Friday, March 28, 2008

EPL - Weekend preview


Arsenal have got themselves to blame for the position they find themselves in. They have thrown away a 5 point lead in their last five games drawing four, losing one and find themselves 6 points behind the leaders Manchester United and now they travel to the North West of London to face relegation threatened Bolton side. And its a place were the Gunners have not won in the last six years and things wont be easier this time either with Bolton's physical approach totally opposite to Arsenal's football with substance. With captain Gallas reportedly losing faith of his players the pressure is heaping on Arsenal to get a win and stay in touch with the leaders and hope for a run in to the title.

Match Kick Off - 15.00 GMT 20.30 IST

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Manchester United have a comfortable 5 point lead over the near rivals Chelsea and they just cannot afford to take the foot off the pedal as they host Aston Villa at Old Trafford. Manutd have hit a great run of form after the FA cup exit to Portsmouth and have gone to the top of BPL. Aston villa who were chasing UEFA cup spot have gone off the boil and even lost to Sunderland last week at villa park and things cant get tougher as they visit OT. With Ronaldo firing on all cylinders and United having a good record against Villa they are expected to win this one.

Match Kick Off - 17.15 GMT 22.45 IST

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Chelsea have brought themselves into the title race after a win over Arsenal in the Grand Slam Sunday. Chelsea now have the Boro team visiting them at the Bridge. the visitors have already taken 5 points out of Arsenal this season and have a knack of raising their game in big matches. But Chelsea with their impressive 78 games unbeaten at home are expected to win against Boro to keep the pressure on Manchester United .

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navaneeth said...

i think there should not b any prob for the big 3 to prevail this time around.

Raghu said...

Hmmm.. good one.. but i dont think its gonna eb easy for either of the 3 teams.. all the remaining matches are very crucial... hopefully Manchester United can goo all teh way thru for a back to back title...