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Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 35: Open Thread

Drogba Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 35: Open Thread

There’s no early kick-off today so we’ll have several 10am ET / 3pm GMT games coming at us in the Premier League which, after the abysmal Real Madrid versus Barcelona game mid-week, will be a welcome relief.

With only three games left in the Premier League for most clubs, every game matters at this point. At 10am ET, we have three crucial matches involving relegation-threatened teams: Blackburn against Bolton (live on FoxSoccer.tv), Wigan versus Everton (also live on FoxSoccer.tv and Fox Soccer Plus) and Blackpool versus Stoke (FoxSoccer.tv). Also featured at 10am ET are Sunderland against Fulham (ESPN2) and the derby between West Brom versus Aston Villa (Fox Soccer Channel).

Then, the biggest of the match of the day is Chelsea against Spurs at 12:30pm ET on Fox Soccer Channel. The last time Tottenham won at Stamford Bridge was 21 years ago. Will that run continue today?


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