Games That Will Define The Premier League Season

Games That Will Define The Premier League Season

The Premier League is the most watched football division on the planet with fans in every corner tuning in each week as the 20 clubs do battle.

Full of drama and passion, England’s top flight is unrivalled and the 2023/24 campaign has proved to be another enthralling season full of shocks and exciting matches at both ends of the table.

While the race for the title is hotting up with a month and a half of action remaining, the fight to beat the drop is reaching new levels too with seven sides grappling at the bottom and fans are now accessing the top rated sports betting sites to assess the odds and back their favourite teams.

As we reach the climax of the season, this article will assess the upcoming games which could come tp define the Premier League.

Man United vs Arsenal

Arsenal versus Manchester United was the main top of the table rivalry at the turn of the century and while it may no longer be a straight shootout for the title, this season’s edition could have a huge bearing on which team finishes top.

The Gunners are pushing Manchester City and Liverpool all the way for first place and head to Old Trafford in the second to last match of the campaign. Owing to the top form of their two competitors at the summit, one would expect they will need to beat the old enemy if they are to secure the main prize.

Tottenham vs Man City

Manchester City have a knack of going on stunning winning runs at the end of the season to secure the title and many football followers are backing Pep Guardiola’s men to repeat their usual trick this time around. However, heading to Ange Postecoglou’s Tottenham in the final month of the season will be no stroll in the park with Spurs themselves pushing for a place in the top four.

On paper, this looks like City’s toughest challenge and don’t forget, they are still spinning plates in the FA Cup and Champions League as they aim for glory and aim to win a consecutive treble.

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Liverpool vs Wolves

It’s set to be an emotional final day of the season at Anfield with Jurgen Klopp leaving Liverpool at the end of the campaign. The fact the German is walking away from a defining era would make a Premier League title victory all the more special.

The Reds have pipped City to the title once before in the last five years and will be desperate to do so again and ensure Klopp gets the perfect send off.

Aston Villa vs Chelsea

While Chelsea have faltered for another season, Villa have excelled and are in the driving seat when it comes to securing a place in the top four. With Unai Emery mastering the tactics on the touchline and Ollie Watkins scoring the goals, Champions League football could be heading to the Midlands in 2024.

Luton vs Everton

Everton are still precariously close to the relegation zone having had a total of eight points deducted by the Premier League after breaching Profit and Sustainability rules. That means the Toffees still have work to do if they want to extend their record-breaking stay in the top-flight and they still have to head to Kenilworth Road where Luton refuse to give up on their dream of surviving at the top table for another campaign.

Burnley vs Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest have also endured a four point deduction and have struggled at the wrong end of the table for much of the campaign. Burnley, meanwhile, have been marooned in the bottom three for almost the entirety of the season with the expansive football played by manager Vincent Kompany failing to earn results in the Premier League.

Summing Up

The last month of the Premier League season is sure to throw up the usual drama and enthralling storylines as teams at the top and bottom do all they can to achieve success in the greatest football league on earth.

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