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Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 14: Open Thread

gary speed1 Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 14: Open Thread

Today is a massive day for several Premier League clubs. Chelsea must win today against Newcastle United to keep the pressure off Andre Villas-Boas leading up to Tuesday’s must-win game against Valencia. Villas-Boas claims there’s no pressure on him to be sacked, but we all know what Roman Abramovich is like. A sell-out crowd of 51,000 at St. James’ Park, meanwhile, will be roaring Newcastle on to victory.

In other games today, Blackburn has a must-win against Swansea in their biggest match of the season against Swansea. As a Swansea fan, I don’t have a good feeling about today. This one means so much more to Rovers than it does to the Swans. Tottenham Hotspur take on Bolton Wanderers in a game where you would expect Spurs to walk through this one to victory, or will they?

Meanwhile, Manchester City take on Norwich at the Etihad Stadium, Wigan battle Arsenal at the DW Stadium, while QPR play West Brom.

The late kick-off today is Aston Villa against Manchester United.

Before, during and after today’s games, post your questions, observations, rants and raves in the comments section below.


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