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    I don't watch football but my name begins with A so I'll go with Arsenal .
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    Top four undoubtedly stays at it is now, but I'd back Arsenal to still win the league with Spurs and Leicester pretty close behind.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    Top four undoubtedly stays at it is now, but I'd back Arsenal to still win the league with Spurs and Leicester pretty close behind.
    No chance for United after their resounding victory yesterday?
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    (Original post by AliRizzo)
    No chance for United after their resounding victory yesterday?
    Can't see it. They'd need to get ahead of City, because the top three seem dead certs for a CL place.
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    I see Spurs winning! COYS
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    (Original post by AliRizzo)
    No chance for United after their resounding victory yesterday?
    Man Utd still have a tough run to the end of the season

    Watford (H)
    West Brom (A)
    Crystal Palace (H)
    Man City (A)
    Everton (H)
    Tottenham (A)
    Aston Villa (H)
    West Ham (A)
    Leicester (H)
    Norwich (A)
    Bournemouth (H)

    So still to play 3 of the top 4 clubs and a lot of mid-table clubs who have all had good wins over big clubs this season.
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    This may not be the time or place but....

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    #SorryNotSorry #Leicester2Win #Tottenham2Win
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    If Spurs wins the league the Arsenal supporters should each dig a hole and hide ....
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    Hard to look past Leicester when they get huge slices of fortune like that deflection last night!

    Rondon took his goal really well at the other end, though. Shows that Leicester's back four are fallible when you impose a physical, direct style.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    Hard to look past Leicester when they get huge slices of fortune like that deflection last night!

    Rondon took his goal really well at the other end, though. Shows that Leicester's back four are fallible when you impose a physical, direct style.
    Not really - have you not seen Huth all season? Guys cut from the Ivan Drago mould. One goal doesn't change that most of the time if you try to go direct Huth will just snap you in half and waltz away.
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    Who the **** knows after these last two days?
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    Watch Chelsea win the league. If they get top 4, I am giving up with football.
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    (Original post by Zerforax)
    Man Utd still have a tough run to the end of the season

    Watford (H)
    West Brom (A)
    Crystal Palace (H)
    Man City (A)
    Everton (H)
    Tottenham (A)
    Aston Villa (H)
    West Ham (A)
    Leicester (H)
    Norwich (A)
    Bournemouth (H)

    So still to play 3 of the top 4 clubs and a lot of mid-table clubs who have all had good wins over big clubs this season.
    We'll beat Leicester and get at least a point at WHL (confident we'll win tbh). Not sure how it'll go at the Etihad though, but if we avoid defeat there it's a decent platform. It's the games against lower table sides that we struggle with.


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    The North London derby could be defining. Spurs can kill off Arsenal's chances, because surely Wenger can't rebound from four straight defeats.
 
 
 
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