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The Premier League clubs with big opportunities in Week 11

The Premier League clubs with big opportunities in Week 11

The Premier League returns this weekend for another selection of entertaining fixtures as we gear up for the final set of fixtures before the dreaded winter schedule really begins over December. We’re still very much in the early stages of the new campaign when you take one look at just how many games there are left to go before the season ends, and yet, there’s a whole lot that is already on the line for clubs up and down the table.

Today, our aim is to pick out four clubs, in particular, who we believe have a huge opportunity ahead of them in the next few days. They aren’t nailed on to pick up all three points and they may not even be the favourites, but if they can find a way to win, it could be huge for their season.

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Manchester City

After a big win over Burnley last weekend, you could make the argument that Manchester City are right back in the title hunt. n order to stay there, though, they need to keep their momentum going, and they’ll have the perfect opportunity to do just that against Fulham. The Cottagers looked impressive against Leicester but City should be far too strong for them, and with the other title contenders around them having tougher games, this could serve as a real statement-making moment for Pep’s men.

West Brom

They may still be in the relegation zone but West Bromwich Albion are beginning to show signs of life down in the bottom three – and because of how close it is, they aren’t a million miles away from pushing themselves out of danger. They’ll be taking on Crystal Palace at The Hawthorns on Sunday, and in addition to potentially moving back up into 17th, they could also drag the Eagles kicking and screaming into the relegation scrap.


Leeds United seem to be far too good to be in the relegation mix this season but if they want to prove that definitively, they have to start picking up consistent results. Usually, an away day to Stamford Bridge wouldn’t be the perfect opportunity for them to do that, but we all know Chelsea can be rattled if you go at them hard enough. This should be a really fascinating clash of styles between two of the top flight’s most exciting teams, and Leeds can prove themselves to be a real force here.

West Ham

After initially being tipped for relegation, West Ham United somehow find themselves in the top five with 10 games gone – and when you look at their schedule up to this point, that truly is remarkable. David Moyes has stumbled across the perfect formula for this squad to perform and they could easily keep that going against Manchester United. In addition to the frailties United have shown, this would also give Moyes a chance to gain some much-deserved revenge on his former employers.

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