Arsenal V Leicester City – Sunday 14th February 16 – 12.00
Arsenal will look to close this gap between themselves and top place Leicester with a win this weekend. After beating Bournemouth 2-0 away from home, Arsenal fans will be feeling confident that they can pull off a result against Leicester. Leicester will be going into the game six points clear at the top of the table after stunning Man City at the Etihad. They have been a joy to watch all season, and their title prospects are looking very promising but could a trip to Arsenal be a stumbling block, as Arsenal look to increase their chances of a title winning campaign?
Manchester City V Tottenham – Sunday 14th February 16 – 16.15
Manchester City will be running onto the field on Sunday on the back off a 3-1 defeat to Leicester. They will have to bounce back against Spurs in order to pump some life back into their title chase, however Spurs are on a very impressive run, winning their previous four games, the most recent being a narrow 1-0 win against Watford. Both teams will come out hungry for the three points, knowing they have to narrow the gap at the top of the table in order to keep their title dreams alive.
Chelsea V Newcastle United – Saturday 13th February 16 – 17.30
Chelsea managed to pull back a goal very late in their game against Manchester United last Sunday, to take a point away from the game. They will be hoping to take all three when they come up against Newcastle this weekend as they look to continue their revival under Guus Hiddink. Newcastle who sit 17th in the league will hope to distance themselves away from the drop zone, as they try to continue the good form they showed against West Brom on Saturday.
Norwich V West Ham – Saturday 13th February 16 – 15.00
Norwich sit 18th in the league and are in very poor form, losing their last five matches. They will need to bounce back against West Ham if they are going to have any chance of saving themselves from Championship football next season. As for West Ham, they will look to push for a Europa League place next season, as they look to continue the good form they showed against Liverpool in the FA Cup midweek.
Aston Villa V Liverpool – Sunday 14th February 16 – 14.05
Jurgen Klopps’ Liverpool will be hoping to see an improvement in their form, as they have only won one game in their last six. They come face to face with an Aston Villa side who are rock bottom in the league. Liverpool have had to face a few upsets this season and could a trip to Villa Park be another upset in the making? Both teams will be fighting for the win, as both are desperate for the three points. This looks like a very feisty fixture.