Predictions contest is wrapped up but what about the Premier League?

May 7, 2010

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It’s safe to say Paul Radford has been deservedly crowned our Predictions League champion 2009/10 but what about the Premier League?

Could there be a sting in the tail for leaders Chelsea in their last game at home to Wigan on Sunday?

Stranger things have happened and Manchester United fans will have their ears glued to radios at Old Trafford against Stoke City.

Thanks to all who have played the predictions contest this year. If you want one last go then put your guesses for this Sunday’s fixtures in the comments. See you here for the World Cup!

Reuters soccer blog panel table: Paul Radford 343, Patrick Johnston 301, Mitch Phillips 301, Neil Maidment 290, Mark Meadows 263, Mike Collett 241, Simon Evans 217, Kevin Fylan 208, Julien Pretot 210, Martyn Herman 175, Asia Sports Desk 161, Sonia Oxley 151, Miles Evans (relegated), Justin Palmer (relegated)

Sunday
Arsenal v Fulham
Aston Villa v Blackburn Rovers
Bolton Wanderers v Birmingham City
Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur
Chelsea v Wigan Athletic
Everton v Portsmouth
Hull City v Liverpool
Manchester United v Stoke City
West Ham United v Manchester City
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Sunderland

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i don’t think you are giving enough attention to the neck and neck race for second. and i know patrick will be holding out till the death so he can copy Mitch and hold off Mitch’slate surge and try to settle for a share of second

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Mexico officially has thrown its support behind the United States’ bid to host either the 2018 or 2022 World Cup. 21:10

This guy reminds me so much of Chelsea’s Frank Lampard, even got the grimace on.

Posted by bookpublishing | Report as abusive

Mexico officially has thrown its support behind the United States’ bid to host either the 2018 or 2022 World Cup. 07:47

come on, don’t keep us in suspense. lets see the final table

Posted by pinhead | Report as abusive

Looks like France has a chance. France appears favored to host football’s European Championship in 2016 after UEFA published evaluations of the three bidding nations. 20:38

Allthe WorldCup 2010 Games will be streamed Live at WorldCupTV.org 10:04

Inter Milan were crowned Italian champions for the fifth consecutive season on Sunday, but Jose Mourinho’s side had their nerves tested as Claudio Ranieri’s Roma pushed them all the way. WorldCupTV.org 10:30