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Saturday 18th March 2017


West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal Premier League 12:30pm

Morrison (late fitness test - ankle injury)
Phillips (doubt - hamstring injury)

Since reaching the safety target of 40 points, the Baggies have lost both matches, with last weekend's meek surrender to Everton leaving them seven points behind the Toffees and almost certainly ending their chances of moving up the table this season. Tony Pulis will be working hard to wake his players up and trying to snap them out of the mental relaxation they seem to be suffering from. Eighth place has been in their hands since the start of 2017, the last thing the Welshman would want is to lose that place. With Man Utd next up for West Brom, after the international break, his task is certainly a challenging one.
Most important player: Claudio Yacob. We all know Pulis likes his teams to be physical and bruising to play against. His sides are usually able to bully Arsenal out of their rhythm and Yacob will be vital if West Brom are to manage that this time around.

Oxlade-Chamberlain (late fitness test - hamstring injury)
Gibbs (late fitness test - knock)
Cazorla (out - plantaris injury)
Sanogo (doubt - calf injury)
Ospina (doubt - groin injury)
Debuchy (doubt = hamstring strain)
Elneny (doubt - ankle injury)

A pair of postponed matches, added to three defeats in the last four Premier League games, has seen the Gunners drop out of the top four into fifth place with Man Utd just a point behind. Arsene Wenger will be hoping that the thrashing of non-league Lincoln City, last weekend, will have lifted some of the doom and gloom that surrounded the club following their ignominous dumping out of the Champions League at the hands of Bayern Munich. Again. With discipline faltering amidst another round of will he stay or will he go from Wenger, will the longest serving manager in the Prem be able to rejuvenate the team for the run-in? Perhaps now would be the right time to announce a final decision, one way or another, to allow everyone to just move on and talk about football for the rest of the season.
Most important player: Arsene Wenger. While Wenger is not actually a player, he is the most important person around the club at the best of times, but particularly right now. His contract situation is in need of resolving.

Defining Battle: the physical battle is the one I expect to decide this match. If the Baggies are able to bully Arsenal then they have every chance of winning. Arsenal need to show some fighting spirit and not allow West Brom to cow them. They need to earn the right to play their football.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 2-1
Ed003 - 1-3


Crystal Palace v Watford Premier League 3pm

van Aanholt (out - ankle injury)
Flamini (doubt - muscle injury)
Remy (doubt - muscle injury)
Wickham (out - ACL knee injury)
Mandanda (doubt - knee surgery)
J Benteke (doubt - knee injury)
Souare (out - broken leg)

For a while it looked like the Sam Allardyce formula for avoiding relegation had run out of steam, as Palace slumped into the bottom three and looked dead and buried after a 4-0 defeat at the hands of his previous club Sunderland. However, since then, despite another defeat the following weekend by Stoke City, Allardyce's Eagles have clawed their way out of the relegation places with two wins in a row. His next job is to fix the terrible home form which has seen Palace pick up just three wins at Selhurst Park, while losing nine of the 13 they have played there so far.
Most important player: Mamadhou Sakho. Palace have kept two clean sheets in their last two matches and the French centre back has been a big part of that. His arrival on loan from Liverpool, following repeated disciplinary issues, has been a huge boon to Allardyce, giving him a defensive platform to build on.

Capoue (late fitness test - illness)
Kabasele (doubt - hip injury)
Zarate (out - ACL knee injury)
Janmaat (doubt - groin strain)
Watson (doubt - groin strain)
Pantilimon (doubt - ankle injury)
Amrabat (doubt - ankle injury)
Pereyra (out - knee injury)

The Hornets are currently in a poor run of form, three games without a win, two of those matches were defeats, which means it was probably a relief not to have had to go to Stamford Bridge on Monday to face league leaders Chelsea. The players have had a break and time to prepare for this match, so they have no excuses if they are not at their best. However, the away form is poor, with a real struggle to score goals wherever they visit, which is something that has shown little signs of improving. Just twelve goals in thirteen away matches has gained Watford twelve points away from home. That record needs to be improved if they are to achieve the heights that the owners expect of the team.
Most important player: Troy Deeney. Deeney is club captain and top scorer, with just nine goals in 27 appearances. While his game is not just about goals, his strength and power allows him to hold up play and he has the quality to provide an excellent link up between midfield and attack, Watford need him to provide more of a cutting edge in front of goal. His high workrate, pace, aerial prowess and power needs to be aimed at getting goals, which might need to be at the expense of some of his excellent defending from the front.

