The perfect Saturday.

One in, Six to go.
With our beloved NUFC not taking to the pitch until tomorrow it leaves us looking on at the other fixtures with a keen interest.

Usually I pay little attention to the other results until they are in, but just for a bit of interest I thought I would sling up a new article where we can discuss the merits of the scores as they happen aswell as the repercussions and implications that each goal scored could have on our survival chances.

The first result is in, and it went in our favour as Everton beat Wolves 3-0 at Molineux. That’s back to back defeat for Wolves now as we beat them 4-1 last weekend. Seven goals conceded in two games in the run in of a Premier League survival battle is not ideal, and I feel that today could be a significant nail in their Premier League coffin.

What about the other games though? What would be the best results from a purely selfish, Newcastle United perspective. Let’s see.

Blackburn v Birmingham – A draw would probably be the best result for us in this game and would keep both sides four points away from us.

Bolton v West Ham – Bolton win, easily. This would keep West Ham in the bottom three.

Chelsea v Wigan – Pretty straightforward. Chelsea win. That would keep Wigan bottom of the table,

Man Utd v Fulham – Again an easy one to decide – home win. That would keep Fulham behind us, and a heavy defeat for Fulham would impact their goal difference and make our goal difference better in comparison.

Sunderland v West Brom – Draw probably, although ideally both sides would lose πŸ˜‰

Tottenham v Stoke – Tottenham win. That would keep Stoke behind us.

Basically, if the teams below us fail to gain then even if we lose against Aston Villa tomorrow it would keep the gap between us and the rest of the pack the same, but with one game less to play.

Finger crossed!

242 thoughts on “The perfect Saturday.

  1. djg so you have never took any medicen that has been tested on animals ❓ none of your girlfriends or boy friends wear makeup ❓

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  2. Thats not the same thing though. Im not a hippie or a vegetarian or anything, I just don’t like seeing animals being killed for sport. If a cow is killed humanely and then the food is eaten I don’t mind.
    These horses are flogged to death, some suffer the effects of dehydration and suffer heart attacks at the end ect. Footballers have a choice and push themselves as hard or soft as they like, the horses don’t have a choice. If one died every 10 years in an accident fair enough. But thats NOT what happens, the national is 4 1/2 miles with HUGE dangerous jumps. There is a race organiser with tarpaulin and a shotgun standing behind the jumps because they know horses are gonna be fataly injured every year. Why don’t they make the jumps a bit safer.

    What will happen aswell is a jockey will get killed, I see there is a lad in hospital who is seriously injured from this weekend actually.

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  3. djg πŸ˜† try reading up aboot the natinol ,they have made it a lot safer over the years ,answer my question do any of your girlfriends or boy friends wear make up ,and you think shooting an animal through the head is ok even though they some times dont die straight away ❓

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  4. DJG >>> . You say 36 footballers have died, no they haven’t I can’t remember any actually dieing of injuries sustained while playing. People dieing in accidents in these other sports is very rare and unfortunate.<<< you owe me an apoligey

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  5. DJG and as for making the race safer ,they have made it alot safer over the years ,do you think they should make motor racing safer like having no higher than a 50cc engine in the cars and bikes ,it would make it alot safer would it not ❓

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  6. batty most cosmetic products are not tested on animals anymore and haven’t been for years. Animals killed for food in the UK have to be in a licenced abettoir where they are killed instantly. Anyway Ive said it before and I’ll say it again, that has got nothing to do with this arguement. I am talking about killing animals for sport and peoples entertainment.

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  7. DJG
    Posted April 10, 2011 at 10:12 AM
    batty most cosmetic products are not tested on animals anymore and haven’t been for years. Animals killed for food in the UK have to be in a licenced abettoir where they are killed instantly. Anyway Ive said it before and I’ll say it again, that has got nothing to do with this arguement. I am talking about killing animals for sport and peoples entertainment.<<<<< πŸ˜† if you beleive that you realy are dumb ,and as for killing horses for sport your talking shite as per usual ,they were accidents

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  8. and of course it has alot too do with it ,testing cosmetics on animals just so some men and women can look and smell better ,now that is cruel

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    batty they don’t test cosmetics on animals anymore. Go to your bathroom. Most of the bottles will say dermatologically tested on them, they are tested on people not animals. πŸ™‚

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