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A(nother) disaster for Tyrone Mings, who leaps to head clear a loopy, deflected cross, only to send the ball behind him where the lurking Mount cushions home an easy volley.

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Aston Villa: Martinez, Cash, Konsa, Mings, Luiz, McGinn, Ings, Watkins, Young, Bailey, Ramsey. Subs: Olsen, Sanson, Buendia, Chambers, Nakamba, Bednarek, Coutinho, Dendoncker, Bogarde.

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Chelsea: Kepa, Chalobah, Silva, Cucurella, Mount, Kovacic, Loftus-Cheek, Chilwell, Havertz, Aubameyang, Sterling. Subs: Mendy, Jorginho, Pulisic, Broja, Zakaria, Gallagher, Koulibaly, Azpilicueta, Chukwuemeka.

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Leeds United: Meslier; Kristensen, Koch, Cooper, Struijk; Roca, Adams; Aaronson, Rodrigo, Harrison; Sinisterra. Subs: Klaesson, Ayling, Firpo, Bamford, Summerville, Llorente, Gelhardt, Greenwood, Klich.

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Arsenal: Ramsdale; White, Saliba, Gabriel, Tomiyasu; Partey, Xhaka, Odegaard; Saka, Jesus, Martinelli. Subs: Turner, Tierney, Nketiah, Holding, Cedric, Vieira, Lokonga, Nelson, Marquinhos

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Manchester United: De Gea, Dalot, Varane, Martinez, Shaw, Fred, Casemiro, Sancho, Antony, Fernandes, Ronaldo. Subs: Heaton, Lindelof, Rashford, Malacia, Pellistri, Elanga, Garnacho, Iqbal, Mainoo.

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Newcastle United: Pope, Trippier, Brun, Botman, Schar, Longstaff, Joelinton, Guimaraes, Murphy, Almiron, Wilson. Subs: Karius, Lascelles, Shelvey, Lewis, Targett, Wood, Fraser, Willock, Anderson.

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Southampton: Bazunu, Walker-Peters, Bella-Kotchap, Salisu, Perraud, Maitland-Niles, Ward-Prowse, Elyounoussi, Aribo, A Armstrong, Adams. Subs: McCarthy, Lyanco, Caleta-Car, S Armstrong, Mara, Djenepo, Edozie, Diallo, Larios.

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West Ham: Fabianski, Coufal, Johnson, Kehrer, Emerson, Cresswell, Soucek, Rice, Bowen, Paqueta, Scamacca. Subs: Areola, Randolph, Fornals, Antonio, Lanzini, Downes, Ogbonna, Benrahma, Coventry.

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“Have you done your roadwork, you’d better keep your left up” – immortal words for anyone old enough to remember the days when breakfast was the most important meal of the day, not something best avoided by all right-thinking members of society, and when our halves of televised football weren’t bookended by missives from our favourite altruistic “behing caaaantny”. Nevertheless, this early afternoon slot houses a selection of games that are very, very tasty, so let’s climb onto that painful segue and dive right in.

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At Elland Road, Leeds entertain Arsenal, the league leaders having won three straight since losing while playing fairly well at Old Trafford. Their defence still looks a little suss – perhaps too suss for a serious title challenge – but on the other hand, if Mikel Arteta’s team have found an attacking style reliably fluent enough for them to beat everyone they should beat twice, you never know.

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Meanwhile, we should see a belter at the aforementioned – its first league fixture in six weeks. Manchester United are nowhere near as good as they could be but are perceptibly progressing, and Thursday night’s Fergie-time winner won’t have done them any harm. Newcastle United, though, are in fine form, and their hard-running proactivity and invention looks a decent match-up for a side still trying to assimilate a new way of doing things.

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As if that wasn’t enough, old friends Steven Gerrard and Chelsea convene with the former’s Villa under severe pressure. It seems unlikely that his board will tolerate too many more tame reverses, and though Chelsea have major injury issues, the players who are fit have settled well under Graham Potter.

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And finally, West Ham, who took a while to get their season going, visit Southampton, who’ve lost four in a row while looking like serious relegation candidates.

