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Football News: Premier League Final Day Fixtures Preview

Premier League Final Day Fixtures Preview
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Sunday 21st May 2017

All games are in the Premier League and kick off at 3pm.


Arsenal v Everton

Koscielny (late fitness test - achilles injury)
Oxlade-Chamberlain (out - hamstring injury)
Cazorla (out - plantaris injury)
Ramsey (doubt - thigh injury)
Reine-Adelaide (out - ankle injury)

The Gunners enter the final day in good form, with five wins in their last six matches, which gives them hope of making the top four. In theory, they could possibly end the day as high as 3rd in the table in Man City were to lose. While City currently have a +5 goal difference to Arsenal, that would only need a decent win and two goal defeat to reduce that to nothing. Gooners enter the final day in fifth but that fourth place trophy of theirs is still attainable and they have the FA Cup final to look forward to. Would that be enough to settle the protests and apathy surrounding the club or not? It is difficult to know but, considering the summer spending, it is difficult to see this season, even with an FA Cup win and third place, as anything other than a failure. This was a team that finished second last season, 'strengthened' significantly and then ended up finishing lower in the table with even less pretensions of winning the title than before. This is not a new manager struggling to get his ideas across, this is a long term manager who has not managed to move the club forward, on the pitch, in so many years I have lost count. Stagnation was one thing, especially while the club was stifled by the new stadium and unable to spend competitively, but now Arsenal are falling behind. No matter what happens today and in the FA Cup final, this has not been a good season by any non-blinkered measure.
Most important player: Granit Xhaka. The Swiss international midfielder has shown nothing to explain why Arsene Wenger spent nearly £40m on him. It is time for him to step up and repay some of that huge fee. His role in this system is vital as the playmaker from deep.

Stekelenburg (out - groin strain)
Lennon (out - medical condition)
Mori (out - knee injury)
Coleman (out - broken leg)
McCarthy (out - hamstring injury)
Bolasie (out - ACL injury)

There is absolutely nothing riding on this from the Toffees point of view, other than a win for them guaranteeing neighbours, and bitter rivals, Liverpool Champions League football next season. There is no chance of Everton moving up a place or losing a place, so they are in a lose-lose situation. They win and they gift Liverpool something, they lose and everyone is going to assume they were not really trying in order to spite the Reds. This game has turned into a bit of a mess, though, with Wenger's complaints about teams not trying at the end of the season and how it is damaging the Prem's integrity, it would not be a surprise if the blue half of Merseyside rose to the occasion and played to their best just to prove a point. It would be even less of a surprise if they pulled out the deckchairs and strolled through the game with minds on their summer holidays. Especially with their away record being poor, with just four wins so far this season, and barely a goal a game scored away from home.
Most important player: Romelu Lukaku. The one person at Everton with something genuinely riding on this game, the striker still has a chance of the golden boot. He will need to actually break sweat to get it, after Harry Kane moved ahead of him on Thursday night with his goals against Leicester.

Defining Battle: there are so many battles that could define this game. Apathy versus the Arsenal fans, if any have even bothered to turn up. Arsene versus those Arsenal fans, though most of his opponents will have succumbed to apathy. The Everton players versus lack of motivation. The Everton players versus their fans' desire to see Liverpool fail. Lukaku's desire to win the golden boot versus his natural disinclination to make any kind of effort. Any of them could define this game.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 3-1
Ed004 - 1-1
Ed007 - 1-1
Ed018 - 1-1
Ed025 - 3-0
Ed033 - 1-0


Burnley v West Ham United

Keane (late fitness test - calf injury)
Mee (late fitness test - shin injury)
Marney (out - ACL injury)
Barton (out - suspended)

Unlike most of the midtable pack in the Premier League, Burnley have a genuine desire to win, especially at home. While most of the clubs would gain little noticeable benefit from the £1m+ per place prize money, the Clarets would get a huge boost from the money they get. While they are no longer in the precarious position that they were in when Sean Dyche took over, having to sell players to survive, they are still in real need of the income to invest on facilities as well as players. Other teams may be on their holidays, but Burnley have it all to play for, with every place vital to their hopes for next season. They do have an excellent home record to defend as well.
Most important player: Andre Gray. His pace and power against the sluggish Hammers defence could be an excellent weapon for Burnley to use to break it down.

