Chelsea’s win at Anfield last weekend has blown the title race wide open again, with Manchester City and the Blues brought back into the battle for the title.
Everton v Manchester City Betting Tips
Manchester City now have the league at their mercy – if they win their remaining three games they will be crowned as champions later this month. But on Saturday they face a tricky trip to Europa League chasers Everton on Saturday evening.
The Toffees looked set to pounce on a fourth place finish a few weeks ago but to Crystal Palace and Southampton lately mean they’re realistically only going to be able to finish as high as fifth.
However, Roberto Martinez currently has the longest injury list out of any of the Premier League sides, with key players such as Kevin Mirallas, Stephen Pienaar, Lacina Traore and Brian Oviedo all out. Leighton Baines and Phil Jagielka are both set for returns whilst Sylvain Distin faces a late fitness test.
City have only lost one of their last nine games but must keep up that record to ensure they continue the pressure at the top. David Silva, Jesus Navas and Mateja Nastasic all look set to miss out on Saturday.
City are 3/4 favourites with Ladbrokes although Everton have won all four of their last home games against City in recent years.
BET OF THE DAY: Everton win at 4/1 with William Hill.
Catch this one live from 5:30pm on Sky Sports 1.
Arsenal v West Brom Betting Tips
The first of the ‘Super Sunday’ double header sees fourth placed Arsenal host a West Brom side who are all but home and hosed for this season.
They are 15th, four points above the drop-zone with a far superior goal difference which should see them once again playing Premier League football next year.
Arsenal know a win will secure them Champions League football next season, as they go in search of their fourth league win on the bounce.
Bacary Sagna faces a late fitness test as he bids for a return from a knee injury but Kieran Gibbs, Jack Wilshere, Serge Gnabry and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain all miss this one.
Gareth MacAuley is in line for a return for Pepe Mel’s side but Stephen Reid, Liam Ridgewell and Zoltan Gera all remain injured.
The last two meetings between these sides have ended in draws at the Hawthorns, but the Baggies haven’t picked up a result at the Emirates since 2010.
The game is live on Sky Sports 1 from 1:30pm on Sunday.
Chelsea v Norwich Betting Tips
Chelsea remain very much third-favourites in the title race, needing both Liverpool and Manchester City to drop points if they’re to snatch the crown.
After being knocked out of the Champions League following this week’s defeat to Atletico Madrid, Jose Mourinho’s side can now fully focus their attentions on winning their final two league games.
Their recent league form has been patchy to say the least, with three defeats in their last seven games but they have a good record against the Canaries, having not lost to them in their last eight meeting, a record which stretches back to 1994.
Norwich look doomed to be relegated come next weekend- they come into this one having lost five in a row and face Arsenal next weekend.
In terms of team news, midfielder Ramires is suspended whilst Petr Cech is out with a dislocated shoulder. Joseph Yobo should return for the visitors following a calf injury.
This match is live on Sky Sports 1 from 4pm on Sunday.
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