Originally Posted by tylrwnzl
I'd agree with you, but I'm spending a week staying at the house of some Gunners fans in London in June so for my own safety I better not agree with you. That said I think Newcastle is a bigger threat to the Spurs than Chelsea is. Chelsea is going to be sitting players in their league match to keep some of their older players fresh for the Championship Match on Saturday. Newcastle has won their last five, but their goal differential is pitiful right now so they're going to have to win out against Man City, Chelsea, and an Everton team who just managed to draw with Man U.
The four spot is going to be hotly contested.
At least you'll be in North London mate .
Struth about #4 but:
1) The Toons have inferior GD (as you pointed out) and are in tough against Manshite and the Toffees.
2) Chelski have a congested fixture list but lots of depth and they are on a hot streak - here's hoping the age of their squad starts to come into play now. After what they did to QPR can';t say I hold much hope for Blackburn but they are fighting the drop so could rise to the occasion.
3) The Arse have been flying, I'm hoping they hit the wall and soon.
4) Bolton are fighting the drop and been on a good run of late.
Now that Roy Boy's been confirmed as the new ENG manager, Modric may turn it on again, he's gone missing for the last few months. We have a decent fixture list but have been one of the worst teams on form since we thrashed Newcastle 5-0. Best result for us would be a draw in the Newcastle-Chelsea fixture and of course we win. On paper, we should win all three games.