It’s very easy to see why the bottom six are entirely opposed to playing games on neutral grounds when refreshing one’s memory of the fIxtures some of them are facing.
Amid all the to-ing and fro-ing over what happens next, it’s the players at the bottom who have to go out and face some of the most vital games in their personal histories in the middle of a global pandemic
So we took the time this morning to check out which each of the bottom six face and if anyone can make head or tail of whether they should vote to continue or not good luck given the neutral ground proposition.
Starting from the bottom here’s how the fixture list looks for the remaining nine games should they ever get played and whether they were originally at home or away!:
Southampton (home), Everton (home), Man United (home), Arsenal (away), Brighton (home) Watford (away). Irons (home), Burnley (home), Manchester City.
CandH max points 6 TOTAL 27 RELEGATED
Sheffield United ( h) Chelsea (h), Newcastle (a) Wolves (h), Liverpool (a) Man U (h), Palace (h) Everton (a) Arsenal (h), Irons (a)
CandH max points 5 TOTAL 30 RELEGATED
Palace (h), Wolves a), Newcastle (h), Man U (a), Spurs (h), Leicester (h) (Man City (a) Southampton (h), Everton (a).
CandH max points total 4 TOTAL 31 RELEGATED
Leicester (h), Burnley (a) Southampton (h), Chelsea (a), Norwich (h), Newcastle (h), Irons (a), Manchester City (h), Arsenal (a).
CandH Max points 6 TOTAL 33
Wolves (h), Spurs (a), Chelsea (h), Newcastle (a), Burnley (h), Norwich (a), Watford (h), Man U (a) A Villa (h)
CandH max points 9 TOTAL 36
Arsenal (h), Leicester (a), Man U (h), Norwich (a), Liverpool (h), Man City (h), Southampton(a), Newcastle (h), Burnley (a)
CandH max points 5 TOTAL 33
AND WHY WOULDN’T I BE GENEROUS TO THE IRONS? 🙂