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City Should Top The League Come 6pm Sunday

City Should Top The League Come 6pm Sunday

Come 6pm, Sunday 18 September 2011 Manchester City will more than likely top the Premier League.

My predictions:

Tottenham 1-3 Liverpool

Steven Gerrard will miss Sunday's game, nevertheless Liverpool seem to be doing just fine without their captain. Spurs on the other hand have Emmanuel Adebayor ready and waiting to find the moment when he can begin moaning and groaning. I'll give him until Christmas before he tells everyone how underrated he feels. Still, I expect the former City flop to score their only goal.

Fulham 0-4 Manchester City

I feel sorry for Martin Jol but they will be no match for Man City and will continue to languish in the drop zone. Manchester City should top the table this weekend. Our VMC Preview will be published in due course.

Sunderland 1-1 Stoke

Not a lot to say about this except predicting a score draw.

Manchester United 1-2 Chelsea

My prediction is that Manchester United will taste their first defeat of the season against Andre Villas-Boas' team. Didier Drogba should be fit again after the concussion he suffered during the match against Norwich. United have been impressive in the Premier League, but Chelsea will be a different kettle of fish altogether.

Premier League table







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Writer:danielqpr
Date:Saturday September 17 2011
Time: 5:06PM

Comments

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Appreciate the faith lads! I'm personally feeling very apprehensive about visiting Old Trafford...the only team I'm confident can beat Manyoo there is your lot. But here's hoping.
BlueBanes
17/09/2011 17:20:00
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Appreciate the faith lads! I'm personally feeling very apprehensive about visiting Old Trafford...the only team I'm confident can beat Manyoo there is your lot. But here's hoping.
BlueBanes
17/09/2011 17:20:00
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One out of four aint bad for you Tudor . . . .lol
Thaibluefan
17/09/2011 17:25:00
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Good luck Chelsea (blood hell, I never thought I would ever say that !!).
tudor
17/09/2011 17:25:00
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One out of four aint bad for you Tudor . . . .lol
Thaibluefan
17/09/2011 17:25:00
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Good luck Chelsea (blood hell, I never thought I would ever say that !!).
tudor
17/09/2011 17:25:00
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I hope Chelsea batter our out-of-city neighbours but don't have much confidence in it.
StuMCFC
17/09/2011 17:33:00
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I hope Chelsea batter our out-of-city neighbours but don't have much confidence in it.
StuMCFC
17/09/2011 17:33:00
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Even though I'm praying the scum lose come sunday, I can't see them losing this game - a draw at best but a win is more likely. Hopefully we'll batter Fulham enough to get back on top through goal difference!
Blue ponderer
17/09/2011 17:50:00
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Even though I'm praying the scum lose come sunday, I can't see them losing this game - a draw at best but a win is more likely. Hopefully we'll batter Fulham enough to get back on top through goal difference!
Blue ponderer
17/09/2011 17:50:00
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