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Hi there. It's lovely to be back, it really is.

And what a weekend to come back to. Today, on this wonderful Saturday of football, we've got Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United in action as the Premier League title race enters the home straight.

There are seven top flight games in all, and a big old Football League programme to boot.

I'm so excited, and I just can't hide it.

I'm not even sure why I went away in the first place.
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posted Apr 3, 2010

Come on UTD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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posted Apr 3, 2010

BBC Sport, why are you using a thread that is a week old?

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posted Apr 3, 2010

Think Hansen called it right. It was 60/40 in Utd's favour - Rooney's absence shifts it to 50/50. Perfectly poised for a tight contest.

It might not be game of the season, but you won't be able to take your eyes off it. As always with matches between the big 4, the smart money has to be on one a piece.

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comment by Mr Red (U10668896)

posted Apr 3, 2010

Come on Chelsea!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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posted Apr 3, 2010

If this games ends in a draw it will not be the biggest game of anyone's season well maybe Arsenal. This game has been unispiring in recent years with the Champions League final recently being the exception. I expect a draw would be fine with Ancelotti and Fergie if you offered it right now. This is not the biggest game of the season for either club to be honest.

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posted Apr 3, 2010

1145: Let's not beat around the bush: Manchester United v Chelsea is the biggest game of this Premier League season. I defy you to argue.

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All right, I will. winkeye

Oldham vs Gills. Winner stays in League one. High time the Gills shook this hoodoo curse of not winning away this season.

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posted Apr 3, 2010

I still think United can beat Chelsea without Rooney. Fletcher and Park in midfield has to happen. Hargo featuring would be great.

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posted Apr 3, 2010

I hope another day for the return Hargo. Been ages since I heard that curley hair too song at the bar.

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posted Apr 3, 2010

Man Utd have played 11 times without Wayne Rooney during his time at Old Trafford. They have won 10 out of those 11 times.

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posted Apr 3, 2010

comment by norwich_4_championship (U9666353)
posted Just Now
Man Utd have played 11 times without Wayne Rooney during his time at Old Trafford. They have won 10 out of those 11 times
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ah but was that back in the days when he was a bit part to the Ronaldo show?

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