QPR 1 MAN UNITED 0
AS co-owner, I am never ever going to predict that my team would ever do anything but win. It is extremely biased but consider these four facts:
·QPR have not had the same result twice in a row all season and they lost to Liverpool last week;
·Man United need to lose to keep things at the top of the league interesting, especially if my third prediction below comes through;
·We almost beat Man City, who thrashed Man United 6-1 at Old Trafford; and
·As a former Liverpool fan, there is nothing more I would love to see than my new team beat Everton and Man United in their first season back in the EPL.
SPURS 1 SUNDERLAND 1
UNDER normal circumstances, I would not have predicted anything but a comprehensive Tottenham victory. However, these are not normal circumstances. Spurs have just gotten their amazing streak broken by Stoke last weekend.
MAN CITY 2 ARSENAL 3
MAN City will be without leftback Gael Clichy and possibly also rightback Micah Richards this weekend when they host Arsenal at the Etihad. Besides, this game will also prove to be one of the major character tests for their title credentials. Can they bounce back? No, I think they will need more games to rebuild confidence. Arsenal are back in business, thanks to last week’s 1-0 win over Everton.
Although it was fantastic going
to the Directors’ Box at Anfield
last weekend, I would have sat in
the stands if it meant QPR would
come back with a point.