Frisking the Fixtures

  1. Yesterday afternoon, we kick-started our look at the newly-released 2014/15 schedule by focusing on those sides with the kindest opening schedules over the first four to six Gameweeks. Today we turn our attentions to those teams whose opening few fixtures look fraught with danger, as three of last term’s top five and a couple of […]

  2. We may be in the midst of a gripping World Cup but yesterday’s announcement of the 2014/15 Premier League fixture list served a reminder of footballing life after the lifting of the Jules Rimet. Next season, as ever, we’ll be scanning the horizon on a weekly basis to ascertain the teams with the best and […]

  3. Having cast an eye over those sides with Strong schedules yesterday afternoon, we now assess those with less favourable fixtures over the final four Gameweeks. The Toffees’ chase for fourth has the potential to come unstuck, whilst the Canaries’ hopes of survival are starting to look slim at best:

  4. With just four rounds of fixtures remaining, we roll out the final pair of Frisking articles of the season. First up, we take a look at those with favourable run-ins – Manchester and north London have reason for optimism, whilst the black cloud hanging over Wearside comes with a possible silver lining:

  5. Yesterday we highlighted the teams with Strong fixtures over the remaining five Gameweeks. Today it’s the turn of the less fortunate sides – both halves of Merseyside have a tough task to maintain their extraordinary seasons, while a couple of sources of cheap clean sheets look set to imminently lose their sheen:

  6. As the final weeks of the season run down, our fixture ticker shrinks. Our look at the upcoming schedules over the final five Gameweeks reveals three top sides with fixtures to boost their ambitions, while hope springs eternal at the bottom end of the table:

  7. Having analysed those teams with Strong upcoming schedules yesterday, the second part of this week’s look at the upcoming fixtures focuses on those sides with less fortunate run-ins. Newcastle face a tough task to turnaround their poor form, Liverpool are set for a couple of tests against their title rivals, whilst those eyeing up Man […]

Scout Tweets

  1. Wenger hints at resting Ozil, Mertesacker and Podolski for start of the season due to World Cup exertions http://t.co/ZnSBlvcRYn

  2. Andy Carroll confirms he is set for surgery and will miss the start of the season http://t.co/QB6H4vShxA

  3. Reports suggest Andy Carroll could be out for four months with torn ankle ligaments http://t.co/Ata96dRQD9

  4. Everton confirm they are set to sign midfielder Muhamed Besic from Ferencvaros http://t.co/m0SSIm3YhO

  5. Swansea confirm the signing of winger Jefferson Montero http://t.co/FsUN2Fve4U

  6. Van Gaal rolls out a 3-4-1-2 formation in first match in charge of United http://t.co/JCVVVJq2Ls

  7. Rodgers: “Coutinho is the brain in our team. He is the one that gets the team ticking” http://t.co/QQykreNkjE

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