Premier League: 4 big games to watch out for this weekend

Premier League: 4 big games to watch out for this weekend

The Premier League finally resumes following the international break and matchday 32 promises hot action for football lovers the world over, as the league reaches its climax.

The pinnacle of this weekend's football experience will be in Liverpool, where North London giants Spurs will tackled the high rolling Reds at Anfield, with a win advancing their title hopes.

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1. Liverpool vs Tottenham

Jurgen Klopp has the edge over Mauricio Pochettino coming into the hot game on Sunday, March 31, after the international break took its toll on players but seems to have favoured Liverpool.

Mohamed Salah is fully rested after being exempted form international duty while Spurs key attackers Heung Min Son and Harry Kane went all out representing their countries.

However knowing the endurance levels of the Spurs duo, they are likely to start the game but not feature in the full 90 minutes.

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2. West Ham vs Everton

West Ham are more seventh placed Kingmakers than Kings with a midwinter run of six wins out of nine league games salvaging their inconsistent campaign this season.

The Hammers tackle Everton who are in good shape having dispatched Chelsea 2-0 in their last encounter, and as such it promises to be a thrilling encounter sure to be rich with goals.

To top it, four points separate the mid-table clubs with Wolves, Watford, Everton and the Hammers all fighting for crucial points to determine who will have the final say at seventh.

3. Wolves vs Burnley

Nuno Espirito Santo could either go full throttle or rest some of his Wolves against Burnley ahead of his tough week.

With a game in hand against Manchester United and the FA Cup semi-final against Watford on Sunday, April 7, looming, Nuno will place his packs endurance as priority.

However with such narrow margin of points separating the mini league in the middle of the table, Nuno will probably atleast rest one or two key players and go for a draw or slim win.

4. Chelsea vs Cardiff

Sarri can either stay true to Higuain or dump the retired Argentina international and give Oliver Giroud his first Premier League start against Cardiff.

Though with Higuains three goals in seven league appearances and constant ability to create chances; we may see him grab a first 11 place.

However, Giroud will present a dilemma after a brilliant international break that saw him on target for France more than once.

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5. Huddersfield vs Crystal Palace

Relegation beckons Huddersfield and a defeat at Selhurst Park could be the final say to Huddersfield's Premier League stay.

Having scooped only 14 points and 16 points away from 17th placed Cardiff means the next three points will be crucial for their survival. ( -> We have updated to serve you better.

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