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Premier League Returns This Weekend With Manchester City’s Trip To Leicester

Having had a very busy international break, the players have returned to their clubs and now face the prospect of the resumption of the Premier League for what will be the final quarter of the season. Furthermore, there are a couple of cracking games to enjoy this weekend with Arsenal facing Liverpool at the Etihad while a few hours before, Manchester City travel to the King Power Stadium to face third placed Leicester City.

There is plenty riding on this game as Manchester City are seeking to regain the Premier League title that they lost last season to Liverpool, while Leicester are aiming to secure Champions League qualification for next season. There is also the fact that Leicester thrashed City 5-2 at the Etihad earlier on in the season. A result which will still smart with Pep Guardiola.

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Let’s now take a look at the full list of fixtures coming up for this weekend, including of course that big game at the King Power Stadium. We will of course, give you our top tips for each game.

Premier League Fixtures – Matchday 30

Saturday 3rd April

  • Chelsea v West Brom (12.30)

Chelsea have moved up to fourth in the table and are unbeaten under Thomas Tuchel. Since Sam Allardyce took over ob, West Brom have picked up a few more points, but they have not clawed back any of the gap between them and the teams above them. This looks like being a very tough game for the Baggies against a Chelsea side that are coming into form nicely at the crucial point of the season. I am taking Chelsea to land a 2-0 win here at odds of 5/1 with bet365.

  • Leeds United v Sheffield United (3.00)

A Yorkshire derby between two teams that have had very contrasting seasons. Leeds form has been up and down, when they have been good they have been outstanding. When they have been poor, they have been awful. Sheffield United though have been generally poor all season long and without their manager Chris Wilder now, I think they are only going to struggle further over the remainder of the season. Back Leeds to land a 3-1 victory here at 14/1.

  • Leicester City v Manchester City (5.30)

Leicester produced one of the performances of the season when they beat Manchester City 5-2 at the Etihad earlier in the season. The Foxes would love a repeat of that success here, but they take on a Manchester City side now in much better form and who are all but assured to be named Champions in the next few weeks. Injuries to a couple of key players has also hurt the Foxes chances in this game and given the quality in the visitor’s squad, I do fancy them to exact a little revenge for that defeat earlier on this season. I am backing Manchester City to win this game by a 2-1 scoreline at 8/1.

  • Arsenal v Liverpool (8.00)

Two sides whose form has been very up and down meet at the Emirates on Saturday night. Arsenal have actually got the better of Liverpool in three of the last four meetings between the two teams, although two of those wins came courtesy of penalty shootouts. Liverpool’s away form has been much better than at home of late, while Arsenal’s home form has been relatively solid. At the moment, it is hard to read too much into either sides form and as such, I think a draw is the right pick here. Back the 1-1 draw between the two at 13/2.

Sunday 4th April

  • Southampton v Burnley (12.00)

Southampton did break their long losing streak of late, but they followed that up with two more defeats and they face a Burnley side that are now level on points with them and also have the same goal difference (-15). Burnley also have the edge in terms of results with just one defeat in their last five and they are the team in form here. The problem is they don’t score enough to make me believe they can win this one, as such, I am going for a draw here at 23/10.

  • Newcastle United v Tottenham (2.05)

There are real alarm bells sounding at Newcastle United at the moment as Fulham and Brighton’s form has seen them dragged into the relegation battle and of those teams, the Magpies have the worst form of late. They face a Spurs side that have won four of their last five games and who are looking to push on into the Champions League places. The form book suggests that Spurs will win this one and I can’t argue against that. Take Spurs to win 3-1 at 14/1.

  • Aston Villa v Fulham (4.30)

Aston Villa’s fine start to the season has dwindled away a little of late, although they do still have games in hand. Fulham’s vastly improved form has seen them move up the table into 18th and in a position now to push Newcastle for the last spot above the drop zone. I fancy them to get something from this game too as Aston Villa’s form has been so patchy of late. Goals will be at a premium here and I fancy this one to end 0-0 (15/2 with bet365).

  • Manchester United v Brighton (7.30)

Manchester United haven’t slipped up that often of late but when they have, it has tended to be at home against teams lower placed in the table, Sheffield United being the prime example. This game today is one that does worry me for United, especially after an international break. Brighton’s form of late is much improved and I think there could well be a shock on the cards here. I know it goes against the grain for many, but I am backing Brighton to land a 2-1 win here at 18/1.

Monday 5th April

  • Everton v Crystal Palace (6.00)

Everton are 8th in the table with 46 points but a game in hand on most teams above them. They face a Palace side who have lost just one of their last five and who should have Wilfried Zaha back fit and available for them. He makes such a huge difference to Palace that I can see them picking up something here against an Everton side that have struggled at home this season at times. I can’t quite see Palace winning here but I think a 1-1 draw at 6/1 is a good shout.

  • Wolves v West Ham (8.15)

The final game of the weekend sees West Ham trying to maintain their challenge for a top four spot away to a Wolves side that have lacked a focal point since Raul Jimenez’s injury. Goalscoring has been a real problem for Wolves with just 28 goals in 29 games whereas West Ha have been much more productive and I am backing them to keep that form going here. Back West Ham to win by landing a narrow 1-0 win on the road at 13/2

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