Defining Battle: the flanks will be a major battleground in this game. Watford struggle down the flanks, in recent weeks they have had centre backs at full back and central midfielders and centre forwards on the wings. There is a real lack of quality in wide areas for the Hornets, which is very much the opposite for Palace, whose main strength is in wide areas. Watford will need to see out the threat from those flanks if they are to have any hopes of keeping Palace at bay.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 1-1
Ed003 - 1-2


Everton v Hull City Premier League 3pm

Baines (doubt - back injury)
McCarthy (out - hamstring injury)
Bolasie (out - ACL knee injury)
Besic (doubt - ACL knee injury)
Lennon (doubt - illness)

In recent weeks Everton's good form has seen them close to within two points of Man Utd above them in sixth, however the Mancunians do have two games in hand. Last weekend's win over the team below them, West Brom, has seen Everton open up a seven point gap with just one defeat in their last ten matches. At home they are particularly strong, winning nine of fourteen at Goodison Park and only losing once, as home has become something of a fortress for the Toffees. However they are reliant, maybe overly so, on Romelu Lukaku's goals, which is something of a feature of Ronald Koeman's sides, a reliance on one central striker to score the goals. That reliance saw Southampton struggle at times under him when Graziano Pelle's goals dried up, Everton fans will be hoping that Lukaku does not suffer a similar drought.
Most important player: Morgan Schneiderlin. While the French midfielder does not just sit in front of the back four and provide protection, he is usually paired with someone who does that job, he is very well drilled in Koeman's tactics and very rarely gets dragged out of position. He very rarely ventures too far when Everton have the ball and is always ready to drop in and provide extra cover alongside the defensive midfielder who partners him. It was a system that saw Schneiderlin play well enough to entice Man Utd to pay good money for his services, only to fail to get the best out of him. Now back under Koeman's tutelage and he is showing once more why United bought him.

Mbokani (out - hamstring injury)
Goebel (doubt - calf strain)
Dawson (out - calf strain)
Mason (doubt - fractured skull)
Henriksen (doubt - shoulder separation, illness)
Keane (out - ACL knee injury)
Odubajo (out - patella fracture)
Luer (doubt - knee injury)
Lenihan (doubt - knee surgery)

While Hull are doing enough to keep safety within reach, they are still sat inside the relegation zone, despite a win last time out against another of the relegation battlers, Swansea. Their revival under Marco Silva has never quite happened, despite the signs of a fire about to be lit, it has continued to just threaten to burst into flame while the embers sit there waiting for a spark. Is the win over the Swans that spark? If so, they need to follow it up with a positive result against Everton or risk the fire going out entirely. Three teams above them sit within three points of the Tigers, one win could change everything for them. Games are running out for them to get to safety and they have just one game left against one of the teams within reach to affect them. While their away form has been awful, just one win in fourteen, at least they can guarantee a good pitch to play Silva's brand of football. Rather than the cabbage patch churned up by rugby league the day before that they suffer at home.
Most important player: Tom Huddlestone. While he is never going to be considered a Pirlo-lite, more of a Pirlo-heavy maybe, but Huddlestone is playing a very similar role to that the legendary Andrea Pirlo enjoyed. Thud sits in front of the back four looking to spray passes around and create opportunities. While he offers slightly more protection to the defenders than Pirlo did, Huddlestone actually attempts to help out defensively, his mobility is not much better than Pirlo's was and his reading of the game is not really good enough to make up for it. Hull need him to be on form if they are to achieve a result.

