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Paul Merson says Chelsea will win again on Saturday, but you can't rule Arsenal out of the title race yet.

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Paul Davies (Arsenal fan) says...

merse are you some kind of psycic???????? brilliant reading of the future.... come on you gunners

Posted 08:04 2nd March 2010

Johnny Chocolates (Manchester United fan) says...

Mick F (arsenal fan) that is comedy gold from you my friend!! hahahaha arsenal are not on the same level as man utd or chelsea at all!thats why you've won nothing in 5 yrs! antonio valencia, best winger in the prem by a mile, and that "pensioner" giggs still better than anyone at arsenal

Posted 10:27 1st March 2010

Nathan Towers (Sunderland fan) says...

sunderland to win the title :P

Posted 10:18 1st March 2010

Waseem Ideis (Manchester United fan) says...

Arsenal have problems every season beating the "weaker" teams. They have done better this season against them however, i think arsenal will drop 12-13 points out of the 30. so on that note i think arsenal can not win the Premier League.. N im not sayin this because im a MAN U fan... we have done it 3 timez in a row, im happy

Posted 09:53 1st March 2010

Red Devil (Manchester United fan) says...

Ha Ha Chelsea 2 - 4 Manc what a schooling given to chelsea old agers. Out classed UTD for the title

Posted 15:25 27th February 2010

Matt Gardiner (Chelsea fan) says...

Being a chelsea fan i think there formation is rubbish and boring anelka is suppose to be a striker and he recieves the ball deeper than Obi Mikel and does nothing with the ball except lose and dont get it back because he LAZY and also why the hell aint we bought a new keeper, hilario would not be a first team keeper for ANY off the premiership clubs so why have we got him.

Posted 14:50 27th February 2010

Bish Venom (Liverpool fan) says...

Wayne Bridge missing out on a world cup winner's medal...I find that amusing

Posted 13:36 27th February 2010

Ben Mathews (Manchester United fan) says...

On paper Arsenal's fixtures look easy. Sadly the Premier League has shown this time around the difference between theoretical and practical football. Arsenal need to win all those games if they are to challenge for the title. The away games at Hull City, Birmingham and Tottenham could be shockers! There are at least 10 weeks before we can get a clear picture of who might nick it. In the next 10 weeks injuries could have a say in some teams at the top.

Posted 11:57 27th February 2010

Mick F (Arsenal fan) says...

Tommy Nolan your talking about Cesc Fabregas cheating???Hello??This is coming from a Man U fan??Ha!!Wayne Rooney is FAMOUS for diving...and as for that creep Cristiano Ronaldo?The guy was THE GREATEST DIVER TO EVER PLAY IN THE PREMIERSHIP!!Look,say what you like but the fact is United are rubbish without Rooney,where are the goals gonna come frm when he gets injured??Berbatov?Or any of the pensioners in midfield??Dont! make me laugh any harder!United can only dream of playing football like the Arsenal and Chelsea can...when we buy a proven goal scorer United will be trailing behind,if they're not alreday gone into administration FROM THE 750 BILLION QUID DEBT they're in..Ha Haaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted 11:28 27th February 2010

Kieron Kidwell (Chelsea fan) says...

(Fred Ndong) How can you say your a Chelsea fan when you say you were not gonna watch it if Adebayor did not play??? Come on - this is the most eagerly awaited game for a long time... the rivalry now that they have their "millions" is big, with the added spice of Terry/Bridge to go with it! Let the football do the talking and not their private lives. Chelsea will win, but i think it will be a tough game. Tevez is on fire - but can City fend off The Drog?? Suspect at the back i slightly agree with and in some games ive seen they do look shaky! But 13 clean sheets (Highest) speaks for itself so they cant be that bad! Come on the Chelsea - 2-0... Drogba brace.

Posted 10:20 27th February 2010

Fin A (Manchester United fan) says...

i think chelsea will be on the ropes after losing to mourinho's inter,ok they havent lost back to back games in a bit but man city will cause an upset.alot of pressure on mancini so i think he will urge his players to get a result,city can put on a show against the top teams.arsenal-stoke as much as id love to see stoke get a win i dont think it will happen against arsenal they will break stoke down eventually and get a get a rsult

Posted 10:01 27th February 2010

Homzie D (Manchester United fan) says...

