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Monday, 18 April 2011

Rest of the Prem (Wk 33)

Two cracking games yesterday...

It all kicked off at the Emirates in the last few minutes - Wenger's watch was set to North London time while Dalglish's was connected to the Scouse Meridian. Regardless of the time difference, it was a finale that only the Premier League can conjure up. I wonder should King Kenny be done by the FA Lip Reading Committee after telling Wenger what he thought of his protestations - Rooney could learn a thing or two from him.

Owen Coyle, on the other hand, probably wishes he could turn back time. Let's face it, even Nostradamus would've had his work cut out to come up with that predo.

Time for me to give my crystal balls a good rub and predict the outcomes of the last three bouts:

Newcastle v Man U. Couldn't watch the cup semi live on Saturday, and spent the rest of the day avoiding the telly and the internet until the game was reshown on ESPN in the evening time... wasn't best pleased, to say the least, that I'd gone to all that fucking trouble. Fergie's boys will bounce back in convincing fashion, 1-3.

Chelsea v Birmingham. Have to take my hat off to Chelsea after Saturday's result - thought that was gonna be a banana skin. Birmingham had a decent result as well and should avoid the drop even if Chelsea stick 2 or 3 past them on Wednesday. Chelsea, 2-0.

Spurs v Arsenal. Neither side can afford to drop points in this one (quote supplied by the Ministry of Stating the Bleeding Obvious). There's so much at stake, so the only logical outcome is a no score draw.

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