Wednesday, March 26, 2014

City Defeat United, Arsenal & Swansea Draw, Raphael Honigstein On Bayern Munich's Title, More Midweek Action

They've seen enough, Moe.
And a fine Hump Day to you and yours. Where else to begin today than in Manchester where City had little trouble with a very poor United. The blue side defeated the red side 0 - 3. Yes, there's trouble at Old Trafford. Elsewhere, Arsenal's comeback against Swansea was negated by a late own-goal from Matty Flamini, and Everton impressed in a 0 - 3 win at Newcastle. Here's your lot from yesterday's action in England:

Manchester United 0 - 3 Manchester City: Daniel Taylor at Old Trafford
Manchester United 0 - 3 Manchester City: Five Talking Points
Newcastle 0 - 3 Everton: Louise Taylor at St James' Park

So the title race in the Premier League remains up in the air. Arsenal are pretty much out of it, but there are still three in the thick of the hunt. In the Bundesliga? Not so much. Bayern Munich won it for the 24th time with a record seven games to spare after victory at Hertha Berlin last night. Raphael Honigstein takes a look at a club that have outgrown their league.

Back in Spain, it's more akin to England as three clubs continue the push for glory. New leaders Atlético Madrid host Granada, Barcelona host Celta Vigo, and Real Madrid go to Sevilla. Here's your midweek La Liga Preview.

Das ist Wunderbar! 
Serie A, you ask? More akin to Germany as Juve look to have things pretty much wrapped up. They host Parma today but the big one is Fiorentina vs. AC Milan. Fiorentina are fighting for a spot in Europe whilst Milan are attempting to stop the rot. Here's your midweek preview. (Roma beat Torino yesterday)

More matches! More matches! Liverpool host Sunderland and West Ham welcome The Hull City Tigers to East London. Paul Merson is predicting a bloodbath for Sunderland at Anfield and a draw at Upton Park.

Get to it!



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