A rather poor showing by the boys in all red on Thursday, but ultimately it was the poor finishing by the home side that validated Shen-Odamus and his bold prediction. Thus, 2 more Europa League fixtures have been added to the calendar, and the sprint toward the ultimate goal of Champions League football next season looks like this: 7 games in 3 weeks (22 days to be exact), 5 in the league and 2 huge semi-finals in the Europa League, that could very well end with one mega-fixture at the end of May vs. Chelsea, the meaning of which I'm not even going to dive into at this point, there's too much football to be played. With so much riding on each of these games, it's frustrating that nearly all of them (the Leicester game being the exception), WILL NOT be easily available on TV. We will be bumped from NBCSN this weekend for Liverpool, as well as Wednesday for the Manchester Derby, and likely for Chelsea v. Watford on the 4th. The Europa games are the Europa games (Spanish language / BRLive), and who knows which cable channel we'll end up on for the final game of the season. So much to play for, and yet sadly Rambo may have played his last game as a Gunner in Napoli, coming up lame with another hamstring strain. I hope it wasn't his last game, but we won't know more for a few days at least. So onward towards the weekend, one sec while I Google a less controversial graphic: This one will be on NBC Sports Gold in the US, anything less than 3 points at home will be a disaster, I'm afraid. Take care of business and let the rest of the cards fall where they may. COYG!!!