It’s another weekend and so that means it is time for the League to come back to full focus. The title race continues to capture the imaginations of the world, but do not take the relegation scrap for granted this year!

14th – 18th place in the League is only separated by five points and with six or so fixtures to play – anything can still happen!


Saturday 13 April

16/10 Newcastle | Draw 29/10 | Spurs 13/10 (13:30)

Newcastle’s inconsistency makes this game a little difficult to predict, you just don’t know which Newcastle is going to show up! Spurs don’t exactly shoot the lights out, but their performances this season have always been neat and tidy. They have exciting attacking options though, which, up against a possibly lethargic magpie outfit, I’m backing to claim all three.

4/10 Brentford | Draw 38/10 | Sheffield 54/10 (16:00)

Brentford continue to take steps to ensure they are playing Premier League football next season. You get the feeling they need one more win, and against a Blades side void of any hope of staying up – it might just come.

I’m behind the home win here.

1/11 Manchester City | Draw 17/2 | Luton 19/1 (16:00)

Pep Guardiola has shown time and time again that he isn’t afraid of rotating his squad. This is a City side complete with ability and danger all over the field and deep into their substitution bench.

There is little Luton has to match their hosts (respectfully) and so a City win and over 2.5 goals seems the banker here. Simple as that…


12/10 Nottm Forest | Draw 49/20 | Wolves 2/1 (16:00)

Wolves have been a little hard done by with injuries, but always look to attack with an impotence and directness. Forest have done ok this season and if you have followed our writing this season you would know that I am a big fan of theirs.

I think the ability they have going forward is so often taken for granted! I think they get something out of this game. back them on the win/draw double.

51/20 Burnley | Draw 11/4 | Brighton 9/10 (16:00)

Interestingly enough, the Clarets are still fighting to stay in the League and after seeing their unbeaten run of four games go up in smoke away at Everton – this becomes a massive game!

I’m not disillusioned with the fact that I think they are playing Championship football next year, but fair play to them for making life difficult for their opponents at Turf Moor.

Brighton has the ability though to produce something really special on their day and I think they will win this. Back the away win.

27/20 Bournemouth | Draw 28/10 | Manchester United 16/10 (18:30)

The last time these two faced off, Bournemouth embarrassed United at Old Trafford. The Cherries have seemingly found a good formula between their offensive intentions and their defensive requirements.

United have shown that whilst their attacking threat is undeniable, they are defensively vulnerable against anyone! The banker here is both teams scoring and over 2.5 – for no other reason except United cannot keep a clean sheet for jam at the moment.


Sunday 14 April

2/9 Liverpool | Draw 54/10 | C Palace 9/1 (15:00)

Under Roy Hodgson you knew exactly what the Eagles would look to do in games like this. However, Oliver Glasner has been quite intentional about wanting to see his side attack and play positive football to attack and score more goals.

Liverpool will welcome a more buoyed Palace side though; an open game definitely suits them and whilst I see palace scoring, I think the home win is a given. Back Liverpool and both teams scoring here.

12/10 West Ham | Draw 26/10 | Fulham 39/20 (15:00)

I know it is often just par for the course, but David Moyes has done a good job with West Ham this year…irrespective of the narrative created on social media and in the press.

Fulham are up and down, and I prefer them to be at home. To be fair they have a few injuries, but my fear is they look like a side just waiting for the end of the season. Back the home win.

Monday 15 April

13/20 Chelsea | Draw 3/1 | Everton 7/2 (21:00)

At the time of writing, Everton have been handed a further points deduction in the Premier League! I really do feel for them, but at the risk of oversimplifying the situation, if they (like any other side) have broken the rules they need to face the consequences…

I think Everton at home is a different side, they rely on that atmosphere so much and now having to travel to the capital, I think Chelsea becomes the favourites. My only concern is defensively, Chelsea looks rather naïve and fail to nullify opposition threats consistently.

Nevertheless, you have to surely back the hosts here.

Written by Ryan Liberty