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Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 11: Open Thread

 Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 11: Open Thread

In today’s Premier League action, there’s plenty of promise in store for good soccer matches. Tottenham’s visit to Bolton’s Reebok Stadium should be a good one to watch with all eyes on Gareth Bale to see if he’ll be tired from his mid-week marathon when he ran laps past Maicon.

In other games today, Fulham against Aston Villa should be one of the matches of the day. For Americans, you have the battle between Clint Dempsey and Villa goalkeeper Brad Friedel. But it’s also a battle of wits between Mark Hughes and Gerard Houllier.

It’ll be interesting to see if Wolves can come close to beating Manchester United at Old Trafford like they did a fortnight ago when Mick McCarthy’s side were beaten 3-2 by a late Javier Hernandez goal.

In the other games, there are plenty of interesting matchups in store such as Blackpool versus Everton, Sunderland against Stoke and, last but not least, Blackburn versus Wigan.

Read the complete US TV schedule of where to find Premier League matches.

In the meantime, either before, during or after the matches today, post your rants, questions and observations about the games in the comments section below.


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