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Premier League Predictions Include Villa 0-4 City

Premier League Predictions Include Villa 0-4 City

This weekend's Premier League fixtures will no doubt spring up several surprises not least Manchester City's predicted 4-0 trouncing of Aston Villa.

With or without Villa's new signing Darren Bent many a neutral expect the Midlands club to capitulate under the Blues striking force of Carlos Tevez and Edin Dzeko.

Here are my predicted scores.

Saturday 22 January 2011

Wolverhampton 2-0 Liverpool
Arsenal 1-1 Wigan
Blackpool 3-0 Sunderland
Everton 4-1 West Ham
Fulham 0-0 Stoke
Man Utd 2-0 Birmingham
Newcastle 2-3 Tottenham
Aston Villa 0-4 Man City

Sunday 23 January 2011

Blackburn 2-2 West Brom

Monday 24 January 2011

Bolton 1-3 Chelsea

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Friday January 21 2011
Time: 1:39PM

Comments

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Sorry Tudor - don't agree witi you. Arsenal will murder Wigan and Blackburn will beat West Brom - i'll settle for a one goal win against Villa.
Thaibluefan
21/01/2011 14:00:00
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I wouldn't be quite so confident myself about the Villa game. They are going to be a different animal from that sorry excuse for a side we demolished at COMS. The arrival of Bent should give them the feel good factor and will help them raise their game. If we play to our potential we should win it, but I have a bad feeling about this one.
Bluedub
21/01/2011 14:16:00
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I wonder will the Villa fans bring their fake money again to wave at Darren Bent.
Bluedub
21/01/2011 14:38:00
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i think we'll win, but not by 4 goals
arthur7171
21/01/2011 14:40:00
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I don't expect the same riot against Villa as at Eastlands, in fact I think this could be a tough, scrappy game. One of Villa's strong points is set pieces and defending them has been our weak point lately. They also have new signings, most prominently Bent, so may have that renewed team spirit. Would take a 1-0 myself.
StuMCFC
21/01/2011 15:09:00
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Not to sure about it being 4-0 city, Can see a 2-1 city. I dont expect 1 signing to turn our fortunes around, look at it this way if we had bent when we played you last time what could the score have been? 4-1? It wont make a difference. Also like to add i read mancini's comments in the daily mail i think and i have some new found respect for the man.
P.Avfc
21/01/2011 15:49:00
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Wolverhampton 1-1 Liverpool, Arsenal 3-1 Wigan, Blackpool 3-2 Sunderland, Everton 2-2 West Ham, Fulham 0-0 Stoke, Man Utd 2-1 Birmingham, Newcastle 1-2 Tottenham, Aston Villa 1-3 Man City, Blackburn 2-2 West Brom, Bolton 0-1 Chelsea,
mark.mcfc
21/01/2011 19:03:00
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Don't think it will be a walkover at Villa park, although I would expect us to win. The media are really bigging up the Bent factor, and suggesting that he is going to single-handedly tear us a new one. Nice try, but he's had what, two training sessions for the Villa? I'm pretty certain he'll prove a damned fine signing, but to expect him to settle in on his first game is a bit rich! What much of the media are forgetting is that we also have a relatively new player in Dzeko, who has at least got a couple of weeks annd a full game under his belt now. Please don't take this the wrong way Villa fans, but you bought a decent prem striker, we've bought possibly one of the finest strikers in the world. Combined with Tevez, Silva, AJ and our ex-Villans, I think we should just be that bit too sttrong for them this time, but I would imagine they'll be a much better team in a few weeks once Bent, Makoun and any other arrivals have bedded in. May the best team win.
fifthcolumnblue
21/01/2011 19:06:00
0
Bent scored against us for Sunderland but it was a penalty (in the game with Tevez's infamous open goal miss that we should have won, but Micah had to make a stupid tackle deep into injury time) and we kept him quiet for the whole match before that as far as I can recall. But he is a natural goalscorer so the service to him needs to be cut off if possible.
StuMCFC
21/01/2011 20:08:00
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Wont take that the wrong way FCB its true i highly rate dzeko.
P.Avfc
21/01/2011 20:28:00
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