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Premier League Matchday, Week 25 Sunday

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After an enthralling Saturday, we finish up with two more unpredictable matches in this most exciting of Barclays Premier League seasons.

Bournemouth are surging, but will they have enough for the Gunners?
Bournemouth are surging, but will they have enough for the Gunners?
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Well, Saturday's games are behind us now and how about those high flying Leicester City Foxes continuing to astound the doubters with a 3-1 thrashing of Manchester City at the Etihad. It sure looks like they will be there at the end.

Now we turn to the two matches on Sunday.

AFC Bournemouth hosts Arsenal in the early match.
Then old foes battle, Manchester United travel to play Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Arsenal has fallen to their old ways of losing points that they should win, tying Southampton at home, Tuesday in a scoreless home effort. Mesut Ozil, once the fantasy darling and Player of the Year candidate has fallen into poor form. Alexis Sanchez is finally healthy and ready to perform. Can they deliver or will Bournemouth continue to surprise with their new additions of Benik Afobe and Juan Iturbe?

Can Chelsea summon some pride following their own 0-0 tie at Watford? Eden Hazard has been a season long disappointment, but Chelea's defense has been stepping up. Manchester United delivered three goals against Stoke. Wayne Rooney appears to have regained his scoring touch, having been moved up top to striker.

So, which players need to perform for your sides today on your way to fantasy glory. I added Wayne Rooney to my official game squad this week and he needs to deliver the goods for me to defeat Gavin in our head to head contest. And yes, both he and I are still holding on to Ozil.

Anyway, cheers to all. Let's hear from you with your scores and who you have left to play today!

Charles