Saturday, November 17, 2007 - UPDATE

Apologies for not updating the site after the matches last weekend. We got served by a notice from the FA to take off Video content from the site. So unfortunately we won't be able to showcase any Videos here anymore, but we'll try and include links.

All this will be sorted when we switch to our dedicated servers.

Well no EPL this weekend because of International matches. England look set to crash out from Euro 2008!

Saturday, November 10, 2007

EPL Weekend 13 - Fixtures

EPL Weekend #13:


Sunderland vs Newcastle:
After getting thrashed at home against Portsmouth last weekend, the Magpies would be looking at making some amends in the Wear-Tyne derby match. I'd expect a hard fought draw.

Derby vs West Ham:
Derby fans would be looking for a strong performance from their team at home this season. West Ham fans on the other hand would be expecting 3 points from this game, especially if the Hammers are looking to push for a European slot for next year.

Liverpool vs Fulham:
Liverpool thrashed Besiktas 8-0 mid-week and will be brimming with confidence, but Benitez is sure to tinker with the squad as always and they might actually slip up another 2 points today especially against the Premiership draw specialists - Fulham.


Bolton vs Middlesbrough:
Two teams which are definitely struggling this season. Both have made their worst ever starts to a Premier League campaign. Bolton should be able to nick victory in this match and also considering the fact that Middlesbrough haven't won here in the last 5 visits.

Chelsea vs Everton:
Chelsea haven't conceeded a goal in more than 7 and a half hours of Premiership football and finally seem to have a pretty nice attacking flair about them. It's definitely going to be tough for David Moyes' men to get anything out of this match but I wouldn't be surprised if they stick on for a stubborn draw.

Tottenham vs Wigan:
3 points on a platter for Tottenham and they can't afford to lose this chance. It's about time they get their season back in shape.

Birmingham vs Aston Villa:
The Birmingham city derby is never boring! I'm sure some of you might still remember the freak Peter Enckelman own goal back in 2002 in a hotly contested clash between these two teams.

Man Utd vs Blackburn:
This ones going to be a cracker of a match. Blackburn have taken points off Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea this season and I have feeling they might upset United too. A draw is definitely on the cards.

Portsmouth vs Man City:
Two teams which have done exceptionally well this season and definitely deserve their place in the Top 5 of the table. A draw seems the obvious out-come but a single goal could settle this game in either teams favour.


Reading vs Arsenal:
Arsenal will be looking at continuing their great start to the season but Reading will definitely put up a strong fight.

Sunday, November 4, 2007

EPL Weekend 12 - Results

This weekend saw the clash of the giants and table toppers - Arsenal and Manchester United. Chelsea had an opportunity to climb back to third place and try and close the gap between the leaders and them. Liverpool and Blackburn also went head-to-head with both the teams on the same no. of points.


Arsenal 2-2 Manchester United:
A typical match between the arch-rivals. Video highlights of this match can be seen here.

Aston Villa 2-0 Derby:
Villa claimed 3 points at home with a comfortable win over top relegation contenders Derby County.

Everton 3-1 Birmingham:
Everton ran-out 3-1 winners at Goodison Park against Birmingham City.

Fulham 3-1 Reading:
Fulham registered a win after a really long time and victory took them to the 13th spot in the table.

Middlesbrough 1-1 Tottenham:
Bent scored for the Spurs but Young hammered home a stunner to equalise for Boro. Things not looking good for Tottenham but the draw finally got them off the relegation zone.

Newcastle 1-4 Portsmouth:
Portsmouth shocked a lot of people and humiliated the Magpies at St James' Park. The game started of at a blistering pace with 4 goals in the first quarted of the match. With victory Portsmouth now move into the Top 4 of the table and given the fact that they've already played the Big 4 - they deserve all the credit.

Wigan 0-2 Chelsea:
Chelsea picked up a comfortable victory at Wigan. Lampard scored the first while Belleti scored his first goal for the Blues and it sure was a brilliant one.

Blackburn 0-0 Liverpool:
Blackburn continue their good form and maintain their place in the top 5 of the table. A hard fought draw for Liverpool and they are slipping away from the leaders with each passing week.

