At the top and bottom of the Premier League table, the 2022/23 season is coming to a close with full steam ahead.
After weeks of not putting any pressure on Arsenal, Manchester City have finally won nine consecutive games and are one point ahead with a game in hand.
After winning eight of their last nine games, Newcastle appears certain to qualify for the Champions League. Manchester United currently holds the fourth spot, ahead of Liverpool, who have improved recently, and Brighton & Hove Albion, whose entertaining style of football continues to produce results.
At the other end of the table, things aren’t looking so good for Southampton, and it’s been hard to watch Everton, Leeds, Nottingham Forest, Leicester, and West Ham lately because they’re all still in trouble and could go down unless they pull their respective fingers out.
Tottenham, Aston Estate even Brentford actually harbor Europa Association goals, however for Fulham, Precious stone Castle, Bournemouth, Wolves and £550m+ spenders Chelsea it’s award cash and the most ideal in question.
Saturday 06/05 Bournemouth vs. Chelsea 1-0
Saturday 06/05 Man City vs. Leeds 3-0
Saturday 06/05 Wolves vs. Aston Villa 0-2
Saturday 06/05 Tottenham vs. Crystal Palace 3-2
Saturday 06/05 Liverpool vs. Brentford 2-1
Sunday 07/05 Newcastle vs. Arsenal 2-1
Sunday 07/05 West Ham vs. Man Utd 1-2
Monday 08/05 Fulham
Arsenal simply cannot afford to drop any more points if they want to win the Premier League for the first time in 19 years, while Newcastle are in sensational form and have goal-scoring machines Callum Wilson and Alexander Isak chomping at the bit. Whether Mikel Arteta’s side can do that is not yet clear in 90min’s eyes.
West Ham host Manchester United on Sunday at a strange time of 7 p.m., and the home team’s poor record against “big six” opponents could result in another unwelcome defeat.
Meanwhile, the action on Monday. is anticipated to convey three home successes, with a colossal lift heading Nottingham Backwoods’ way on the off chance that they beat Southampton at The City Ground. This is because Everton, which is really struggling for consistency under Sean Dyche, are up against it at high-flying Brighton, and Leicester is expected to fall to Fulham, who are in the middle of the table.