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Premier League Preview Gameweek 36

Brighton v West Ham

Man City were crowned champions of the 2020/21 Premier League season on Tuesday after Leicester beat Man United at Old Trafford.

The result left United too far behind City, who have won the title in three of the last four seasons. At the other end of the table, Fulham and West Brom were both relegated from the Premier League last weekend after they lost to Burnley and Arsenal respectively. They will join bottom side Sheffield United in the Championship next season.

With just a few matches remaining in the Premier League, attention will turn to the ongoing race for Europe. Leicester took a big step towards securing Champions League football next season with their 2-1 win over United in midweek and require four points from two games to qualify. Below them, Chelsea, West Ham, Tottenham, Liverpool, and Everton are all vying for the Europa League and Champions League places next season, with Arsenal and Leeds also having outside chances of making the top five.

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Newcastle v Man City

Newcastle continued their recent good form last weekend with an emphatic 4-2 away victory at Leicester. It was the Magpies third win in five Premier League matches following recent wins over Burnley and West Ham. Steve Bruce’s side have been hard to beat in recent months, losing just two of their last 10 Premier League fixtures. They have also lost one of their last six at St James’ Park, but fell to a 2-0 loss at home to Arsenal last time out.

Man City became Premier League champions this week after United’s loss to Leicester. A 2-1 defeat at home to Chelsea prevented Pep Guardiola’s side from lifting the trophy at the Etihad last weekend. The loss ended City’s five match winning streak in all competitions. But the Citizens remain in excellent away form, winning 19 of their last 20 matches on the road.

Newcastle will be without Jamaal Lascelles (ankle), Fabian Schar (suspended), Ryan Fraser (groin), Karl Darlow (knee), Elliott Anderson (groin), Callum Wilson (thigh) and Isaac Hayden (knee). John Stones will return from suspension for City and Kevin de Bruyne is likely to return from a muscle injury.

Newcastle are in good form, but City will be overwhelming favourites to continue their excellent away form and celebrate their Premier League title with a win at St James’ Park.

Newcastle – 11/1

Man City – 2/7

Draw – 17/4

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Burnley v Leeds

Burnley bounced back from a disappointing 2-1 defeat against West Ham with a comfortable 2-0 win away at Fulham on Monday. It was Burnley’s second win in three Premier League matches following a 4-0 away victory over Wolves. Burnley’s only recent wins have come away from home and they are in poor form at Turf Moor. Sean Dyche’s side are winless in nine consecutive matches at home and have lost their last two at Turf Moor.

Leeds continued their good recent form last weekend with a 3-1 home win against Tottenham. Marcelo Bielsa’s side suffered a disappointing 2-0 away loss to Brighton two weeks ago, their only defeat in their last eight Premier League matches. Leeds have gained most of their recent points at home and they are inconsistent away, losing four of their last six on the road.

Robbie Brady and Kevin Long are ruled out for Burnley with calf injuries. Liam Cooper is doubtful for Leeds with a gluteal injury. Adam Forshaw (knock) and Helder Costa (back) are ruled out.

Burnley have picked up some impressive victories recently but they are poor at Turf Moor. Leeds have not drawn any of their 18 away matches this season so an away victory for Marcelo Bielsa’s side is likely.

Burnley – 19/10

Leeds – 13/10

Draw – 13/5

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Brighton v West Ham

Brighton lost 2-1 away against Wolves on Sunday, a second defeat in three matches for Graham Potter’s side. The result leaves Brighton winless in five of their last six Premier League matches. But the south coast side have been hard to beat at home in recent weeks. They are unbeaten in three consecutive matches at the Amex and have kept clean sheets in six of their last eight at home.

West Ham’s push for the top four suffered another setback on Sunday as David Moyes’ side lost 1-0 at home to Everton. It was the Hammers third loss in four Premier League matches, a 2-1 away win against Burnley their only recent victory. West Ham have also struggled away in recent months, winning just two matches in their last seven. Poor form has seen West Ham slip to fifth and they remain six points off the Champions League places.

Brighton’s Adam Lallana, Joel Veltman and Florin Andone are doubtful through injury. Lewis Dunk and Neal Maupay are suspended after they were sent off last weekend and Tariq Lamptey (thigh) and Solly March (knee) are ruled out. Mark Noble and Aaron Creswell could be back in contention for West Ham but Declan Rice (knee), Arthur Masuaku (knee) and Manuel Lanzini (knock) are all doubtful.

Brighton are in good form at home and West Ham have been poor in recent weeks. Graham Potter’s side will be buoyed by an impressive home performance against Leeds and they should take all three points this weekend.

Brighton – 9/5

West Ham – 7/5

Draw – 5/2

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Tottenham v Wolves

Tottenham were unable to record their third consecutive Premier League win last weekend as they were beaten 3-1 away at Leeds. Spurs have now only recorded two wins in their last seven matches in all competitions and were defeated 1-0 by Man City in the EFL Cup final in April. But Ryan Mason’s side have been in fine form at home, winning seven of their last eight at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, including 4-0 wins over Sheffield United, Burnley, and Wolfsberger AC. Good home form has kept Spurs within touching distance of the European places in the Premier League.

Wolves continued their recent good form on Sunday with a 2-1 home victory against Brighton. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have won three of their last five Premier League matches and lost once in this run. Wolves’ form on the road remains patchy. They have won twice in their last eight away matches but they are unbeaten in their last three – beating Fulham and drawing with West Brom and Fulham.

Ben Davies is ruled out for Spurs with a calf injury. Willy Boly and Owen Otasowie could return for Wolves this weekend. Raul Jimenez (head injury), Jonny (knee), Pedro Neto (knee), and Fernando Marcal (groin) are all unavailable.

Spurs are in excellent form at home and have recorded some big results at home recently. Wolves have been inconsistent on the road so a Spurs win is likely on Sunday.

Tottenham – 1/2

Wolves – 11/2

Draw – 10/3

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