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Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 14: Open Thread

 Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 14: Open Thread

Sunday features two matches which are interesting for different reasons. We see the return of Robert Pires to English football courtesy of Aston Villa in their match against Blackburn Rovers. The second match of the day, meanwhile, features Manchester City against Fulham, where Mark Hughes has a chance to do one over against his old club.

Both Fulham and Blackburn are at home, which is key advantages for them. Let’s see what happens today in the Premier League.

Feel free to use the comments below to post your observations, rants or questions. Let’s hope it’s another great day in the Premier League.

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3 Responses to Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 14: Open Thread

  1. DGS says:

    City are playing dominant football right now.

  2. jose says:

    i just heard a funny stat. man city haven’t scored on a header this season, the last time they scored on a header it was shaun wright-phillips of all people. this was last year. lmao

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