Premier League: Gameweek Two (Your Running Commentary)

premier league logo1 Premier League: Gameweek Two (Your Running Commentary)Gameweek two of the Premier League features several intriguing match-ups.

Liverpool faces their bogey team Middlesbrough. Tottenham is looking for their first points of the season at home against Sunderland, which is quickly being transformed into a contender. Everton faces more doom and gloom if they lose at the Hawthorns against West Brom, and Arsenal make the journey to the historic Craven Cottage, home of Fulham FC.

Here are today’s games:

  • Blackburn Rovers v Hull City, 10am ET/3pm UK
  • Liverpool v Middlesbrough, 10am ET/3pm UK
  • Newcastle United v Bolton Wanderers, 10am ET/3pm UK
  • Stoke City v Aston Villa, 10am ET/3pm UK
  • Tottenham v Sunderland, 10am ET/3pm UK
  • West Bromwich Albion v Everton, 10am ET/3pm UK
  • Fulham v Arsenal, 12:30pm ET/5:30pm UK

If you’ll be watching – or have watched – today’s matches, please share your thoughts, insight, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below. No chat today. It may return next week.


6 thoughts on “Premier League: Gameweek Two (Your Running Commentary)”

  1. Boro playing a good match so far…really pressing Liverpool at times but if Liverpool get their wing play going they could be hitting them on the counter.

    0 – 0 at the half.

  2. Cruel ending for Boro. After a great strike by Mido and a well-played 2nd half, two late Liverpool goals see all 3 points to the Reds. Boro was very positive and didn’t just shut up shop. If they continue to play this way (with some slight improvement at the back) they’ll be a Top 10 side this year.

    2-1 Liverpool.

  3. Some big upsets Sunderland beating Tottenham and Stoke over Villa. Even the Hull – Blackburn draw could be viewed as an upset.

    Great start to the season!

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