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Premier League Hits The Home Stretch With Gameweek 30

A preview of what to expect in the Premier League season finale
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The Premier League hits the final stretch- only nine game weeks left to go. And if Manchester City seemed like the odds-on favourite to claim the title some weeks ago, Liverpool has somehow clawed its way back.

Just one point separates the leaders and their rivals. This makes for an intriguing fixture when both teams meet on the other side of the international break.

Liverpool has blown the title race open after its win against Arsenal

There is limited action this weekend owing to the FA Cup which enters its last eight. Indeed, the Cityzens and the Reds take on Southampton and Nottingham Forest respectively on Sunday. Chelsea faces Middlesbrough as Crystal and Everton meet in the other two quarterfinal encounters.

Gameweek 30’s matches promise just as much drama with direct implications on the relegation zone.

Review of Gameweek 29

The previous game week rained goals everywhere. Well, except at Selhurst Park.

Luis Diaz was a menace in Liverpool’s 2-0 away win at Brighton.

Ivan Toney scored a brace as Brentford eased past a struggling Burnley 2-0.

And in the game of the weekend, Cristiano Ronaldo reminded everyone of the old times with a fantastic hat-trick in Manchester United’s 3-2 win against Tottenham.

Ronaldo was the star of gameweek 29

Chelsea earned a hard-fought win against Newcastle courtesy of Kai Havertz’s last-gasp goal.

In a match that truly sprung to life in stoppage time, Leeds United secured a dramatic 2-1 win against Norwich.

Wolves managed a 1-0 win against Everton as West Ham defeated Aston Villa 2-1.

Cucho Hernandez inspired Watford to a 2-1 win against Southampton as Arsenal outclassed Leicester City 2-0.

Monday night action saw Crystal Palace hold the Premier League champions to a goalless draw.

Preview Of Gameweek 30

Only four matches are scheduled for this weekend. And yet, the line-up promises plenty of excitement.

Wolves will entertain Leeds in tonight’s action. The visitors returned to winning ways last weekend. New manager, Jesse Marsch will be desperate for another win as they fight to avoid relegation.

Arsenal travels to Villa Park to face a tricky Aston Villa side at lunchtime tomorrow. The Gunners simply bowed to the superiority of Liverpool in their outstanding fixture in midweek.

Leicester City, having qualified for the quarterfinals of the Europa Conference League, takes on Brentford.

There will be drama in the London derby

Then, it will be time for the London derby between Tottenham and West Ham. The Spurs will be the fresher of both sides after a tough but successful round of 16 night in the Europa League.

Predictions for Gameweek 30

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Wolves vs Leeds United (Under 3.5 goals)

Aston Villa vs Arsenal (2)

Leicester City vs Brentford (over 2.5 goals)

Tottenham vs West Ham (goal/goal)