Defining Battle: with Hull missing top scorer Robert Snodgrass, who they sold to West Ham in January, and Oumar Niasse unavailable to face his parent club, Everton's defence should have no real issues dealing with their attacking threat. That leaves the main battle between Lukaku and the Hull defence. Can they deal with the big Belgian? Or will he have one of those days when he plays like a disinterested traffic cone, seeing the ball bounce off him and making little in the way of an attempt to regain it? The likelihood is that, with him looking for a summer move to a Champions League team, Lukaku will be at it and Hull need to be prepared for that.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 3-1
Ed003 - 1-0


Stoke City v Chelsea Premier League 3pm

Diouf (doubt - knee injury)
Johnson (doubt - shoulder injury)
Shaqiri (doubt - calf strain)
Butland (doubt - ankle injury)
Ireland (out - broken leg)
Arnautovic (doubt - illness)

Having played Spurs and Man City in the last three matches, things are certainly not getting easier for the Potters as they now have to face runaway league leaders Chelsea. The most consistent thing about Stoke is their inconsistency, they have had two wins, two draws and two defeats in their last six matches. A lot of that is down to a struggle to score goals, despite the influx of creative talent in recent years. Stoke seem to be suffering from a lack of a clear identity since the days of Tony Pulis. Mark Hughes seems to be constantly trying to move over to a style of play that is more exciting and easy on the eye, but ending up partly reverting back to the bruising, physical style of his predecessor. That is making it difficult for the club to move on and take themselves to the next level.
Most important player: Saido Berahino. If Hughes can get the best from him, then they might have a player who can finally end their goalscoring woes. A lot depends on the young man's attitude and fitness. No professional athlete should have been allowed to get out of shape during a season, but Berahino had done so at West Brom. It is up to Hughes to now get him to knuckle down and perform.

Moses (doubt - calf injury)

Chelsea are coasting away with the Premier League, unbeaten in seven and five wins in those matches, giving them a nearly unassailable ten point lead over Spurs and Man City. Their away record is not as good as their home record, but it is still excellent, with just two defeats and three draws in fourteen games. It feels absurd to even mention that they are weaker away, their record has been so good, home and away, that there really is no real signs of a weakness. The main worry now is complacency, with Chelsea being so far in front.
Most important player: Cesar Azpilicueta. Once again the Spaniard has been immense for Chelsea this season, even in the unfamiliar centre back position. He has played left back, centre back, right back and right wing back in his time in London, always he is excellent, a 7 or 8 out of 10 player each and every week.

Defining Battle: the battle in this match will be between Chelsea's players and complacency. If they play to their bestm, then they have more than enough to win. If complacency creeps in, then they could be in trouble. Without an element of complacency, there is little real hope that Stoke possess the quality to hurt Chelsea.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 0-2
Ed003 - 1-3


Sunderland v Burnley Premier League 3pm

Kirchhoff (out - cartilage knee injury)
Gibson (doubt - knee injury)
Pienaar (doubt - calf strain)
Anichebe (doubt - MCL knee injury)
Watmore (out - ACL knee injury)
McNair (out - ACL knee injury)
Cattermole (out - hip injury)
Denayer (doubt - illness)

Last season's escape from relegation seems a long time ago now as the Mackems sit bottom of the table, clearly preparing for the Championship with redundancies, six points from safety and on a run of three league defeats in a row. David Moyes had managed to turn Everton from relegation battling 'Dogs of War' when he first took charge there, but it seems a similar task is beyond his capabilities with the Black Cats. The Wearsiders are just, seemingly, beyond saving. That is why today's game is vital, as it represents almost their last chance to recover.
Most important player: Jermaine Defoe. Despite losing way on the goals front in recent weeks, the now 34 year old Defoe was given an England recall, bizarrely, by Gareth Southgate. Moyes will be hoping that the boost given to him will see him return to form.

Gudmundsson (doubt - MCL knee injury)
Defour (late fitness test - hamstring injury)
Marney (out - ACL knee injury)
Long (out - knee surgery)

Despite taking an early lead against Liverpool, Burnley were once again unable to win away from home in the Premier League. They have just five more chances to break their away duck, with the game against Sunderland surely their best chance, on paper, to do so. They have managed to score just nine away goals in total, though they have managed to notch a goal in their last seven away matches. It is clear that, despite their defensive tightness at home, away from home their defending is simply not good enough, added to that they lack a genuine goal threat to force their opponents back.
Most important player: Matthew Lowton. Lowton is the one player the Clarets have that seems capable of regularly delivering good quality into the box. With goals so hard to come by, Burnley are very much in need of him providing some chances.

