The Premier League this weekend has once again a number of sizzling games in store for viewers all around the world. With more than just a couple of games left in this season’s competition, the teams and players will be playing with full efforts and the games will go down to the wire at every venue.

There are a number of games that have hot favorites but the Premier League this season has taught us that no game can be predicted with conviction. However, like for every round, we have come up with predictions for all the Premier League games this weekend.

Here are the predictions for the 33rd round of Premier League fixtures:

  1. West Ham United vs Arsenal:

The Gunners have a slim chance of the title this season but will need all three points from their last trip to Upton Park. However, West Ham have been hard to beat this season and we think that there is very less to separate the two sides.

Our prediction: West Ham United 2-2 Arsenal

  1. Aston Villa vs AFC Bournemouth:

The Villains, at the bottom of the table, will officially be relegated if they don’t get a point from this game against the Cherries and we expect them not to as Bournemouth have shown some class in the season.

Our prediction: Aston Villa 1-2 AFC Bournemouth

  1. Swansea City vs Chelsea

Chelsea are now unbeaten in their last 13 Premier League games and will be expected to continue their dominance against Swansea this weekend. However, the Swans have been solid at the back at home and are expected to take something from this game.

Our prediction: Swansea City 1-1 Chelsea

  1. Watford vs Everton:

The Toffees have lost three games on the trot and need some results to end the season strongly. However, they are expected to fight it out even for a point against the Hornets who have proven hard to beat already this season.

Our prediction:  Watford 2-2 Everton

  1. Southampton vs Newcastle United:

The Saints lost the game against Leicester City last weekend but they will be favorites to dump the Magpies this weekend at the St Marys. A loss in this game can leave Newcastle Untied with lots of work to do if they are to stay safe this season.

Our prediction: Southampton 2-0 Newcastle United

  1. Crystal Palace vs Norwich City:

Norwich City will be full of confidence after their victory over Newcastle United last weekend and will be expected to get something from their trip to Selhurst Park especially given the bad run of form Palace have had in recent times.

Our prediction: Crystal Palace 0-0 Norwich City

  1. Manchester City vs West Bromwich Albion:

The Citizens were back on track with a thrashing of Bournemouth in the last round and they will be hoping to continue their form against the Baggies this weekend. The Baggies will also be hoping to get something from this game but they will have to do extremely well to keep City away from a victory.

Our prediction: Manchester City 3-0 West Bromwich Albion.

  1. Sunderland vs Leicester City:

The Foxes have been on an incredible run and the Black Cats who will welcome them this weekend are not expected to stop them. Ranieri will be hoping that his team can do the job early in the game but Sunderland will surely put up a fight at home battling relegation.

Our prediction: Sunderland 1-2 Leicester City

  1. Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United:

The Spurs will be nervous going into this game as they know that they cannot afford to slip-up so late in the season. Manchester United have been surprisingly good against the top sides and are expected to take a draw from this game.

Our prediction: Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Manchester United

  1. Liverpool vs Stoke City:

With both teams having nothing to play for and the Dortmund game in the mid-week looming for Liverpool, this clash has all the makings of a season-ending affair where both teams have nothing to paly for. We expect the Potters and the Reds to share a point each in a thrilling game.

Our prediction: Liverpool 3-3 Stoke City


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