Reid (out - knee injury)
Noble (out - hernia)
Kouyate (out - wrist injury)
Masuaku (late fitness test - foot injury)
Sakho (out - back injury)
Carroll (doubt - groin strain)
Antonio (out - hamstring injury)
Obiang (out - high ankle sprain)
Tore (out - knee injury)
Henry (out - ACL injury)

With Slaven Bilic's job on the line, the Hammers boss has certainly got a desire to win this match, the problem is that his players seem to have little desire to win at the best of times. Oddly they do have a better goalscoring record away from home than they do at home, almost the same amount of goals conceded but a much worse record in terms of points. Regardless of the result today, this has been an extremely difficult season for Bilic, especially as it came on the back of such an excellent season last time around. With interference from above, battles with them over transfers and then struggles with Dmitri Payet until he left in January, Bilic has had his hands full and still managed a midtable finish. All in all, probably about as much as can be hoped for with the way the club is run by an ownership that thinks their experience in porn makes them qualified directors of football.
Most important player: James Collins. The big defender has not been at his best this season and needs to show that it is not his age catching up with him.

Defining Battle: the physical battle between the Burnley forwards and the West Ham defence will be key to this match. Will the Hammers fold like they did against Liverpool? Burnley's forwards will put them under a real physical pressure and Gray's pace could cause real issues.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 1-1
Ed004 - 2-2
Ed007 - 1-1
Ed018 - 0-0
Ed025 - 0-0
Ed033 - 2-1


Chelsea v Sunderland

Loftus-Cheek (late fitness test - back strain)

After strolling to the title, now Chelsea are strolling through the end of season games while awaiting the FA Cup final. Their main focus now is on avoiding injuries to key players so they are fit to face Arsenal. Despite that, Antonio Conte will still want to end the league season with a win, no matter what he hates to lose. It would be especially galling to lose to the worst team in the league! The last thing anyone wants is to end the season on a low note.
Most important player: Kenedy. It is another chance for the Brazilian to show he can be a genuine option to Marcos Alonso in the left wing back position. The season has shown that any lengthy absence to the Spaniard would otherwise cause Chelsea major problems.

Kone (late fitness test - dead leg)
N'Dong (late fitness test - dead leg)
Djilobodji (late fitness test - knock)
Anichebe (doubt - hamstring injury)
Denayer (doubt - thigh injury)
Khazri (late fitness test - knock)
Honeyman (doubt - back injury)
Pienaar (doubt - ankle injury)
Kirchhoff (out - ACL injury)
Watmore (out - ACL injury)
McNair (out - ACL injury)

The Mackems fully deserve to be propping up the table as they have been, by some margin, the worst team in the league. At not one point in this season has there ever even been the slightest suggestion they would survive. From first game to last they looked like a bunch of individuals who really just did not care, apart from a few notable exceptions of players. Worse was the fact that their manager seemed to be trying to avoid heavy defeats each week, rather than looking to win games. Sunderland have got exactly what they deserved from the season, nothing, and they are not going to be missed next season. Sad to say, but it is true. They offered nothing to the Premier League all season. No entertainment. No class. No skill. No desire. Nothing but a bunch of highly paid mercenaries letting down the fans badly.
Most important player: Lee Cattermole. He may not be the best of players, but at least he makes an effort and, more importantly, he makes sure the rest of the team do not shirk from their responsibilities. He was badly missed this season.

Defining Battle: the central midfield area should be an interesting battle, as Sunderland have lots of energy in there, up against a mixed midfield with the likelihood of key players being rested. If the Chelsea youngsters can show they have the actual quality rather than being just potential quality, then it will be the same old story.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 4-0
Ed004 - 3-0
Ed007 - 2-0
Ed018 - 2-0
Ed025 - 3-0
Ed033 - 2-0


Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur

Goebel (doubt - groin strain)
Maguire (out - knee injury)
Hernandez (out - ankle injury)
Markovic (out - ankle injury)
Meyler (out - MCL injury)
Mason (out - fractured skull)
Keane (out - ACL injury)
Odubajo (out - patella fracture)

After the disappointment of the team folding under pressure in the last couple of games, resulting in relegation, the Tigers' players really need to give their fans a good exit from the Prem to breed hope of a quick return. A good performance, no matter the result, sending the fans home happy, will leave the club with a sense of optimism for the future. Even if that future is unlikely to include Marco Silva as a manager.
Most important player: Andrew Robertson. The former Dundee United defender has put himself firmly in the shop window this season. With Hull being relegated, he now has the chance to attract attention to get a big move.

