Premier League Preview and Prediction: Swansea City vs Tottenham Hotspur

Competition: Premier League – Swansea City vs. Tottenham Hotspur

Venue: Liberty Stadium – Sunday, October 4 – 16:00 BST (11:00 ET)

Match Odds: Swansea 8/5 – Draw 23/10 – Tottenham 17/10

Match Preview

Swansea City welcome the in-form Tottenham Hotspur to Liberty Stadium on Sunday afternoon for a Premier League clash between two sides that like to play an entertaining brand of football.

The Swans come into the game off the back of a miserable trip to Southampton which saw them comfortably brushed aside as they lost 3-1, leaving them eleventh in the table.

Garry Monk’s side are now without a win in their last three (D1, L2) and their four-game unbeaten streak at the start of the season now seems a distant memory after a winless September.

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But Swansea know they will come good again at some point and they’re yet to lose on home soil so far this season with two wins and a draw, so they’ll be looking to draw upon their impressive form at the Liberty.

Swansea’s Premier League record: P7 – W2 – D3 – L2

Spurs arrive in Wales just three days after a testing Europa League encounter away at French side Monaco, where they picked up a valuable 1-1 draw.

Mauricio Pochettino will be hoping that his side don’t suffer a hangover from their midweek fixture and will be calling on his players to pick up from where they left off in the Premier League after thrashing Manchester City 4-1 last weekend.

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That impressive result lifted Tottenham up to sixth in the table and also extended their unbeaten run to six games, including three consecutive victories – they haven’t lost in the league since the opening day.

Tottenham’s Premier League record: P7 – W3 – D3 – L1

Tottenham have won the last seven meetings between the two sides, with the most recent a 3-2 victory at White Hart Lane back in March – this is also a fixture that has never ended in a goalless draw.

Team News

Swansea boss Garry Monk has a full squad to choose from coming into this game but may re-shuffle the pack slightly after a recent run of disappointing results.

Tottenham will be without Son Heung-min after he sustained a foot injury in the win against Manchester City. Danny Rose is also doubtful after he injured his hand against Monaco. Nabil Bentaleb, Mousa Dembele and Ryan Mason could return to action.

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Key Points

Swansea City’s last five: D/W/L/D/L

Tottenham Hotspur’s last five: D/D/W/W/W

Key Stat: Spurs have dominated this fixture as Swansea have never beaten them in a Premier League game in 8 attempts (D1, L7).

Key Player: Bafetimbi Gomis – The Frenchman has been one of the few bright sparks for Swansea this season and he’s currently the fourth top goalscorer in the league with four goals to his name. The Welsh side will need him to be firing on all cylinders to get something out of the game.

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Score Prediction

Swansea City 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur – The odds are stacked against Swansea winning against Tottenham for the first time ever in the Premier League. However, they may be able to capitalise on the fact that Spurs had European commitments in the week, so a draw seems a likely outcome.


TRANSFER ROUNDUP: United to HIJACK Arsenal target, Liverpool’s Real Madrid swoop & Britton to MLS

Daily transfer roundup (Monday, June 1)

MLS Rumours

Swansea City‘s Leon Britton is being linked with a move away from the club after limited playing time and Major League Soccer is a possible destination. (REPORT)

Former Liverpool hero, John Arne Riise, is on the verge of signing for Philadelphia Union with Renee Mulensteen playing a key role in the move. (REPORT)

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Oguchi Onyeywu‘s future with New York City FC remains uncertain. The defender has been on a week trial with the club but they are yet to decide whether or not to sign him on a permanent basis. (REPORT)

Premier League Rumours

Manchester United are set to hijack Arsenal‘s move for Southampton‘s Morgan Schneiderlin who is seen as a long-term replacement for Michael Carrick. (REPORT)

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Chelsea have moved into pole position to sign £57m rated Paul Pogba from Juventus. The Frenchman has attracted interest from Europe’s elite clubs. (REPORT)

Liverpool are plotting a £10.5m move for Real Madrid goalkeeper, Keylor Navas, as Los Blancos are preparing for David de Gea to become their number one. (REPORT)
Done Deals
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Watford have completed the signing of Werder Bremen defender Sebastian Prodl. The 27-year-old free agent is Watford’s first signing since their return to the top flight. (REPORT)

Will this midfielder be the next Premier League player to move to MLS?

