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Premier League Preview Week 30+

Tottenham v Manchester United

After three long, difficult months, the Premier League returns this week.

Although it may not be the same football as we were used to before the global pandemic, the fixtures in the coming weeks carry the same significance. There is still plenty to play for at both ends of the table. Liverpool could take a big step closer to securing their first title for 30 years against rivals Everton on Sunday, while the Toffees will be hoping to keep within touching distance of the European places. A rejuvenated Tottenham squad face Man United, who are heading towards the Champions League places. Southampton could take a big step towards safety with a win over bottom side Norwich, who may be slightly too far adrift to stay up this season. Aston Villa, Watford, Bournemouth, and West Ham face huge fixtures this week and could all move away from the relegation zone with a win.

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Manchester City v Arsenal

Man City were struggling for league form in March. In their last six fixtures, Pep Guardiola’s side lost two, won three and drew one, including a 2-0 loss to rivals Manchester United before the break. City only scored six goals in their last six fixtures but Guardiola will hope his returning attacking players will make a difference in this fixture.

Arsenal remain unbeaten in their last eight Premier League fixtures and won three consecutive league fixtures in February and March. Mikel Arteta notably improved Arsenal’s defence before the suspension of football. Since their last loss in December, the Gunners kept four clean sheets and only conceded six goals in their last eight. They are second in the form table, securing 12 points from the last 18 available.

Arteta will be eager for his side to maintain their momentum and progress, but a full-fit Man City may prove too much in this test for Arsenal. City could win by the odd goal, but will secure all three points.

Manchester City have a fully fit squad and no suspensions. Arsenal will be without Callum Chambers (knee), Lucas Torreria (ankle) who both remain out long-term. Cedric Soares could return from a facial injury.

Manchester City – 4/11

Draw – 17/4

Arsenal – 13/2

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Tottenham v Manchester United

A number of key players return for Spurs following the break. Forwards Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min are the biggest names to return while midfielder Moussa Sissoko is also fit again. This will be pleasing for Jose Mourinho. His side lost five of their last six matches in all competitions, scoring just five goals and conceding 11.

Manchester United were in an excellent run of form before football suspended in March. The were unbeaten in their last 11 matches in all competitions and kept three consecutive clean sheets in their last three. In the Premier League, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are unbeaten in five (won three, drawn two) and conceded just one goal in this run.

Dele Alli is suspended for Spurs following a controversial social media post. Troy Parrott is ruled out due to injury. Phil Jones is doubtful with a knock for United.

Manchester United will be raring to continue their good form with their fully-fit squad. Some of the returning Spurs players may be off the pace and their poor form may continue with United likely to secure all three points in this fixture.

Tottenham – 7/4

Draw – 5/2

Manchester United – 7/5

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Watford v Leicester

Following a purple patch in December and January, Watford showed enough progress to climb out of the relegation zone. However, they only won once in their last eight fixtures in all competitions, a surprise win against Liverpool. Nigel Pearson’s side won just four points from their last 18 available. However, they lost just one of their last six home fixtures, picking up 13 points from their last six at Vicarage Road.

Watford v Leicester

Leicester are in a strong position currently. Third in the table and in the quarter finals in the FA Cup, Brendan Rodgers’ side have plenty to play for. However, the Foxes’ were inconsistent in January, February and March. Leicester won just two games in their last eight, picking up just eight points from 24 in this time. They have not won away since New Years day.

Watford could secure the win at Vicarage Road against Leicester. They are in excellent form at home and Leicester’s struggles away from home will give them a difficult task here.

For Watford, Daryl Janmaat and Gerard Deulofeu are both out with knee injuries. Isaac Success is also ruled out with a thigh injury. Roberto Pereyra, Will Hughes, Craig Cathcart, Kiko Femenia and Adam Masina all picked up knocks recently, all are doubtful. Daniel Amartey (ankle) and Ricardo Pereira (knee) won’t feature for Leicester but Ayoze Perez (knock) could be fit.

Watford – 11/5

Draw – 5/2

Leicester – 23/20

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Everton v Liverpool

The honeymoon period for Carlo Ancelotti came to an abrupt end before the Premier League suspension. The Toffees haven’t won in three consecutive games and won just twice in their last seven fixtures. They haven’t kept a clean sheet within this run and conceded 17. However, Everton’s form at Goodison is strong, they are unbeaten in eight matches and lost just three games in all competitions at home this season.

Liverpool’s sensational form dipped in February and March following an excellent run of form which saw the Reds lose just twice in 39 matches in all competitions. Jurgen Klopp’s team lost four of their last six matches and were eliminated from the Champions League and the FA Cup within three games in March. However, they have only dropped four points from a possible 87 all season and beat Bournemouth 2-1 in their last Premier League match.

Although Everton’s home form is excellent, nothing will stop Liverpool trying to win the league at Goodison. Both teams are missing some key players, but Liverpool will be invigorated following the break and will secure a win and, possibly, the Premier League title on Sunday.

Theo Walcott (chest), Yerry Mina (calf) and Jean-Philippe Gbamin (thigh) are all ruled out for Everton. Andre Gomez and Fabian Delph could feature after picking up knocks recently. Nathaniel Clyne (knee) and Xherdan Shaqiri (calf) remain out long term for Liverpool. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (knee), Mo Salah (knock) and Andy Robertson (knock) are also doubtful.

Everton – 5/1

Draw – 3/1

Liverpool – 8/15

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