Sinking Swans and Riverside Regrets

Apr 10, 2017, 04:15 PM

50 50 football oscillates wildly between the positive and negative this week as every point counts for so much in The Premier League.

Guto Llewelyn from The Jack Cast is as despondent as they come as Swansea lose again to make it four defeats out of five. We get his thoughts on the latest bad result at West Ham and what The Swans need to do to get themselves out of the relegation zone.

Much chirpier is Tyrone Marshall, Burnley FC reporter at The Lancashire Telegraph as The Clarets cap a good week with a point at the Riverside. Now sitting on 36 points, just one from the top half of the table, Tyrone explains how being predictable has helped Burnley in an unpredictable league, and why they can afford to look up rather than down for the remainder of the season.

Leicester City might have lost at the weekend but Pete Selby from For Fox Sake is in dreamland as he heads to Madrid for a Champions League quarter final against Atletico. He discusses how The Foxes have got their mojo back at just the right time and his hopes to stay in the tie long enough to allow the roar of The King Power Stadium to take affect.

Finally it is dark times at The Riverside as the lowest scorers in the league play out another scoreless game against Burnley. Hayley McQueen from Sky Sports and The Offside Rule podcast tells us what has improved since Steve Agnew took over, even if the results have stayed largely the same and what straws can be clutched from the fixtures between now and the end of the season.