EPL on TV this weekend

Can you believe we have to do this all over again? After a big mid-week of games we're right back to another weekend of EPL and Fantasy EPL action. So how does it look?

Balanced: Something about water finding it's own level. Seems that teams are playing similarly situated teams. Arsenal/Chelsea. Portsmouth/West Brom. Boro/Spurs.

Gritty: Some unappealling matchups. Man City/Birmingham. Everton/Bolton. And of course these are 2 of the televised games.

How do you pick when each game could be 4-3 as easily as 0-0 (and I'd bet the under on most of them)? The one good looking match for fantasy is ManU on a roll (is one game a roll?) visiting a wounded Aston Villa. Speaking of betting, what are the odds that Ridgewell gives up a PK? Luckily ManU players were on our teams from their 2-games last week. You did have the complement of ManU, didn't you? So Ruud and Rooney start up top... Giggs and/or Scholes in the midfield and Neville, G a the back. Unless... and this is where it is fun to play manager... does Sir Alex play Giggs (73 years old and just coming back from injury) in a third game in 7 days? Here's hoping!

Soccer on Fox Soccer Channel
DayDateCompetitionHomeVisitorKickoff (ET)
Sat.Dec 17EPLAston VillaManchester Utd.7:30 a.m.
Sat.Dec 17EPLManchester CityBirmingham City12 p.m.
Sat.Dec 17EPLEvertonBolton5 p.m.
Sun.Dec 18EPLMiddlesbroughTottenham1:30 p.m.
Soccer on PPV/CCTV
DayDateCompetitionHomeVisitorKickoff (ET)
Sat.Dec 17EPLWest HamNewcastle10 a.m.
Sun.Dec 18EPLArsenalChelsea11 a.m.

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