Weblog: The football punter
Why RVP is three good reasons to stick with United
IS Chelsea's flagging home form going to pick up?
Or are the Blues simply going to wave the white flag when Arsenal arrive at Stamford Bridge on Sunday?
I suppose if the game is off, supporters could always go to Gordon Ramsay's flagship restaurant just round the corner for a late lunch – it'd probably be a cheaper day out.
Will public transport be running despite the snow, or will there be red flag warnings on the railways? Might fans have to flag down taxis to reach the stadium?
Right, that's enough bad flag gags, because the biggest joke is that the Chelsea fans still won't forgive Rafael Benitez for his comments about their plastic flags and I'm hardly the first person to make the point that the poisonous atmosphere is causing big problems at home.
Usually, positive home crowds are referred to as the 12th man, but the attitude from the Chelsea stands means that the Blues are a man down before they've even kicked off.
I reckon Arsenal are too big a price to take advantage of that and their solid away form gives them a decent chance.
As for Tottenham-Man United, I'm finding it increasingly difficult to think of good reasons to oppose the Red Devils at the moment.
In the negative column for United, Tottenham have already beaten them this season, are in great form and have an impressive record at White Hart Lane.
But in the positive column for the Red Devils: Robin van Persie, Robin van Persie and Robin van Persie.
I think I know which three reasons form a more compelling argument.