Thursday, 10 February 2011

The weekenders tips!

So after a dull 2-1 win over Denmark, (You would of thought that FAB would have picked up a few more words by now, or @ least ITV could have run subtitles!)  

We turn our focus back to the domestic leagues and what's on offer this weekend in the Top flight of the English game. We will start with the live fixtures this weekend which see Sunderland @ home against a Tottenham Hotspur team hit by injuries. Not the most glamours of games, but over the past few seasons we've seen this game produce mouth watering goals, a shed load of pen's and some debatable decisions. Our verdict is that you can expect a high scoring draw. 

United V City, After going over half the season without losing, could United lose a second game on the bounce? Rooney is starting to look like the Wayne of old, Nani and Berbatov are having their best seasons in the red of United. Meanwhile down the road @ City, things are looking good, Hart put in a solid display for England while the likes of Milner & Barry look ever steady. Tevez will be out to prove a point and after the hat-trick last weekend he will be looking to add to an impressive goal tally already this season. Our verdict is a 3-2 win for United.

Bolton V Everton, Bolton have gone off the boil after a fantastic start to the season, The young lad Sturridge looks in fine form, and both him and Bolton will benefit from the loan agreement come the end of the season. Everton have hit form of late, the 5-3 win over Blackpool had left the toffee's on a high going into the international break. If Saha can add a touch more consistency to his game, Everton have one hell of a player @ there disposal. Our verdict is an away win. 

Fulham V Chelsea, Just as things started to look up again @ Stamford bridge Chelsea go and lose to Liverpool, The talk before the game was all about the £50 million pound man Torres, Now the media hype as died down, can Torres make a bigger impact in his second game for the club? Fulham have started to get going under Hughes, A great F.A cup win against Spurs, followed by a league win against Newcastle and a great away point @ Villa, With Zamora close to a return Fulham should start climbing that table. Our verdict is Fulham to cause a shock and win 2-1


  1. 4-4-2 you are like a cult! Keep up the work! You need a T.V channel

  2. Back of the net! forget a fiver I'll stick twenty on it!