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Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 10: Open Thread

spurs qpr klinsmann Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 10: Open Thread

There’s something beautiful about having just one Premier League to concentrate on today. For anyone watching, all of our focus and attention will be on this one game rather than watching others on our laptop or on split-screen. It isn’t too often that this happens especially on a Sunday, so it’ll give us an excellent opportunity to size up Tottenham Hotspur against QPR (Noon ET because of the time change in England).

I’m really looking forward to seeing if Spurs can show us today what they’re made of. This is a perfect opportunity to shine at White Hart Lane and to rip apart a Queens Park Rangers side that has a lot of defensive frailties.

For Queens Park Rangers, meanwhile, this is a superb test for us to see if they’re the real deal or not. Beating Chelsea at Loftus Road was quite an accomplishment, but if Harry Redknapp thinks that Neil Warnock should be the next England manager, I want to see some proof today.

You know the drill. Before, during or after today’s Premier League match, feel free to post your rants, raves, questions and observations in the comments section below. Let’s hope Tottenham and QPR have some goodies in store for us as a pre-Halloween treat.


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