Defining Battle: two struggling attacks, two weak midfields and two dreadful defences, the question is which attack will struggle more, which midfield will be weaker and which defence will be worse. The battle here will be with themselves and lack of confidence. The team with most belief in themselves, that is most up for it, will win this match.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 2-1
Ed003 - 0-2


West Ham United v Leicester City Premier League 3pm

Snodgrass (doubt - ankle injury)
Noble (doubt - knock)
Antonio (doubt - shoulder injury)
Ogbonna (out - knee surgery)
Sakho (out - back injury, hamstring strain)
Tore (out - knee injury)
Arbeloa (doubt - calf injury)
Henry (out - ACL injury)

It seems the wheels have come off the wagon again at the Hammers. Two league defeats in a row, three defeats in the last six matches and just one win, things are no longer looking as promising as they were a couple of months ago. Slaven Bilic is still insisting on playing anyone but a right back in the right back slot, with Sam Byram looking more unwanted than an ex-spouse turning up at a wedding. Things are not going well, the Hammers have slipped into the bottom half now and it is clear that all is not well within the camp. The run in is vital for Bilic, with his job hanging by a thread and player unrest clearly beginning to rear its ugly head.
Most important player: Cheikhou Kouyate. The latest player Bilic has tried to shoehorn into the right back role in place of an actual right back. Kouyate needs to settle into the position quickly.

Mendy (late fitness test - knee injury)
Wague (doubt - dislocated shoulder)

Two league wins in a row and a shock victory over Sevilla to reach the quarter finals of the Champions League looks like the Leicester of last season. The high intensity pressing, harrying and chasing, the lightning paced attacks and quality on the ball is all reminiscent of last season. It just begs the question of where was this all season long? Loss of form is understandable, but lack of intensity is not. The last few weeks just show what a difference it makes when players actually try. The only question is how long will the players keep this up for before they decide the no longer need to bother once again.
Most important player: Riyad Mahrez. Almost back to his best, Mahrez is one of those players who can make a genuine difference in any match. On form he can take apart any side, most of the season though, he has been a shadow of the player so instrumental in the Foxes' Premier League triumph.

Defining Battle: with the Hammers having a makeshift right back, Leicester left winger Marc Albrighton will fancy his chances of creating havoc. How well Kouyate handles him will make a huge difference to the outcome of this game.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 1-1
Ed003 - 0-0


Bournemouth v Swansea City Premier League 5:30pm

Arter (late fitness test - calf injury)
Stanislas (late fitness test - groin strain)
Wilson (out - ACL knee injury)
Federici (out - knee injury)
Mousset (doubt - hamstring strain)
Mings (out - suspended)

Following a poor run of eight matches without a win, the Cherries finally picked up a win last time out against West Ham, which keeps them just about clear of the relegation dogfight. Time for Eddie Howe to build on that win, as a loss to the Swans would put them level on points. Howe must be worried about his defence, which is still leaking a ridiculous number of goals, 23 in 14 home matches alone. Ten times Bournemouth have conceded three or more goals in a match, which hampers their chances of getting wins greatly. They can ill afford to give Swansea a head start.
Most important player: Artur Boruc. Will it be the clown prince Boruc or the cat like reflexes Boruc that turns up? If they lose control of the midfield, they will need Boruc to be on top of his game.

Rangel (out - metatarsal fracture)
Llorente (doubt - dead leg)
Olsson (doubt - ankle injury)
Naughton (doubt - hamstring injury)
Dyer (out - achilles injury)
Ki (doubt - knee injury)

Having pulled the Swans out of the drop zone, Paul Clement will have been hugely disappointed with the defeat to Hull last week, which dragged them back within touching distance of the bottom three. What was turning into a comfortable climb up the table into the midtable has once again become squeaky bum time for the South Wales side. With three wins and three draws in their last six games, they certainly seem to have the capability to earn the points to survive with a bit to spare. However their away record is poor, with ten losses from fourteen matches and conceding more than twice as many as they score. Playing against the leaky Bournemouth defence is a chance to improve their goal difference markedly.
Most important player: Jack Cork. The former Chelsea youngster does more than anchor the midfield effectively, he also sets the tempo for the midfield play. With Bournemouth looking to play the ball around in the midfield, his contribution to breaking up play will be vital.

