Weekly Sports Roundup #9 (03/04/23)

Weekly Sports Roundup #9 (03/04/23)

Last weeks round-ups


  • Guardiola's Man City rally from behind to thrash Liverpool 4-1, maintain pressure on Arsenal.
  • Man Utd's 2-0 defeat at St James's highlights their failure to sign a striker in January, exposing Weghorst's weaknesses.
  • Chelsea suffer defeat to Aston Villa, adding to their recent struggles and resulting in Graham Potter's dismissal.


  • Rajasthan Royals secure victory in their opening game against Sunrisers, powered by Jos Butler's explosive half-century.
  • Early on Jos Butler hit seven boundaries and three sixes in a whirlwind innings inside

Formula 1

  • The Australian Grand Prix was a thrilling spectacle with three red flags and three standing starts, intensifying the scrutiny on FIA.
  • Kevin Magnussen's controversial move at turn 2 prompted another red flag decision, leaving uncertainty over whether the track would be cleared in time for racing to resume. Despite potential time constraints, a red flag was thrown, wiping out drivers' advantages, including Max Verstappen's eight-second lead over Lewis Hamilton. The standing start that followed caused several collisions, resulting in four retirements and Carlos Sainz dropping out of the points. This decision sparked widespread debate.

This weeks round ups

Mens Golf Major: Masters Tournament

  • Venue: Augusta National, Georgia
  • Date 6-9 April
  • Rory McIlroy aims to achieve the career Grand Slam by adopting a "disciplined" strategy used by Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus at the Masters.
  • In his ninth attempt, the Northern Irishman strives to become the sixth player in history to secure victory in all four majors.
  • Amidst ongoing tensions between LIV and PGA, players from the breakaway LIV Golf Tour are reportedly planning a group celebration behind the 18th green at Augusta in the event that one of them secures victory in the Masters on Sunday.


This week we will focus on the countless Premier League matches taking place throughout the week:

Chelsea vs Liverpool 04/04/23

  • An important game for both teams.
  • Following Graham Potter's recent departure, it remains to be seen who who will fill the vacant spot on the bench for the upcoming match.
  • After suffering a defeat against a formidable City side last weekend, Liverpool seeks a win to keep their chances of reaching the top 4 alive.
  • Historically Chelsea has a better 1vs1 performance during this fixture.

Liverpool vs Arsenal 09/04/23

  • Historically, Arsenal has struggled against Liverpool at Anfield, making it a notoriously difficult stadium for them to play in.
  • If Arsenal manages to put up a better performance on the day and secure a victory, it could ignite excitement among their fans and strengthen their chances of winning the Premier League.
  • The return of Gabriel Jesus could prompt a reevaluation of Arsenal's attacking options, showcasing the strength and depth the club possesses in its offensive line.