Swansea City‘s Leon Britton is considering making the switch from the Premier League to Major League Soccer after a campaign of reduced playing time, according to the Sun.

Britton made just nine appearances in the 2014/15 Premier League season and is understood to be interested in a move to MLS.

The 32-year-old midfielder has played second fiddle to the likes of Jonjo Shelvey and Jack Cork this season. His knee injury kept him out for a large chunk of the campaign and he has failed to break back into the first team after moving down the pecking order.

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Britton would be joining the likes of Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard who make the switch following the 2014/15 Premier League season. Gerrard and Lampard are set to link-up with LA Galaxy and New York City FC respectively in July.

The Swansea man has been with the club for the best part of 12 years, having left for one season to Sheffield United in 2010/11, only to rejoin The Swans, where he has been since 2002.

It seems that he could be leaving for a new challenge this summer transfer window with MLS the most likely destination.

Will Leon Britton make the switch to Major League Soccer?

TRANSFER ROUNDUP: Surprise Arsenal move, United’s done deal & Cole to MLS

Daily transfer roundup (Thursday, May 28)

MLS Rumours

West Ham United striker Carlton Cole is set to leave the Premier League club after revealing he would not be extending his contract which expires at the end of June, and a move to MLS could be his next step. (REPORT)

Recently released Southampton goalkeeper Cody Cropper is reportedly on New England Revolution’s discovery list as a move to MLS could be his next option. (REPORT)

Steven Gerrard is set to make his first LA Galaxy appearance in a home fixture against Mexico’s Club America in the International Champions Cup on July 11. (REPORT)

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Premier League Rumours

Arsenal will consider a move for Swansea City midfielder Ki Sung-Yeung this summer as Arsene Wenger looks to bolster his midfield options. (REPORT)

Manchester City have moved in front of their rivals in the hunt for Paul Pogba and will make a huge £85 million move to sign the Frenchman this summer. (REPORT)

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Manchester United are reportedly set to announce the £20 million transfer of Borussia Dortmund midfielder Ilkay Gundogan this weekend. (REPORT)

2014/15 Premier League Season Review: Swansea City

Premier League Final Position: 8th


The 2014/15 campaign was one to remember for Swansea fans as Garry Monk led the side to a record points tally and best ever Premier League finish in his first full season in charge. The Swans lost Wilfried Bony in January and were tipped for failure by many but defied the odds by ending the season with 14 more points than the previous campaign. They were consistent throughout and have lots to be positive about heading into the new season.

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Best Moment

The opening day victory at Old Trafford set the tone for a fine campaign and saw the Swans beat Manchester United in Louis Van Gaal’s first Premier League game. They managed to complete a fine double over the Red Devils, winning 2-1 in both games.

Worst Moment

Losing 5-0 at home to Chelsea was a major disappointment for the Swans. The Blues were eventual champions but losing 5-0 on home soil is never acceptable and that was a result Swansea will not want to look back on when remembering the season.

Player of the Year

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Jonjo Shelvey – The midfielder ended the season with three goals and five assists. He pulls the strings from midfield and is an integral part of the squad in helping the defensive play transition into attacking promise.

Biggest Win

Swansea City 3-0 West Bromwich Albion (August 30, 2014)

Biggest Defeat

Swansea City 0-5 Chelsea (January 17, 2015)

What to improve for the 2015 season…

It was an excellent season but there is always room for improvement and Garry Monk will want to lead his side into a European place next season. Failing to win away at sides in and around them cost them this season and picking up wins in those games will help them to pick up even more points next time around.

Premier League Preview and Prediction: Swansea vs Manchester City

Competition: Premier League – Swansea City vs. Manchester City

Venue: Liberty Stadium – Sunday, May 17th – 13:30 BST (08:30 ET)

Match Odds: Swansea 18/5 – Draw 3/1 – Man City 7/10

Match Preview

Swansea welcome Manchester City to the Liberty Stadium on Sunday afternoon in what is an important game for the home side this late on in the season.