Defining Battle: while a lot of this game will take place in midfield, both teams liking to pass it around, the key will be how well Jack Cork can handle Josh King. His pace coming from deep has been key for Bournemouth recently and Cork will need to ensure he is near enough to close him down and making it difficult for him to attack the centre backs.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 2-2
Ed003 - 2-1


Sunday 19th March 2017


Middlesbrough v Manchester United Premier League 12pm

Gestede (late fitness test - hamstring injury)
Espinosa (doubt - ankle injury)
Ayala (doubt - hamstring injury)
Friend (doubt - calf strain)
Chambers (doubt - foot injury)
Bernardo (doubt - ankle injury)

The end of the Aitor Karanka era has come earlier than is usual with Steve Gibson, who will usually stand behind his managers. Longstanding issues with the players, who were unhappy with Karanka's tactics, has led to his removal. Was it too late to save Boro from relegation? Almost certainly, but at least they might go down with a fight, rather than a whimper now. One thing is for sure, the tactics employed could not possibly be any more negative and boring to watch under Karanka's replacement.
Most important player: Stewart Downing. Having spent a large portion of the season complaining about not being a central figure in Karanka's team, he now has the chance to prove he deserved more football this season. Downing will need to be at his best to prove he was right to want Karanka replaced.

Pogba (out - hamstring injury)
Blind (doubt - head injury)
Rooney (doubt - knee injury)
Martial (doubt - knock)
Schweinsteiger (doubt - muscular injury)
Wilson (out - ACL knee injury)
Williams (doubt - knee injury)
Rashford (doubt - illness)
Pereira (out - knee injury)
Herrera (out - supended)
Ibrahimovic (out - suspended)

It is almost ironic that the team Boro would face straight after sacking Aitor Karanka is that of his close friend Jose Mourinho. The Red Devils' boss will have an extra reason to want his team to beat the Teeside club. Mourinho's comments to the press about the players has made it clear how he felt about his friend's sacking, probably heightened by his own experience at Chelsea last season. However Mourinho has a lot more important things to worry about with his own team right now. United have been sat in 6th for what feels like forever now, and a Europa League quarter final tie upcoming, he will want to win to put pressure on those above, regardless of what happened with his friend. Seventeen games unbeaten yet his team are still outside the Champions League qualification places. Jose will not want to put all his eggs in the Europa League basket.
Most important player: Henrikh Mkhitaryan. With Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ander Herrera suspended and Paul Pogba injured, Man Utd will need the Armenian to be at his best. His pace and skill could well be the key to unlocking the Boro defence.

Defining Battle: what could well decide this match is the crowd. Will the crowd be with the players who got Karanka sacked or will they get on their backs for engineering the managerial change? A full Riverside with a vocal crowd behind their team is a totally different prospect from a subdued half empty stadium.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 0-2
Ed003 - 1-2


Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton Premier League 2:15pm

Walker (late fitness test - ankle injury)
Kane (out - ankle injury)
Wanyama (late fitness test - neck injury)
Dembele (doubt - ankle injury)
Rose (doubt - MCL injury)
Lamela (doubt - hip injury)

Spurs spent last weekend cruising through to the FA Cup semi finals on the back of two wins in a row in the Premier League, so it is easy to believe all is well at White Hart Lane. However an injury to talismanic top scorer Harry Kane in the FA Cup game against Millwall has made their task of finishing at least second much more difficult. This was the one injury that all Spurs fans have been fearing, as Kane is the only player in the squad they have no real back up for. This will be a huge test of Mauricio Pochettino's management skills, as he has to find a way to get the goals from the rest of his squad, while Kane is out, starting with this home game to his former club Soton. With an unbeaten home record to protect and a former team that still harbour a grudge over him leaving them, this is going to be a match where Pochettino truly earns his corn.
Most important player: Christian Eriksen. In the absence of Kane, someone needs to step up and score more goals. Dele Alli is certainly doing enough, Heung-Min Son is just about doing so as well, but Eriksen needs to add more goals to his game, as well as assisting others. The Dane has the ability to hit shots, without Kane to feed he will need to take that option more often.

van Dijk (out - ankle injury)
Austin (doubt - shoulder injury)
McCarthy (doubt - hamstring injury)
Targett (out - hamstring injury)
Pied (doubt - ACL knee injury)

This match has a bit of extra spice for Saints' fans in recent years, due to Pochettino leaving them for Spurs. They would dearly love their side to put one over on him, especially after having to sit through a 4-1 beating at St Mary's earlier in the season. With their side finally approaching something resembling consistent good form after two league wins in a row, and their opposition missing their star striker, this could be the moment they get some sweet revenge. With a couple of games in hand over the teams above them, Saints still have faint hopes of rising up as far as seventh. To do so they need to keep the winning streak going.
Most important player: Fraser Forster. The big keeper has been taking some flak in recent weeks, following a number of poor goals conceded. It is time he stepped up and showed that he is deserving of his shirt and made a real grab for the England shirt.

