We’re down to the final few weeks of the Premier League season, and with just seven games left on the slate, it’s looking like a real fight for those top five places in the league. Chelsea are sitting pretty, with seven points between them and second along with a game in hand, which may well see them go a whole 10 points clear at the top of the league. In second is Arsenal at 63 points, followed one behind by Manchester United and one point behind them are Manchester City at 61. Slipping away somewhat are Liverpool on 54 points, followed closely by Southampton who are on 53. It’s something of a disappointment for Liverpool, who were hoping that they might take the title this year, having finished one point behind Manchester City in the 2013/2014 Premier League.
As the table stands though, almost everything seems up for grabs. A couple of poor games from Chelsea and the chasing pack find themselves within spitting distance of the league leaders. Meanwhile, the battle for a Champions League space rages on, with Manchester United desperately trying to maintain their recent league form and once again represent in Europe, having failed to do so last year. In their way are the likes of Liverpool and Tottenham who are desperate to get in there themselves, as well as intense pressure from the other teams around them. Manchester United have come under much fire this season from pundits who have heavily criticised their defence, which has been found out with supreme regularity this season.
It’s not just the top of the league which is drawing attention though, as the battle to avoid relegation is set to reach fever pitch with QRP only two points away from safety and Aston Villa dangerously close to falling out of the Premier League for the first time in the side’s history. Needless to say then, all eyes are on Sky Sports for the next few weeks as we learn the fate of the 20 sides in the league.
Now, after much pressure on the Sky broadband number free, the channel have added 13 more fixtures in May, improving upon what was already an unrivalled schedule of Premier League matches. Highlights include five top head to heads including: Manchester United v Manchester City; Chelsea v Manchester United; Arsenal v Chelsea; Chelsea v Liverpool and Manchester United v Arsenal. Every single Chelsea and Manchester City fixture and Arsenal plus Manchester United in six games.
So, without further to do, here’s the full fixture list for April and May:
Chelsea v Stoke City Sat 4 Apr 5:30pm
Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur Sun 5 Apr 1:30pm
Sunderland v Newcastle United Sun 5 Apr 4pm
Crystal Palace v Manchester City Mon 6 Apr 8pm
Burnley v Arsenal Sat 11 Apr 5:30pm
Queen’s Park Rangers v Chelsea Sun 12 Apr 1:30pm
Manchester United v Manchester City Sun 12 Apr 4pm
Liverpool v Newcastle United Mon 13 Apr 8pm
Chelsea v Manchester United Sat 18 Apr 5:30pm
Manchester City v West Ham United Sun 19 Apr 1:30pm
Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur Sun 19 Apr 4pm
Manchester City v Aston Villa Sat 25 Apr 5:30pm
Everton v Manchester United Sun 26 Apr 1:30pm
Arsenal v Chelsea Sun 26 Apr 4pm
Leicester City v Chelsea Wed 29 Apr 7:45pm
Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion Sat 2 May 5:30pm
Chelsea v Crystal Palace Sun 3 May 1:30pm
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City Sun 3 May 4pm
Hull City v Arsenal Mon 4 May 8pm
Crystal Palace v Manchester United Sat 9 May 5:30pm
Manchester City v Queens Park Rangers Sun 10 May 1:30pm
Chelsea v Liverpool Sun 10 May 4pm
Arsenal v Swansea City Mon 11 May 8pm
Liverpool v Crystal Palace Sat 16 May 5:30pm
Swansea City v Manchester City Sun 17 May 1:30pm
Manchester United v Arsenal Sun 17 May 4pm
West Bromwich Albion v Chelsea Mon 18 May 8pm
Arsenal v Sunderland Wed 20 May 7:45pm
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