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The Daily Hilario: Matchweek 31 continued

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Your daily dose of off-topic shenanigans.

The day has arrived. Battle for the fourth. Let the best team win and may the best team be Chelsea.

To all the people who will partake in pranks and stuff today:

Yer da


Terrible news for him and England as he just can’t seem to stop getting injured this season.


What could have been...


Joshua won, as was expected. He won on points and not by a knockout, which was not expected. The less said about the referee, the better but I’m going to say it anyway. This wasn’t an amateur fight however, the referee couldn’t stop himself from interfering unnecessarily.

He didn’t allow them to work inside on most instances and Joshua’s stamina (12 pounds lighter than the last match) and technique proved to be the difference in the end. I can’t wait for his fight against Wilder unless we’re going to have the same referee in that match as well.

“IBO, WBO, WBA, IBF. I’m not into the hype, let’s get the business done. Let’s see what the future holds, I’m down for whatever, whenever. Wilder let’s go baby, let’s go! I want Wilder. Or Fury. Get him [Wilder] in the ring and I’ll knock him spark out.”

-Anthony Joshua

FOOTBALL (all times GMT):
13.30: Premier League, 6th vs 19th: Arsenal vs Stoke City
16.00: Premier League, 5th vs 4th: CHELSEA vs Tottenham Hotspur
19.45: La Liga, 2nd vs 19th: Atlético Madrid vs Deportivo