Friday, October 30, 2020

21:00WolverhamptonCrystal Palace

Saturday, October 31, 2020

13:30Sheffield UnitedManchester City
18:30LiverpoolWest Ham

Sunday, November 1, 2020

13:30Aston VillaSouthampton
17:30Manchester UnitedArsenal

Monday, November 2, 2020

18:30FulhamWest Brom

***NOTE: All stats on this post are derived from the last 4 game week.

Son Heung-Min

Next FixtureBrighton
Point Per GW10.8 pts

Ben Chilwell, Bamford and four others listed among the WATCHLIST (Full List).

Mohammed Salah

Next FixtureWest Ham
Point Per GW6.8 pts

Harry Kane

Next FixtureBrighton
Point Per GW10.5 pts

Below are players you could watch out for and we assumed could perform well in the Premier League Game Week 7.

You can join The Pace League on FPL and compete with other managers and stand a chance to win every week.


Patrick Bamford

Next FixtureLeicester
GW6 Point17 pts

Wilfried Zaha

Next FixtureWolverhampton
GW6 Point13

Ben Chilwell

Next FixtureBurnley
GW6 Point6

Phil Foden

Next FixtureSheffield United
GW6 Point6

Sadio Mane

Next FixtureWest Ham
GW6 Point8

Harry Kane

Next FixtureBrighton
GW6 Point5

The police in Lagos on Tuesday has arrested over 500 suspects for their involvement in last week’s violence.

The Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu revealed that during the chaos in the state, six policemen and four others were reported dead.

He added that more than 35 police officers were injured; 16 police stations were touched and 13 vandalised by hoodlums who hijacked the #EndSARS protests.

Among those arrested were those who allegedly participated in the burning of Oyingbo BRT buses and Television Continental (TVC) offices.

The six policemen killed are Assistant Superintendent Yard Edward, attached to Denton Police Station; Inspector Olayinka Erinfolami of the defunct Anti-Kidnapping Unit (AKU); Inspector Adegbenro Aderibigbe, attached to Meiran Division, Sergeant Abejide Abiodun of Department of Operations (DOPs), State Headquarters and two others attached to Orile Division.

Odumosu said 58 police vehicles were burnt and 13 vandalised; 62 vehicles belonging to individuals and those connected with some pending cases (exhibits) were burnt and nine other vehicles vandalised by the hoodlums in police premises.

The Commissioner of Police said 15 motorcycles and tricycles were torched and 65 vandalised at various locations within the state.

“Thirteen formations were vandalised, among which were Ojo and Ojodu Stations. Police posts burnt include Cele, llogbo-Elerin, Shibiri, defunct Anti-Cultism office, Gbagada; defunct SARS Office Onilekere, Makoko, Daleko, Ashamu, Makinyo, Amuwo-Odofin; defunct Anti-Kidnapping Office, Surulere and old SARS Office Ajegunle.

“During the unrest, the police posts that were vandalised by the hoodlums included PPL, Mowo, Morogbo, Ikota and Mawa police posts.

“Some private facilities, as well as other investments that were partly torched and vandalised/looted, include the Oba of Lagos’ Palace; Television Continental (TVC) at Ikosi-Ketu; Access Bank, GTBank and Ebeano Supermarket at Victoria Island; The Nation office at Fatai Atere Street, Mushin; Shoprite Malls at Ajah, LTV 8, Alausa, Ikeja, Surulere; Samsung outlet at Apple Roundabout, Festac; Shoprite at Festac, Samsung Office Oyingbo, etc.

“However, some of the looted items from these outlets/offices have been recovered.

“Based on these incidences, the command was able to arrest a total of 520 suspects for various offences ranging from arson, robbery, murder, rioting, malicious damage, and unlawful possession of firearms,” Odumosu said.

by Macaulay Jamiu

…Set to observe candle-light in remembrance of deceased Bet9ja Manager

It’s a sad day to residents of Benson Bus stop, Ajenifuja, others as cult groups macheted the Bet9ja Manager on his street.

It’s reported that, this man was an innocent, wasn’t initially a cultist but when the cult groups were raiding – scouting for their opponents who could be the next victims, and also to however count scores, he’s unfortunately attacked and killed at his residence at Benson Bus stop in Ikorodu.

Prior to the crisis that erupted in less than an hour ago at Sabo, Garage and Benson Bus stop, all the market women, hawkers, etc have been notified, warmed to stay indoor, not to open due to the ‘candle-light’ and the probe into the ‘unjust killing’ which have been planned to commence today.

As soon as the crisis broke out, passers-by, residents, street hawkers and sellers of different commodities (wares) [quickly] ‘took clean pair of their heels.’ The hoodlums ‘had no mercy’ at that ‘material mement’ but the Community Security called, ‘Onyabo’ swiftly interrupted so as to restore peace, sanity.

Residents of Benson Bus stop are very much aware of the proposed activities in honour of the Manager of Bet9ja.

Some youths at Oworo area of Lagos State has sent out some messages to the entire police force.

The young group of people has placed several banner at some strategic point at Olojojo bus/stop at Oworo.

This was made known after Dr Olufunmilayo shared some images on his Twitter timeline.

See more photos below…

Cross River South Senatorial district representative, Gershom Henry Basseyʼs house has been invaded by hoodlums.

Report reaching TPN shows that after looting his households items, the house was set on fire.

See video below…

Friday, October 23, 2020

Aston Villa00Leeds
Patrick Bamford (55, 67, 74)

Saturday, October 24, 2020

West Ham11Manchester City
Michail Antonio (18)Phil Foden (51)
Fulham12Crystal Palace
Tom Cairney (90+5)Jairo Riedewald (8)
Wilfried Zaha (64)
Manchester United00Chelsea
Liverpool21Sheffield United
Roberto Firmino (41)
Diogo Jota (64)
Sander Berge (13) PEN

Sunday, October 25, 2020

James Ward-Prowse (27)
Che Adams (35)
Raul Jimenez (80)Jacob Murphy (89)
Arsenal01Leicester City
Jamie Vardy (80)

Monday, October 26, 2020

Brighton11West Brom
Jake Livermore (40) OGKarlan Grant (83)
Son Heung-Min (76)

Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari finally addressed the nation following the #EndSARS protest in various states all over the country.

Buhari accepted to address the nation after over 11 days of peaceful protest all over the country.

He failed to address the issue of Lekki toll-gate shootout where over 70 peoples lost their lives following the attack by the Nigerian Army.

Below are responses of celebrities following the speech…

Friday, October 23, 2020

20:00Aston VillaLeeds

Saturday, October 24, 2020

12:30West HamManchester City
15:00FulhamCrystal Palace
17:30Manchester UnitedChelsea
20:00LiverpoolSheffield United

Sunday, October 25, 2020

20:15ArsenalLeicester City

Monday, October 26, 2020

18:30BrightonWest Brom