The 2010/2011 season has been a rollercoaster at the bottom and the top of the English Premier League. With 8 points seperating the bottom 12 teams and 5 games left to play, this season looks like going down to the wire.
Blackpool have a defence with more leaks than a collander and are showing no signs of improvement.
West Ham should be too good to go down but have some really hard fixtures and I think they'll need a miracle on the last day of the season.
Wigan have a good chance of staying up but unless N'zogbia and Rodallega are firing on all cylinders they will go down and I think that Mick McCarthy has a stronger TEAM at Wolves
I think Blackpool will be there in the next season also.......
going down: West Ham, Wigan, Wolves....I really hope Blackpool will stay up though!
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