10th July 2020
There’s no rest for the wicked with this end of season Premier League schedule, as another round of fixtures takes place this weekend. With only four games left for every side, it’s getting extremely tense in the fight for European competition and even more so down at the bottom. It’s pretty much now or never for Bournemouth and Aston Villa, who are in danger of not even taking it to the final day.
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The time seems to have arrived for Norwich, as a defeat here would see their relegation straight back to the Championship confirmed. They’ve lost six league games in a row and quite simply just haven’t been good enough. Their opponents West Ham seemed like they may have turned it around, but they were shocked at home to Burnley on Wednesday. This was an odd game though, as David Moyes’ side had 21 shots without scoring, which was their most in a league game for nearly four years. It has left the Hammers still three points clear of the relegation zone and a win here would be huge for them.
Watford must have been delighted to see Norwich show up on their fixture list at this crucial time of the season, but the Hornets did have to come from behind to win the game. It took a beautiful overhead kick from Danny Welbeck to take the three points, and it’s put them in a strong position to stay up. Newcastle were destroyed in midweek but were missing a number of players. It’s expected that they may have a few of those returning for this game, with Allan Saint-Maximin the main man they need. We’re not sure what to expect from the Magpies, with the fear that they may be on their holidays. Watford have an impressive seven clean sheets at home this season, and will be hopeful of another.
Liverpool have been hit and miss in their performances since their Premier League title was confirmed, but they looked good on Wednesday. Burnley just continue to perform as well, and they have to be given so much credit for the results that they’re picking up. The bad news for the Clarets though is that Liverpool are unbeaten at Anfield in the Premier League for 57 games, with an incredible run of 24 wins in a row. After getting a rest from the start against Brighton, Sadio Mane is likely to start and be hungry for goals in this one.
This is a big game for both sides, with Europe well in their sights. John Egan scoring twice in a row is exceptional for the Blades, but they can’t rely on their centre back every week. We’re going a little bit different for the tip in this one, with a Penalty to be awarded for either side. Since the return, Chelsea have been awarded and scored three penalties, with two won by the quick feet of Christian Pulisic. The American is linking up extremely well with Willian, who is burying the resulting spot kicks.
With their last two home fixtures being Man United and Liverpool, the random fixture computer has now given Brighton a game against Man City. They’ve got results though, climbing eight points clear of the drop zone. Man City have lost their two away games since the restart, so surely they will be looking to put that right. They also have a great record against Brighton, winning all five PL meetings with an aggregate score of 15-2.
Wolves have, perhaps surprisingly, lost two games in a row after a very good run of form. What will sting them even more is that both of those defeats were against sides that are challenging them for a place in Europe next season in Arsenal and Sheffield United. Everton seem slightly too far behind to challenge and have looked average at best in recent games. With so many teams breathing down their necks, it feels like a must win for Nuno’s side here at Molineux, and we’re backing them to take the three points.
Looking at the recent form for these two teams is depressing stuff, as they have both lost their last three games in a row. Villa clearly need the points but just seem to have no urgency when chasing games. Something has to give here, as Palace have conceded 11 goals in their last four, while Villa have not scored in their last three. We think a lack of goal threat in both sides may lead to a low scoring contest.
It was genuinely stunning to see how bad Spurs were against Bournemouth, and all does not seem to be well in the camp. Harry Kane is playing so deep he may as well be at centre back, and they were the only side in the history of the Premier League to fail to register a shot on target against Bournemouth. Arsenal are heading the other way though, with Mikel Arteta tightening up the defence and Aubameyang chasing the Golden Boot, this looks like a fantastic opportunity for the Gunners to get one over on their local rivals.
Bournemouth have not won a game since the 2nd of February, though that run of bad results almost came to an end against Spurs. Their late ‘winner’ was ruled out as it brushed Josh King’s hand, and missing out on those two points could be crucial. As the Cherries will need to be on the offensive on Sunday night, it should open the game up for the likes of Jamie Vardy and Kelechi Iheanacho on the counter attack. With Man United one point behind, the Foxes really need the three points here too.
Man United look almost unstoppable at the moment, winning their last four Premier League games 3-0, 3-0, 5-2 and 3-0. Bruno Fernandes has six assists in ten games since he joined Man United, an incredible record. He just seems to be getting better too, which is scary for the rest of the league. Southampton are a good side though, so this should be an interesting contest. The Red Devils will have to be wary of Danny Ings on the counter, but they have so much attacking talent that it shouldn’t be a worry.
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*all odds correct at the time of writing and are subject to change