Garry Monk’s men have already amassed their best ever points tally and are on track for a best ever Premier League finish but the chance to qualify for the Europa League is still within reach.

Last Monday’s brilliant 1-0 win at Arsenal moved the Swans to just two points of Spurs in sixth and with two games to go, the players know they have the chance to make it into Europe.

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Manchester City will be a tough test but Swansea have now won three on the bounce and have already beaten Arsenal and Manchester United at home this term.

City come into the game on a winning streak of four and last weekend’s 6-0 drubbing of QPR sent a message out to the rest of the league to remind people the club mean business.

They will be desperately disappointed to have missed out on the title but the response to a rough spell through March and April will have delighted Manuel Pellegrini.

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City have won their last three meetings with Swansea and will be confident of stretching that run to four on Sunday.

But the Citizens have only won of their three trips to the Liberty Stadium in the Premier League era, with last season’s 3-2 win the first in Swansea since 1984.

Team News

Swansea have a number of injury concerns as Tom Carroll, Kyle Naughton, Wayne Routledge, Jordi Amat and Nelson Oliveira all look set to miss out. Bafetimbi Gomis came off the bench to score the winner at Arsenal last week and could come into the side in what is likely to be the only change for Garry Monk’s side.

Manchester City only have one injury worry to deal with as Samir Nasri is out with a groin problem. Vincent Kompany and Yaya Toure both started on the bench last week but could return to the starting lineup here, with Lampard and Mangala possibly making way. Aleksandar Kolarov is likely to be preferred to Gael Clichy at left-back.

Key Points

Swansea’s last five: D/L/W/W/W

Manchester City’s last five: L/W/W/W/W

Key Stat: There have been 11 goals in the last three meetings between these sides so this could be an entertaining one.

Key Player: Sergio Aguero – The Argentinian striker has been in scintillating form of late and will look to add to his tally of 25 for the season as the Golden Boots looks to be his.

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Score Prediction

Swansea City 2-2 Manchester City – Expecting an open game with plenty of chances but the shares may be spoiled. City are favourites but the Swans know they have more to play for and will be buzzing after that win at Arsenal.

Premier League Preview and Prediction: Arsenal vs Swansea

Competition: Premier League – Arsenal vs. Swansea City

Venue: Emirates Stadium – Monday, May 11th – 20:00 BST (15:00 ET)

Match Odds: Arsenal 30/100 – Draw 9/2 – Swansea 8/1

Match Preview

Arsenal take on Swansea City in this week’s Monday night fixture as the Gunners prepare to cap off the weekend’s action for the second consecutive week.

Arsenal faced Hull away last Monday in a game they won 3-1, extending their unbeaten run to ten, with nine of those wins.

The only game they have failed to win in their last nine was their last home game in which they had to settle for a 0-0 draw against the new champions Chelsea.

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Arsene Wenger has seen his side put in some excellent performances since the turn of the year and the home fans will be expecting to see of Swansea on Monday night.

The Swans have enjoyed their best-ever Premier League season under Garry Monk and come into the game off back-to-back wins against Newcastle and Stoke.

Swansea have been fairly good away from home this season, winning six times, but have not won in London this campaign with this game at the Emirates and a trip to Crystal Palace still to come.

The reverse fixture saw Swansea come from behind to beat the Gunners 2-1 and Arsenal have only won three of the last eight meetings between the two in all competitions, with the Welsh outfit also picking up three wins.

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This should be closer than the odds suggest but Arsenal need the points more as they look to finish second in the Premier League come the end of the season.

Team News

Arsenal have five injury concerns ahead of this one as Danny Welbeck, Mathieu Debuchy, Mikel Arteta and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are all ruled out, while Aaron Ramsey will face a late fitness test after being forced off against Hull last week.

Swansea will be without Jordi Amat, Tom Carroll, Kyle Naughton, Nelson Oliveira and Wayne Routledge, while Kyle Bartley and Bafetimbi Gomis are both doubts.

Key Points

Arsenal’s last five: W/W/W/D/W

Swansea’s last five: W/D/L/W/W

Key Stat: Swansea have scored six goals in the last 15 minutes in their last five league games against Arsenal. Patience.

