Arsenal have one more game to go before seeing the end of their disastrous campaign. Will Fulham heap further misery on them at Craven Cottage, or will the Gunners secure a consolation victory?
While Fulham have been slowly climbing the Premier League ladder, Liverpool have continued their uprising post winter. TheHardTackle previews a tough fixture for the Reds..
Cottagers visit the Fortress Old Trafford in a bid to upset United's title charge. THT previews the league encounter with all the team news, injuries and expectations for the big game.
Chelsea will make the short trip on Valentine's Day to face their West London neighbours Fulham, at Craven Cottage. Ironically, Chelsea played Fulham right after losing to Liverpool in November, and carved out a 1-0 win over their local rivals. Ancelotti would hope to experience a déjà vu of sorts.
Mark Hughes' side travel to Anfield to face a Liverpool squad under renovation. It is not going to be an easy task for the Cottagers. TheHardTackle previews the game.
The Dutch fans have gone through it, and it's about time for the Red Devils to endure similar agony. Although it's nothing new for the Old Trafford faithful, as the anguish of parting away with a certain Great Dane is still fresh in their reminiscence; yet the Devils all over the world would invariably feel like losing their religion all over again when Edwin Van der Sar decides to hang his big gloves.
Man United remain 'unbeaten', however all is not rosy at Old Trafford. TheHardTackle examines Manchester United's claim to invincibilty, with all the pitfalls and the positives of the unbeaten run.
After an exciting week of English Premier League football, we at TheHardTackle analyze the highs and lows, the flops and hits. Read it all. Here in our weekend review.
The Premier League has thrown up several surprises this season and as 2010 draws to a close, the latest round of matches also seems to be inconclusive. Here's a round-up of the midweek games, including THT's Team of the Round.
Fulham will travel to Anfield this weekend but Roy Hodgson will be on the other side of the Cottagers looking to secure victory over his former employers. Will Hodgson succeed?