Saturday, 22 March 2014

No Van Persie or Vidic - but does it Mata?

        As under fire Manchester United travel to the Boleyn for the tussle with a determined West Ham, embattled manager David Moyes has to make do without both his bes defender and attacking option. Mandy Vidic starts the ban for his red card moment during the thrashing by Liverpool last weekend, while Robin Van Persie is apparently out for a whopping six weeks and does not make the side this evening.
The tension is rising...
Conversely, Big Sam Allardyce has an almost fully fit squad to pick from and wil see this as an excellent opportunity to put one over on the visitors. However, there is still the small issue of whether West Ham can stop Wayne Rooney adding to his seven goals in the last seven games versus West Ham, while Juan Mata will be among a host of United sideliners who will wish to impress Moyes before the rumoured major clear out in the Summer.

At the other end, West Ham will look to the subtantial presence of Andy Carroll to pressurise an apparently vulnerable Man United back line, while Stewart Downing will almost certainly have been licking his lips watching Patrice Evra stumble around during the midweek Champions league tie versus Olympiakos. West ham are priced at 3-1 against for the win, which must be considered reasonable odds, although the draw at 13-5 also looks tempting.

Strap in tight for an early evening cracker with kick off at 5.30.


  1. Dwayne Wooonie to make is ate from ate

  2. COYI................................COYI.......COY>>>>>>>>>Irons!!!

  3. Cr*p he made it nine from eight!


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