can chelsea or liverpool win the english barclays premier league cup this year?

India
February 1, 2009 4:16am CST
I think they can't.This year also Manchester United will win.Chelsea and Liverpool have to work hard and to get lucky.I am 99% sure that Arsenal can't win this year.At the starting of this season I thought Chelsea will regain their cup.But know I am not proceeding with that statement.They are becoming weaker.Liverpool shows magic always but, now they are also??????????????????????????? We can't say surely about anything in soccer, we can only predict.It's a type of game which can change its course in a second.
3 responses
• Malaysia
2 Feb 09
I think Manchester United will win diz season EPL But Liverpool n Chelsea still have chance N I'm sure That Manchester United will never walk alone to win EPL
@zamakh (518)
• South Korea
1 Feb 09
i think liverpool still have the chance. seeing them beating chelsea 2-0 just a few hours before, i think they have pretty good chance to catch up with Man Utd. happy mylotting mate!
@patbinc (57)
• Haiti
1 Feb 09
This season has taken an unpredictable turn...at the start of the season, Chelsea were showing lots of promise and Liverpool were on fire. Manchester United were limping, dropping points easily and Arsenal were a bit better/a bit solid. At that point everybody, including me, were predicting that Chelsea would regain the Premier League trophy and maybe reach the finals of the champions league. Now things have changed, Arsenal are definately out of the title race and if they lose three matches out of the remaining fixtures, then they will lose the automatic qualification spot to the Champions League. Chelsea are unconvincing, they've been in low gear since last year december and I'm not sure they shall ever get to top gear in this present campaign while Liverpool are slowly and surely fading away. The only two teams that have the steam and momentum that's needed to finish stronly is manchester United and Aston Villa. I would'nt be suprised if they finish in the top two, followed by Chelsea and Liverpool. But as you just said, soccer is unpredictable, so we can only wait to see as the drama unfolds.