WITH one hand already on the Premier League trophy, it would take either a brave or foolish person to bet against Manchester City to finally end their 44-year quest for glory in the top flight. But QPR will be no pushovers either, not when their Premier League survival is at stake. Still, I expect City to win this one, largely due to their strength in depth.
SUNDERLAND 1 MAN UTD 2
THIS is a must-win game for the Red Devils. But even if they win, there is no guarantee that they will retain the Premier League title. It all
depends on whether QPR can hold, or beat, City at the Etihad. All United can do is to go out there and do their job. It shouldn’t be too difficult as Sunderland have nothing left to play for except to complete their fixtures.
EVERTON 2 NEWCASTLE 3
NOW this is going to be a cracker! Why? Well, Everton will be hoping to win it and finish above neighbours Liverpool in the Premier League
for the first time since the 2004-05 season. As for Newcastle, a win will ensure a spot in the lucrative Champion League next season (provided, of course, if Spurs draw or lose to Fulham at home). So, there you have it.
Joshua is an avid Arsenal fan and he is confident that the Gunners will shoot down the Baggies to confirm third placing.
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