Lloris (late fitness test - knee injury)
Trippier (doubt - concussion)
Walker (late fitness test - ankle injury)
Winks (out - ankle injury)
Rose (out - MCL injury)
Lamela (out - hip injury)
Carter-Vickers (out - knee injury)

Spurs may have fallen short of winning the title, but they are still putting in performances as the season comes to a close. Well, other than the blip against the Hammers when it really mattered. That is the problem though, when the pressure is on, they came up short and now there is the issue of keeping the team together for next season. Having a lower rate of pay than their competitors enables Tottenham to fill the team with young, hungry players looking to progress, but it also leaves them open to losing those players to teams that pay higher salaries. So we may be witnessing the end of more than just a stadium, it may also be the end of this particular Spurs side.
Most important player: Harry Kane. One player they do not have to worry about losing this summer is Kane. While he would have no shortage of offers if he did decide to leave, he is happy at the club he supports. Today is a chance for him to get the golden boot.

Defining Battle: with the golden boot the only trophy on offer, the worry is the Spurs players get caught up with trying to get the ball to Kane and making it easier to deal with their threat. Mauricio Pochettino has to ensure his players avoid falling into that trap and end up throwing away too many chances.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 0-2
Ed004 - 1-4
Ed007 - 1-4
Ed018 - 1-2
Ed025 - 1-3
Ed033 - 1-2


Leicester City v Bournemouth

King (doubt - hamstring injury)
Huth (doubt - foot injury)
Drinkwater (doubt - thigh strain)
Morgan (doubt - hamstring injury)
Mendy (out - ankle injury)
Wague (out - dislocated shoulder)

While it has not been the disaster it could have been, this season is still an extreme disappointment after last season. To go from champions to midtable mediocrity so fast is a big fall, especially considering the investment made by the owners in the summer. The Foxes have a team of ageing players on big contracts and have lost the man who would have been tasked with replacing them to Everton. Without Steve Walsh, have Leicester got it in them to move forward and return to the European places? Or will this be another summer of fighting to hold onto players and struggling to recruit upgrades? A good win over Bournemouth would help the club a lot in its quest to hold onto players and bring in quality. However the uncertainty over the manager needs to be sorted quickly to allow them to move on.
Most important player: Riyad Mahrez. The Algerian is the one that seems most likely to leave, if anyone still wants him after this season. A good performance in this game would certainly revive some of the interest that has lapsed recently.

Arter (late fitness test - dead leg)
Afobe (late fitness test - hamstring injury)
Wilshere (out - broken leg)
Surman (doubt - knee injury)
Wilson (out - ACL injury)
Federici (out - cartilage knee injury)

The recent upturn in form has seen the Cherries take a top half position and gives them every chance of staying there, though there away form has not been good all season. Unbeaten with three wins in the last four, they are high on confidence with all players needing a strong end to the season to ensure the summer recruitment is not aimed at replacing them in the squad. The worrying thing for Eddie Howe, in particular, is that the recruitment was not the best last summer, with very few of the players brought in providing anything to the team. Results have improved without them in the side. Though that has not stopped Howe from declaring an interest in signing Jack Wilshere permanently, even though his loan spell was not the most successful. Is recruitment an area of the club that Bournemouth need to look to take out of the manager's hands if they are to have sustained success?
Most important player: Joshua King. The lightning fast Norwegian is the Cherries' only genuine goal threat on a regular basis, with Callum Wilson out injured.

Defining Battle: two similar styles of play clash here, both use a variant of 4-4-2, Bournemouth having adapted their style over the course of the season to play from deeper and break quicker, just like Leicester. This could be a case of two teams cancelling each other out or an end-to-end humdinger. Hopefully the latter!

