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Premier League Predictions: Hull to take another step towards safety, Man Utd set for tricky Burnley test

All of Gameweek 34's predictions in the Premier League, with some vital fixtures at the bottom end of the table in store

The FA Cup semi-finals mean there are only six Premier League games this weekend but that doesn’t mean the action is any less important, with some crucial twists and turns at the bottom end of the table certain to take place.

Hull City host Watford on Saturday afternoon, while Swansea know they need to take three points from their home clash with Stoke City at the same time. Manchester United and Liverpool can keep their top four hopes alive on Sunday, with United visiting Burnley before Liverpool welcome Crystal Palace to Anfield. Read on for all our Gameweek 34 predictions…

Bournemouth 2-0 Middlesbrough

Bournemouth may have got beaten 4-0 at Spurs last weekend but they have won two of their last three at home – both to sides below them in the table. It’s been eight months since Middlesbrough won an away game and they can’t score goals either. They know they have to win this game to keep any kind of survival hope alive beyond the weekend, but it’s difficult to see them leaving the south coast with anything on Saturday.

Hull 2-1 Watford

Hull have been making progress in their battle against the drop and are outside the bottom three. Watford have easily secured Premier League football for next season and have little to play for, so a home win is a likely result.  

Swansea 3-2 Stoke

This really is a must-win game for Stoke. It is the same story every single week at the moment but with Hull also playing at home on Saturday afternoon, the Swans need to get a result. Stoke beat Hull 3-1 last weekend but have lost four of their last five away games in the Premier League and don’t need this as much as the hosts. There could be goals here, but the Swans must ensure they edge it to boost their survival hopes with a month to go.

West Ham 1-2 Everton 

West Ham have a squad riddled with injury and suspensions but are comfortably sitting in mid-table. They’ve only won once in their last six and the visit of Everton this weekend is going to be a tough ask. Romelu Lukaku has made light work of just about any opposition defence this season and this should be a winnable game for the Toffees if he is on form. 

Burnley 1-1 Manchester United

Manchester United will guarantee a top four finish if they win each of their remaining league games. However, with a Europa League semi-final to prepare for and a mounting injury list at a crucial stage of the season, Jose Mourinho knows that the team’s priorities lie elsewhere.Burnley are still one of the league’s strongest sides at home and have actually won more points in front of their own fans that United have managed at Old Trafford this season. Score draw.

Liverpool 2-0 Crystal Palace 

Liverpool have to continue to grind out wins like last weekend to ensure they finish in the top four this season. Crystal Palace aren’t completely out of trouble yet but should be able to avoid being pulled into a relegation battle considering some of their recent results. Liverpool to win again with a clean sheet. 

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About Louis East (1177 Articles)
Editor of MLSGB.com. Premier League and MLS reporter.

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