Video Highlights: Arsenal vs Manchester United

Game of the Week for EPL Weekend 12:

A typical fiesty clash between arch-rivals Arsenal and Manchester United saw it end in high drama with Gallas grabbing a late equaliser in injury time.

Earlier Rooney put Man U ahead only for Fabregas to equalise minutes into the second half. Ronaldo seemed to have won the points for Man U 9 minutes from time but Gunners' skipper William Gallas had other things on his head and headed in just before the end.

Sit back and enjoy the video highlights:

(We've had to remove this video cos of Copyright issues)

Video Highlights: Chelsea vs Manchester City

Game of the Week for EPL Weekend 11:

Chelsea vs Manchester City:
Chelsea thrashed Manchester City 6-0 at Stamford Bridge.

Sit back and enjoy the goals...

Watch Here

Saturday, November 3, 2007

EPL Weekend 11 - Results

Once again would like to apologize for the massive delay between posts. Joined work as Product Manager at a pretty cool site - and have been pretty busy initially...but things should pick up pace here too.

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Anyways it was a highly eventful weekend in the Premiership with Chelsea thrashing Manchester City 6-0 and Liverpool and Arsenal fighting out a 1-1 draw. The misery meanwhile continued for Tottenham.


Birmingham 3-2 Wigan Athletic:
A close game which could have gone either way. After a strong start to the season, Wigan have now slipped into the bottom 5 of the table.

Chelsea 6-0 Manchester City:
Carnage at the Bridge as a rampant Chelsea walked over a hapless City squad. It seemed like a match between table toppers and relegation contenders. City continue to lie 3rd in the table while Chelsea have now moved up to 4th position.

Manchester United 4-1 Middlesbrough:
Middlesbrough surprised United when they drew level in the 6th minute and frustrated United in the first half. But Rooney and Tevez combined beautifully in the second half to knock to wind out of Southgate's boys.

Reading 2-1 Newcastle:
After beating Spurs last weekend - this was supposed to be an easy game for the Magpies but Steve Coppell's team had other ideas and Reading fought for a well deserved victory.

Sunderland 1-1 Fulham:
Both the teams would have liked to register a victory but played out a draw which leaves them both at 9 points hovering near the relegation zone.

Porstmouth 0-0 West Ham:
Green was the star as both the Goal keepers managed to keep a clean sheet and Portsmouth are looking pretty good in the top half of the table, but they need to win games like these if they want to finish in the top 6 this year.

Bolton 1-1 Aston Villa:
Anelka scored for the Trotters as new manager Gary Megson managed to grab his first points for Bolton. Last couple of seasons Aston Villa would have been quite pleased with such a result at the Reebok Stadium but this time around they would be thinking - 2 points dropped!

Derby 0-2 Everton:
Derby look pretty doomed for relegation though this season still has a long way to go.

Tottenham 1-2 Blackburn:
Blackburn continue to impress while Tottenham continue to dissapoint. Blackburn lie in the 5th position, ahead of Liverpool and joint on points with Chelsea. Tottenham will be hoping their fortunes take a change with the change in manager.

Liverpool 1-1 Arsenal:
Liverpool and Arsenal fought out a draw at Anfield. Gerrard scored for the Kops while Fabregas equalised for the Gunners.

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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

EPL Weekend 10 - Results

Everton 1-2 Liverpool
Liverpool were really lucky to grab at win at the Merseyside derby after the Referee awarded them 2 penalties and sent off 2 Everton players. Everton themselves were robbed of 2 clear penalty appeals and after dominating much of the game they would definitely be more than just dissapointed.

Arsenal 2-0 Bolton
Bolton put up a good show and frustrated Arsenal for long periods of time before a Kolo Toure free-kick put Arsenal in the lead. Rosicky added the second late into the 2nd half.

Blackburn 4-2 Reading
Blackburn dominated Reading and registered a solid 4-2 victory at Ewood Park. Victory ensure that Rovers retain their 6th position in the league.

