Monday Night Football – Special Edition

Hello and welcome to a Monday Night Football ‘Special Edition’. I’m sure after one week without football many of you are wondering what people’s brains even think about day to day. Well, with next weekend’s games called off we’ve allowed CM9798 to run the Premier League and FA Cup games that were due to be played and see how it pans out. No, you’re betting company of choice won’t accept these results.

Premier League

So we would have been looking forward to Nigel Pearson taking Watford to Burnley to go some way to pulling off his second great escape as a Premier League manager, Norwich keeping on pushing for the impossible at an Everton side with almost nothing to play for, and the champions elect looking to take one more step to a final title after 30 years.

Burnley vs. Watford

Jay puts his ham slices and swimming goggles down to help his ‘football friends’ over the line, possibly pushing Watford back into the danger zone. Watford had 10 chances and only 2 on target.

Norwich vs. Everton

It’s time to Pukki up as the Norwich ace is as cool as a really cool object slotting both chances away. Everton pushed late on but Keane couldn’t find the net on 93 for an equaliser.

Liverpool vs. Crystal Palace

Ayew watching Man Utd??? Palace make a quick start and have a 2nd chalked off by VAR on 11 minutes. Liverpool draw level before slaughtering Palace in the 2nd half, should have been more. They’ve ‘Benteke’in the piss.

FA Cup

The FA Cup quarter-finals should have been ready to provide us with two mouth watering ties as Brendan Rodgers Foxes were due to take on a youthful Chelsea, and Steve Bruce’s high-flying (we can use that in this competition) Newcastle were looking to upset Pep’s faltering Man City.

Leicester vs. Chelsea

Ndidi? Yes he did, handball in the box when 1-0 up. It didn’t matter, 10-man Leicester still had too much and Vardy killed the game off on 75 minutes.

Newcastle vs. Man City

It’ll be all Dwight on the night. Gayle force winds as Dwight has a blinder, he did have the ball in the net four times but VAR said no. The formation above gave Gayle 10 shots through the game and a lot more for Newcastle. A replay it is however as Sterling finds his finishing boots and rescue’s the tie at the death.

And that’s a wrap on this special edition of Monday Night Football. Sorry there has been no back in time, but please stay with us and we’ll see what next week throws up, maybe we’ll put it to a poll!

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