Weekly Sports Roundup #13 (02/05/23)

Weekly Sports Roundup #13 (02/05/23)

Last week's roundups


  • Manchester City delivered a commanding performance against Arsenal, securing a resounding 4-1 victory that propelled them to the top of the Premier League.
  • In a thrilling encounter, Tottenham mounted a stunning 2-0 comeback against Manchester United, ultimately earning a well-deserved 2-2 draw.

Formula 1

  • Red Bull continued their impressive form in the latest race, securing another impressive 1-2 finish on the podium
  • According to Toto Wolff, the team principal of Mercedes, Ferrari's Charles Leclerc is on his radar as a potential replacement for Lewis Hamilton, whose future with the team is uncertain. Leclerc's current contract with Ferrari runs until 2024, but Wolff sees him as a talented driver who could be a strong addition to the Mercedes team. However, Leclerc has clarified that he has not yet had any discussions with Wolff regarding a possible move to Mercedes.


  • The Madrid Open has witnessed some scintillating tennis, with rising star Carlos Alcaraz, American Taylor Fritz, Greek standout Stefanos Tsitsipas, and German powerhouse Alexander Zverev all securing their place in the round of 16.
  • Iga Swatek struggles but holds firm to enter the last eight.

This weeks round ups


This week we will focus on just one crucial premier League match

Arsenal vs Chelsea 02/05/23

  • Arsenal face a critical match against Manchester City, which could prove pivotal in determining whether they remain contenders in the title race.
  • A loss in this match would have significant consequences for Arsenal, as it would enable Manchester City to maintain their position at the top of the league table with a two-game cushion
  • Following Arsenal's loss to Manchester City, Mikel Arteta has confirmed that William Saliba will remain sidelined due to injury and will not be available for their upcoming match against Chelsea.
  • Despite taking the helm at Chelsea with the best of intentions, Frank Lampard's tenure as interim manager has been nothing short of disastrous, with the team suffering five consecutive defeats under his leadership.
  • Chelsea's recent performances on the pitch have been lackluster, with the team struggling to play cohesively and effectively as a unit.