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Which is to say that there’s a load going on, so stick with me as we watch it all unfold.

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There is a beautiful rhythm at Old Trafford, Newcastle responded and Martinez executed another challenge that was just the right side of dribbling – in the middle of the week he stopped the counter and managed to not get sent off and this time avoided a penalty net.

Goal! Aston Villa 0-1 Chelsea (JT 6)

(Another) disaster for Tyrone Mings, who jumps to head to clear a skewed cross, only to send the ball behind him as Mount cushions lurking in the house with an easy shot.

Fabian Schar hurt himself by blocking Ronaldo’s cross, twisting something on the slope behind the goal. He goes and gets his buddies out of the corner, but I think he’ll be fine.

In Elland Road, there is a problem with the technology of the officials I mean, we started and then stopped.

Man United started well against Newcastle, Sancho is unique teeing-up for a wide-hit shot. I wasn’t expecting the former player to play today, but he did really well after coming off the bench in midweek, and his heavy possession style is perhaps thought more suited to the way Ten Hag wants his team to play in this match. I suspect Sancho is a player the manager expected to be in his first team, but hasn’t earned the spot yet.

“As much as it hurts me, like Arsenal One fan, to choose the Spurs legend over Vieira”, exonerates Cary Tolinius, “Glenn Hoddle is definitely your best bet, given that he has played three times as an emergency goalkeeper, including a seemingly heroic performance against Leeds where he kept two clean sheets. He has also been very useful elsewhere on the pitch.”

Yes, he was good at sweeping on his point too, but I’d be worried about his speed on the sides.

We go away!

Players go out in our various matches. here we are…

“The singles player 11 has to be David Webb, a Chelsea legend who has played pretty much every position in his time there including the goalkeeper,” says David Pearce. “Every shirt was worn from 1 to 12, on the days when they meant something in terms of position, except for 11.”

So did Johnny Curry, who played, I think, nine different positions for Manchester United including the goalkeeper and led them to win the FA Cup in 1948 and the league title in 1952.

“The KDB is on something IMO,” Tom Atkins wrote via email. Vieira gets into the middle of the middle from time to time Arsenal. He was aware of my position and was better at finishing (especially in a one-on-one situation) than he got. The only drawback is that six or seven of them are likely to be on the field by the end of the match.”

De Bruyne also said he’d rather win the World Cup with Belgium than win the Champions League with City, which I think makes sense – the former would make him immortal in his homeland.

Gianluca Scamaca appears to be settling down well at West Ham. He leads the line again, with Lucas Paqueta walking behind him. Paqueta, like Newcastle’s Bruno Guimarães, is a prime example of football’s unhealthy financial dominance in the Premier League – players who leave Lyon well for clubs in neither the Champions League nor the Europa League should make us feel a little anxious – and it is our duty to note. that. Even while enjoying it weekly.

Also running…

On the other hand, Man United beat Brighton 4-0.

“Glenn Hoddle was the reserve goalkeeper – or next in line – at the 1982 World Cup if I remember correctly,” tweets Tweet embed. “Shilton was fine but both Ray Clemens and Joe Corrigan were injured during the tournament. If anything happened to the Shelts, JJ would have been the goalkeeper!”

I was 3 in 1982 so I don’t remember it – my beginnings were in 1986 – but it hurts nevertheless that it didn’t.

“This Brazilian defender named Gabriel,” emailed Charles Antaki, “He is an improvement over former Arsenal Brazilian centre-back named Gabriel (he quietly showed the exit door five years ago); so we are on a path where the next Arsenal Brazilian defender named Gabriel will be a world-class player.”

I forgot about him – although I should have pointed out that at 24, the current Gabriel has time to raise his level.

Kieran Tierney might be wondering what’s going on tonight. Last weekend, Arteta used Tomiyasu on the wrong side – his side – at left-back, which I assumed would bring Mohamed Salah on his strong foot. But Sinisterra hardly requested the same ruling, suggesting that Tierney might now be the third choice.

