Monthly Archives: November 2014

Weekend Predictions: 29th November

Here are this blog’s predictions for the weekend’s games in the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two. Premier League It’s the novice against the master at Swansea, as 35-year-old Garry Monk takes on Neil Warnock, who started management the year after his opposite number was born. However, the award for most intriguing match in… Read more →

Championship Predictions: Gameweek 19

There’s a bottom half clash at the Macron Stadium, as Bolton Wanderers and Huddersfield have both benefitted from a change of manager this season. Two sides who may be about to are Norwich and Reading, as Neil Adams and Nigel Adkins respectively are coming under increasing pressure, and both desperately need a win at Carrow… Read more →

League One Predictions: Gameweek 19

There are battles between teams around the League One play-off places this weekend. Sheffield United look to smoothen their stuttering form by ending Notts County’s unbeaten away record, while there’s a Manchester clash between Rochdale and Oldham, who have both surpassed expectations thus far. Crewe could move off the bottom with a win over Doncaster,… Read more →

League Two Predictions: Gameweek 19

Promotion contenders Luton look to bounce back from defeat to Burton when they host Mansfield, who have started well under caretaker boss Adam Murray. Plymouth look to avenge their 4-0 loss to York back in February with an 8th home win of the season, while John-Joe O’Toole will have his first game on loan at… Read more →

What We Learnt This Weekend: 22nd November

Rodgers needs time at Liverpool Premier League runners up Liverpool slipped to 12th place after a 3-1 defeat to relegation strugglers Crystal Palace. Here’s why Brendan Rodgers deserves the chance to put things right at Anfield. Counter-attacking Forest have rediscovered form After 10 games without a win, Nottingham Forest have picked up 2 in succession,… Read more →

Tough times for Tranmere

Tranmere Rovers are joint-bottom of League Two, 6 points off safety. For a long time, Tranmere had been an established League One club, that would bask in the comfort of lower mid-table most seasons. However, their form since relegation typifies the tight and unpredictable nature of England’s basement division. The likes of Tranmere, Carlisle and… Read more →