With Saturday’s English Premier League fixtures in the book, it’s time to turn the page and look ahead to tomorrow’s matches, which include Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion, Swansea City v Manchester City and Norwich City v Wigan Athletic.
I anticipate that tomorrow will be a high-scoring Sunday in the Premier League, so don’t make any plans to miss the action.
Now then, let’s get started.
Manchester United (1/3) v West Bromwich Albion (11/1); Draw: (9/2)
Swansea City (11/2) v Manchester City (4/6); Draw (29/10)
Norwich City (10/11) v Wigan Athletic (7/2); Draw (13/5)
Preview: Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion
In-form striker Peter Odemwingie leads West Bromwich Albion to Old Trafford to battle Premier League giants Manchester United on Sunday.
The Nigeria international has netted nine goals and one assist in 22 league appearances in 2011-12, including five goals in Albion’s last three games. Subsequently, West Brom have won each of their last three games.
Meanwhile, Manchester United have also won three straight in the Premier League, including wins over Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.
Surely something’s got to give at the Theatre of Dreams on Sunday.
United win comfortably, 3-0 Red Devils.
Preview: Swansea City v Manchester City
Roberto Mancini leads Manchester City to Liberty Stadium, Wales to take on Premier League newcomers Swansea City and Brendan Rodgers on Sunday.
City bossed the reverse fixture at the Etihad Stadium, defeating the Swans 4-0.
However, Swansea City talisman Danny Graham has suggested that Swansea are not the same side that lost to City on August 15, 2011.
“Lots has changed since that first game,” said Graham. “We have adapted well to the Premier League now and come into our own over the course of the season.
“Going there for the first game was always going to be tough and we took a bit of a beating in the end, but we never let it get to us and we always thought we were good enough to be in the Premier League and stay in the Premier League and that is what we are trying to achieve.”
At the moment, Swansea are 11 points above the relegation zone, and rightfully so.
Brendan Rodgers side have played brilliant football this season, and fully deserve to stay in England’s top-tier.
Manchester City have too much firepower for Swansea, 3-1 City.
Preview: Norwich City v Wigan Athletic
Lastly, bottom of the table Wigan Athletic will take on 12th place Norwich City at Carrow Road on Sunday.
Roberto Martinez’s Wigan have won just one of their last five fixtures away from DW Stadium, while the Canaries have managed just one home win in their last five games at Carrow Road.
Nonetheless, Norwich, led by Grant Holt and his 10 league goals, are the favorites to get three points on Sunday.
Disaster for Wigan, 3-1 Canaries.