The thrilling 2015-16 Barclays Premier League season draws to its conclusion this weekend, with the race for the title and battled for relegation already decided, attention turns to the race for the top four with Manchester United, Man City and West Ham all in contention.
Manchester United looking to secure Champions League football
Louis Van Gaal’s Manchester United side will be looking to pip rivals Man City to fourth place when they welcome Bournemouth to Old Trafford on Sunday.
United are just two points behind their rivals who travel to Swansea for what looks to be a tricky. United slipped to a 3-2 defeat at West Ham despite taking a 2-1 lead after two Anthony Martial goals.
Van Gaal will still be without the suspended Marouane Fellaini, while full-back Matteo Darmian is expected to miss out again with an ankle injury.
Bournemouth have enjoyed a remarkable first season in the Premier League and after being tipped for relegation they will be delighted with their performances. They will go into the game with no fear and can definitely cause the hosts some problems.
But with a top four place on the line you would expect Man Utd to finish strong in front of their own fans.
Tottenham Hotspur look to cement a second place finish in the Premier League; while Liverpool look for a top six finish ahead of Europa League final
Spurs travel to Newcastle knowing a victory will guarantee them their highest ever Premier League finish.
Mauricio Pochettino has no new injury worries but will still be without the suspended Dele Alli and Moussa Dembele for the game at St James’ Park. Despite missing out on the title this has been a memorable season for the White Hart Lane side and they deserve a second place finish, surel the motivation of finishing ahead of Arsenal will see them through.
112 – Spurs have allowed fewer shots on target against them than any other team in the Premier League this season. Tight.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) May 13, 2016
Liverpool will be hoping they can enter Wednesday’s Europa League final on a real high-note as they travel to West Bromwich Albion. Jurgen Klopp’s side can still cement their place in the top six with three points; should West Ham fail to win.
The German manager is likely to rest the majority of his first XI but Klopp has indicated he still wants the three points saying: “We’ll try to find a line-up to win at West Brom. At this moment it’s the most important thing in the world.”
Leicester City to celebrate title at home of previous champions Chelsea
There is something very poetic of the last game of the season between the new champions Leicester City and previous champions Chelsea FC at Stamford Bridge.
Guus Hiddink will be without Willian, Diego Costa and Branislav Ivanovic through injury. While John Terry is suspended.
The champions arrive in fine spirit and look unstoppable at the moment, they welcome back Danny Drinkwater and will also have top scorer Jamie Vardy available.
The atmosphere created by the travelling fans will make this an unmissable game.
What a way to finish the season.
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