The Premier League rolls on this week for another selection of entertaining fixtures as we continue through the month of March. While we’re entering into the latter stages of the season, there are still so many huge fixtures left to be played at the top and bottom of 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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Roy Hodgson will want to ride off into the sunset with a decent enough end to the Premier League season but right now, the Eagles are looking pretty tired. Thankfully for their fans they’ve got a very winnable fixture coming up this weekend against West Bromwich Albion, one of the favourites for the drop. There’s absolutely no guarantee of a win but if they do get the job done it’ll ease the pressure ever so slightly for those still worrying about a relegation scrap.
Tottenham Hotspur are starting to feel themselves in front of goal right now and the timing is absolutely perfect with the North London derby taking place this Sunday. It’s the sort of game that has the potential to be incredibly explosive and when you take a look at how Bale, Kane and Son are performing right now, there are so many reasons for Spurs fans to feel excited. Arsenal, on the other hand, look incredibly weathered and are just waiting for the PL season to end – opening the door for a potential Tottenham onslaught.
Leicester City have injuries and a parade of doubters within the media who think they’re going to drop out of the top four race in the same manner to how they did last season. There’s every chance that could happen but if they want to avoid that fate, beating bottom of the table Sheffield United is a good place to start. They’ve got to believe they’re the clear favourites heading into this one and even though the Blades are tough to break down at times, the Foxes should still fancy their chances as they attempt to strengthen their grip on third place.
Liverpool are a sinking ship right now in the Premier League but after the win over RB Leipzig to confirm their place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, they have to be feeling confident heading into the game against Wolves. Nuno Espirito Santo’s men seem to have lost the spark that made them so special once upon a time and if there was ever going to be an opportunity for the Reds to get back on the winning trail, it’s against a team like them.