

Huddersfield v. Leicester
Kirklees Stadium, 10:00am
Leicester has not looked as terrible as the standings shows them. Huddersfield is destined to start losing their early momentum. 1-0 Leicester.

West Brom v. West Ham
The Hawthorns, 10:00am
The Canaries need to score early, make the proper adjustments, and emerge unscathed from this. Should be a textbook win. 2-0 West Brom.

Liverpool v. Burnley
Anfield, 10:00am
Liverpool was sooooo bad against City. Total joke, embarrassing, a sham. They walked alone last weekend. They need to put on a clinic against Burnley. 1-0 Liverpool.

Watford v. Man City
Vicarage Road, 10:00am
Say a prayer for Watford, this one will get ugly. City were unreal last weekend and could easily score another 5 this weekend. 3-0 City.

Newcastle v. Stoke
St. James Park, 10:00am
This one could be pretty decent. Both teams are playing well and hovering around the middle of the table. A win this week for both teams would be a huge boost. 1-0 Newcastle.

Tottenham v. Swansea
London Stadium, 12:30pm
Sp*rs are looking good man. They beat up Everton last week,and they played excellent mid week. I’m expecting lots of changes to the starting 11 since Swansea is garbage. 2-0 Sp*rs.


Chelsea v. Arsenal
Stamford Bridge, 8:30am
YESSSS!!! Love the rivalry, love the fight, love that we are home. Both teams have had a bit of a hiccup early but I expect those issues have been solved. I am a little concerned you’re boys in Blue have yet to properly close out a game. A heart attack is quite possible for this reporter. 2-1 Chelsea.

Man U. v. Everton
Old Trafford, 11:00am
Everton could really use a win here, but if we are being honest they should play for a draw. United get very frustrated and that is exactly what the Toffees should do. Since United are home they are in charge of putting on the show. Perfect day
for a classic counter. 1-1 tie.




Friday’s are for Futbol,