Saturday & Liverpool came out of the traps fastest at Wembley beating Spuds 1-2. A scoreline that could have been a whole lot worse had it not been for some marvellous goalkeeping from Vorm & thankfully poke in the eye from Vertonghen hasn’t seriously hurt Bobby Chompers. However, the biggest talking point of the game was the fat Alderweireld didn't have a spurs badge on his shirt. Onto the afternoon & the Beebs prediction of a low scoring game at Bournemouth quickly crashed & burned as 6 of them rained down as the Cherries bounced back from last week’s defeat. Chelski came from behind against Colin Wanker’s Bluebirds as an Eden Hazard hat trick brushed the Welsh noobs aside. Uddersfield, like every other team, spent the game against Premier League favourites, Palace kicking lumps off Zaha who enabled me to brighten my calendar with the only goal of the game The Etihad introduced the oldest mascots ever & they only had to wait 2 minutes for Sané, on his first start of the season, to score as 2 more later on gave Citeh yet another win & Arsenal overcame the Toon as Ozil, in his first ever match at St James’, got rid of his invisibility cloak to net the winner. In the late game the Untidy fans got right behind their team again as they inflicted Watford’s first defeat of the campaign. On Sunday Wolves fans dressed their dogs for the match against Burnley which clearly distracted them as it took them about a thousand shots to finally grab a winner & Wet Spam gave Manuel Pellegrini a 65th birthday present, beating Everton comfortably at Goodison Park, prompting this surprisingly accurate boast. Finishing up on Monday, Brighton disguised themselves as Ireland for their trip to Southampton. The home side were up from a 35yard Højbjerg thunderbolt & looked to be taking the points when Ings converted a penalty. But the Seagulls clearly had special oranges at half time & eventually secured a dramatic draw with an injury time penalty from Murray. In the ref’s table, Pawson made a huge leap thanks to a red card, but the man to watch is Martin Atkinson who dished out 7 yellows at Everton.
The EIB couldn’t make it 2 from 2 this week as the BB&S amassed 553 points to take the week. The
Stays put with Mav787 ’s Alisson’s Big Gloves & the
Once again goes to czuczu ’s Cult Heroes for a thumping 81 points
The table looks like this
H2H delivered a similar story with the BB&S nudging the week by 3 points on 19 Dead Men Walking retain the
But with 3 teams level on points, this is a close run thing.
So we hunker down in the shed to watch the return of the CCCHHHAAAMMMPPPIIIOOONNNSSS league & the promise of injuries to our fragile darlings. We are having some difficulty working out how to use the remote control though. All those buttons… So thanks once again for stopping by & please do drop in on GW6 over at myheartland. They don’t bite you know