Arsenal vs Bournemouth Preview | Team News, Key Men & Predictions

Arsenal vs Bournemouth Preview | Team News, Key Men & Predictions

Arsenal struggled to a 1-1 draw against Manchester United in their last match, keeping them in the top four. Top four is their ultimate goal, but they'll need to improve to stay there. Their performances have them looking more like a mid-table team than a top four one. Bournemouth at home is a good opportunity to prove that they can play like a top four team. They've done well in the fixture in the past and the Cherries porous defense …
Bournemouth vs Tottenham Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Bournemouth vs Tottenham Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Tottenham have a tricky fixture to negotiate this weekend at Bournemouth, as they prepare for the second leg of their Champions League tie. The last couple of months have been disappointing for Mauricio Pochettino's men when it comes to the Premier League. They have fallen far off the pace, while their position in the top four has come under threat. For the home side, they have had another successful campaign in the top-flight and they will be looking to finish …
Arsenal vs Bournemouth Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Arsenal vs Bournemouth Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

This is a big week for Arsenal. After beating Southampton to slide back into the top four, the Gunners now host Bournemouth on Wednesday and travel to Wembley for the North London derby on Saturday. If they're able to get six points from those fixtures, they'll be in a great position to finish in the top four. If not, they could be in big trouble. Bournemouth are decidedly mid-table. They sit six points off the seventh and the Europa League …
Liverpool Vs Bournemouth Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Liverpool Vs Bournemouth Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Two teams who have never been in a better position in terms of points after 25 games in the Premier League go head to head on Saturday evening. Liverpool host Bournemouth in the 26th game week, hoping to regain the top position in the table. Bournemouth have never had more points on the board after 25 games than their 33 points as of now as they have won 10 games, three more than each of their last three seasons in the …
Bournemouth vs Chelsea Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Bournemouth vs Chelsea Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

The Premier League returns as Bournemouth host Chelsea on Wednesday night. The hosts have done well during this campaign and have avoided a relegation battle for yet another season. However, they will still be looking to have a strong second half of the season and finish as high as possible. Meanwhile, the visitors will be hoping to consolidate their position in the top four with a return to winning ways in the league. Eddie Howe has consolidated his reputation this …
Premier League Transfers This January: A Tepid Window So Far

Premier League Transfers This January: A Tepid Window So Far

The January transfer window is like an annual second chance for all football clubs – but more so for the clubs from the top leagues like the Premier League. The pressure in the top leagues is so intense that if a manager or a transfer committee blundered in the summer transfer window then by December all seems lost. Case in point, Manchester United this season.  But the January window provides an opportunity to set the mistakes right and aim for …
Bournemouth v Manchester United Preview: Team News, Stats & Key Men

Bournemouth v Manchester United Preview: Team News, Stats & Key Men

Eddie Howe's high-flying Bournemouth will host the first game of the weekend and it is a big one with Manchester United coming to town. Bournemouth are sixth in the league - winning six out of the opening ten games in a hugely positive start to the season. Eddie Howe, has always been one to stick to his principles and approach to the game even when the going gets tough - and in 2018/19, this steadfast belief in his ideas has …
VAR and the Law

VAR and the Law

In the aftermath of VAR’s shambolic outing in Tottenham’s FA Cup meeting with Rochdale in February, Mark Thompson (@EveryTeam_Mark) penned a thought-provoking piece on the need to look at the laws of the game in the same way as the laws of the land. It argued that the rules laid down by the FA are open-textured, and that different valid interpretations are possible within the broad ‘statutory’ limits. This is perfectly true – as the famous professor of jurisprudence H.L.A …
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