Premier League Games 10/11/12 Feb

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  1. karen7

    karen7

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    Saturday

    Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal
    12.30 BT

    Everton v Crystal Palace

    Stoke City v Brighton

    Swansea City v Burnley

    West Ham United v Watford

    Manchester City v Leicester
    17.30 Sky



    Sunday

    Huddersfield Town v Bournemouth
    12.00 BT

    Newcastle United v Man Utd
    14.15 Sky

    Southampton v Liverpool
    16.30 Sky



    Monday

    Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion
    20.00 Sky







     
  2. karen7

    karen7

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    Saturday 10 February
    12:30
    Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal
    Referee:
    Anthony Taylor
    Assistants: Gary Beswick, Adam Nunn
    Fourth official: Neil Swarbrick

    Everton v Crystal Palace
    Referee:
    Jonathan Moss
    Assistants: Eddie Smart, Andy Halliday
    Fourth official: Paul Tierney

    Stoke City v Brighton & Hove Albion
    Referee:
    Bobby Madley
    Assistants: Marc Perry, Mick McDonough
    Fourth official: Mike Dean

    Swansea City v Burnley
    Referee: Andre Marriner
    Assistants: Constantine Hatzidakis, Sian Massey-Ellis
    Fourth official: Stuart Attwell

    West Ham United v Watford
    Referee:
    Graham Scott
    Assistants: Andy Garratt, Mark Scholes
    Fourth official: Roger East

    17:30 Manchester City v Leicester City
    Referee:
    Mike Jones
    Assistants: Simon Long, Ian Hussin
    Fourth official: Michael Oliver

    Sunday 11 February
    12:00 Huddersfield Town v AFC Bournemouth
    Referee:
    Michael Oliver
    Assistants:
    Simon Bennett, Scott Ledger
    Fourth official:
    Lee Mason

    14:15 Newcastle United v Manchester United
    Referee:
    Craig Pawson
    Assistants:
    Lee Betts, Richard West
    Fourth official:
    Paul Tierney

    16:30 Southampton v Liverpool
    Referee:
    Martin Atkinson
    Assistants: Peter Kirkup, Stuart Burt
    Fourth official: Kevin Friend

    Monday 12 February
    20:00 Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion
    Referee:
    Lee Mason
    Assistants: Harry Lennard, Matthew Wilkes
    Fourth official: Stuart Attwell
     
  3. davymcfc

    davymcfc

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    Some good matches coming up this weekend. North London derby stands out for me but as long as City do the business then I’m happy whatever happens.
     
  4. MarsLlama

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    Predictions-

    Tottenham 2-2 Arsenal
    Everton 1-2 Palace
    Stoke 2-0 Brighton
    Swansea 1-1 Burnley
    West Ham 1-3 Watford
    City 2-1 Leicester
    Huddersfield 0-1 Bournemouth
    Newcastle 1-4 United
    Southampton 2-2 Liverpool
    Chelsea 3-0 West Brom
     
  5. karen7

    karen7

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    Don't like either side so a draw would do me
     
  6. Eebo

    Eebo

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    Oh dear, Mike Jones and Leicester, not a good combination for us generally
     
  7. abu13

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    Getting away with as little as possible
    Location:
    On the edge looking into the abyss
    Perfect weekend would be wins for us, Spurs, Chelsea and the dippers snd the rags dropping points.
    thst said as long as we win im not too arsed.
     
  8. mat

    mat

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    Could be a very good weekend for us as long as we win.
     
  9. Ric

    Ric

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    Looking forward to the early kick off, should be a good game. Not sure who I want to lose more, as I dislike both teams equally these days. Probably leaning more towards a Spurs win, because of Wenger and also to dent Arsenal’s confidence ahead of the cup final.
     
  10. MCFC1993

    MCFC1993

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    Wanting a Spurs win today, keeps pressure on the rest/United and kills Arsenals Champions League hopes.
     

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