Spurs fired themselves ahead of Chelsea in the top four race this weekend. Can they push on now and leave Conte’s struggling team in the dust?
Coming off the heels of a famous win against Manchester United, Newcastle returned with confidence, playing quick, scintillating attacking football and leaving Bournemouth out of sorts. Yet the last 20 minutes of the game saw the Magpies completely run out of steam. Can Newcastle United survive in the Premier League?
Chelsea roared onto the pitch with all the energy and confidence still running through their veins from their 1:1 match with Barcelona. However, the final score was tipped in the balance towards Manchester United by one player— a man who had something to prove to himself, his team, and to the world.
Chelsea arrive at Old Trafford having performed superbly against Barcelona and spirits will be high in West London. But although Manchester United have suffered poor results against the Blues in recent years—winning only one of their last 14 matches against Chelsea—that one win came less than a year ago…
At least one English club will almost assuredly make the last eight of this year’s Champions League, but there is work to be done if all five are to continue the Premier League’s historic campaign.
The upcoming FA Cup Fifth-Round is going to be a horrible game for both sides. Will Huddersfield make the most of their home game advantage, or will Manchester United’s craving for victory overcome the Terriers on their own turf?
Spurs recovered from a rocky start to sneak two precious away goals at Juventus in the Champions League Round of 16. Could Juve’s blown lead cost them down the road? Juve have to come to Wembley and attack now, and we are deadly on the counter.
Coming from behind, Newcastle United fought Sunday’s match with great tactical planning and sheer will, earning a 1-0 win over Manchester United. Though still in the thick of the fight, Newcastle has now leap-frogged to 13th place. Howay the Lads!
Good judgment or pure luck? How the latest transfer window inadvertently provided Arsenal with the most fluent attacking threesome they’ve seen in years.
Under highly contentious circumstances, Spurs and Liverpool played the most entertaining Premier League match of the weekend on Sunday. Did Spurs deserve the point they snatched late-on? Or were Liverpool robbed?