Arsene's Plan To Not Defend Set Pieces Fails, Lallana Might Have Cost Liverpool The Champions League, And Alli In Penalty-Winning Shock
Let's start in an unexpected way today. Just imagine how bad Sunderland against Burnley must have been to watch. 0-0 must have been the most guaranteed result of the day. It's nice to see Jermain Defoe back in the England squad though, if only as a reward for putting up with only being passed the ball about 25 times this season.
If it really is the Premier League's worst-kept secret, then it's a sorry curtain that descends on a great season. Quique Sanchez Flores is a descendent of a famous ballerina. His godfather was the supremely brilliant Alfredo di Stefano. He knows what it takes to entertain.
With this uncertainty, there is more space than ever for a rank outsider to make a charge for the squad. Here, I pick my five men right on the fringes of national duty that I am backing to impress the grand owl of England in these crucial months:
Brentford and Doncaster Rovers delivered a final day finale to rival Michael Thomas' winner in 1989, Jimmy Glass saving Carlisle