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United vs Basel

After Saturday night’s disappointing performance, it’s difficult to see how Manchester United regain momentum. With the fast front-runners Rooney and Hernandez both ruled out for tonight, it looks like another 90 minutes of pinning all our hopes on veterans Berbatov and Owen. Whilst they both struggled to get into the game against Stoke, we’re hoping […]

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Arsenal vs Bolton

Arsenal’s win on Tuesday will have done little to calm the nerves of both Arsenal fans and Arsenal players. Whilst there were certainly positives to take from the victory over Shrewsbury (like Oxade-Chamberlain’s performance), there were still more than a few dodgy performances – enough for us to be worried about the game this weekend […]

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Stoke vs United

Tony Pulis must be looking enviously at Manchester United’s squad (well, don’t all managers!). The guy who scored twice on Tuesday doesn’t even get so much as a look-in! Fresh from his heroics at Elland Road, Michael Owen looks likely to be rested, with Wayne Rooney and Chicharito Hernandez resuming their places up-front. With Macheda, […]

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Liverpool vs Wolves

Has Andy Carroll missed his chance? The Englishman has had just 12 chances to impress Kenny Dalglish, but it might well be that his time is up! Whilst he’s linked up to some good effect with Luis Suarez, and has had some flashes of brilliance, he has yet to start scoring the goals that Liverpool […]

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Brighton vs Liverpool

After the Sunday we’ve just had, its almost a relief to be playing again so soon. Hopefully more relief will come in the form of captain Steven Gerrard, who should make his first appearance of the season at some point. And, oh, how we need him! It might just be the Carling Cup, but tonight’s […]

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United vs Chelsea

It takes a brave (or desperate!) manager to leave out two of his big guns in Europe, but thats exactly what Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas did when he left John Terry and Frank Lampard out against the Germans. United also took the opportunity in midweek to play some of their fringe players, with the likes […]

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