Plenty At Stake In Premier League Gameweek 25

A preview of what is to come in the Premier League Gameweek 9

As expected, the Premier League continues to serve excitement and drama. Indeed, the table is experiencing some reshuffling, especially the relegation zone.

After game week 24, Newcastle swam out of the relegation waters into 17th position for the first time this season. On the other hand, Everton are drowning ever so slightly, with just one point above the Magpies.

Newcastle’s new signings are proving pivotal

And yet, the most intense competition is for the last Champions League spot. Only six points separate West Ham in fourth place and Wolves in eighth place.

Some key battles await this weekend.

Review of Gameweek 24

Gameweek 24 produced some cracking encounters and goals. For most of it, the play was end-to-end.

Newcastle’s January splash in the transfer market is beginning to pay dividends. Kieran Trippier scored a sublime freekick as Eddie Howe’s men finished off Everton 3-1.

Jarrod Bowen scored the only goal in West Ham’s important win against Watford.

Burnley forced Manchester United to a 1-1 draw as Wifried Zaha scored and missed a penalty in Crystal Palace’s 1-1 draw with Norwich.

Southampton upset Tottenham, coming from behind with 10 minutes to go to defeat Tottenham 3-2.

Manchester eased past Brentford 2-0 as Aston Villa and Leeds United played out an entertaining 3-3 draw.

Diogo Jota helped Liverpool remain within close distance with Manchester City with a brace in their 2-0 win against an out-of-form Leicester City.

Jota was outstanding in game week 24

Arsenal did just enough to defeat Wolves 1-0.

Preview Of Gameweek 25

The weekend action looks set to deliver lots of excitement.

Manchester United begins the game week with a tricky tie against a confident Southampton side on Saturday.

Watford and Brighton will go toe-to-toe immediately after at Vicarage road as Brentford hosts Crystal Palace.

Everton will entertain Leeds United at Goodison Park with plenty at stake for both teams as Manchester City travel to face Norwich.

There will be plenty to play for when Everton takes on Leeds

Wolves will be guests to Tottenham as Newcastle and Aston Villa face off.

Burnley takes on a rampant Liverpool with Salah available to start.

Leicester City meets West Ham in the last action of the weekend on Sunday evening.

Predictions for Gameweek 25

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Manchester United vs Southampton (goal/goal)

Watford vs Brighton (over 1.5 goals)

Brentford vs Crystal Palace (over 2.5 goals)

Everton vs Leeds (goal/goal)

Norwich vs Manchester City (2)

Tottenham vs Wolves (under 3.5 goals)

Newcastle vs Aston Villa (over 2.5 goals)

Burnley vs Liverpool (2)

Leicester City vs West Ham (X2)