Well Merse, don't you think a 3-0 Chelsea win is a bit too far off? Chelsea are very solid at home and haven't lost any game, but, I expect this to be a bit cagey and tactical game. City haven't been in the best of forms but, with City you never know what you're going to get. The team which makes the least mistakes will win the game. As a Utd fan, I hope Chelsea drop points. (Can't believe I'm saying this), but, I'm hoping for a City win. The whole of Manchester will be hoping for a CIty win! I'll go for a 1-1 draw (can't see Chelsea lose) with Carlos Tevez to score the equaliser! Stoke v Arsenal will be a battle. Stoke are a very physical team and may surprise The Gunners who aren't physical when the situation demands. However, Arsenal's class to shine through with a 3-1 away win. My Predictions - Chelsea 1 Man City 1 & Stoke 1 Arsenal 3.

Posted 08:36 27th February 2010

Craig S (Stoke City fan) says...

Chelsea will easily overcome Man C, I predict a 3-0 scoreline, watching Man C on Wed night Mancini has come in with a different way to play compared to Hughes, but the players do not understand what they need to do, just look at the drop in form of Steve Ireland. Stoke will beat Arsenal as they are percieved as a 'one trick pony' Stoke can also push the ball up front quickly or develop space, so come on Arsene bring your team ready for a beating

Posted 08:12 27th February 2010

Faisal Rahman (Arsenal fan) says...

I don't think Chelsea will will tonight. This is not the same Man City team, ... and don't forget that they have beaten Chelsea back in their yard. So, ... i think, it will be at least a draw. Chelsea does not look confident to me at all. They lost their last 2 games and Terry is just not at his best. As for Arsenal, i think odds are in favor of them. They can easily beat Stoke, only if they play well. If they lose, it will be season over for them. Any point lost for Arsenal is certainly bye bye for them.

Posted 08:10 27th February 2010

Jason Dunn (Stoke City fan) says...

I have to disagree with Paul Merson. Stokes more direct and physical approach could prove to much for Arsenal again. Stoke to nick it 2-1 and Wenger giving Stoke no praise what so-ever.

Posted 21:50 26th February 2010

Olufemi Mare (Arsenal fan) says...

Paul Merse might have predicted well for Arsenal to still be in the title race, but it is a close call. I am a true Arsenal fan but not until the so called professor( Arsene Wenger ) realises that been adarmant on buying some experience players rather than to groom the youth players, Paul Merse's prediction of Arsenal been in the title race is far from truth. As for the game against Stoke, Arsenal can only win that game if we can deal with the long throw properly at the back and Mr Professor(Wenger) not using the inexperience players in such a game. As for Chelsea V Man City, Chelsea to win but not at such margin Paul predicted perhaps 2-1 to Chelsea.

Posted 20:37 26th February 2010

Scott Cripps (Southampton fan) says...

i think wayne bridge should not shake hands with terry, a handshake is a show of respect and diplomacy clearly terry lacks both. also terry should be the one dropping out of the england team, he looks like a useless donkey in current form and i would rather have bridge in south africa

Posted 19:24 26th February 2010

Tony Ruggiero (Arsenal fan) says...

I agree with Mers I think Arsenal will win 3-1 on sat evening at Stoke. With the run in we have we can win most of the remaining games and put presure on the top 2. As for Chelsea I wonder what affect John Terry will have on the team. He looks a little bit uneasy at the moment.

Posted 19:18 26th February 2010

Jess Whitmore (Chelsea fan) says...

Personally i agree with Paul, Chelsea have the best home record in the prem and a great home record against man c, we have beaten them considerablly in the past and i can see a 3-0 this week. It wasn't long ago we put 6 past them so why not, especailly with adebayor out and tevez potentially not match fit. As for the terry/bridge fiasco i hope that is put aside and both players are shown the respect they deserve on the pitch. C'mon the chels

Posted 16:51 26th February 2010

Daniel Storey (Sheffield Wednesday fan) says...

Tommy Nolan....how on earth can you call fabregas a cheater!!! he gives verything in the game and gives everything for arsenal and when u have a a split second 2 react u just want the ball in the backo of the net. can you say united playeras have never done anything of the sort? Ronaldo's oscar winning dives? Ferdinands assaults on fellow defenders when the ball is nowhere near? 2 footed tackles from overpriced foreeign players like anderson? i believe you should look at your own club before you start shouting accusations. fabregas is a man in the same mould as paul scholes and steven gerrard. he will give 120% in every game he plays and does everything he can for his club. in this age of money money money, brought on by the likes of man utd, chelsea, and city, i think we should praise some1 who plays for the club not the money. dont you?

Posted 15:27 26th February 2010

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