Premier League predictions: Chelsea tighten grip on top four as Manchester City maintain goal glut

Premier League predictions: Chelsea tighten grip on top four as Manchester City maintain goal glut
Premier League predictions: Chelsea tighten grip on top four as Manchester City maintain goal glut

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - TUESDAY: Chelsea v Norwich City (Kick-off 11.15pm UAE): After his team's brutal 3-0 defeat at Sheffield United on Saturday, Chelsea manager Frank Lampard admitted the Blades "were better than us physically, in the mind and with the ball" and called it “one of our worst” performances of the season. Facing a team already relegated at home in your next game might just be what the doctor ordered to reboot Chelsea's top-four ambitions. Norwich are poised to lose an eighth consecutive league game for the first time in their history and have not beaten Chelsea in 26 years. Prediction: Chelsea 3 Norwich 0. PA

WEDNESDAY: Burnley v Wolves (9pm): Wolves brushed aside a woeful Everton 3-0 on Sunday that ended a run of two successive defeats and revived their Champions League hopes. Key man Raul Jimenez scored from the spot at Molineux to make it 19 goals this season, while Diogo Jota grabbed his 13th. Burnley, though, are in good form - unbeaten in five games and fresh from earning a point at champions Liverpool. Prediction: Wolves 1 Burnley 0. Reuters

Manchester City v Bournemouth (9pm): It has been a pleasing few days for Manchester City. They followed up their 5-0 battering of Newcastle by inflicting the same scoreline on Brighton down out the south coast and then on Monday, it was announced by the Court of Arbitration for Sport that the club had won their appeal to overturn a Champions League ban. Bournemouth, meanwhile, stunned Champions League-chasing Leicester on Sunday by running out shock 4-1 victors to lift their hopes of avoiding the drop. But facing a fired-up City smashing in goals left, right and centre, is a sure fire way to be dragged back down to earth with a thud. Prediction: Manchester City 4 Bournemouth 0. PA

Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur (9pm): Spurs showed they still have plenty of fight left in them for a Euro spot next season after coming from behind to beat local rivals Arsenal 2-1 on Sunday. Goals from Son Heung-min and Toby Alderweireld earned Jose Mourinho's side a vital three points on the back of some poor performances. Newcastle's fine run since the restart has come to crashing to a halt after they followed up their 5-0 thrashing at Manchester City by throwing away a one-goal lead to lost at Watford. The Magpies, though, will be looking to continue Mourinho's St James' Park hoodoo - the Portuguese has yet to win in seven league games there. Prediction: Newcastle 2 Tottenham 1. Reuters

Arsenal v Liverpool (11.15pm): While both of these teams come into the game on the back of disappointing results, it is Arsenal who suffered the bigger blow. Liverpool, with the league crown safely in their possession, were held to a surprise home draw with Burnley that ended their hopes of finishing the season with a 100 per cent record at Anfield. The Gunners, meanwhile, fell to a devastating late defeat to North London rivals Spurs that severely dented their hopes of European football next season. Prediction: Arsenal 2 Liverpool 3. EPA

THURSDAY: Everton v Aston Villa (9pm): What a chance for Aston Villa to further boost their survival hopes. Dean Smith's men secured a first league win since January 21 by beating Crystal Palace on Sunday, when Trezeguet scored both their goals. They now face an Everton side whose attitude and performance was called "unacceptable" by manager Carlo Ancelotti after their 3-0 capitulation at Wolves in their last match. Prediction: Aston Villa 2 Everton 1.

Leicester City v Sheffield United (9pm): Real contrasting fortunes in their previous outings for these two club. Leicester were beating Bournemouth 1-0 until a crazy two minutes that saw them concede two goals and have a man sent-off, before capitulating to a 4-1 defeat. No such problems for the Blades as they completed an impressive 3-0 demolition job on top-four chasing Chelsea to keep alive their own European dreams. Prediction: Leicester 1 Sheffield United 1. AP

Crystal Palace v Manchester United (11.15pm): The end of the season just cannot come soon enough for hapless Crystal Palace. Their top-flight status might have been safely secured but five defeats in a row - scoring twice and conceding 13 - is a miserable run by anyone's standards. Free-scoring Manchester United will be licking their lips at the prospect of taking down the wounded Eagles. Although United were clearly frustrated after missing out on three points at home to Southampton on Monday. Prediction: Crystal Palace 1 Manchester United 3. PA

Southampton v Brighton (11.15pm): After facing champions Liverpool then second-placed Manchester City in successive matches - and losing 8-1 on aggregate in the process - Brighton will be relieved to be taking on someone further down the Premier League pecking order. Graham Potter's side could do with another victory just to make sure they are not dragged back into the relegation mire Southampton, though, were impressive against Manchester United on Monday and deserved their late equaliser. Southampton 2 Brighton 1. EPA

THURSDAY: West Ham United v Watford (11pm): What a relegation humdinger this is. Both teams hovering on the edge of the drop zone who secured vital victories in their last matches. West Ham made light work of bottom club Norwich as Michail Antonio scored all the goals in a 4-0 battering, while two Troy Deeney penalties earned the Hornets a 2-1 win over Newcastle. Both teams are desperate for a win but you get the feeling they will have to settle for a point each. Prediction: West Ham 2 Watford 2. AFP

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