Three games on Wednesday. Watford travel to Upton Park (or the Boleyn Ground depending on how East Landann you are), Man Utd host Alan Pardew’s Palace, and last but not least, the Merseyside Derby.
7:45pm Wednesday 20th April, Upton Park
The Hammers have drawn five of their last six matches in all competitions but will have the perfect chance to get back to winning ways against a much-changed Watford side, ahead of their trip to Wembley at the weekend for the FA Cup semi final.
Here’s a nice little fact for you, there have been over 2.5 goals scored in West Ham‘s last 5 games in the Premier League.
8:00pm Wednesday 20th April, Old Trafford
Manchester United are now only four points adrift of fourth-placed Arsenal following their 1-0 win over Aston Villa at Saturday. Only Juventus and Bayern Munich (both 6) have conceded fewer first-half goals at home than United (7) across Europe’s top five leagues this season.
Crystal Palace’s point against Arsenal at the Emirates at the weekend made it four games unbeaten in the league. The Eagles were very unfortunate not to beat United at home earlier in the season. However, they haven’t beaten United in any of their 13 Premier League meetings, bound to change sooner or later though, surely.
8:00pm Wednesday 20th April, Anfield
We reckon Klopp will be pretty reserved on the bench, as per, he’s got to the least animated German we’ve ever seen.
He is however expected to ring the changes following the 2-1 win over Bournemouth on Sunday for the Merseyside Derby, though Daniel Sturridge could keep his place in attack with Christian Benteke sidelined and Divock Origi a doubt.
Liverpool have seen under 2.5 goals in their last 3 matches against Everton in all competitions. You heard it here first, unless one your mates reads this blog, if he does, give him a pat and the back, lad.
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