Sunday is a wild day for the sporting world. I mean 10 out of 10. I’d advise all fans to just pass out on the couch Saturday. Then you don’t have to move Sunday. Bit of a let off Saturday, but I
mean you can’t have too much fun.
SPARKNOTES: City secure the title race with a win, Chelsea will probably kill me.
Stoke v. Leicester
Interesting game since both teams are very unpredictable. I feel good this week and I believe both will perform beautifully making this a must watch. 3-2 Leicester.
Southampton v. Burnley
St. Mary’s, 11:00am
Burnley is playing well. It doesn’t matter how brutal their logo and color scheme, they are on. Yes, I predict a nice win for the Clarets this weekend. Giving them hope for a little European football next season. 2-0 Burnley.
Newcastle v. Bournemouth
St. James, 11:00am
Bournemouth are trying their best to get relegated this season. Newcastle on the other hand is playing a little too well. Sure they’ll secure a win this weekend but I expect a drop sometime soon. 2-0 Newcastle.
Huddersfield v. West Brom
West Brom needs some magic this weekend. Traditionally a solid team, they have been everything but that this season. 1-1 tie.
Swansea v. Brighton
Renato Sanches comes alive. Word on the street players go to Swansea to die but this kid has it. He has a field day against Brighton. 4-0 Swansea.
West Ham v. Liverpool
Must win game for Liverpool as some other big clubs play each other this weekend. The Reds can’t afford to drop points, if they do no UCL. 2-0 Liverpool.
Tottenham v. Crystal Palace
Wembley Stadium, 7:00am
Sp*rs will have some good pickings this weekend. They have been on form and don’t have that strange problem Chelsea have with Palace. 2-0 Sp*rs.
Man City v. Arsenal
City can not do a thing wrong. Everything is falling into place perfectly. It’s as if they can’t make a wrong pass, makes me sick. Arsenal doesn’t have a chance. 4-0 City.
Everton v. Watford
Everton is sunk. Watford on the other end is playing with the big kids. This game will go according to the table. This is Everton’s season from Hell. 1-0 Watford.
Chelsea v. Man United
Stamford Bridge, 11:30am
This pains me. I do think Mourinho is a great coach. His play is not always the best looking but he wins. Chelsea is at home though so there is hope, our
old manager coming back always evokes strong feelings. After the disaster in Rome midweek we need a turnaround. 3-2 Chelsea.
Friday’s are for Futbol,