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EPL Matchweek 24 Preview

12 Feb 2021
Sridhar Bhamidi 12 Feb 2021
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  • It's EPL matchweek 24 as excitement continues at both ends of the table
  • Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur could be the most watched one as the other sides in the league will root for a Spurs' win
  • Leicester City vs Liverpool has the bearings of an interesting match that could decide Liverpool's title chances
  • West Ham vs Sheffield United can surprise analysts with the Blades set to take advantage of the Hammers' injuries
EPL Matchweek 24
Can Tottenham stop Manchester City and make it interesting? (Getty Images)

It is EPL Matchweek 24 in the English Premier League and we have some exciting matches lined up for us.

Desibets guides you through each of the 10 games this weekend.

Leicester v Liverpool

It’s a top-four clash at the King Power Stadium as Leicester look to stay ahead of the faltering Liverpool. Four losses in the last six matches make Liverpool vulnerable but they ran out 3-0 winners in the reverse fixture. Injuries to James Justin and Timothy Castagne will leave Leicester slightly vulnerable and Liverpool could edge them.

Crystal Palace v Burnley

This could be a real low-scoring encounter between two sides failing to get above the mid-table. Palace have lost 18 of their last 23 Premier League matches without Wilfried Zaha and he remains an injury concern. Burnley have struggled for goals and that could continue here in a dull encounter.

Manchester City v Tottenham

The entire Premier League will be rooting for Tottenham to stop the in-form Manchester City side who have won their last ten Premier League matches. They have also won a record 15 matches in a row and are looking invincible again. Tottenham stunned City 2-0 in the reverse fixture but so much has changed since then for City to start this game as favourites

Brighton v Aston Villa

Brighton are a comfortable ten points away from the bottom and have three wins and two draws in their last five league games. Villa are still chasing European qualification, but are battling inconsistency alternating losses and wins in their last six league matches. Both teams are tight at the top and that could only mean another low-scoring match.

Southampton v Wolverhampton Wanderers

Only two points separate these sides, who have fallen from the European spot qualification race and subsequently the top-10. The two teams met in the FA Cup fifth round where Southampton breezed through a 2-0 win. This match could see another low-scoring game.

West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United

Manchester United have been one of the best travelling sides in the league, although their form has been up and down. Still with a rare chance of tracking down leaders Manchester City, United will look to put their best foot forward. Relegation strugglers West Brom need a win but have conceded 19 and scored just twice in their last five home matches. Expect the visitors to win a high-scoring game.

Arsenal vs Leeds United 

Just one point and staying on the coattails of top-ten, this match has all the makings of a thriller. With the top-four pursuit almost out of reach now, the Gunners would be aiming for wins to keep them in the top-six slots. Leeds have remained an enigmatic side but this one should be Arsenal’s game to lose.

Everton v Fulham

Chasing top-four and defeating Tottenham in a thrilling FA Cup match, Everton have all the adrenaline going for them against a relegation-threatened Fulham in this match.

West Ham vs Sheffield United

West Ham took Manchester United to extra-time on Tuesday in the FA Cup, but were left nursing injuries and a loss. This could be a real chance for Sheffield United to pick up only their second away win of the league season.

Chelsea vs Newcastle United

The resurgent Blues take on the battling Toons in the last game of the Premier League Matchweek 24. Chelsea will be keen to continue their top-four push and make it four league wins in a row. Two wins in the last three matches is a good resurgence for Newcastle, but they could be struggling here against a determined Chelsea side.