Three more games overnight including a London derby and Liverpool home to Chelsea.
Thoughts and prayers if you suffered through that dreadful nil-nil draw between Crystal Palace and Manchester United this morning. The fog was the most interesting aspect of the game.
Tomorrow there are two matches at 5am AEDT, including a London derby between up-and-coming Fulham and Spurs, who finally unleashed Gareth Bale last week in a 4-0 win over Burnley.
West Brom host Everton while the ‘breakfast slot’ is to a fascinating clash at Anfield between out-of-form Liverpool and in-form Chelsea.
A match scheduled for Week 33 moves to Friday and could (that’s could) be a fascinating one. Fulham are on a bit of a roll, unbeaten in their last five and they can leapfrog Newcastle and into safety with a win. Meanwhile, which Tottenham team will we see, the one that ran rampant over Burnley or the one that lost three of four prior to that 4-0 win?
Back to Week 29 matches and this one features two teams coming off wins and in fact, Everton have won two straight and West Brom are unbeaten in three. The Toffees have been superb away from home – they’re unbeaten in eight in a row on the road – and they won the previous meeting 5-2 behind a Dominic Calvert-Lewin hat trick.
Another Week 29 game and it’s a tale of two sides going in different directions. Although Liverpool beat Sheffield United last time out, that stopped a run of five straight league losses. They’ve also dropped four in a row at Anfield, an almost unthinkable statistic. Chelsea, meanwhile, still haven’t tasted defeat under Thomas Tuchel, but the Blues have lost four straight Premier League matches against the Reds.