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Saturday, April 20, 2013

34th day of the Premier League l United one step closer to the title?

The 34th day of the Premier League could be practically see Manchester United champions England on Monday night.


Saturday, April 20: Fulham vs Arsenal
In great shape, Arsenal made the short journey to Fulham. Unbeaten since March 3, Arsene Wenger's players are only one point away from the podium, now ends with Chelsea and 61 points. Facing them, Fulham, who has not won for the last three games and out of a 3-0 defeat at home. Local do not play anything but the Gunners, they have every intention of hanging the Champion's League.
Saturday, April 20: Norwich vs Reading
Reading lamp this weekend one of his cards. Last championship with 24 points (tied with QPR), they have no choice but to win to hope to save, even if walking seems too high. Opposite Norwich have not won since late February but has yet to pick up a few points to ensure his rescue. They have also lost three times at home this season. Difficult in these conditions to Reading to catch his opponent ...
Saturday, April 20: QPR vs Stoke
For QPR, too, is one of the last chances. Stoke and in poor form, is timely. They have not won away since December 1, 2012 and remain on five-game losing streak away from their bases. QPR must jump at the chance to get closer to the first non-relegation zone which is 10 lengths.
Saturday, April 20: Sunderland vs Everton
Face to Sunderland, Everton must win to hang Europe. They can enjoy the large posters (Liverpool-Chelsea and Tottenham-City) to get closer to European markets that are now only two points. At home, Sunderland has six games without a win but out of a superbly derby against Newcastle won, 3-0. In fact, Everton is greater and statistics as Sunderland have not won against Everton since December 22, 2001 ...
Saturday, April 20: Swansea vs Southampton
Swansea-Southampton is THE game of the soft underbelly this weekend. 9th, Swansea has nothing to hope and Southampton, in great shape, will save quickly. At the Liberty Stadium, Swansea lost just four times in 16 games but faces a team that still beat Chelsea and Liverpool recently. If both teams play their best football, the meeting mid-table could be spectacular!
Saturday, April 20: West Brom vs Newcastle
Surprise early season, West Brom fell walking distance. He just lost twice in a row against Arsenal and West Ham. As for Newcastle, they lost heavily against Sunderland and have yet to pick up points to save.With the financial resources injected this year, a descent would work ...
Saturday, April 20: West Ham vs Wigan
Often close to the red zone, West Ham is now reassembled and advanced to 11th place with 39 points.Faced with Hammers players Wigan recovered to block after their qualification for the final of the FA Cup. This week, they were beaten 1-0 as against City and sell dearly to save their skin. Relegation three points of Aston Villa with a game in hand, Wigan is likely to stay in the Premier League next season. This must go with a victory this weekend.
Sunday, April 21: Tottenham vs Manchester City
A game that feels Europe! The Spurs are currently 5th and virtually qualified in the Europa League. This is clearly a disappointment after spending much of the season in the top 4. But with a game in hand, they will see it coming. The second Citizens are in great shape and have chained three consecutive wins in the league and qualified in the FA Cup final against Chelsea. If they do not want to double Everton, Spurs must hold at least a point.
Sunday, April 21: Liverpool vs Chelsea
The Blues face a team that has apparently turned down arms. In Liverpool, some even say that non-qualification in the European Cup would be a good thing for the club. Chelsea will be highly motivated with the idea of ​​staying on the podium with a victory in a battle for Europe closer than ever.
Monday, April 22: Manchester United vs Aston Villa
If Tottenham beat Manchester City, United can be champions in his den at Old Trafford if they win.Hung this week at West Ham, while the Red Devils want to win at home where they took the three points 14 times in 16 games. Aston Villa will certainly present face Ferguson's men with a very defensive composition. Non-relegation first, the Villans will do anything to take at least a point in Manchester.

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