Everton v Fulham
Stoke v Arsenal
Sunderland v Bolton
Swansea v Wolves
West Brom v Aston Villa
Wigan Athletic v Newcastle
Norwich v Liverpool
With fewer and fewer games remaining in the Premier League season there are fewer opportunities for teams to gain the vital points they require.
Wigan and Newcastle have plenty to play for in their clash on Saturday afternoon. Wigan will be looking to gain another big scalp in a run of form that has seen great performances against, Chelsea, Man United and Arsenal.
Newcastle meanwhile will be looking to capitalise from recent slip ups from fellow Champions League aspirants Tottenham and Chelsea. Newcastle are the form team in the race for fourth.
Wigan are one point clear of relegation with Aston Villa the latest team in trouble after a loss to Bolton.
Wolves play for pride alone this weekend against Swansea. The Welsh outfit have the desire to finish in the top half in their first Premier League season, an achievement that may have some interested parties contacting Swans manager Brendan Rodgers. But for all appearances he seems happy where he is.
Another team struggling mightily to avoid relegation are Bolton Wanderers. And lucky for Bolton - the team with the third worst defence in the league - come up against a team who haven’t scored a solitary goal in their last four games, in Sunderland. This could be the perfect matchup for Bolton as they look to avoid the relegation scrap heap.
Aston Villa fans were not exactly screaming with joy from the rooftops when former Birmingham boss Alex McLeish was appointed manager at the start of the season. Some of their worst fears are being realised as Villa sink further and further into relegation trouble.
And it gets no easier for Villa with this trip to the Hawthorns. West Brom are in a fine run of form with wins over Liverpool, QPR and Bolton in their last four games.
The focus of Liverpool’s players going into their away game to Norwich may be more in securing FA Cup final places than anything else. Liverpool have dropped well and truly out of the Champions League running and a second domestic cup for the season is their primary goal.
Norwich performed well in the previous match between the teams, drawing 1-1 They will be looking for a repeat performance to continue Liverpool’s league woes.
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