Chelsea players have ‘Get Well, Emma’ on the back of their training peaks, As a letter to the women’s team manager who is on vacation with illness. We echo it – Champion Hayes.

So why don’t we say ‘Manchester’ and ‘Newcastle’ then? asks Mike Daniels. Why insist that Manchester have Debs on United?

Er, because another team – playing today as well – has ‘Manchester’ as its first name, not another team that uses ‘Newcastle’. It’s not deep, I promise.

“Good evening Daniel, good evening all round, from Louis Cloudy,” begins M. Jackson. “In this match between Manchester United and Newcastle United, I would choose a hybrid player, United player if I wanted: 50% Roy Keane and 50% Alan Shearer. Your side will give 110% against the opposition and 120% in fights between them. Otherwise I will go with Nicky Butt.”

Meanwhile, Keith Briddle wonders “How about Harry Kane, striker, midfielder and goalkeeper. Or can Glenn Hoddle do the same and wear gloves at his extreme!”

Indeed, here he is, wearing gloves… and keeping a clean sheet at Old Trafford.

I just noticed Karne Choemica is on the bench with Chelsea against his old club. I really like what I saw of him, and would love to see him enter the pitch for a proper stretch today. Otherwise, this aspect looks a little strange – Gerrard will fantasize about his side beating Loftus-Cheek and Kovacic in midfield, and Mount is not at his best from the right.

behind ArsenalI said I was worried about their four backs, and so am I. I think they are all decent players, and Ben White in particular is doing a great job at right-back given that he is not a very good player. But it’s rare for a team to win the title without some of the best defenders, and I find Gabriel a bit excited.

Speaking of Kobe Mino – And please pay attention, I’m not saying this lightly. This is the greatest call-up of a player by introduction and title ever.

Kobbie Mainoo vs Sunderland U18s (30 minute cameo) #mufc #MUAcademy pic.twitter.com/nmaRQn15gc

— academyarena Utd (@academyarenaUTD) April 5, 2022

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Public Service Announcement: I know that both Manchester and Newcastle have the same nickname. But we’re covering four matches at once here, so please forgive me if I call one “United” and the other “Newcastle”, it’s nothing personal.

“He can play as a left-back, a right-back, he gets you a goal, he knows how to defend, he never gets injured and he’s a smart guy in the dressing room. “Dennis would be world class for me x11,” says Alex Newcombe of Irwin, Roy Keane’s roommate.

Well, let’s work our way through what these teams mean:

Steven Gerrard has another sarcasm in finding a successful XI, between Philippe Coutinho and Emmy Buendia for famous left winger Danny Ings, and Leon Bailey, while Graham Potter brings in Kai Havertz, Marc Cucurella and Ruben Loftus-Cheek for Kalidou Koulibaly, Jorginho and the seriously injured Rhys James.

Leeds bring in Luis Sinistera, who has returned from suspension and replaces Patrick Bamford. Arsenal not changed.

Man United miss Christian Eriksen and Scott McTominay, so Fred, who started in the middle of the week, is back in midfield again with Casemiro and Bruno Fernandes. At the back, Raphael Varane is ready to reclaim his place from Victor Lindelof, while in attack it is Jadon Sancho, not Marcus Rashford, Ronaldo and not Anthony Martial. Also of note is the presence of the local player, Kobby Mainoo on the bench – he looks ridiculously talented, an all-round midfielder with beautiful balance, skill and weight in passing. As for Newcastle, Eddie Howe brought Joelinton to Joywellock.

At St Mary’s, Southampton brought in Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Mohamed El Younosi in place of Ibrahima Diallo and Stewart Armstrong, while West Ham brought in Ben Johnson, Vladimir Koval and Emerson in place of Craig Dawson, Kurt Zouma and Pablo Fornals.

On Sky, Kevin de Bruyne was just asked which player he would pick if he had to collect XI for the same player. Patrick Vieira said – I’m not sure why because as amazing as he was, he was a midfield specialist. Now that you didn’t ask, I would choose between Steven Gerrard and Wayne Rooney but I’m leaning towards the latter because he’s a good goalkeeper. Feel free to tell me why I’m wrong.

