Liverpool have it all to do as they look to rescue a Champions League spot from a desperately poor season, but things are tight enough that one week could change it all. Sky and BT will screen additional Premier League fixtures on a pay-per-view basis after the Premier League agreed it would continue to make all matches available to fans until at least the end of October. It’s hard to describe the feeling of unity that happens when you show up to a game, a bar, or any large gathering of fans and see a sea of home jerseys. City have lost just one home game from 12 this season, which came all the way back in September, when Leicester demolished them 5-2 at the Etihad. Otherwise, they have a reasonable run as they look to secure a dream return to the top table of European football. The Premier League is set to return next month, and Chelsea will have a Champions League place and silverware still to play for.
The North Division marks a return to the NHL’s rivalry roots. Meanwhile, Tottenham have difficult matches against Leicester and United to come, on top of the north London derby at the Emirates. Of course, it’s entirely possible that neither Manchester United or Leicester – who are currently in the title race – will make it into the top four. Antetokounmpo passed earlier and more willingly in Game 6, and he will need to bring that mindset to Game 7. An open jumper for a good shooter is often better than Antetokounmpo flinging himself into Griffin and a second help defender. He scored twice in that stretch, pulling up for a 3 and working his way to a midrange jumper off of a ball screen. It may be a little later and in unique circumstances but it is once again time to gaze into the crystal ball and make the annual Premier League predictions. Odds provided by Betfair and correct as per the time of publication. They’ve become masters at throwing things away; Sunday’s defeat to Manchester United was the eighth time they’ve dropped points from a winning position in the league this season. Chelsea have been a resurgent force under Thomas Tuchel but they are far from infallible – as a 5-2 defeat to West Brom a week ago showed.
It may feel harsh to leave Arsenal in 10th out of the list, but a gap of 11 points to West Ham seems a step too far for the Gunners this season, particularly as they have won just two games from their last six. Indeed, Tottenham have won just one from their last six, but if they win their game in hand, they are just six points off the top four. It therefore makes sense to analyse the trio of Manchester City, United and Leicester in terms of the title race, before including West Ham in the battle for the top four. Manchester City’s supreme form of late, in which they have won 18 consecutive matches in all competitions, including 13 in the Premier League, has put them firmly in pole position. Check out all the stats for the season so far, as well as the state of play for all 20 clubs’ seasons in the races for the Champions League, Europa League, and safety from relegation.
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