After last weekends rather surprising win for Chelsea at Anfield the Premier League has been blown wide open again – with Manchester City once again favourites to take the title. Check out this weekend’s all Premier League both teams to score treble which includes the massive clash between Everton and Manchester City at Goodison Park.
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Man Utd v Sunderland – 3.00pm Saturday
Both teams to score odds – 8/11 with BetVictor
A re-energized Manchester United who have seen the club lifted since Ryan Giggs replaced David Moyes until the end of the season, host a Sunderland team heading for a surprise survival after looking doomed to be playing Championship football next season.
During Ryan Giggs first game in charge of Manchester United, he was able to orchestrate the 4-0 annihilation of Norwich City and will be incredibly pleased if he can replicate a similar scoreline here. It is clear that under Giggs, the Red Devils be playing quick passing, fluid and attacking football which should see the likes of Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata find the back of the net as frequently as they did last weekend. A goal for United is quite the banker.
Sunderland head to Old Trafford with as much confidence as they have had all season after avoiding defeat to Manchester City at The Etihad, then picking up an infamous victory at Stamford Bridge over Chelsea and then turning over Cardiff City 4-0 in their vital game at the bottom of the table last weekend at The Stadium of Light. The Black Cats cannot stop scoring goals with Fabio Borini and Conor Wickham hitting form at just the right time. Gus Poyet will send his side out to deliver more of the same and with such confidence at the club and on such great form I expect Sunderland to score.
Everton v Manchester City – 5.30pm Saturday
Both teams to score odds – 11/20 with BetVictor
Everton unfortunately have lost grip on their Champions League challenge after losing 2-0 last weekend to Southampton and then adding insult to injury, Arsenal despatched Newcastle with such ease on Monday night in a 4-0 obliteration. Manchester City have it all to play for and know if they win their remaining games they will become Premier League Champions for the second time.
Everton will wish to hit back after their dip in form and after a strong performance here at Goodison Park such a short time ago over Arsenal, we know they can match the big sides on their day. Roberto Martinez will be looking to get the most out of Romelu Lukaku and we know the big Belgium goal scorer can find the net at any time. In front if their own fans the Toffees are a formidable outfit and I expect them to bounce back from last weeks defeat with a good showing here and at least one goal.
The Citizens know their exact task for their final three games and that is to gather nine points and the title will be theirs. On paper this is the most difficult of the three games and should be a close fought match, but with nothing but a victory essential for Pellegrini, expect an attacking side. City have scored in each of their last ten matches and have so many goal scorers ready to chip in- an away win is the most likely result.
Stoke City v Fulham – 3.00pm Saturday
Both teams to score odds – 8/11 with BetVictor
It is literally the last chance saloon for Fulham who require nothing short of two wins in their final two games to give them any sort of hope of a great escape. Standing in their way is a difficult away trip to Stoke who have had an excellent season under the stewardship of Mark Hughes.
Stoke are ever so strong at home having earned three quarters of their points at the Brittania and their fans will be expecting them to win. Last week Stoke felt hard-done-by after a 1-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur where the referee was under plenty of scrutiny by sending off Ryan Shawcross, the Potters will wish to make amends today. Mark Hughes will have plenty of motivation to relegate Fulham as well after leaving the club on bad terms, with little love lost, I expect there to be no holding back.
As we have already discussed, Fulham NEED to win their final two games to stand a chance and will be all out for goals here, this should leave us with a match with plenty of chances at both ends. Fulham have not kept a clean sheet away from home since the first game of the season at Sunderland which does not make good reading and with Felix Magath knowing they are likely to conceded, they will need at least two goals on Saturday.
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