Let’s get some difference…

Aston Villa: Martinez, Cash, Konsa, Mings, Louise, McGinn, Ings, Watkins, Young, Bailey, Ramsey. Subs: Olsen, Sanson, Buendia, Chambers, Nakamba, Bednarek, Coutinho, Dendoncker, Bogard.

Chelsea: Kepa, Shaluba, Silva, Kokurila, Mount, Kovacic, Loftus-Cheek, Chilwell, Havertz, Aubameyang, Sterling. Subs: Mendy, Jorginho, Pulisic, Bruja, Zacharias, Gallagher, Coulibaly, Azpilicueta, Chocowimica.

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Leeds United: Mysler. Christensen, Koch; Cooper, Strwick; Rocca, Adams; Aronson, Rodrigo, Harrison; Sinistra. Subs: Clayson, Aaling, Firpo, Bamford, Summerville, Llorente, Gillhardt, Greenwood, Clish.

Arsenal: Ramsdale. white, cross, gabriel, tomiasu; Barty, Shaka, Odegaard; Saka, Jesus, Martinelli. Subs: Turner, Tierney, Nketia, Holding, Cedric, Vieira, Luconga, Nelson, Marquinhos

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Manchester United: De Gea, Dalot, Varane, Martinez, Shaw, Fred, Casemiro, Sancho, Anthony, Fernandes, Ronaldo. Subs: Heaton, Lindelof, Rashford, Malacia, Belistry, Ilanga, Garnacho, Iqbal, Mino.

Newcastle United: Pope, Trippier, Brun, Putman, Shar, Longstaff, Guilinton, Guimarães, Murphy, Almiron, Wilson. Subs: Karius, Lascelles, Shelvey, Lewis, Target, Wood, Fraser, Willock, Anderson.

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Southampton: Pazono, Walker-Peters, Bella Ketchup, Salisu, Beyroud, Maitland-Niles, Ward-Prowse, Elyonosi, Aribo, Armstrong, Adams. Subs: McCarthy, Lianko, Caleta Carr, S Armstrong, Mara, Djenebo, Eduzzi, Diallo, and Larios.

West Ham: Fabianski, Koval, Johnson, Kehrer, Emerson, Cresswell, Suschek, Rice, Bowen, Paqueta, Skamka. Subs: Areola, Randolph, Fornals, Antonio, Lanzini, Downs, Ogbonna, Benrahma, Coventry.

Preamble

“Have your business done on the road, you better keep your left up” — immortal words to anyone old enough to remember the days when breakfast was the most important meal of the day, and not something best avoided by all the common-sense members of society, and when Our televised soccer halves weren’t booked with letters of our favorite altruistic “behing caaaantny.” However, this early afternoon series features a selection of pretty tasty games, so let’s jump into and dive into that sore part.

In Elland Road, Leeds Entertainment ArsenalThe league leaders have won three times in a row since losing while playing well at Old Trafford. Their defense still looks weak – perhaps too tough for a serious title challenge – but on the other hand, if Mikel Arteta’s team finds a reliable offensive style fluent enough to beat everyone else they should win twice, you never know.

In the meantime, we should see more of a contradiction in the aforementioned – her first league game in six weeks. Manchester United They’re nowhere near the best they could be, but they’re making a noticeable difference, and Thursday night’s Fergie time winner wouldn’t do them any harm. Despite this, Newcastle United are in good shape, looking proactive and his earnest invention a good match for a team still trying to accommodate a new way of doing things.

As if that wasn’t enough, old friends Steven Gerrard and Chelsea reunited with the former Villa under heavy pressure. It seems unlikely that his board will endure so many horrific setbacks, and although Chelsea are struggling with major injury problems, the fit players have settled well under Graham Potter.

Finally, West Ham, who have taken some time to start their season, visit Southampton, who have lost four in a row while looking like a serious relegation candidate.

And that means there’s a load going on, so stay tuned as we watch it unfold.

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