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Walker s Word Match Preview Premier League 22 April 23 2006
Walker s Word Match Preview Premier League 22 April 23 2006 An excess of dominating wins this weekend? Sunderland S forecasts and could add another touch to the battle in general decrease in probability. Love or hate them, Chelsea will be in FA Cup final with Middlesbrough writes David Walker. Saturday, April 22 Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur The race for fourth place to heat up lunch offered in this aspect as the Arsenal to close the gap to four points separating them from their competitors north of London. The statistics point to a victory. The Gunners have won the last six home Premiership matches against Spurs, and seven out of 13 total. Tottenham have not had the joy of Highbury since the Premiership began in 1992-93, when he won 3-1. Forgotten striker John Hendry scored twice in one of their few appearances after Spurs jersey? 5000 Dundee switch. Walker? S word: bridging the gap to Arsenal @ 4 / 5. Bolton Wanderers Charlton Athletic vs Bolton ended a series of five consecutive defeats with a league goal against West Brom on Monday and call this game may be similar yawnfest. Two of the last four meetings between the two sides have produced these goals, while Charlton drew the love appears as a result of 0-0 was evident in five of their last 10 Premiership matches. Walker? S word: Another hole and draw 0-0 @ @ 23/10 and 17 / 2. Everton vs Birmingham City Birmingham City are running game if they want to survive in the Premiership and it is unlikely that favors Saturday. Steve Bruce? S side has not won since winning at Everton climb to the top flight, but asked 1-1 twice in the last three meetings. Their chances of victory are slim and shelter? Park has not won at Goodison since 1957 and has lost 11 times on the road this season. Walker? Word S: @ Home win 11/10. Newcastle United vs West Bromwich Albion Under Glenn Roeder, Newcastle is one of the Premiership teams. They won their last four games in a row and this is a great opportunity to be in five years. The girls won two matches for a moment at St James Park, while the bags have not won there since 1977. Bryan Robson? S side have won once away from home all season and is unlikely to improve that record this weekend. Walker? S Word: Five spin on Newcastle @ 4 / 5. Portsmouth vs Sunderland, at first glance, this seems a guarantee of victory. Portsmouth won six rebound until it crashed on Charlton 2-1 Sunderland Holiday Monday, while that have nothing to play after being relegated. Really? Wrong. Portsmouth 4-1 May hammered Sunderland Stadium of Light in October, but have not beaten at Fratton Park in the championship since 1992. Since then, Sunderland have won three of the five visits, including two wins 4-1. Add to that the fact that Sunderland have nothing to lose, while Portsmouth could succumb to nerves and very tasty victory was proposed and, in general, the possibility of leaving. There could be another twist in the relegation battle yet. Walker? S word: Sunderland to cause a shock @ 8 / 1. FA Cup Chelsea vs Liverpool Chelsea has an impeccable home record against Liverpool, which puts them in pole position for a place in the FA Cup Final. The Blues have won 10 of the 14 first division matches in Stamford Bridge, losing only once, 1-0 in 2004. Chelsea have been beaten only once in 90 minutes at home this season, against Barcelona in the Champions League and won 17 of the 18 Premier League against their own supporters. This is the first time the pair met in the FA Cup in 1997, when Chelsea fought from 2-0 to win 4-2. Walker? S word: Chelsea @ March 6 / 5. Sunday, April 23 Middlesbrough vs West Ham United The houses are priced up to West Ham as a favorite because of its superior position in the Premiership, but it seems to have ignored the fact that the Hammers have not won at Middlesbrough in the Premiership. Steve McClaren? S side have won seven of eight meetings with West Ham? S Middlesbrough last victory came in 1990 when both parties were in the old second division. Walker? S word: Boro? S home record prevail @ 6 / 4.