Monthly Archives: January 2015

Weekend Predictions: 31st January

Here are this blog’s predictions for the weekend’s games in the Premier League, Championship, League One & League Two. In the Premier League, Manchester United look to bounce back from Friday’s humiliating 0-0 draw with Cambridge, they face a Leicester team who have won 4 of their last 6 games. Arsenal are in search of a 5th… Read more →

League One Predictions: Gameweek 27

In League One, struggling Coventry host Rochdale, who put in an encouraging cup display against Stoke on Monday night. Oldham and Notts County look to get back to winning ways, after a poor run of form for both teams has dealt a blow to their respective play-off ambitions. Yeovil ended their winless home run against… Read more →

League Two Predictions: Gameweek 28

In League Two, Dagenham & Redbridge and Cheltenham meet as 2 out-of-form sides, both currently embroiled in a very tight relegation battle. Cambridge prepare for Tuesday night’s fairytale trip to Old Trafford with a game away to promotion contenders Luton, while Morecambe and Wimbledon meet at the Globe Arena, with a midtable finish looking likely for both clubs. Dag… Read more →

Cardiff City mid-season review

The Football Lab interviewed Cardiff City fan Luke Sommerfield. You can follow him on Twitter @BluebirdLuke Despite possessing a squad filled with big name players at this level, Cardiff sit midtable. Can the team’s underachievement be put down to the lack of stability within the club? There are too many issues that have happened and… Read more →

Middlesbrough mid-season review

The Football Lab interviewed Middlesbrough fan James Cartwright. You can follow him on Twitter @James94Cart You’ve conceded just 17 goals in 26 league games, and have stopped a number of the Championship’s best attacking teams from scoring. What have Middlesbrough done to build such a strong defence? It’s started with Dimi in goal, he’s been… Read more →

Bolton Wanderers mid-season review

The Football Lab interviewed Bolton Wanderers fan Ben Reardon. You can follow him on Twitter @BenReardon1 Bolton are looking a hungrier, more hardworking side under Neil Lennon than under Dougie Freedman. Would you say that is the main change? Yes, it certainly has been the biggest change at the club as a whole since his… Read more →

Reading mid-season review

The Football Lab interviewed Reading fan Dan Wimbush. He is the editor of a Reading FC based website, which you can follow on Twitter @TheTilehurstEnd Nigel Adkins was sacked in December, after a poor run of form. Was it right for him to leave the club? Sadly so but I do feel a bit sorry… Read more →

Ipswich Town mid-season review

The Football Lab interviewed Ipswich Town fan Tony Cowards. You can follow him on Twitter @TonyCowards Ipswich have signed a lot of players who were overlooked by other clubs, but Mick McCarthy clearly has shaped them into a very competitive team. How much credit does he deserve? He deserves an enormous amount of credit, in… Read more →