Unprofessional Foul


October 4, 2009

The Sunday Bootroom: Battle of The Primary Colors

With Alonso gone Lampard shouldn't get a red card, right?

With Alonso gone Lampard shouldn't get a red card, right?

Reds. Blues. Liverpool. Chelsea.  These two English powers meet for the 758th time, more or less, in the past 5 years and the majority of these matches have had significant import.  Today’s match is no different.  Chelsea sit second in the table a point behind defending champion Manchester United, while Liverpool sit three points back of Spartak London.   Arsenal and Citeh, with results this week, can put themselves into a crowded pack at the top of the table, as well, thanks to Manchester United’s shocker yesterday.

It is still very early in the season but this match is of critical import to Liverpool, who have already lost twice in the league this year after only losing that many all of last season.  The Reds also had an abysmal showing midweek in a 2-0 loss to Fiorentina in Champions League play.  Prior to the CL loss, Liverpool looked to have found its form against the lesser lights of the Premier League.

Chelsea, after starting off  perfect in the league albeit with some less than stellar performances (Hull City, Stoke City), looked pedestrian in its loss to Wigan and narrow victory over Apoel Nicosia.  Chelsea’s foes, other than Spurs, have not been of the highest caliber, although by the transitive theory Chelsea should beat Manchester United 4-0 next month.  This match will be the first in a series of sterner challenges with a visit to Villa Park and Manchester United coming to the Bridge in the following four weeks, with a meet up with Stupid….Bolton.  The Blues need this result to get back on track.   

Chelsea will be without the services of Petr Cech due to a red card last week and Michael Ballack is doubtful with a calf injury.  Liverpool may have Javier Mascherano and Super Yossi Benayoun back from injury, which would be quite beneficial. 

So, let’s get our Crouching Torres, Hidden Goals on…Go Reds. 

After the jump, a schedule of select matches.

TV Schedule [click]

Sows Premier League

8:30 ET Arsenal v Blackburn Rovers
10:00 ET Everton v Stoke City
10:00 ET West Ham United v Fulham
11:00 ET Chelsea v Liverpool

Primera División of the Liga de Fútbol Profesional

11:00 ET Getafe VS Osasuna
11:00 ET Villarreal VS Espanyol
11:00 ET Xerez VS Málaga
11:00 ET Sporting Gijon VS Mallorca
11:00 ET Valladolid VS Athletic Bilbao
13:00 ET Racing Santander VS Valencia
15:00 ET Sevilla FC VS Real Madrid

9:00 ET Sampdoria VS Parma
9:00 ET Bologna VS Genoa
9:00 ET Cagliari VS Chievo Verona
9:00 ET Atalanta VS AC Milan
9:00 ET Siena VS Livorno
9:00 ET AS Roma VS Napoli
9:00 ET Fiorentina VS Lazio
14:45 ET Palermo VS Juventus


9:30 ET VfB Stuttgart VS Werder Bremen
11:30 ET Hertha Berlin VS Hamburg SV

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