Key Player: Alexis Sanchez – Hard to overlook the Chilean, who has been phenomenal all season, and added another two goals in the win against Hull last week. He has 16 goals this season and will be a real threat again.

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Score Prediction

Arsenal 2-1 Swansea – Expecting a tight game and the Swans will be confident with their recent record against the Gunners. But Arsenal look too strong and will seal a first win in three against the Welsh club.

Premier League Predictions: Gameweek 34 – Liverpool, City and United to win

A full weekend of Premier League action means it’s time for another member of the MLSGB team to try and predict the outcomes of all ten games.

Last weekend saw Jamie Ives predict the correct result in two of the seven matches with one perfect score prediction.

It’s time for Lewis Addley to have a go and unravelling Gameweek 34’s action, as drama at either end of the Premier League table is set to continue this week.

Saturday, April 25th (All kickoffs are 15:00 unless otherwise stated)

Southampton vs. Tottenham Hotspur (12:45)

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Both these sides are still chasing a Champions League spot. The Saints have been solid at home this season and narrowly lost the reverse fixture at White Hart Lane. With just a point separating the sides in 6th and 7th, neither can afford to lose any ground in their push for Europe’s top competition.

Prediction: Southampton 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur

Burnley vs. Leicester City

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Arguably the most important fixture of the weekend as these two will slog it out in their ongoing relegation battle.

Burnley are at the foot of the table, while Leicester are two points above in 18th, and a win for either of these sides would be a huge step towards safety.

Prediction: Burnley 1-1 Leicester City

Crystal Palace vs. Hull City 

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Palace have been a rejuvenated side since Alan Pardew took over and he has steadied them into mid-table. Steve Bruce’s Hull are fighting for their Premier League status and are on 28 points in 17th, so a loss for them will make things very difficult in the run in and they can easily slip back into the bottom three depending on other results this week.

Prediction: Crystal Palace 2-1 Hull City

Newcastle United vs. Swansea City 

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The Swans have had an impressive season and barring a disastrous final five games they should easily finish in the top ten. There isn’t much to say about Newcastle’s shambolic season. The Toon Army should stay up given they are seven points above the relegation zone, but they will want the end of the season to come as quickly as possible to rebuild for next campaign.

Prediction: Newcastle United 2-2 Swansea City

Queens Park Rangers vs. West Ham United 

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The first of two London derbies this weekend. Sam Allardyce has done a fine job of keeping West Ham in mid-table this season and will be expecting another tough game this weekend. QPR are in the relegation slog and sit 19th, so Chris Ramsey needs his side to take all three points here. Loftus Road is never an easy place to go and this one could be fiery with so much at stake for The R’s.

Prediction: Queens Park Rangers 2-1 West Ham United

Stoke City vs. Sunderland 

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Mark Hughes will be pushing his side to finish as high as possible in the league in the remaining five games. Sunderland are definitely in the relegation fight and on 29 points need to put some distance between them and the four sides below them.

Prediction: Stoke City 2-1 Sunderland

West Bromwich Albion vs. Liverpool 

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West Brom look as if they have done enough to retain their Premier League status for next season. This game has far more importance for Liverpool and after their disappointing FA Cup semi-final performance last weekend at Wembley they have to keep the pressure on Manchester City in fourth if they stand any chance of playing Champions League football next season.

Prediction: West Bromwich Albion 1-3 Liverpool

Manchester City vs. Aston Villa (17:30)

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Tim Sherwood has bought Villa back from the dead this season and has now guided them to the FA Cup final, which nobody would have predicted. He clearly has the dressing room behind him and looks as if he should keep this side up. By stark contrast, Manuel Pellegrini’s season has gone from bad to worse. His City side are now fighting to keep a Champions League place when they should be fighting for the title. Although this should be a City win it could be the surprise result of the weekend.

