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Mystic Jarv Sunday 13 September

Posted by Jarv on September 13, 2009

I’m not around this weekend so i’m writing this friday so i don’t yet know how i got on yesterday

Birmingham City V Aston Villa

It’s often said form goes out the window in Derbies, both teams are playing for local pride and bragging rights between friends,  at work and in the pub.

After a poor first week Villa have 2 wins from 3 games and are nicely placed in 8th with a game in hand on many of those above them. Birmingham have made a few decent signings and should have a handful of players back from injury. Unfortunately for blues fans i can see bragging rights going to the team wearing claret or possibly white depending on which kit Villa wear.

Mystic Jarv predicts 1-2 to Aston Villa

Birmingham City V Aston Villa Match Discussion

Fulham V Everton

After 2 losses Everton finally seem to have put Lescott out of their minds and firmly behind them, they notched their first win last time out, they’ve added John Heitinga to their defensive corps too.

Fulham have lost their last 3 games including the Uefa Cup and Andy Johnson is still a doubt for this game, they have their fair share of injuries this season already and for sauch a settled side last season that has to worry Hodgson. I think Everton will just edge this game and Fulham need to hope thier injuries improve soon and that the UEFA cup doesn’t end up being their downfall.

Mystic Jarv predicts 0-1 to Everton

Fulham V Everton Match Discussion

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