Welcome to the final part of our five-part series of Revolution-related predictions for the upcoming season. Yesterday, we gave our predictions for where the team will finish in the Eastern Conference in 2017. Today, our writers take a slightly different approach: a modest proposal for what the Revolution should try to do differently in 2017.
Welcome to the fourth of a five-part series of Revolution-related predictions for the upcoming season. Yesterday, we gave our take on whether 2017 will be a make-or-break season for coach Jay Heaps and general manager Michael Burns. Today, our writers weigh in on where the team will finish in the Eastern Conference this year.
Welcome to the third of a five-part series of Revolution-related predictions for the upcoming season. Yesterday, we gave our predictions for the team's defensive MVP. Today, our writers weigh in on whether 2017 is a make or break season for coach Jay Heaps and general manager Michael Burns.
Welcome to the second of a five-part series of Revolution-related predictions for the upcoming season. Yesterday, we gave our predictions for the Golden Boot winner. Today, our writers weigh in on who they believe will be the team's defensive MVP in 2017.
As the 2016 MLS regular season gets ready to kick off, predictions on how things will shake out over the course of the next nine months are flying left and right.Who'llbe the next Sebastian Giovinco? Which team will come out on top in December? Ask 10 different people, and you'll likely get 10 different answers.
It's that time of year again. Time for you to deftly remove yourself from your tenterhooks people, for Pies are about to lay down a platter full of succulent, meaty predictions for the 2016/17 Premier League season.
There's really no need to go back and check last year's offering because they were all spot on as per usual.
Leicester City lost away at Arsenal last time out and hope to get their improbable (at the start of the season) title charge back on track at home to struggling Norwich.
Arsenal have the tougher game away to Manchester United at Old Trafford. This is a tough game to call as Arsenal have a poor record at Old Trafford but United are wracked by injuries and Thursday night in the Europa League apart, struggling to find the net.
In what is turning out to be the most unpredictable season in ages, Arsenal lead Leicester City only on goal difference ahead of Manchester City and Spurs.
In the chasing pack, Manchester United, who are sixth, will be hoping to repeat their win at Anfield last season, in a match that saw Steven Gerrard sent off, just seasons after coming on as a substitute.
Chelsea's 2-1 loss to league leaders Leicester in the Monday night game meant the end for Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, as Chelsea's season went from bad to worse with last season's champions now only one point above the drop zone. Guus Hiddink looks set for his second term in charge as caretaker until the end of the season.
The Premiership resumes after the break for Euro 2016 play-off matches, World Cup 2018 qualifying matches and international friendlies.
The French national anthem will be played before all Premier League games this weekend in remembrance of the events in Paris on Friday 13th, when over a 120 people were killed in an Islamist terrorist attack.
Under fire Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho takes on Jurgen Klopp in the Premiership's big match.
Leaders Manchester City are at home against Norwich who have begun to ship goals of late. It's difficult to see any other result than a home win. Manchester United travel to Selhurst Park and a tricky fixture with Crystal Palace, who themselves took a hammering in the League Cup from City.
With D.C. United in Panama, the results are anyone's guess. But we try anyways!
D.C. United is on Panama tonight, where Chad Ashton and company will take on Arabe Unido in United's opening match of the 2015-2016 Concacaf Champions League. Here are our predictions, give us yours in the comments!
We are all confident about D.C. United's abilities tonight.
D.C. United have a midweek game tonight, in the middle of an onslaught of soccer games. We're all very confident, which is a bad sign for United's actual result; leave your predictions in the comments!
Even playing on limited rest against a Fire team that had an off week, hopefully an old like Chris Rolfe can return home with a bit of a chip on his shoulder still against the team from Bridgeview and make things less than optimal for the home squad.
The heat is a worry when D.C. United take on the New England Revolution. It is United's last home game in a month, so we hope that they can put on a good performance. Let us know what you think will happen in in the comments!
After witnessing the Open Cup victory in Pittsburgh Wednesday night, I wonder if we've seen sort of a reboot of the offense that has sputtered the past couple games.
THIS SUMMER PROVED AGAIN HOW USELESS THE 'EXPERTS' ARE "We are not going there on an excursion," insisted Portugal coach Fernando Santos. "We are going there to win!" Cue the smirks from the assembled press at the pre-Euro 2016 conference. Looking back at this summer's big European tournament, we can all we so maddeningly wise after the event, convinced now having read the statistics at leisure that the best team all along won it in the end.
It shouldn't be a surprise that the Sounders have high quality, but this is a good reminder.
Every year the staff of this here website thingy is polled about our predictions for the upcoming year. We are often bullish on the season and players. That's not unique, we're all fans of the team who pay more attention to Seattle than any other MLS side.
With the 2016 MLS season starting this Sunday, we gave our predictions on what this season will bring for the Union.
I asked the staff here at The Brotherly Game for some predictions about the Philadelphia Union's upcoming season. It's been a fascinating off-season that has seen the team rebuilt almost from the ground up.
Leicester City are clear at the top of the Premiership and beginning to dream of an improbable title. The favorites remain Manchester City in second place who The Foxes face at the Etihad in the big game this weekend with Spurs and Arsenal also still in the race.
In the chasing pack, Manchester United, who are now fifth, take on Guus Hiddink's Chelsea in a Sunday game at Stamford Bridge, in a match they must win to have any chance of reigniting any fading hopes of challenging for the title themselves for which they are now placed at 33/1 with the bookies.
Week 21 predictions are ready; last week's scores are not.
Due to an incredibly busy week at work and future in-laws coming to visit this weekend, your MPG moderator has not had the time to calculate the scores yet for Week 20. We shall make our predictions for this weekend's games as normal, and next week's leaderboard will include the scores from the two prior weeks.
It's always a challenging task to make predictions given the unpredictability of the sport of soccer. One mistake or one piece of brilliance can be the difference between losing and winning. But make predictions we must, and we've assembled an all-star crew of World Soccer Talk writers to share their predictions with you.