While the drama is on-going in the UEFA Champions League and the Europa League, we have enough time to cast one eye on the weekend and preview things to come in the Premier League.
MatchDay 34 of the Premier League will be played over the coming weekend, with some interesting matches set to be played, including games like Tottenham vs. Manchester City, Southampton vs. Chelsea and much more.
With the league coming to an end, we take a look at some of the questions to be answered this weekend in the Premier League including,
Will City still win the Premier League title?
Before their home tie against Manchester United last week, Manchester City had not lost any home game this season. That was the record until the Reds and the Red Devils scored five past the Cityzens, leaving them with two home defeats in four days, and three straight defeats in the space of a little more than a week.
The morale of the team must be at an all-time low now. They’re still very well in the running to win the Premier League but… a loss against Tottenham, away from home, could put them under some immense pressure.
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Can Stoke City get their second away win
The Potters are 19th on the log. Their struggle for survival is as real as can be. Any point that can be gotten will be very welcome at this point. But they’re languishing in a pit that they dug for themselves with their poor performances.
Stoke City has only won once away from home this season. The remaining 15 games have ended in 5 draws and 10 defeats. They also ship in the goals whenever they play at home, conceding an average of 2 goals every away game played.
Can they record their second away win this season?
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Will Liverpool’s home record continue?
After Man. City lost their derby game last weekend, the Reds are now the only side in the Premier League to remain unbeaten at home this season. After 16 games played at Anfield in the PL this season, Liverpool has won 10 games and drawn six.
Their next opponent, Bournemouth, has scored an average of one goal per away game played in the league. But they have lost 7 away games this season.
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Can Harry Kane overtake Salah?
As things stand, Mohamed Salah is leading the topscorers’ list with 29 goals. He is closely followed in second place by Tottenham’s Harry Kane. Liverpool has five more Premier League games to play. Tottenham has six.
Maybe that’s why Harry Kane recently came out to say that he can pass Salah for the Golden Boot. Both players have been more than impressive this season. But do you think Kane can pursue and overtake Salah in the race for the Golden Boot?
We’d like to hear your answers to all our questions. Leave us a comment and share your thoughts with us.