Portsmth Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Asmir Begovic 0
Anthony Vanden Borre 0
Younes Kaboul 0
Aaron Mokoena 0
Nadir Belhadj 0
Michael Brown 0
Hayden Mullins 0
Richard Hughes * 0
Tommy Smith * 0
Frederic Piquionne * 0
Niko Kranjcar 0
Jamie Ashdown 0
Nwankwo Kanu
(Sub)
0
Angelos Basinas 0
David Nugent
(Sub)
0
John Utaka
(Sub)
0
Joel Ward 0
Hermann Hreidarsson 0
Man City Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Shay Given 0
Micah Richards * 0
Kolo Toure 0
Joleon Lescott 0
Wayne Bridge 0
Shaun Wright-Phillips 0
Stephen Ireland * 0
Gareth Barry 0
Craig Bellamy 0
Emmanuel Adebayor 0
Carlos Tevez 0
Stuart Taylor 0
Nedum Onuoha 0
Pablo Zabaleta
(Sub)
0
Robinho 0
Martin Petrov 0
Nigel de Jong
(Sub)
0
Vladimir Weiss 0

Premier League Fixtures

Saturday, 25 April 2015
12:45
So'ton v Tottenham  
15:00
Burnley v Leicester  
C Palace v Hull City  
Newcastle v Swansea  
QPR v West Ham  
Stoke v S'land  
W Brom v Liverpool  
17:30
Man City v A Villa  
Sunday, 26 April 2015
13:30
Everton v Man Utd  
16:00
Arsenal v Chelsea  
Tuesday, 28 April 2015
19:45
Hull City v Liverpool  
Wednesday, 29 April 2015
Leicester v Chelsea  

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