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Premier League Matchday 35: Preview & Predictions

Premier League Matchday 35: Preview & Predictions

The 2022/23 Premier League season rumbles on this weekend, with some intriguing matches scheduled to take place at both ends of the table.

There will be plenty of attention on the Etihad Stadium as title-chasing Manchester City go head-to-head with relegation-threatened Leeds United.

At the other end of the standings, Nottingham Forest versus Southampton on Monday evening could be a pivotal game in the battle to avoid relegation.

Read on as we look at the Premier League fixtures for Matchday 35 before previewing what is on the agenda over the weekend.

Premier League Matchday 35: Fixtures

Saturday, May 6

Bournemouth vs Chelsea
Manchester City vs Leeds United
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Aston Villa
Tottenham Hotspur vs Crystal Palace
Liverpool vs Brentford

Sunday, May 7

Newcastle United vs Arsenal
West Ham United vs Manchester United

Monday, May 8

Fulham vs Leicester City
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Everton
Nottingham Forest vs Southampton

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Premier League Matchday 35: Preview

Man City’s recent 4-1 victory over Arsenal put them in pole position to win the title for the fifth time in six years and they are strongly fancied to the job done.

For fans who love to bet on Premier League games, City will be a banker selection when they welcome Leeds to the Etihad this weekend.

Pep Guardiola’s side are long odds-on with the bookmakers to pick up three points and it is difficult to imagine any other result than a home win.

Leeds will hope that new interim manager Sam Allardyce can spark a revival in their fortunes, with the team in severe danger of dropping into the Championship.

Allardyce would love nothing more than to upset the odds against City, but his team looks ill-equipped for the massive challenge they will face.

Elsewhere on Saturday, European hopefuls Liverpool will bid to continue their recent upsurge in form when they host Brentford.

The Reds have endured an indifferent season but are now in contention to qualify for the Europa League and will be keen to pick up another win.

The highlight of Sunday’s pair of fixtures is undoubtedly the clash between Newcastle United and Arsenal at St James’ Park.

The Magpies are on track to qualify for the Champions League and will be desperate to demonstrate their credentials by beating Arsenal.

Mikel Arteta’s side have mounted a strong title challenge this season, but a recent wobble has handed the initiative to Man City.

Manchester United are also in action on Sunday as they travel south to take on struggling West Ham United at the London Stadium.

The Red Devils are in contention for a top-four finish and can ill-afford any slip-ups against a Hammers team that has seriously underperformed this season.

The relegation battle takes the spotlight on Monday evening, with four teams currently battling against the drop all in action.

Leicester City face a tricky trip to Fulham, while Everton will not find things easy when they visit Brighton & Hove Albion.

The final game sees Forest host Southampton in a clash that could be crucial in determining which one of them is relegated at the end of the campaign.

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