In golfing parlance, there are quite a number of ‘gimmes’ when it comes to predicting outcomes of English Premiership matches this weekend, writes GARY LEMKE.
The honeymoon is over for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as he takes his Manchester United team to high-flying Tottenham this weekend, writes GARY LEMKE.
A new year is upon us, the January transfer window is officially about to open and there are 18 rounds of English Premiership matches remaining, with Liverpool daring to believe, writes GARY LEMKE.
The goals keep coming in the English Premiership, and the bookies make the match of the weekend, Liverpool versus Arsenal at Anfield, a 20-1 outside bet to finish 0-0, writes GARY LEMKE.
What a difference a week makes. Liverpool are going to win the English Premiership and Manchester United are top four certainties, writes GARY LEMKE.
Either Fulham or Huddersfield will be bottom of the English Premier League at Christmas, which means that one of those teams will be relegated at the end of the season, writes GARY LEMKE.
Liverpool have put the only unbeaten record in the English Premiership on the line on Sunday, and the match is surely going to be the most watched global sports event of the weekend, writes GARY LEMKE.
Chelsea will be hoping that a wobble doesn’t result in the wheels falling off their English Premier League campaign, writes GARY LEMKE.
Manchester United have conceded more goals in their 14 English Premier League matches this season than the top three clubs combined, writes GARY LEMKE.
Never before have a dozen rounds of English Premier League matches been played with three teams still unbeaten, writes GARY LEMKE.