I'm not sure its wise to predict anything from any of these games. If you look at recent form, ours is probably better than Burnley's and if they had their 2 strikers out for most of the season like they have at the moment, I very much doubt they be near the top.
Yes but its a bonus that if Wigan drop points in their next game we look at the table and see 2 possible places as a pose to 3 or 4 teams chasing one, which was the case a few games ago before Wigan's inconsistency set in. Rosler was chopping and changing with the FA Cup in mind and whilst that's understandable, it could end up backfiring slightly.
I hear you, I know where you are coming from. I feel Watford have underachieved somewhat though, Almen Abdi is back for them after a long-term foot injury and has hit some form. I think its the pressure of playing a tough team away knowing that losing could be a big blow. A result against Watford would be a massive boost for Bournemouth I think. A loss puts added pressure on Bournemouth which may affect us. We seem to have a 'bring it on' mentality though.
Fine player, its strange really, that you see certain midfielders such as Cleverley staying at Man Utd and players like Drinkwater just get let go easily. Not that Leicester is Man Utd, nor am I saying it was a bad decision, just strange what they see in some players compared to others.
Cheers for being the man to bring back great times to the club after years of tedium and often disarray, winning promotion with a reasonably small budget after keeping up a side that looked all but in League 1 before you arrived
If its such a distraction, play the kids. Swansea have played most of their first team squad and had a real crack at it which is good for the competition. However you can't then complain its a distraction if you're playing players like Williams and Bony in all the games, especially when some are such a long way away. They may not have the biggest squad but it could be a good way of giving younger players experience whilst still playing some of the more experienced players.