Thursday, 6 January 2011

Could Blues hold key to Title

Chelsea's Frank Lampard Didier Drogba and John Terry walk off after losing their English Premier League match to Arsenal in London - Monday December 27
  1. Man Utd 20 pld 44pts
  2. Man City 22 pld 42pts
  3. Arsenal 21 pld 40pts
  4. Sp*rs 21 pld 36pts
  5. Chelsea 21pld 35pts
So the Premier League season of mediocrity trundles along with five teams in the frame and Man United with a points and ‘games in hand’ advantage.

Arsenal, having played Man Utd and Sp*rs once, with zero points from each. Man city twice netting four points and Chelsea twice with a three point return can look at the games at WHL and The Emirates as a chance to both create distance and close the gap. The fact that we have a game in hand over Citeh is also significant. These games aside, theoretically we have an easier set of fixtures (also having successfully visited Anfield this season). However I remember last seasons legendary ‘easy run in’ and look what happened there.

What’s clear is that there is only one team in the division that are consistent and they are on top. If we can show some consistency it is conceivable that the premier title could come to The Emirates.

It’s also very much dependant on Chelsea pulling themselves together enough to beat Man Utd, Sp*rs and Citeh. The big heads in blue play both Sp*rs and Citeh once more at Stamford Bridge where they still have a good record and, tellingly, Manchester United twice.

Could it be that Chelsea hold the trump cards in this season of line fluffing?

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