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 0-0
Ed004 - 2-0
Ed007 - 1-0
Ed018 - 2-1
Ed025 - 1-1
Ed033 - 1-0


Liverpool v Middlesbrough

Firmino (late fitness test - muscle injury)
Mane (out - cartilage knee injury)
Henderson (out - foot injury)
Ings (out - ACL injury)

It is all or nothing now for Liverpool, one game to make or break a season with Champions League qualification riding on this match against Boro. While it is a disappointment to most for the Reds to be in this position at the end of the season, when for a large part of the early running they looked like genuine title contenders, it must be remembered that very few people thought they could look beyond a top 4 finish. If even that. However, even less people will remember that after this season. It will be all about whether qualification is achieved or not. It is all in their own hands, so there is no excuses if they fail to reach their goal of top 4.
Most important player: Phillipe Coutinho. Two goals last weekend from the little Brazilian put Liverpool in the driving seat, just one more performance of that quality will see the Reds over the line.

Ayala (late fitness test - ankle injury)
Ramirez (late fitness test - thigh strain)
Valdes (late fitness test - rib injury)

One win in twenty Prem games, and that against the only team worse than them in the Premier League Sunderland, has made the end of season a depressing time to be a Boro fan. Worse than just poor results has been the complete lack of any kind of entertainment, as Boro have managed to score just 27 goals all season long. 27 goals in 37 games! You need to be a masochist these days to follow Boro around the country, as they have been particularly bad away, losing 10 and winning just one so far, with only ten goals for the fans to cheer. This is their final chance to give their fans something to remember and enjoy about their time back in the Premier League.
Most important player: Stewart Downing. It almost feels like he owes the fans a performance after such insipid displays since returning to his hometown team. This is a good chance for him to show he is not as bad as his spell on Merseyside made him appear.

Defining Battle: the central midfield area will be full of hustle, bustle and players looking to pressure their opponents into mistakes. With all the pressure being on Liverpool, this could be where Boro can break up the play and stifle the attacks. Liverpool need to get their players between the central midfield and the Boro defence to cause issues and draw out defenders.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 4-2
Ed004 - 1-0 (late winner to seal top 4)
Ed007 - 1-1
Ed018 - 3-1
Ed025 - 4-0
Ed033 - 1-0


Manchester United v Crystal Palace

Fellaini (slight doubt - hamstring injury)
Bailly (late fitness test - knock)
Smalling (doubt - toe injury)
Young (out - hamstring injury)
Shaw (out - foot injury)
Fosu-Mensah (doubt - dislocated shoulder)
Ibrahimovic (out - ACL injury)
Rojo (out - ACL injury)
Wilson (out - ACL injury)
Mata (doubt - ?)
Williams (out - knee injury)

Another chance for Jose Mourinho to moan about how there are too many games and how no one is helping his team to win the Europa League and the whole world is against him and Man Utd. It is another game he says he does not care about and another game he does not want. Which is lucky, as performances have been poor, with little real attempt to even try and win them. Though at least the youth players are getting a chance to get some experience under their belts. It would be nice if Jose just showed a little more grace about things, more games should be seen as a reward, not a hindrance. Especially with a squad as deep as United's. The Red Devils have wagered everything on the Europa League final, it really can be no surprise that the Premier League would not want to bend to give that competition more value than thier own.
Most important player: Sergio Romero. At least I think it will be Romero, it is hard to tell as he could be sat on the sidelines to protect him ahead of the Europa final. In fact it is almost impossible to pick a player with any certainty for this game.

Townsend (doubt - achilles injury)
Cabaye (doubt - foot injury)
Tomkins (doubt - ankle injury)
Sakho (out - ACL injury)
Dann (late fitness test - knee injury)
Wickham (out - ACL injury)
Souare (out - broken leg)

So Sam Allardyce does it again, survives yet another relegation battle intact, though this one has to be the closest shave he has had yet. When it mattered, his team came up trumps and made it look simple, though he will be wondering why it took them until their next to last game to achieve safety. Now they can relax and enjoy their final day, maybe even climb the table to finish in a safe midtable position. It just shows how far ahead of the rest the top 7 are, that a team battling relegation up until now sits in a position to challenge for a place eleventh place one game later. What next for Palace? Do the Eagles stick with Allardyce and look to build? Or do they thank him for the rescue and look to start again? Money is there, it was management that was lacking in the early part of the season, but is Allardyce the man to take them to where they want to be?
Most important player: Martin Kelly. One of a number of Palace players coming towards their final season under contract, the former England defender needs to impress if he is to stay in the long term. After struggling to get into the team at right back, his return to his youth level position of centre back has seen some mixed performances. If he wants a new contract he needs to perform to a higher level.

