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Tottenham v Brighton

Kick-off: Week 35, Tuesday 23rd April, 19:45

Tottenham will be looking to increase the gap between themselves and the other teams fighting for Champions League spot in this one as they welcome Brighton to the New Tottenham Stadium. Lucas Moura and Son have been on fire since star man Harry Kane was ruled out for the rest of the season which has not only helped them in the Premier League but has also got them to this seasons Champions League semifinals.

Brighton will still be looking behind them in the table and desperate to get a couple of wins on the board quickly to secure there Premier League status. It’s still very close at the bottom of the table with Brighton and Cardiff looking the favourites to fill the final relegation stop. With tough games coming up, they’ll need to produce a shock somewhere.

With Tottenham still fighting for a top-four finish, we can’t see them going easy in this one and if they play as they can, they will walk it.

  • Correct score prediction: Tottenham 3 – 0 Brighton
  • Odds: 12/1

Watford v Southampton

Kick-off: Week 35, Tuesday 23rd April, 19:45

A huge game for both sides. Watford will be looking to keep the pressure on and potentially climb into the top seven once again in this one but will have to do it without star man Troy Deeney after his sending of a game ago. They still have enough quality in the side to get something from this one and with so much at stake, they will be buzzing for it.

Southampton will know another win here will all but guarantee their status in the Premier League for next season and the way they have been playing under Ralph Hassenhutl, you wouldn’t put it past them getting something from this one. Players such as James Ward-Prowse, Danny Ings and Nathan Redmond look full of confidence again which is helping them push on.

We can see this one being a very close encounter between two good sides. In fact, we can see this one ending a draw.

  • Correct score prediction: Watford 1 – 1 Southampton
  • Odds: 7/1

Wolves v Arsenal

Kick-off: Week 35, Wednesday 24th April, 19:45

Wolves are another of those sides who are still fighting for a top seven place and they have a good chance to clinch 7th again with 3 games to go if they can beat Arsenal. They have produced many shock results this season against very good opponents so they will fancy themselves.

Arsenal have been very poor away from home this season. In fact, if they were better on the road they could have already secured a top-four finish. Up until last week, they were the only side not to keep a clean sheet on the road which is a shocking stat for a club the size of Arsenal. They will be hoping to put that behind them and push on in this one which will put the pressure on the other teams.

A very tough game to call as Wolves have been superb at home and Arsenal have been poor on the road, but with the Gunners having so much to play for, we think they’ll get something.

  • Correct score prediction: Wolves 2 – 2 Arsenal
  • Odds: 10/1

Manchester United v Manchester City

Kick-off: Week 35, Wednesday 24th April, 20:00

Manchester United have not been the same as they first started under Ole Gunnar Solkjaer since he signed a permanent deal and a top-four finish now looks a tough ask after a huge push over the past couple of months. What a time this would be to put an end to the recent poor run in the Manchester Derby and hugely dent their chances of regaining the Premier League.

Manchester City will know how important this game is for there season and will also know in the current form they should be winning this game. With the amount of quality they have and the form players such as De Bruyne, Sterling and Aguero are in, they should win it and win it well, even if they are away from home.

With the title riding on this game, we really think Manchester City could embarrass there local rivals in this one.

  • Correct score prediction: Manchester United 1 – 3 Manchester City
  • Odds: 16/1