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21-22 Premier League Preview Week 34

Arsenal vs Manchester United

A host of big mid-week fixtures kept the Premier League action flowing and there are some more huge clashes coming up this weekend. The 2021/22 title race is still poised to go down to the wire after Liverpool and Man City recorded comfortable wins in mid-week. Just one point separates the title rivals with six games remaining. In the race for the Champions League places, United lost further ground by losing to Liverpool, while Arsenal are back in contention after coming out on top against Chelsea in midweek.

At the foot of the Premier League, Norwich and Watford fell further behind last weekend as both teams lost. In the upcoming gameweek, there are some tense rivalry matches to keep fans entertained. First, Arsenal will host United at the Emirates in a massive battle for the top four. There’s a London derby as Chelsea take on West Ham at Stamford Bridge, while Liverpool face relegation-threatened Everton at Anfield.

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Arsenal vs Man United

Arsenal bounced back from three consecutive defeats to beat Chelsea 4-2 away on Wednesday. The Gunners’ top-four hopes were in danger after defeats at Crystal Palace (3-0), Southampton (1-0), and a 2-1 home loss against Brighton. Mikel Arteta’s side has also lost their last two at the Emirates. But the North London side have only lost five of their 20 home games this season in all competitions, winning 13.

Man United could not build on their 3-2 home win over Norwich on Saturday as they fell to a 4-0 loss at Liverpool in mid-week. The result leaves the Red Devils winless in seven of their last nine in all competitions. Ralf Rangnick’s side has also lost their last three away games in the Premier League, with defeats coming at Man City (4-1), Everton (1-0) and Liverpool.

Arsenal trio Thomas Partey (thigh), Kieran Tierney (knee), and Takehiro Tomiyasu (calf) are out. Raphael Varane and Cristiano Ronaldo could return for United. But, Fred (groin), Luke Shaw (calf), Paul Pogba (calf), and Edinson Cavani (calf) are ruled out.

Arsenal will have momentum after a huge win at Chelsea, while United look short on confidence away. The Gunners should be able to notch a vital win for their top-four push.

Arsenal – 21/20

Man United – 13/5

Draw – 5/2

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Leicester vs Aston Villa

Leicester recovered from a 2-1 loss at Newcastle on Sunday to hold Everton to a 1-1 draw at Goodison Park last time out. Brendan Rodgers’ side are now unbeaten in six of their last seven in all competitions. Home form has been a real strength for the Foxes’ in recent weeks. They are unbeaten in eight at the King Power and they have won five of their last six on home soil in all competitions.

Aston Villa’s form has dipped in recent weeks as they are on a four-match losing streak in the Premier League. Villa suffered a heavy 4-0 defeat at home against Tottenham last time out. The result also followed 2-1 away losses at West Ham and Wolves. Steven Gerrard’s side has struggled for consistency all season, particularly away where the Villans have won six and lost ten in the Premier League.

Leicester’s Jamie Vardy, Danny Ward, Wilfred Ndidi, and Ryan Bertrand are out with knee injuries and Boubakary Soumare is sidelined with a groin complaint. Kortney Hause and Lucas Digne may return for Villa.

Leicester at home should be too strong for an out of form Aston Villa side and the Foxes can record another victory at the King Power.

Leicester – 7/4

Aston Villa – 13/8

Draw – 23/10

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Chelsea vs West Ham

Chelsea’s buffer in third place in the Premier League was cut to five points after a 4-2 home loss against Arsenal on Wednesday. It was the Blues’ second defeat in three Premier League matches and their second consecutive home loss in the top flight. Thomas Tuchel’s side has not won just three of their last ten Premier League matches at Stamford Bridge and conceded 16 goals.

West Ham were held to a 1-1 draw at home against Burnley last time out. The dropped points now leave the Hammers five points behind the top four places. But the East London side remain in decent form having lost just two of their last eight in all competitions. David Moyes’ side has struggled for away form in recent weeks though, losing five of their last six on the road.

Andreas Christensen may return for Chelsea this weekend. Mateo Kovacic (ankle), Antonio Rudiger (groin), Ben Chilwell (knee) and Callum Hudson-Odoi (calf) are out.

Chelsea will be a tough opponent following a heavy defeat against potential top-four rivals. A Blues response is expected and the Hammers could struggle at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea – 11/20

West Ham – 5/1

Draw – 16/5

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Liverpool vs Everton

Liverpool extended their unbeaten run to nine in all competitions with a one-sided 4-0 home win over Man United last time out. The result followed a 3-2 FA Cup semi-final victory over Man City at the weekend. The Reds are now unbeaten in 24 of their last 25 in all competitions, winning 20. At Anfield, Jurgen Klopp’s side are unbeaten this season in the Premier League and they have won their last 11 on home soil.

Everton has avoided defeat for two consecutive matches for the first time since October following a 1-0 home win over Man United and a 1-1 draw at Goodison with Leicester. Despite the mini-upturn in form, the Toffees have lost their last seven away in all competitions, conceding 21 goals during this run. Everton also has the worst away record in the Premier League, taking six points from a possible 45.

Roberto Firmino is likely to return for Liverpool. Everton’s Andros Townsend (knee), Tom Davies (thigh), Dominic Calvert-Lewin (thigh) and Nathan Patterson (ankle) are ruled out.

Liverpool are likely to control this match and they should create chances against Everton, who can’t keep the ball out of the net away from home.

Liverpool – 2/11

Everton – 14/1

Draw – 13/2

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