Prediction: Manchester City 3-2 Aston Vila

Sunday, April 26th 

Everton vs. Manchester United (13:30)

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Manchester United could finish the weekend in second place if Sunday afternoon’s game between Arsenal and Chelsea goes their way. Louis Van Gaal has got his side playing well and they will be force next season. Roberto Martinez’s side will be disappointed with their season and finishing mid-table is not what they would have been hoping for. The Europa League was clearly a distraction and we can expect to see a better Everton side again without it next campaign.

Prediction: Everton 1-3 Manchester United

Arsenal vs. Chelsea (16:00)

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This is the standout fixture of the weekend but we can’t be expecting too much from this game. Jose Mourinho has never lost to Arsene Wenger as Chelsea boss and given how defensive his side have been over the last few weeks we can expect them to set up not to lose. Any chance Arsenal have on challenging Chelsea for the title lays on this game, but it looks a little too late.

Prediction: Arsenal 1-1 Chelsea

Premier League Preview and Prediction: Leicester vs Swansea

Competition: Premier League – Leicester City vs. Swansea City

Venue: King Power Stadium – Saturday, April 18th – 15:00 BST (10:00 ET)

Match Odds: Leicester 11/10 – Draw 23/10 – Swansea 5/2

Match Preview

It’s crunch time for Leicester City’s season as they play host this weekend to a Swansea side looking for their best ever Premier League finish.

Nigel Pearson’s Leicester have bridged the gap between fellow relegation strugglers recently with back-to-back wins and will be hoping to make it three on the bounce as they look to pull of a great escape.

They are currently three points off of safety and the battle should go down to the wire as Leicester can produce results with five of their last seven at home, starting with Swansea on Saturday.

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It is important that Leicester take something from this game as they have the worst home record in the Premier League this year. That will need to improve if they are to avoid the drop.

Leicester City’s home record in the Premier League: P14 – W3 – D5 – L6

Swansea could be without striker Bafetimbi Gomis on Saturday as the striker left the Everton match early following a hamstring injury last week, and his absence will be a blow to the Swans.

With not much to play for, and only a slight chance of European football, Swansea are arguably playing for pride now, with a best ever Premier League finish on the cards should they finish 8th.

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They equalled their record points tally in the Premier League with a draw at Everton last week and know another point will set a new record.

Swansea’s away record in the Premier League: P15 – W5 – D3 – L7

Garry Monk has done a stellar job up to now, and it’s not in his nature to set up a team that won’t attack so we’re hoping for an open game that should thrill.

Team News

Leicester City have no injury or suspension concerns for this week so Nigel Pearson has a full squad to pick from. However, we are expecting the same XI to play from last weekend’s win at West Brom, with David Nugent playing the number ten role.

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Swansea City will be without Kyle Naughton and Tom Carroll, who remain long-term absentees. Jefferson Montero, Nelson Oliveira and Bafetimbi Gomis are all doubts but Montero and Oliveira will be pushing for a start. Neil Taylor is out serving a suspension.

Key Points

Leicester’s last five in the Premier League: L/D/L/W/W

Swansea’s last five in the Premier League: L/L/W/W/D

Key Stat: The home team has won this fixture in the last seven meetings between the two sides in all competitions.

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Key Player: David Nugent – With an eye for goal and a knack for being in the right place at the right time, Nugent could be the difference in this one.

Score Prediction

Leicester City 2-2 Swansea City – We’re hoping this will be an open game with plenty of goals. Leicester need to try and pick up all three points but a score draw looks the most likely result against a solid Swansea side looking to set a record points tally in the Premier League.

MLSGB Premier League Predictions: Gameweek 32 – Spurs, Arsenal and United to win

Every Premier League game now has huge implications for sides at both ends of the table as Swansea and Everton kick the action off on Saturday lunchtime at the Liberty Stadium, while Manchester City face Manchester United in the local derby for the biggest game of the weekend on Sunday afternoon.

Last time out, Louis East correctly predicted two results and two perfect scores. Now it’s time for Ben Ashton to try and call what the outcome will be of all ten games this week.

Saturday, April 11 (All kickoffs are 15:00 unless otherwise stated)

Swansea City vs. Everton (12:45)

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Swansea and Everton will both be full of confidence coming into the game as the Swans have won two on the bounce, while the Toffees have recorded their best run of the season with three consecutive victories. These are both sides that like to play good football, so we should see goals in an entertaining draw.

