More football is scheduled to happen this weekend.
We've got Sunderland at home. They're re-motivated under O'Neill and capable of giving anyone a game. They have players that can hurt us and shouldn't be underestimated, but we ought to beat them. Not too happy with the Mourinho to City bollocks just before a game that may see us return to the top of the league, but that shouldn't effect the players, though anything could happen with a Dzeko-led 4-5-1, as i'd imagine is likely.
Zero chance of United slipping up, and Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea will all quite probably win, too.
Villa 0 Chelsea 1
Everton 1 West Brom 2
Fulham 2 Norwich 1
City 2 Sunderland 1
QPR 1 Arsenal 2
Wigan 0 Stoke 0
Wolves 1 Bolton 2
Newcastle 2 Liverpool 2
Spurs 2 Swansea 1
Blackburn 1 United 3
Non-Prem games of note include West Ham v Reading and Brighton v Boro at the top of the Championship, Portuguese Primeira Liga title hopefuls Benfica and Braga clash at the Stade de Luz, an SPL battle for 2nd as Rangers visit Motherwell, Barca v DiS Footi Thread darlings Bilbao, a rehearsal for the Coppa Italia final as Juve host counter-attacking bad boys Napoli, and Valencia versus La Liga surprise package Levante.
Predictions, thoughts, bets, FF tactics, jokes about the size of Jordan's head, etc...