Your Running Commentary

Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

The 2012 season comes to a close on Sunday, with only the Premier League in action this weekend. With only two matches today, the action will be light on the final gameday of the year.

The morning opens with two clubs that have seen their 2012-2013 season share a similar pattern, as both Everton and Chelsea started off strong, then faded for a few weeks. Both clubs have returned to their strong play, with just one loss in the month of December between the two. Everton, on a seven-match unbeaten streak, will host the Blues at Goodison Park, with an opportunity to move ahead of them into fourth in the league standings.

While that match features two clubs looking to find their way into the upper echelon of the league, the second match features two struggling clubs looking to close their disappointing 2012 as they head into the new year. Liverpool, losers of two of their past three matches, will look to rebound from a 3-1 trouncing at the hands of Stoke City last week.

Meanwhile, at the bottom of the standings throughout most of the season, Queens Park Rangers will hope to inch closer to moving above the relegation line, as they sit on ten points heading into their twentieth match. At 1-3-2 in six matches, the Hoops are not off to the start they hoped to achieve under new manager Harry Redknapp.

If you will be watching today’s action, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today’s soccer TV schedule is after the jump):

8:30am- Fox Soccer Channel/Fox Deportes- Everton vs. Chelsea

11am- Fox Soccer Channel/Fox Deportes- Queens Park Rangers vs. Liverpool

11:59pm- FoxSoccer2Go.com- Everton vs. Chelsea (delay)

11:59pm- FoxSoccer2Go.com- Queens Park Rangers vs. Liverpool (delay)

  • deepvalue

    FSC’s graphic said Pienaar scores first for Arsenal. Oops. They took it down quickly. Good game so far.


  • wilyboy

    Really, Lampard? Possibly the last thing you do in a Chelsea shirt is to score two goals against my club? I don’t know what to think. If he’d been on the bench, we would have won. I’m speechless.


  • Dudester

    Sterling looks like he’s hit a wall, being run into the ground by Rodgers.He hardly runs at anybody.Not the same energy we saw at the beginning of the season.On another note Fulham fans must be relishing seeing Qpr play this awful the entire season


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