New Year Premier League Fixtures: More games from the Premier League festive season. This time we feature both top-of-the-table clashes and relegation six pointers from two sets of matches over the New Year holidays.
Some very big derbies this weekend feature on languagecaster’s football predictions. United and City in England; St Etienne host Lyon in France while the Athens derby sees the ‘eternal enemies’ face each other.
This week’s predictions sees two dramatic city derbies: Atletico take on Real in the Madrid battle, while Juventus play Torino in Serie A. There are also top-of-the-table clashes in England and Germany as well as the MLS Cup final
Another big London derby, the biggest game in Brazil- Vasco-Flamengo – a top-of-the table clash in Germany, and Damian and Damon’s teams face each other in this week’s languagecaster predictions.
Big games this weekend, including the Rome derby in Italy, Man City take on Spurs while Chelsea and Liverpool face each other in the Premier League.
Big matches this weekend in England with Chelsea taking on Manchester United, while Everton and Liverpool face each other in the first Mersey derby of the season. But the biggest game this weekend sees the return of Argentina’s ‘el Superclásico’ for the first game between River Plate and Boca Juniors in over 14 months
Liverpool-Man Utd and Man City-Arsenal: This week we feature three games from the Premier League including what should be an intensive game between Liverpool and Manchester United.
Languagecaster are hosting a Euro 2012 prediction competition with Amazon book tokens as prizes. Which team do you think will win the Euros? Can Spain retain the trophy? Will German finally deliver? Can an outsider like Ireland do well? What about dark horses Portugal, Russia or France? Or maybe even England? Join our prediction competition and maybe you can win some prizes.
On this week’s predictions we focus on semi-finals: The FA Cup and Champions League semi-finals. Will we see Damon and Damian’s teams in the final at Wembley in May?
Listen to damian and Damon discuss the big matches this weekeend:Liverpool and Cardiff battle it out for the Carling Cup; the North London derby also takes place this weekend, while there are huge matches in Spain and Germany as well as a mouth-watering game between the top two in Italy.
On this week’s predictions we feature games from Spain’s La Liga, as well as some of the big Champions League matches taking place next week.
On this week’s predictions we feature some of the big games from the European Championship qualifiers – teams are trying to reach the finals in Poland/Ukraine in 2012 – as well as some games from the Asian qualifying section for the 2014 Brazil World Cup.
The European football season is back and so on this week’s predictions – the first of the 2011-12 season – Damon and Damian predict some of the big footballing battles that take place this week. The main focus is on the Premier League but there are also games from the Bundesliga and the qualifying round of the Champions League.
[print_link] | Subscribe: Predictions This week we take a look at some of the main qualifiers from the 2012 European Championships and wonder whether Wales can cause an upset against England or if Spain will continue their march towards retaining their title. You can listen to the predictions on our show and leave your predictions […]
[print_link] | Subscribe: Predictions This week, we have the opening game in the Japanese J-League 2011 season, the big North West derby in the Premier League, the Bundesliga and a fight for the 3rd Champions League place, a clash between two giants of Italian football, the Argentinian Primera División and the European Champions League. You […]
[print_link] | Subscribe: Predictions Only the English Premier League have fixtures over the festive period and we have chosen 6 of the biggest games that will take place from the 26th-28th December in our weekly predictions battle. Listen to our predictions on the weekly languagecaster.com podcast, and leave your’s below. Check out some language used […]