As the season comes to its climax, editor Nathan Carr is back to guide you through Round 37′s set of fixtures and once more invites you all to join in with the fun.
Scoring System: A for home win, B for away win, C for draw.
Arsenal (3rd) v Norwich (14th)
Arsenal are looking for Champions League qualification and this is a match they should get three points from if they are to seal a top four finish. Norwich, already proven against the more elite sides in the division, will be edged in quality. Pred. A
Newcastle (5th) v Manchester City (1st)
This promises to be a fantastic match. Newcastle, fresh from their credible 2-0 victory over Chelsea on Wednesday night, won’t be easy opponents for table toppers Manchester City who I think will only be able to collect a point here. Pred. C
Aston Villa (15th) v Tottenham (4th)
The Villa Park outfit aren’t safe quite yet and another point would just about do it. But it won’t be a stroll, Alex McLeish will know, as they prepare for a Tottenham team in good form having won their last two games. Pred. B
Bolton (18th) v West Brom (10th)
For Wanderers, this is another ‘cup final’ if you like. At home, pressure is on and two games left of the season. Albeit against a Baggies side with nothing really to play for but will be wanting to wave goodbye to Roy Hodgson in a good fashion. Pred. C
Fulham (9th) v Sunderland (11th)
Not much seperates these two in the league table or in terms of squad players either. Both are evenly matched, with possession of good, attacking players. Can see this being a high scoring encounter with the hosts edging it. Pred. A
QPR (17th) v Stoke (13th)
Mark Hughes and his players will know the magnitude of this game. Only goal difference is keeping Rangers from lingering in the relegation zone. Can see them winning this one, though, against a Potters team that may well have an off day. Pred. A
Wolves (20th) v Everton (7th)
It’s just about playing for pride now for Wolves. Already relegated, they face an in-form Everton who are just nine points off 6th placed Chelsea in the table. David Moyes’ men to win this comfortably. Pred. B
Manchester United (2nd) v Swansea (12th)
Can Swansea decide the title? It’s more than possible. If United slip up at Old Trafford again, like against Everton a fortnight ago, then that could lead the way for City to pounce. This match is of huge significance for United, and I think they’ll get the job done. Pred. A
Games don’t come bigger than this. It’s a crucial bottom-of-the-table decider. Blackburn need a win to propel themselves up the table and out of 19th position, while Wigan are in good form and will want to keep it up with an away win at Ewood Park. Pred. B
Liverpool (8th) v Chelsea (6th)
Just three days after their FA Cup final meeting, these two will play again but this time in the league. Anfield hasn’t exactly been a fortress for Liverpool this term, and Chelsea’s away form is decent so going for a Blues victory. Pred. B
And don’t forget the site will be, as usual, providing match reports for all of the matches so be sure to look out for them.
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