Defining Battle: with former Saints player Vincent Wanyama in the centre of Spurs' midfield these days, the battle between him and the Saints midfield will be vital in this game. He needs to be on top of his game to cut out the supply to Manolo Gabbiadini, whose four goals in three games are exactly what Spurs are missing while Kane is out. Will Wanyama be able to use his physicality to overpower the Saints midfield?

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 2-1
Ed003 - 2-2


Manchester City v Liverpool Premier League 4:30pm

Jesus (out - metatarsal fracture)
Gundogan (out - ACL knee injury)
Kompany (doubt - leg injury)

The Citizens are on a six match unbeaten run in the league, through to the FA Cup semi finals and are playing the brand of football that pundits love, yet it seems that the fans are not fully behind the team right now. The long standing dispute between Citeh fans and UEFA has become almost as much of a talking point as the way the team crashed out of the Champions League at the hands of Monaco, with players admitting they failed to follow Pep Guardiola's instructions. In the league the Etihad Stadium has been nicknamed the Emptihad by opposition fans due to the large number of empty seats each week. Huge sums of money have been lavished on the team and infrastructure but it is not enough to bring in the crowds. It is an odd situation that is beginning to hamper the players, as was seen in the midweek draw with Stoke.
Most important player: Sergio Aguero. It is very difficult to pick a player as Guardiola's teamsheets often throw up major surprises. It is little wonder the team is struggling to build momentum when it is chopped and changed so often. One constant, now that Gabriel Jesus is out injured anyway, is Kun Aguero. A deadly poacher who can usually be relied upon to provide goals and he will be looking forward to facing a Liverpool defence that has shown itself to struggle against pacey forwards.

Origi (late fitness test - illness)
Firmino (late fitness test - thigh injury)
Sturridge (doubt - hip injury)
Henderson (doubt - bruised foot)
Ejaria (doubt - ankle injury)
Ings (out - ACL knee injury)

Liverpool, as ever, are consistently inconsistent, struggling against bottom half teams but looking top class against the top half sides. However, in the last game they mixed it up even further by playing poorly against a bottom half side, Burnley, and picking up three points. It is tempting to think Liverpool are back on form and Jurgen Klopp has made a step forward against the bottom half teams, as they now have three wins in four. However two of those wins, as usual, have come against top six sides. It is a worrying thing for Klopp that the run in features sides outside of the top six, after this game has gone. Most sides you would consider that an advantage, but, for Liverpool, it is a handicap.
Most important player: Joel Matip. For a time it looked like the combination of Matip and new keeper Loris Karius had solved the defensive woes Liverpool suffer. A run of wins and number of clean sheets when both got into the side augured well. Matip was looking imperious and Karius was barely tested as Liverpool looked like genuine title contenders. Since then a couple of fumbles by Karius saw him hounded by the media and, sadly, fans, until Klopp dropped him and a couple of injuries for Matip have seen him in and out of the side. Since those injuries, Matip (and Liverpool for that matter) has looked a pale shadow of the player that was initially strolling through games. They need him at his best if they are to keep Aguero out.

Defining Battle: both sides have enough battles with themselves to win before they can even attempt to win the match. Will this City side follow Pep's instructions or will they decide they know better and throw away a lead? That is the key. City on form are glorious, if open at the back, to put it kindly. The moment any of the players is slightly off form, the whole team look shaky, and the knowledge that they could concede at any moment seems to be in the forefront of every players' mind. This is when we find out whether this Citeh squad is full of winners, who stand up and fight when hurt, or whether they are bottlers, who fold when they have suffered a setback.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 4-2
Ed003 - 2-3

Written by Tris Burke March 18 2017 04:36:59