I may have been wrong last time about Newcastle but I really do not think they have enough to stop the best team currently in Manchester. QPR tried really hard to do that two weeks ago and should have deserved a draw (sorry, I really could not resist slipping that in). Mancini would have definitely learned from that game that the ball is round and there are no teams you can take lightly. I really do not see the Magpies flying away with anything from this game.
Swansea 0 Man United 1
Swansea have really surprised everyone this season not just with their results but also the way they play the game. They are a really exciting team to watch when they go forward. Man Utd, on the other hand, still look affected by the 6-1 mauling they got from their Noisy Neighbours. They have fought out two tight 1-0 victories over Everton and Sunderland since, and look likely to do the same this weekend.
Chelsea 3 Liverpool 3
This game is definitely the hardest to predict. Chelsea have not been playing well since losing to QPR 1-0. Losing at home to Arsenal in that fashion, followed by a narrow victory over bottom of the table Blackburn, do not bode well for them. Liverpool have also not been at their best lately. They do not seem to have clicked under King Kenny yet. His tactics have also been dodgy, especially against Stoke, Spurs and more recently Norwich.
> Ruben Gnanalingam is a
recently-converted QPR fan with a
super soft spot for Liverpool. Very
much hoping both QPR (survival)
and KL Dragons (playoffs) do well