After the despair of Monday’s events, Manchester United have the chance to bring some pride back to Manchester. Ajax however stands between tem and the Europa League trophy plus Champions League football next season. Team News Jose Mourinho has a fresh squad available after resting several players during Sunday‘s 2-0 victory over… Continue reading From despair to glory
The final round of fixtures in the 2016-17 Premier League season is finally upon us with nearly everything settled. As everyone head off for the summer break, the only thing still in the balance are the final Champions League spots. Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City are all in contention knowing how vital getting wins here are… Continue reading Anything goes
Bradford and Millwall will go head to head for a place in the Sky Bet Championship next season. Both teams have been in the second tier before: Bradford in 2004 and Millwall in 2014-15 Recent meetings between these sides have often been tight yet thrilling, making this probably one of the strongest… Continue reading Championship abound
The Sky Bet League Two play offs are delicately poised after thrilling first legs. Luton look to overturn a 3-2 deflict at home to Blackpool, whilst Carlisle head to Exeter looking to make it two wins there in a fortnight. Exeter vs Carlisle Exeter just need a draw at minimum and they are… Continue reading Who’s off to Wembley?
Manchester City and Arsenal must win their games in hand, if they want to jeopardise Liverpool’s Champions League dreams. Arsenal vs Sunderland Defeat could mathematically end Arsene Wenger’s proud record of finishing in top four for 20 seasons. Confidence is surely high amongst the Gunners after getting back to back league wins for… Continue reading Roll of European dice
The final Super Sunday of the 2016-17 season promises to be an emotionally charged day for some clubs. Hull need a win at Crystal Palace if they aren’t to be saying au revoir to the Premier League, a year on from promotion. For Tottenham, they face a long tough day as they play Manchester… Continue reading Time to say goodbye
The final Saturday of this season sees Manchester City and Arsenal hoping that their luck has changed. City have lost their last two games against Leicester whilst Arsenal haven’t won at Stoke since 2010. Victory is vital if either side are to be in next season’s Champions League. Could their fortunes be about… Continue reading Changing fortunes?