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Have Your Say on the Title Race!

Sunday 2nd May could go down in the record books as the day the Premier League title was decided.

At 18:00 hours tonight we may well have a clearer indication of whether the title will be staying at Old Trafford or whether it`ll be returning south to Stamford Bridge.

The scene is set for a fascinating days football, a day the Premier League hasn`t witnessed for many a year.

The fun, if you can call it that, starts at 13:30 when Chelsea kick-off against Liverpool at Anfield and continues at 16:00 when United kick-off against Sunderland.

In a first for this site, we`re giving you the opportunity to have your say on the title race as it unfolds my opening up this article for you to post your comments in the box below.

How do you predict the day will turn out?

Who will be the heroes?

Who will be the villains?

Or will we all be none the wiser come 18:00 hours this evening?

The blank canvas is yours, please feel free to contribute.

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday May 2 2010

Time: 12:21PM

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I reckon today could well be pivotal, Sunderland could shock you lot!
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02/05/2010 12:29:00

Chelsea to win, the rags to win with everything being decided on the final day. Not what Chelsea and yoonited fans want, but certainly more exciting for the rest of us.
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02/05/2010 13:16:00

Come on you Scousers!!
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02/05/2010 14:01:00

You can always trust Gerrard, a true ABU, saw his lips move as he passed to Drogba, "PHOOK the scummers" he said.
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02/05/2010 14:39:00

Come on sunderland!!
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02/05/2010 15:30:00

After Chelseas win, I think the boys might be a bit demoralised. Not sure we'll beat sunderland now.
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02/05/2010 15:42:00

C'mon Bent.. C'mon Campbell
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02/05/2010 15:47:00

catch us if you can folks :-)
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02/05/2010 16:58:00

dont test fate merlin,utd might get their hands on our pre match meals.
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02/05/2010 23:31:00

seymour lol!! He even put up the "V" sign.
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02/05/2010 23:32:00

Is ours to lose and has always been. Can't see us doin that now. Up the Chels!!!! A CAREFREE BLUE!!!!!!!
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03/05/2010 05:02:00

Oh well!! Stevie ME has done us again! Maybe he is already agreed for a move!
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03/05/2010 07:31:00


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