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The race for the 2022-2023 Premier League title is drawing to a close and there are several important games ahead of the final day on 28 May.

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Can Arsenal win their first Premier League title since 2003–04? Will Manchester City win three titles in a row to make it five titles in the last six seasons under Pep Guardiola? Or will Manchester United come out of nowhere to stun everyone and claim their first title in a decade?

Below are the main fixtures, current form, odds and predictions for the Premier League title contenders.

Remaining title contender matches

Arsenal (66 points in 27 games): Crystal Palace (D), Leeds (D), Liverpool (A), West Ham (D), Southampton (D), Manchester City (D), Chelsea (D), Newcastle (D), Brighton (D), Nottingham . Forest (A), Wolves (H)

Manchester City (61 points in 27 games): Liverpool (D), Southampton (A), Leicester City (D), Brighton (A), Arsenal (D), Fulham (A), Leeds (D), Everton (A), Chelsea (D), West Ham ( H), Brentford (A)

Manchester United (50 points in 26 games): Newcastle (A), Everton (D), Nottingham Forest (A), Chelsea (D), Tottenham (A), Aston Villa (D), West Ham (A), Wolves (D), Bournemouth (D), Brighton (A), Fulham (H)

Key matches that will determine the Premier League title

Saturday, April 1st: Manchester City v Liverpool – 7:30 AM ET
Sunday, April 2: Newcastle – Manchester United – 11:30 AM ET
Sunday, April 9: Arsenal v Liverpool – 11:30 AM ET
Wednesday 26 April: Manchester City v Arsenal – 3pm ET
Thursday, April 27: Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United – 3:15 pm ET
Saturday, April 29: Arsenal v Chelsea – 12:30 pm ET
Saturday, May 6: Newcastle v Arsenal – 10:00 AM ET
Saturday, May 20: Manchester City v Chelsea – 10:00 AM ET

Current form (as of March 12, 2023)

Latest 5 Arsenal results: wwwww
Last 5 Manchester City results: wwwww
Last 5 results Manchester United: POOR

Current Premier League table

Premier League standings

Go to the NBC Sports Football Tournament home page.

Key injuries

Arsenal: Mohamed Elneni (no return date)

Manchester: Nobody

Manchester United: Donny van de Beek (knee – out for the season), Christian Eriksen (ankle – out until the end of April), Anthony Martial (thigh injury)

Premier League title odds (as of 11 March 2023)

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Arsenal: -110
Manchester City: -110
Manchester United: +3300
Liverpool: +50000
Tottenham: +50000
Newcastle United: +50000

Forecast for the championship race in the Premier League

1. Manchester City – 87 points (won title on goal difference)
2. Arsenal – 87 points
3. Manchester United – 78 points

There have been many weeks of the Premier League following the script, with big teams running past supposedly weak opponents and tables gaping with inactivity, but there have been very few of those in the 2022-23 season.

There are several consecutive themes in this season’s stories that also aired this weekend. Arsenal looked like favorites for the title because they converted their chances, while Manchester City dominated the opposition just as thoroughly, but did not quite find their smoothness in the last third (however, the two-time defending champions still won).

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But Liverpool proved they climb over humps only to find new humps, barely showing up to play a Bournemouth side that was always going to fight.

And Chelsea have shown signs that they have indeed overcome the Kai Havertz-managed plateau that looked so bad a few weeks ago, but put their boss’s confidence back into goals (someone give Graham Potter some credit, please).

And the Spurs are good again. Maybe Newcastle too.

bottom three? There are seven teams that can get there by week 38.

So maybe a better question is what have we learned from the Premier League this weekend? stick? Here’s where our writers live as Joe Prince-Wright (JPW), Andy Edwards (AE) and Nicholas Mendola (NM) share their insights into the latest PL games.

10 things we learned in the Premier League: Week 27

1. Martinelli and Trossard gave Arsenal an extra level just in time (Fulham 0-3 Arsenal): It was a pleasure to watch Leandro Trossard and Gabriel Martinelli tear Fulham apart in the first half. The duo moved freely between the left flank and the central zones, and Fulham simply could not track them. Martin Odegaard moved forward to play as a second striker and was always able to combine when they came back. Arsenal had to get creative with their attacks without Gabriel Jesus and Eddie Nketiah – the former returned to form and entered the field late in the game – and this inadvertently gave them an extra tactical level at a key moment of the season. Jesus will of course start most of the last 11 games of the campaign, but Arsenal now have a very different option when they want to. This will be crucial in the last months of the season as they aim to win the title. (Japan)

2. Liverpool prove they’re not really back (Bournemouth AFC 1-0 Liverpool): The worst thing about this defeat was that in this performance, Liverpool felt they were entitled. This will scare Jurgen Klopp. The German coach said before the game that his team always respected the opposition, but that didn’t seem to be the case at Bournemouth. The players expected to score a goal, expected to win at a late stage and were not ready for the early start of the game in a drizzle on the south coast of England. They didn’t do much to make a difference and there were a lot of hands on their hips. Whether they finish in the top 4 or not this season, there should be a massive rebuild this summer with at least five or six key new signings. All season it was one step forward and one step back, and it made them hope for the top four, and not grab it with both hands. It’s there for the taking. (Japan)

3. Havertz gives Chelsea another hint of what’s possible (Leicester 1-3 Chelsea): In truth, 1-1 would have been a fair draw at half-time, but Leicester’s defenders fell asleep in the final seconds and Kai Havertz timed his run exactly in time the moment when Enzo Fernandez sent the ball into the center of the field. penalty zone. Havertz took the chance so casually that he seemed to think he was offside, barely celebrating, but the Blues were 2-1 up after surviving Leicester’s dominant period of play. It’s a goal against old rivals Dortmund and another against Leicester City; Havertz can now surpass his early season performance and score his first 10-plus goals of the season at home in a Chelsea shirt. He scored 17 and 12 in two seasons as Bater Leverkusen. (AE, NM)

4. Persistent Kane continues to carry the “spurs” on his shoulders (Spurs 3-1 Nottingham Forest): Saturday marked the sixth time in Harry Kane’s career that he scored 20 Premier League goals in a season. In three seasons, he failed to score 20 goals, he “only” scored 17, 18 and 17 (injuries also played a role in two of them). That equates to exactly 200 Premier League goals in the last nine seasons, for an average of 22.2 goals per season. It’s just an incredible consistency and result from a player who unfortunately can go his entire career without winning a single trophy, no matter how long he plays. (AE)

5. Casemiro’s red card changes the game as Saints push Manchester United to the limit (Manchester United 0-0 Southampton): The Brazilian’s reckless challenge resulted in his foot slipping off the top of the ball and into Carlos Alcaraz’s foot. This is a move…


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