Manchester United vs Aston Villa, Premier League Gameweek 34: Open Thread

After Manchester City’s shock loss against Tottenham Hotspur yesterday, Manchester United will win the 2012-13 Premier League title today if they beat Aston Villa at Old Trafford.

Or, if Aston Villa wins today, it’ll mean that Reading and Queens Park Rangers will officially be relegated.

No matter what happens today, you have two clubs facing each other — each with their own priorities. A win for Villa will lift them six points away from the relegation zone. Manchester United, meanwhile, are keeping their eye on trying to break the Premier League record for the most number of points achieved in a single season by Chelsea with 95. United, sitting on 81 points, have five matches remaining and an opportunity to finish the season on as high as 96 points if they win all of their remaining matches.

If United wins, they’ll lift the trophy on Sunday, May 12 when they play Swansea City at Old Trafford.

The biggest question about the team news today will be whether Wayne Rooney gets a start for United or not, especially after being substituted against West Ham United for, by his standards, a sub-par performance.

To find out when and where the match will be shown live on US television and Internet, as well as the remaining matches for the season, check out our TV guide.

Before, during or after today’s match, join the conversation with football supporters from around the world in the comments section below.

14 thoughts on “Manchester United vs Aston Villa, Premier League Gameweek 34: Open Thread”

  1. After the events of yesterday and the disgraceful decision by LFC management. let me be the first to say to all pool fans your now 2 tittles behind United. and if your honest their is no tittle in your future so the margin will continue to grow.Oh and the side i follow is the only English side to win back to back European Cup Championships for the younger fans it is called Champions League today.

    P.S.Enjoy finishing behind EVERTON!

    1. Hmm, jtm – the only two time winner of the European Cup to languish in the lower leagues for years. How is that working out for you? Focus on your own problems fella.

      1. very true but no other side can say until another side does it my side will have a very exclusive pelt on the wall no other side has.CHEERS!

    1. Ian tweeted that Macca is away for a bit playing in a tournament in Asia-Craig Burley and Stewart Robson are filling in.

  2. I can’t stand Stewart Robson, though he’s done nothing wrong tonight. He just gets an idea and twists everything to make his point.

  3. Congrats to United… certainly not the most exciting title race, but without a doubt a deserved championship.

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