Six of the best televised games this weekend

April 28, 2019
Charlie Highbury

Liverpool vs Huddersfield Town

Well i wonder who is going to win this one. Title challengers vs an already relegated side. Let’s just talk about Liverpool 88 points and one behind Manchester City and obviously in a position to win their first ever Premier League title. There team is full of stars and with the Premier League team of the year being mainly made up of Reds it goes to show how well and how hard Jurgens men have worked this year. The Reds are full of talent and their goalscoring threat knows no bounds and I think they will breeze past the Terriers who have been good in recent matches but under the Anfield Lights, I feel stand a limited chance.

Game Changers: Mane, Van Dijk, Salah and Mooy

Back more than 3.5 goals at 4/7 with SkyBet

 

Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham

A cheeky London derby thrown into the mix. Tottenham haven’t conceded at their new stadium this year and are in a fantastic position to keep their solid top four position intact so that the New White Hart Lane and start next season with Champions League football. Even with the loss of Harry Kane Tottenham are still firing on all cylinders and one man, in particular, Heung Min Son has been unreal and was robbed to have not been included in the Team of the Season. West Ham, on the other hand, are safe but have some dreadful away form and are struggling to score and that’s why I think Tottenham will keep this one clean and not concede.

Game Changers: Son, Eriksen, Sissoko (the weird one I know but he’s actually been quite solid bar skying the ball onto the other side of the M6 against Liverpool) and Anderson

Back Tottenham to win to nil at 7/4 with SkyBet

 

Brighton and Hove Albion vs Newcastle United

A solid bottomish of the table clash. Brighton are in desperate need of points and could seriously do with a win here at the Amex which would lift them 6 points clear of Cardiff. Brighton have had a strange season as they reached the semi-finals of the FA cup but yet are in a relegation battle. I feel sorry for Chris Hughton and his men as they haven’t been a bad side they seem to have had just a great deal of bad luck. However their opponents Newcastle are class operators at the moment winning their two last games and Ayoze Perez is starring at the moment playing some fantastic football. I just feel Newcastle have got a real momentum going into the game and have the skill to beat Brighton.

Game Changers: Ryan, Duffy, Rondon and Perez

Back Newscatle and the draw at 8/13 with William Hill

 

Leicester City vs Arsenal

This is probably the second best game this weekend and i feel it will be a thriller. Leicester are tenth and a win here puts them in for a Europa League spot which would be massive for the club. They haven’t won in their last two but a draw against the hammers gives them a bit of confidence going into the game. Arsenal, on the other hand, had a disastrous result

Bacl less than 3.5 goals @ 6/5

Burnley vs Manchester City

I think this one might be an easy one to predict, but nonetheless, it is a must win for the two sides for very different reasons. Burnley are safe at this point but its always good to get a big result in order to give the fans something special to watch. On the other side of things, Citeh desperately need this result in order to keep their title hopes alive as Liverpool are simply bearing down on them and would relish any slip up they make. However, after a convincing performance against rivals United, I think that City will get a good strong result against Burnley.

Game Changers: Barnes, Sterling, Aguero and Bernardo Silva

Back over 3.5 goals at 10/11 with SkyBet