Defining Battle: how Man Utd's defence deal with Palace's attack will decide this game. They are given a lot of freedom to roam and stay forward, unusually for Allardyce, which makes them very difficult to deal with, if they are on their game. With United likely to be fielding a makeshift side, they should get a real test against this front four.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 2-1
Ed004 - 1-2
Ed007 - 2-0
Ed018 - 0-1
Ed025 - 1-1
Ed033 - 1-1


Southampton v Stoke City

Soares (late fitness test - muscle injury)
Long (out - metatarsal fracture)
Bertrand (late fitness test - muscle injury)
van Dijk (out - foot injury)
McCarthy (doubt - hamstring injury)

The only way is down for Saints, who cannot end the day any higher than eighth, being 15 points behind Everton in seventh. That shows how big the gap is between the top and the bottom half. However, Claude Puel's worry is that his team could slip down the table and end up losing a top half finish. With his job still not 100% safe, he will want to see his team lift themselves for this game and ensure they finish the season here. One thing is for sure, this is unlikely to be the match for goals, as Soton have scored just 17 in their eighteen home matches so far and conceded only 20. Won six, drawn six, lost six is their current home record, not good enough for a team that wants to be chasing down the European places.
Most important player: James Ward-Prowse. The youngster has grown a lot this season under Puel's tutelage. Always known as a dead-ball specialist for the team, he is now becoming recognised as one nationally, due to his excellent delivery. One of the players that Southampton really need to hold onto if they are to progress.

Arnautovic (late fitness test - elbow injury)
Afellay (out - knee injury)
Ireland (out - broken leg)

This season has been a huge setback to Mark Hughes, with Stoke set to finish in the bottom half after only winning one game in their last ten. For all his attempts to make the Potters a more attacking (and entertaining) side, just 40 goals in 37 matches tells you a lot about his lack of success. For all the money spent, it is difficult to see a single area of the club that has improved under Hughes. On the pitch at least. They have not even achieved the, seemingly, easy feat of increasing the entertainment value over the Tony Pulis era. The away results are of particular concern, with just three wins so far on the road and less than a goal scored a game. At times the performances have been so dire they would have made a Pulis team look like Barcelona! Recruitment has also been a concern, after all these years the core of the team is still very much the team Hughes inherited, despite spending a comparatively large amount of money trying to replace Ryan Shawcross, Glenn Whelan and Jonathon Walters, the trio are still there, ageing badly but still first choice. Big money signings like Gianni Imbula have flopped, leaving a team that is fading as fast as it slides down the table.
Most important player: Joe Allen. One of the few Hughes' signings that have been considered a success this season, though even that is arguable. It is difficult to see what he offers the team, other than lots of running around like a headless chicken, when he is not scoring goals.

Defining Battle: hopefully the battle will be between those operating the scoreboard and the players to try and score goals quicker than they can register them as their defences both have an off day and their attacks are on form. However the season so far suggests that the real battle will be away from the goals themselves, as neither team have shown any inclination to play attacking football. Both can play pretty patterns in midfield, but neither have the penetration to get at the deep lying defences both favour. It is likely this game will get bogged down in midfield.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 2-2
Ed004 - 2-1
Ed007 - 2-1
Ed018 - 2-2
Ed025 - 2-1
Ed033 - 2-1


Swansea City v West Bromwich Albion

Baston (late fitness test - knee injury)
Montero (doubt - hamstring injury)
Routledge (doubt - hernia injury)
Rangel (doubt - metatarsal fracture)
Dyer (out - achilles injury)

With a run of three wins and a draw in the last four matches, Paul Clement has saved the Swans when it counted. Now the fans just need to hope those last four games are indicative of Clement's future reign, rather than those which preceded them. Either way, today is a good chance to do more than just celebrate survival with the fans, it is a chance to end the season with a good result to thank those loyal fans with a win. A good end of season flourish will make recruitment in the summer so much easier than it would be otherwise.
Most important player: Alfie Mawson. The young centre back only joined from Barnsley in August, but he has grown into a central part of the Swans' defence. Physically imposing, he also has technical ability to go with it.

