As the Premier League season reaches the home stretch, there is still a lot to be decided in the final weeks.
Outside the leaders, Manchester City who have all but wrapped up the title, the seven teams beneath continue to harbour realistic hopes of featuring in next season’s UEFA Champions League.
West Brom is not willing to go down without a fight as it cruised to a second consecutive win.
Two of the world’s most successful coaches are set to clash in the weekend’s headline fixture as Carlo Ancelotti welcomes Jose Mourinho to Goodison Park.
Review of Gameweek 31
The previous game week promised and delivered excitement, drama and goals.
Adama Traore scored a last-gasp winner as Wolves condemned struggling Fulham to a fourth straight defeat.
Stuart Dallas scored a brace as Leeds secured a 2-1 smash-and-grab win over Manchester City.
Liverpool ended a run of six home defeats with a 2-1 win over Aston Villa. Chelsea trounced a lethargic Crystal Palace 4-1 to reignite its top-four hopes.
Newcastle earned a vital 2-1 win away at Burnley as Jesse Lingard continued his impressive form in West Ham’s 3-2 win over Leicester City.
Manchester United came from behind to defeat Tottenham 3-1 in the weekend’s big fixture.
Arsenal cruised past relegation-threatened Sheffield 3-0 as West Brom earned a comprehensive 3-0 win over Southampton in its quest for Premier League survival.
Brighton and Everton played out a drab goalless draw.
Preview of Gameweek 32
There is a full card of action on the table with key fixtures at both ends this weekend. Therefore, there will plenty of excitement to savour.
This game week begins with a tasty affair between Everton and Tottenham tonight. These sides still have an outside chance of sneaking into the top four. Hence, it is expected to be keenly contested.
Newcastle entertains high-flying West Ham in a tricky encounter at the St. James’ Park on Saturday. Wolverhampton Wanderers takes on Sheffield United immediately after.
Arsenal faces off against a desperate Fulham at the Emirates as Manchester United square up against Burnley at home.
Liverpool will hope to continue its recent streak of wins when it makes the trip to Elland Road to face a high-spirited Leeds on Monday.
Chelsea and Brighton meet on Tuesday at Stamford Bridge to round off the weekend’s action.
Predictions for Gameweek 32
Everton vs Tottenham (Goal/Goal)
Newcastle vs West Ham (over 1.5 goals)
Wolves vs Sheffield United (Under 3.5 goals)
Arsenal vs Fulham (1)
Manchester United vs Burnley (1)
Leeds vs Liverpool (Over 2.5 goals)
Chelsea vs Brighton (1)