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Chelsea are on a run of 10 matches without keeping a clean sheet
Chelsea landed the first blow in the title race at the weekend as they beat Tottenham to progress to the FA Cup final. Although a different competition, it is thought that it could have a lasting psychological impact in the run in. Many people wondered what Conte was doing when he named a side without Eden Hazard and Diego Costa. He clearly had one eye on the fixture against Southampton, and it paid off. He can now welcome them back into the side as he seeks to go 7 points ahead at the top of the Premier League ahead of Tottenham’s fixture a day later. But the stakes are high, lose and their lead could be cut to just one point. Gary Cahill will be touch and go after spending two days last week in hospital, but Nathan Ake showed he is a capable replacement. Willian is the only slight injury concern and appears to have picked up an injury against Tottenham.
Southampton have little to play for. Safe from relegation, but with no chance of qualifying for Europe, their motivation will be questioned. However, they should be able to get up for a game against a big team, and on their day they can cause the opposition problems.
Suggested bet: Hull to win @ 19/20 (Betfair Sportsbook)
Middlesbrough have drawn their last 3 home matches against Sunderland in all competitions
his is a season defining game for both teams, and only a win will do otherwise survival is looking highly unlikely. The problem is, neither team looks capable of winning a game of Football. The hosts Middlesbrough are without a win in 16 Premier League games. The only way they have managed to avoid defeat in all but one of the 6 draws in that period is to keep the score at 0-0. Following his sending off against Bournemouth, Gaston Ramirez is suspended, with Adama Traore expected to take his place. Fabio is likely to start at right back, but Grant Leadbitter, Victor Valdes and Marten de Roon are doubts through injury.
Sunderland’s record hasn’t been much better. They have just the one win in 15 matches, but have drawn just 4. David Moyes will be without the suspended Sebastian Larsson, while Paddy McNair, Duncan Watmore, Jan Kirchhoff and Bryan Oviedo are out. Billy Jones is expected to return to the team at right back, though.
Suggested bet: 0-0 Correct Score @ 9/1 (Skybet)
There have been over 2.5 goals scored in Arsenal’s last 6 games
Arsene Wenger will have relieved some pressure after seeing his side gain an extra time victory over Manchester City to secure their place in an FA Cup final showdown against Chelsea in May. But he must turn his attentions back on the Premier League, because he is watching his side’s hopes of a Champions League spot slip away. He has just two days to get his players ready after playing 120 minutes on Sunday. This could be a challenge as there seemed to be some very tired legs towards the end of the match. Changes are expected, with Bellerin and Gibbs expected to come into the side. Mustafi is still out through injury giving Rob Holding the opportunity to regain his place in the side. Francis Coquelin and Danny Welbeck are the other two that are vying for a place in the lineup as Wenger freshens his side up.
By the time the game kicks off, Leicester will have had 10 days rest and will in much better shape. They will be looking to continue their resurgence in the league, and have won 5 of their last seven matches. While Islam Slimani is out with a groin injury, Wes Morgan is expected to be available after being forced off with injury against Atletico Madrid.
Suggested bet: Leicester draw no bet @ 13/4 (Unibet)
Tottenham have been winning at both half time and full time in 5 of their last 7 matches
Jose Mourinho declared that he is yet to give up on the league following his side’s superb 2-0 victory over table toppers Chelsea at the weekend. It was suggested that the Red Devils would focus on winning the Europa League, but Mourinho senses the chance to finish inside the top four this season. Manchester United’s away form has been great this season, and in their last 3 away matches they have scored at least 3 goals.
But Burnley’s home form has been particularly good, so it is a difficult place to travel. Tottenham are the only side to beat them since Mid-November at home. Plus they aren’t safe from relegation so will be fighting for their lives.
Suggested bet: Tottenham Half Time/Full Time @ 8/5 (Ladbrokes)
Man Utd are undefeated in their last 23 matches
Jose Mourinho has his team marching towards a top 4 place as they finish the season strongly. While they are guilty of too many draws, it is now 23 games without defeat in the Premier League which is normally the form of title winners. In fact, a win over their Manchester rivals will catapult them above City into 4th place, so a lot is on the line. Rotation has featured heavily for Jose Mourinho, and he is expected to make changes once again. With Marcos Rojo out for the season, either Phil Jones or Chris Smalling are expected to replace him. Paul Pogba and Ander Herrera are doubts after picking up injuries against Burnley so Fellaini and Carrick are in line to replace them. Rashford and Mkhitaryan are likely to return in attack, but Zlatan Ibrahimovic won’t be seen again this season.
City boss Guardiola has to pick his players up after their extra time loss against Arsenal, but their Thursday fixture means there is plenty of time to recover. David Silva is a doubt after picking up an injury against Arsenal, and Sergio Aguero is touch and go. John Stones is also expected to be missing, which means Vincent Kompany may be risked despite playing 120 minutes just 4 days before.
Suggested bet: Manchester United Win/Draw Double Chance @ 10/11 (Bet365)
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