Rondon (late fitness test - hamstring injury)
McAuley (late fitness test - thigh injury)
Phillips (late fitness test - hamstring injury)

The end of the season could not have been more disappointing for the Baggies, as they achieved safety and then just relaxed and hit the beaches. It has now been eight games since they picked up a win as, once more, Tony Pulis has been unable to motivate his players to do any more than achieve safety. Up until the point they got their fortieth point of the season, West Brom were challenging for Europe. Now they are struggling to hold onto a place in the top half. It has happened so often to Pulis now that there must be a genuine motivation problem that he needs to look to fix, if he is ever to progress his teams beyond surviving in the Prem. Has he the ambition to aim higher and to ensure his players do too?
Most important player: Jose Salomon Rondon. The set up used by West Brom puts a lot of pressure on Rondon to create and score goals. An almost impossible task for one man to do it all, but the Venezuelan striker has done his best.

Defining Battle: the West Brom style of defending deep should suit Swansea down to a tee. Fernando Llorente will relish the physical battle and there will be little need for the team to push back their opposition, as they will automatically drop back anyway. So the battle will be in the wide areas, as the Baggies will need to work hard to cut out the delivery to Llorente.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 1-1
Ed004 - 3-2
Ed007 - 1-1
Ed018 - 1-1
Ed025 - 2-2
Ed033 - 1-2


Watford v Manchester City

Mariappa (late fitness test - knee injury)
Deeney (doubt - hip injury)
Kabasele (out - hamstring injury)
Britos (late fitness test - calf injury)
Cathcart (out - knee injury)
Kaboul (doubt - hamstring injury)
Zarate (out - ACL injury)
Pereyra (out - knee injury)
Prodl (out - suspended)

This is the chance for Walter Mazzarri to leave the Hornets on a high, rather than the recent sour note that has seen his side slump to five straight defeats, with little attacking intent shown in any of the games. The only real surprise about Watford's season, is that they were never in a relegation battle. The football has been dire, the manager has clashed repeatedly with his players and has never managed to adjust to the Premier League. It is really no surprise that he has received his marching orders and will be replaced at the end of the season. Mazzarri has just not lived up to expectations, he has not even learnt to speak basic English to his players. It has been one hell of a learning experience for him! As for the Hornets, the way the Pozzos run the club precludes any kind of real long term progress. Not just the lack of stability at the management level, there is also a lack of stability on the playing staff, with huge turnover of players, very few of whom are even truly contracted to the club. The warning signs of Granada are flashing bright and Watford would do well to heed those warnings.
Most important player: Tom Cleverley. An essential cog in the sideways and backwards passing machine Mazzarri has built. It is his main skill, that ability to create a sideways pass out of every opportunity to get it forward.

Bravo (out - calf strain)
Delph (out - muscle injury)
Gundogan (out - ACL injury)

Despite three wins on the trot, Citeh will be unhappy with their season, which has been a major disappointment to all following the arrival of Pep Guardiola. How many people thought that the Citizens would be still unsure of a top four finish on the final day of the season? With a huge summer spending spree and the arrival of Pep, Man City were meant to be winning trophies. The whole point of the Pep plan was to take City from Premier League challengers to Champions League challengers. Instead they have gone from Premier League challengers to Champions League qualification challengers! That is not the aim set out when you give a manager nearly £200m to spend in a season. Still, they will fix it by giving him even more money to spend, just like their Manchester rivals. Not really the mark of a great coach, to my mind, when you fail to coach improvement and have to buy it though.
Most important player: David Silva. The little magician makes City tick. There is a lot of talent in the squad, but Silva is the one that controls the play and makes the attack function at its best.

Defining Battle: between Watford's midfield and David Silva. If they can perform the almost impossible task of shutting down Silva and keeping him out of the game, then they might have a chance. If not, they face seeing him feed in Citeh's forward line again and again and again.

Editors' Predictions:
Ed002 - 0-3
Ed004 - 1-4
Ed007 - 0-4
Ed018 - 1-3
Ed025 - 1-3
Ed033 - 1-2

Written by Tris Burke May 21 2017 06:20:37