Fulham 0-0 Derby
A clash between two relegation threatened teams ended 0-0 and Fulham extend their winless streak to 8 games. At least Derby managed to end the series of 5 consecutive Away defeats.

Man City 1-0 Birmingham
Man City continue to get the results even when they are not playing well. They were pretty lucky to grab a win against Birmingham and need to thank the amazingly consistent Elano Blumer.

Middlesbrough 0-2 Chelsea
Chelsea finally look like their old self. Drogba has made public his displeasure at Chelsea but he ensured that he kept slotting in the goals. Alex scored his first goal for Chelsea via a sizzling free-kick.

Aston Villa 1-4 Man United
Man United ran riot against a strong Aston Villa side who were made to look pretty puny! Everyone expected a stronger performance by Villa at home but Rooney and Co. had other ideas.

West Ham 3-1 Sunderland
The scoreline looks flattering and the match was much closer than that. A freakish own goal turned the game in West Hams favour and Bellamy added a third right at the end to ensure the win for the Hammers.

Newcastle 3-1 Tottenham
Newcastle added to woes of Tottenham by registering a comprehensive at St. James' Park. One gets the feeling that Martin Jol is just days away from a sack. A bottom 3 position after such a massive amount of pre-season spending is simply unacceptable.

Saturday, October 20, 2007

EPL Weekend 10 - Fixtures and Predictions

EPL Weekend #10:

An action packed weekend sees some real exciting games lined up...


Everton vs Liverpool:
The EPL Weekend kicks off with the Merseyside derby and this ones going to be a fierce battle. Victory for Everton will move them on level points with Liverpool. Torres would be relishing his first Premiership derby after playing in many Madrid derbys back at Athletico.
Prediction: 1-1

Arsenal vs Bolton:
Arsenal will be looking at increasing their lead at the top of the Premiership table while Bolton who are manager-less at the moment would be desperate for some points. The Trotters are languishing at the bottom of the table with only goal difference keeping them away from rock bottom Derby. But Bolton have always be a bogey side of sorts for Arsenal and I think they would be able off a draw.
Prediction: 2-2

Blackburn vs Reading:
Blackburn have surprised quite a few this season and currently lie 6th in the table. They weren't active in the transfer season but their only buy - the talismanic striker Roque Santa Cruz has been a big success so far. Thought he's on the injured list, Mark Hughes would be eyeing a victory against a Reading squad which is struggling to find form.
Prediction: 1-0

Fulham vs Derby:
A bottom of the table clash sees Fulham take on Derby and both teams would be desperate for all three points. Fulham are on long winless streak of 7 games while Derby would be keen the end the run of five straight league defeats away.
Prediction: 2-0

Manchester City vs Birmingham City:
High-flying Manchester City will be looking to defend their 100 per cent home record against Birminigham City. Birmingham have a pretty non-enviable away record.
Prediction: 1-0

Middlesbrough vs Chelsea:
Middlesbrough have managed to beat Chelsea at home in the previous two seasons and Southgate's men will be eyeing a hat-trick of victories against the Blues. Chelsea are facing a defensive nightmare with John Terry and Ashley Cole picking up injuries during their international duty with England.
Prediction: 0-1

Wigan Athletic vs Portsmouth:
Portsmouth have had one of the most difficult fixture calenders and have already face all of the Big 4 and still lie in the top 5! A victory today could see them finish the day at fourth. Latics would be keen to spoil the party though.
Prediction: 1-1

Aston Villa vs Manchester United:
Villa will be looking for their fifth straight home win and even Manchester United are in pretty good form. This ones going to be a close match and I reckon a draw would be the outcome.
Prediction: 1-1


West Ham vs Sunderland:
West Ham should be able to record an easy victory against the Black Cats at home.
Prediction: 2-0


Newcastle vs Tottenham:
A mouth-watering Monday night clash and this game is sure to be full of goals. Defeat might signal the end of Martin Jol's reign at Tottenham. Tottenham are still looking at their first away victory of the season and I don't think they'll be able to record it against the Magpies.
Prediction: 2-2