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Old 04-30-2012, 12:36 PM   #3
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A lot depends on Fergies inner thoughts. A draw will suit him as Utd have the much easier run-in with Swansea away and Sunderland at home. Neither are playing for anything anymore. City have Newcastle away with the Geordies looking for a European spot and QPR at home with them desperately trying to avoid the drop. So a cheeky wee draw would suit Utd far,far more than it would City.

On the other side though he's still gotta be hurting after the 6-1 gubbing last time around and might just go hell-for-leather to regain a bit of bragging rights.

PKs definately, for certain, 100% risky-free winning coupon* for tonight is Aguero 1st scorer/2-1 to Utd at 125-1(Ladbrokes) as I fancy Utd to pull out all the stops in the last 20-or-so minutes when they're 1-0 down.


*The term "definately, for certain, 100% risky-free winning coupon" does not infer any financial liability through loss on the taking up of PKs advice....other than his own cheeky wee fiver!
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