Chelsea boost top-four hopes, Cardiff relegated and Man City and Liverpool keep winning: Premier League predictions

Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Everton also triumph in the penultimate week of league action

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Fixtures (all in UAE time)

Friday

Everton v Burnley 11pm

Saturday

Bournemouth v Tottenham Hotspur 3.30pm

West Ham United v Southampton 6pm

Wolves v Fulham 6pm

Cardiff City v Crystal Palace 8.30pm

Newcastle United v Liverpool 10.45pm

Sunday

Chelsea v Watford 5pm

Huddersfield v Manchester United 5pm

Arsenal v Brighton 7.30pm

Monday

Manchester City v Leicester City 11pm

 

The Premier League is down to the penultimate week of the season and we still have a championship fight to be decided, as well as who will qualify for the Uefa Champions League in 2019/2020.

Champions and leaders Manchester City play in the final game of match week 37 on Monday when they face Leicester City at 11pm UAE time at the Etihad Stadium.

Second-placed Liverpool travel to Newcastle United on Saturday at 10.45pm, knowing they need to win to keep the pressure on City.

In the fight for the top four, Tottenham Hotspur travel to Bournemouth on Saturday at 3.30pm, while Chelsea (v Watford at 5pm), Manchester United (v Huddersfield at 5pm) and Arsenal (v Brighton and Hove Albion at 7.30pm) all play on Sunday.

Cardiff City will be relegated from the top flight if they lose at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday at 8.30pm. They will also be demoted if Brighton win on Sunday at Arsenal, regardless of what Cardiff do.

Ahead of this round of fixtures, sports editor Graham Caygill has made his predictions and explained his reasoning in the photo gallery above. To move on to the next photo, click on the arrows, or if using a mobile device, simply swipe.

Fixtures (all in UAE time)

Friday

Everton v Burnley 11pm

Saturday

Bournemouth v Tottenham Hotspur 3.30pm

West Ham United v Southampton 6pm

Wolves v Fulham 6pm

Cardiff City v Crystal Palace 8.30pm

Newcastle United v Liverpool 10.45pm

Sunday

Chelsea v Watford 5pm

Huddersfield v Manchester United 5pm

Arsenal v Brighton 7.30pm

Monday

Manchester City v Leicester City 11pm