Posted: October 28, 2011 in Uncategorized

Its only fair that after clouds- cumulus and nimbus alike overshadowed the rays from the red hot Devils, and the rising of the Money City Blue moon and its werewolf that we say to you Sir. Alex Ferguson doesnt have an answer to Super Mario’s trick question. Well, at least for now.  Money cant buy you everything but  ‘Arab oil Money’ can guarantee a goal fest and a handsome three points over your arch nemesis. Nevertheless, MUFC remain the greatest team in England but also with the greatest home loss in the clubs history.

Expect Tottenham to make childplay out of the encounter with QPR at the lane, with the Dutchman Maestro Van Der Vaat possibly matching last weekends heroics. Adebayor, Bale, and Parker should join the orchestra. a 3-0 home win should suffice considering an 11 man QPR failed to lodge a major upset to chelsea even after they went down to 9 men after the 2 red cards shown to Bosingwa and Drogba respectively. Apart from AVB’s complaints and a looming F.A charge, a London derby at the Bridge will surely give a thrill to the table standings. This should be a test for Le Professeur’s men considering their new found form, atleast this should prove if the momentum will carry on or if it will be shortlived. I fancy a one- all draw, RVP and F-50 (Torres) to be on the final scoresheet.

The defending champions will be at Goodison Park ready to put behind the miserable memories of last weekend hoping their midweek win against  Aldershot woiuld have given them confidence enough to get back into winning ways. Everton on the other hand having lost to Chelsea in midweek will do no good to their belief and SAF will be hoping for nothing less than a win. Rooney and Cahill should be among the scorers in a 2-1 win. Mancini’s well oiled machine will look to put more steam to their engine and being the host, Etihad stadium will surely rock with goals against their midweek prey, wolverhampton. 3-0 scoreline should do the trick. Norwich will be a handfull for Blackburn who did well to qualify for the quarter finals in the curling cup to handle. The new boys are by no means push overs and will likely push for a win if not a draw. considering their last weekend heroics in holding Liverpool to a draw. i expect a lively encounter well fought.

Sunderland is a sort of a bag with mixed fortunes, but their diaplay last weekend should convince that they are in for a shout and a win against Aston Villa is not far from convincing. though i anticipate Aston Villa to give them a run for the 3 points. Bent or Agbonlahor could grab the headlines, but Larson is the one to watch out for for inspiration to Bendtner and company for the win. Swansea is a team that is showing flashes of brilliance in their gameplay  and being at home, you would expect them to register a win over the stuttering Bolton. Otherwise, i have a strong hunch that owen coyle’s boys should not be dismissed. Probability for a draw lies at 4/10 whereas a win is at 6/10.

Martin Jol has has failed to spark Midas’ touch at Craven Cottage so Fulham should face Wigan in what the Spaniard- Martinez should see as a possible 3 points up for grabs. Though his side is unconvincing, an away win, 2-1, should not be seen as far fetched or surprising. I suspect Clip Dempsey or Zamora maybe up for the plaudits. Luiz Suarez proved to be the hero for Liverpool in midweek against Stoke and hopefully he can carry the form to this gameweek. A win at the Brittania isn’t an easy feat so that should be motivation enough for a win over a former boss-Roy Hodgson,with Suarez (if available) on target.Forget the Anfield’s no.9 who left his shooting boots with the Jordi faithful,who are equally surprised like us with their league standings.Alan Pardew will however realize is a hostile stage for duel with the Potters.Despite losing to a resurgent Arsenal are able to halt the Newcastle train albeit, not without shedding some blood ,sweat and tears.

Congratulations to Gor Mahia for winning the FKL cup.That should give the Green Army a celebratory mood for other football fans to enjoy a mayhem-free end to the season.Well, at least for the time being.And that’s that.Follow us @skwalizzy and @Quenton53 on twitter.Sayonara!

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