After securing their first ever Premier League title, Leicester City will be looking to finish the season in style. While the race for the Champions League places looks to be going down to the wire with Manchester City and Manchester United battling it out for fourth spot.
Manchester Utd looking to close the gap in race for fourth
Manchester United know that they can heap the pressure on rivals Man City when they face Norwich in Saturday’s early kick-off.
Louis Van Gaal’s side took the lead early against Leicester City but were pegged back and had to settle for a point. United currently sit four points behind their neighbours, but crucially have a game in hand.
Norwich are involved in a scrap of their own and know they need three points to help their relegation battle.
Ahead of the clash Van Gaal said: “We have to win our matches because otherwise we cannot be in the first four – that’s the pressure that we have. We have to fight until the end, and then we have still the FA Cup to win.”
Spurs looking to finish off Premier League campaign in style despite missing out on title
After the disappointment of missing out on the Premier League title Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to finish their season on a high-note and secure a second place finish. They welcome Southampton to White Hart Lane for their final home game of the season.
Mauricio Pochettino will be without a host of his regular starters with Dele Alli already banned, Moussa Dembele is likely to be banned after being charged with violent conduct, while Danny Rose and Toby Alderweireld have slight injury doubts.
Southampton are finishing the season in strong fashion and are likely to be unchanged from the side which dismantled Man City 4-2.
Chelsea and Liverpool hoping for three points as Premier League draws to a conclusion
Liverpool know there is a slim chance of them finishing in the top if they win their remaining three matches and they will be full of confidence after reaching the Europa League Final.
The Reds welcome Watford to Anfield for the penultimate home game of the season. Jurgen Klopp’s side have been playing some stunning football at home and the fans have been treated to some terrific goals and performances.
Klopp is expected to make several changes to his starting XI but will still be without the services of Jordan Henderson, Divock Origi and Danny Ings; but the trio could return before the end of the season.
Ahead of the match Klopp said: “We will need the help of the crowd because I don’t know how many more games we’ve had than Watford.
“We will have a few changes for sure and we will try do everything to win this game. We respect this league, we want to have the best position we can get at the end of the season.”
Chelsea spoilt the title hopes of Spurs on Monday evening and Guus Hiddink could recall Eden Hazard after his spectacular second half display. The Blues face a Sunderland side still embroiled in a huge relegation scrap and fans can expect a fiery encounter.
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