3rd July 2020
Liverpool got themselves a guard of honour before the game against Man City, but after the full time whistle it should have been the other way around. The Reds were just not at the races at all and City made a huge statement at their expense. It will be interesting to see how the new champions do for the rest of the season, with other sides they’re facing still having plenty to play for.
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A few weeks ago, this probably looked like it was going to be a huge fixture in the relegation battle at the bottom. Since then though, Norwich have become marooned and look all but doomed. They fell to pieces in the midweek game, gifting Arsenal with a number of goals. It seems harsh to say they’ve given up, but it doesn’t look good. Brighton on the other hand have picked up some results, but they’ll want to forget about the Man United game. Brighton at 6/5 looks like good value.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has got his side playing some imperious football since the return, with an abundance of attacking talent in the side. We’re running out of superlatives to describe Bruno Fernandes, who has to be up there with the best January signings of all time. Bournemouth will be fearing this trip to Old Trafford, as they were just hammered by a Newcastle side that is not known for scoring goals. There is only one way this game looks like it’ll go, and we expect plenty of goals to fly in the Bournemouth net.
Leicester are a curious case, having slowed down hugely since the turn of the year. They looked like certainties for a Champions League position at one point, but are now just three points above 6th place, with the chasing sides in much better form. This really is a must win game for them, but the goal threat is just not there. Palace don’t really know where the goal is either, and they are the only side in the Premier League that haven’t scored more than twice in a game this season. These two sides have both struggled for goals, and we can’t see this being a hugely entertaining match.
Wolves have won all three games since the return without conceding a goal, and now have Champions League qualification in their sights. It’ll be interesting to see if Nuno goes with Adama Traore from the start or as a super sub again. Although Arsenal have had an extremely disappointing season on the whole, a win here would take them to within three points of Wolves in 6th. They hammered Norwich in the week but this will be a very different proposition. Both sides have won their last three in a row in all competitions, but we are backing Wolves to edge it.
Chelsea were a shambles at the back on Wednesday, losing 3-2 to West Ham. In that defeat, there were only two Chelsea players to come out with any credit: Christian Pulisic and Willian. Watford looked like they’d turned things around under Nigel Pearson but it’s quietly gone wrong. They’re only one point above the drop zone and they haven’t won away at Chelsea since 1986. The Blues will be like a wounded animal here after embarrassment in a London derby, which doesn’t bode well for Watford.
Although Sean Dyche is openly at odds with the Burnley board over contract extensions, on the pitch the Clarets have been impressive. Two 1-0 wins in a row is very “Burnley” and it’s put them into a strong top 10 position. Sheffield United turned their poor form around, thrashing Spurs on Thursday in a shocker. They are still in a solid position for European qualification as well, which would be immense for Chris Wilder’s side. Both sides are based on a solid defence, so we can’t see a goalfest at Turf Moor. It could well be 0-0, or a 1-0 win either way.
For the away side, they will have been delighted with the win over Chelsea. Attacking wise they looked a lot better, with Jarrod Bowen, Michail Antonio and Andriy Yarmolenko all looking threatening. That result has given them breathing space at the bottom. For Newcastle, Allan Saint-Maximin has been fantastic, and is one of the most entertaining players in the league to watch. After a hat-trick of assists against Bournemouth, he was brought off on the hour to rest him up for this game. He also tore West Ham apart in the reverse fixture.
Liverpool will surely be embarrassed by their performance at the Etihad. Jurgen Klopp was visibly frustrated in his post match interview, and you’d like to think that would translate to the Reds bouncing back in style. Aston Villa will not really know what to expect in this trip to Anfield, but it’s clear to see that Dean Smith’s side need points and quickly. Jack Grealish has been out of form recently and that’s a worrying sign. We can’t see defending being key on the agenda here.
Southampton are a strange side, where they look great on the road but poor at St Mary’s. Weirdly, it might have been better for them to have this game at the Etihad. After winning the League Cup, Man City could still win a treble if they can add the FA Cup and Champions League. They look fantastic at the moment and could score every time they go forward. Pep Roulette left Riyad Mahrez on the bench for the Liverpool game, which suggests he’ll start here. He was also unlucky to have a late goal ruled out by VAR.
Spurs can feel a little hard done by with the disallowed goal against Sheffield United, but they can have no excuse for the collapse after that. Jose Mourinho just can’t seem to get consistent results at the moment. For Everton, Richarlison picked up a knock and is a major doubt for this game, while Dominic Calvert-Lewin hasn’t scored for a while. Only one point and two places separate the two sides, and we can see a score draw occurring in Monday Night Football.
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*all odds correct at the time of writing and are subject to change