Prediction: Swansea City 2-2 Everton

Southampton vs. Hull City

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Southampton have struggled for goals of late having scored just five from their last nine games, but they have been so solid at the other end of the pitch that it hasn’t been entirely detrimental. This is a massive game for Hull who desperately need every point they can get now in an extremely difficult run-in as they look to avoid the drop – they’ll struggle to get anything out of this one against tough opposition though.

Prediction: Southampton 1-0 Hull City

Sunderland vs. Crystal Palace

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Sunderland picked up their first win in nine games last weekend as they beat local rivals Newcastle 1-0 at the Stadium of Light and it also marked the first victory for new boss Dick Advocaat. Crystal Palace have been superb under Pardew and are flying after three straight wins. We should see a tight, hard-fought game in the North-East.

Prediction: Sunderland 1-1 Crystal Palace

Tottenham vs. Aston Villa

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Tim Sherwood returns to White Hart Lane to face his old club with Aston Villa and he may fancy their chances after Tottenham’s abject performance at Burnley last Sunday. Spurs were disappointing and need to bounce back if any small hopes of Champions League qualification are to remain. Villa are still in a huge relegation scrap and they could knick a point here, but it will be tough.

Prediction: Tottenham 2-1 Aston Villa

West Brom vs. Leicester City

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Tony Pulis will be furious with his side after they were thrashed by relegation strugglers QPR last weekend. By stark contrast, Nigel Pearson will be over the moon with Leicester’s most recent performance as they picked up a vital three points against West Ham. The Albion should recover to some extent and the Foxes will be confident, but this Midlands derby will probably finish all square.

Prediction: West Brom 2-2 Leicester City

West Ham vs. Stoke City

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Sam Allardyce is under huge pressure as West Ham’s season has been in freefall since Christmas – the Hammers have only won two of their 14 games from Boxing Day onwards and confidence will have been rocked after defeat to the bottom side last weekend. Stoke have lost three games on the bounce so Mark Hughes will be looking for some sort of response. With no relegation worries or European hopes for either side, it could be a stalemate.

Prediction: West Ham 0-0 Stoke City

Burnley vs. Arsenal (17:30)

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Burnley have been playing well this season, but they’ve struggled to score enough goals and that could represent a problem as they come up against the Premier League’s form side when they welcome Arsenal to Turf Moor in the Saturday evening game. The Clarets will make it very tough for the Gunners but Wenger’s men should make it eight wins on the bounce.

Prediction: Burnley 0-2 Arsenal

Sunday, April 12

QPR vs. Chelsea (13:30)

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A trip to Loftus road is a potential banana skin for Chelsea as they look to close in on the Premier League title. The Hoops will be buoyed by their performance at West Brom last weekend as well as an important point in the thriller at Villa Park in midweek. Chelsea will be overwhelming favourites to win this, but their performances haven’t been entirely convincing as they’ve edged out games narrowly – the hallmark of potential champions some would say. It’s one of those games where you have a niggling feeling that it won’t be as easy as some may think and for that reason, I’m going for a draw.

Prediction: QPR 1-1 Chelsea

Manchester United vs. Manchester City (16:00)

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It’s the Manchester derby and it’s set to be fascinating. United come into it ahead of their rivals in the table and will fancy their chances of getting at a City side that have really struggled with just four wins from 11. Louis Van Gaal has found a system that’s working for the Red Devils and he will pile more misery on Manuel Pellegrini and his team.

Prediction: Manchester United 2-1 Manchester City

Monday, April 13

Liverpool vs. Newcastle (20:00)

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Liverpool host Newcastle in the Monday night game and it’s just the type of fixture Brendan Rodgers would’ve hoped for after back-to-back Premier League defeats. The Reds will be delighted to have qualified for the FA Cup semi-final after a 1-0 win at Blackburn in the quarter-final replay on Wednesday and they should return to winning ways in the league against a Newcastle side who probably cannot wait for this season to be over after a run of eight games with just one win (D2, L5).

Prediction: Liverpool 2-0 Newcastle


What do you think will happen in gameweek 32 of the Premier League season?