Poll: Which Premier League Game Will Next Feature a 6-0 Scoreline?

 Poll: Which Premier League Game Will Next Feature a 6 0 Scoreline?

A scoreline of six nil in the Premier League is more common now than a one nil. So far this season, we’ve seen four 6-0 scores and only two 1-0 results. Congratulations to Chelsea (2), Arsenal and Newcastle United for accomplishing this rare task. And commiserations to Wigan, West Bromwich Albion, Blackpool and Aston Villa.

But which match this weekend is the most likely to feature a 6-0 scoreline again? Vote in the poll and share your opinions in the comments section below.


6 thoughts on “Poll: Which Premier League Game Will Next Feature a 6-0 Scoreline?”

  1. The pathetic-ness of West Ham simply demands an 0-6 thumping.
    But then I fear Wigan will fare worse at White Fart Lane.

  2. I’m still waiting for you to ammend your article that talked about how Man Utd and Chelsea stand apart as the men amongst boys in the EPL, and how it was almost a foregone conclusion that they would win all their games and the only divider between them would be how many goals they could score.

    Obviously, the article should now read that Arsenal, Newcastle, Man Utd and Chelsea are all men against boys, and one of those four will obviously win the league on goal difference.

    1. Dave, by the time the season is over, I still feel it’ll be Chelsea and Man United at the top and everyone else underneath them. It’s a long way to go in the season.

      Cheers,
      The Gaffer

  3. I think West Ham, Stoke and Wigan will all lose badly, we could see the 6-0 scoreline in any of those 3 games.

    I’m surprised to see that 50 people voted for Blackburn vs Arsenal, I’m an Arsenal fan and although I do think we’ll come away from Ewood Park with the 3 points this season, I would be quite shocked if we were to win 6-0 there. I’d go for a 2-0 victory.

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