Remaining matches that impact relegation:
5/14: Arsenal vs. Wigan
5/19: Wigan vs. Aston Villa; Tottenham vs. Sunderland
Heading into the final week of the Barclays Premier League, the final team relegated has yet to be determined. Following recent results Stoke, Norwich, Newcastle, Southampton, and Fulham have sealed their spots in the Premier League for next season.
All eyes will be on the match between Arsenal and Wigan on Tuesday. Arsenal is battling for a Champions League position and Wigan is fighting for survival. A Wigan loss will be a dagger in their campaign and would condemn them to the Championship next season.
If the Latics beat the Gunners, Sunday’s matchup between Wigan and Aston Villa could have Premier League life or death riding on it.
We. Love. This. It’s fair to say that the Premier League probably wouldn’t miss Stoke City if they were relegated, so hats off to these three Norwegian lads for creating a video to summarize the way the Potters play.
With 2 weeks remaining, there are still 10 Premier League teams that can be mathematically relegated to the npower Championship. To say that every game left on the team’s schedule is a must-win would be a drastic understatement.
Here are just a few of the matches that could be the difference between survival and relegation:
The referee didn’t see his foul move, but the cameras did. Even his own boss condoned his actions.
Everton manager David Moyes said, ”I’ve seen it, it’s a terrible thing to do and I expect him to be punished. I’ve told him it’s not acceptable and whatever he gets, he and us deserve it.”
Fellaini was quick to apologize after the match, but he’ll likely get a lengthy suspension once the video is reviewed.
See pictures from the great I AM UNITED viewing party.
A thrilling morning in NYC as Manchester United fans watched their Red Devils defeat Stoke City! Fun times in the city.
Maurice Edu has a new home at Stoke, alongside fellow American Geoff Cameron. Edu agreed personal terms this morning and pending a medical, is expected to join the team shortly. What do you think of the move? Will Edu become the next American success story in the Premier League? Let us know in the comments below.