Good morning, and what a busy start to the weekend's football we have.


First up is a wounded, bloodied, bleeding, hurt, shocked (we're trying to beat Sky) Manchester United travelling to Goodison. Literally anything could happen in this fixture and sometimes it does, a tricky one for the Champions to face at such a difficult time.


Phile Neville and Tim Cahill are injured and Royston Drenthe is suspended. Ashley Young has hurt his toe and there are reports Chris Smalling has fractured a bone in his foot.


Just 45 minutes later in a scheduling clash that Sky can be proud of, Arsenal make their way across London to Chelsea. Drogba is banned as is Boswinga but Torres returns from suspension. Such a naughty lot these Stamford Bridge boys.


All eyes will be on John Terry as he fights to clear accusations he racially abused Anton Ferdinand. If any good can come out of that incident it's that any player who may have used a racist insult in this weekend's football will now think twice.


The other games have a lot to live up to and City will be hoping for a convincing win against Wolves ahead of a crucial week for them in football.


Norwich versus Blackburn isn't going to excite too many but a loss for Rovers would put even more pressure on Kean. Sunderland welcome Villa and it's an important match for both teams, either side seems capable of going on a good run or awful one.


Bolton need a win away to Swansea to put a halt to their free-fall and Liverpool will be desperate to get all three points away to West Brom, not least due to the added Hodgson factor.


Nobody cares about Fulham versus Wolves.


Saturday, 29 October 2011
Everton v Man Utd, 12:00
Chelsea v Arsenal, 12:45
Man City v Wolverhampton, 15:00
Norwich v Blackburn, 15:00
Sunderland v Aston Villa, 15:00
Swansea v Bolton, 15:00
Wigan v Fulham, 15:00
West Brom v Liverpool, 17:30
Sunday, 30 October 2011
Tottenham v QPR, 16:00

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Saturday, 29 October 2011


Everton 0 v Man Utd 1
Chelsea 2 v Arsenal 0
Man City 3 v Wolverhampton 0
Norwich 0 v Blackburn 2
Sunderland 1 v Aston Villa 1
Swansea 0 v Bolton 1
Wigan 2 v Fulham 1
West Brom 1 v Liverpool 2

Arsenal will get a point at the bridge methinks.
Everton 1 v Man Utd 3
Chelsea 2 v Arsenal 2
Man City 2 v Wolverhampton 1
Norwich 1 v Blackburn 0
Sunderland 1 v Aston Villa 1
Swansea 1 v Bolton 2
Wigan 1 v Fulham 2
West Brom 0 v Liverpool 2

Saturday, 29 October 2011


Everton 2 v Man Utd 1
Chelsea 2 v Arsenal 0
Man City 5 v Wolverhampton 0
Norwich 3 v Blackburn 0
Sunderland 1 v Aston Villa 2
Swansea 2 v Bolton 0
Wigan 1 v Fulham 1
West Brom 1 v Liverpool 2

Good to see us playing 4-3-3 after a long time in PL games.
Until the defeat to QPR Chelsea were worrying me I must admit, playing... Averagely well (or at least not at their best), yet still getting wins. Here's hoping this doesn't carry on today and Arsenal get something out the game.
This is one of the rare occasions being in Australia is actually good for football.

9pm start and live on Fox.

Everton 1 v Man Utd 3

Chelsea 3 v 2 Arsenal

Man City 3 v 0 Wolverhampton

Norwich 1 v 1 Blackburn

Sunderland 1 v 2 Aston Villa

Swansea 0 v 1 Bolton

Wigan 0 v 0 Fulham

West Brom 1 v 3 Liverpool

Tottenham 2 v 0 QPR

Stoke 1 v 1 Newcastle


Hope I'm right, that's twenty-six goals!

Could otherwise be seen as a 4411
Not a vintage performance but we got the three points and kept a clean sheet.

Good workman-like performance from us today.

Worried about Clevs injury though.



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