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Man City and Liverpool will win all their remaining games…

Man City and Liverpool will win all their remaining games…

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Liverpool vs. Huddersfield

This looks like the perfect fixture for Liverpool ahead of their Champions League game against Barcelona next week. Huddersfield at home shouldn’t present any problems and I can only see a comfortable win for Jurgen Klopp’s side.

I think both Liverpool and City will win all their remaining games which means Liverpool would finish 2nd on 97 points which would be a ridiculous total to achieve without being crowned champions.

Liverpool 3-0 Huddersfield @ 9/2

Burnley vs. Manchester City

Burnley got a brilliant result at Stamford Bridge last Monday and that has now all but officially secured their Premier League status.

I think they’ll cause City a few problems but Guardiola’s side know it’s all in their hands now, which is a really good position to be in. I fancy them to get another win to nil as they have done against Spurs and Man United this week.

Burnley 0-2 Manchester City @ 17/4

Tottenham vs. West Ham

This is a tough match for Spurs, especially after a game in midweek, because you know West Ham will raise their game against them.

West Ham will be a little bit more attack minded than Brighton which should make for an entertaining match but also might ultimately play into Spurs’ hands a bit.

I can see the Hammers becoming the first away team to score at Tottenham’s new stadium, but Spurs should do just enough to get the win they need for their top four challenge.

Tottenham 2-1 West Ham @ 23/4

Leicester vs. Arsenal

Arsenal have a decent recent record at Leicester and they’ll need to find a similar result in this one if they’re to keep their Champions League hopes alive for next season. At least through the league anyway.

It was such a poor performance at Wolves on Wednesday and the problem I think is that nobody is really taking charge out on the pitch. They will always give teams chances and that’s where they’ll need to be more resolute on Sunday.

Leicester can play with freedom on Sunday and this should be a good one to watch. I’ll back Arsenal just to get the result.

Leicester 1-2 Arsenal @ 7/1

Manchester United vs. Chelsea

The game against City was a great opportunity for United to really show some fight but again they didn’t really ever get into it. It’s now a really poor run of recent results for them and they’re only still in with a chance of the top four because of slip ups from Arsenal and Chelsea.

I thought Chelsea played well at Liverpool and if they put in a similar performance to that one at Anfield they can definitely get a result at Old Trafford.

It wouldn’t surprise me if this finished as a draw, which isn’t the best result for either side really.

Manchester United 1-1 Chelsea @ 4/1

Fulham vs. Cardiff City

It’s such an important game for Cardiff. They’ll have targeted this one for a long time as a must win and any less than that you really start to worry for them.

But Fulham have started playing a bit under Scott Parker and I was impressed with them last weekend at Bournemouth. I hope Parker gets the job long term because he deserves it.

Fulham 1-1 Cardiff @ 17/4

Brighton vs. Newcastle

Similar to how Cardiff will be approaching the game at Fulham, this is the one Brighton will know they need to get a result in.

Newcastle have picked up some good results recently but away from home they are still a bit suspect and as Brighton’s need is greater I think they could grind out a massive three points which come the final day, should be enough to see them to safety.

Brighton 1-0 Newcastle @ 9/2

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Ray Parlour Affectionately nicknamed ‘The Romford Pele’, Ray is one of football’s great characters. In a career which saw him make nearly 500 senior appearances, he won numerous honours including three Premier Leagues and three FA Cups, as well as representing his country 10 times. Part of Arsenal’s invincibles during a 12 year stay with the Gooners, Ray is now a regular on talkSPORT radio.

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