With crucial meetings at both ends of the Premier League table this weekend, let's look at the key questions …
Any hope for Fulham? (Fulham vs. Manchester City, Saturday, 12.30pm, live on Sky Sports Premier League)
Statistics are not a good read if you are a supporter of Fulham. They are without wins in 13 games against Manchester City, having lost the last seven in a row, while City has won the last six Premier League matches – scoring 19 goals and conceding only three.
Fulham has conceded at least twice in each of the last 11 Premier League games – a record in the competition – and city striker Sergio Aguero will lick his lips.
The Argentine has scored four goals in the last four league games against Fulham, while from the start of the 2011-12 season no player has been involved in more goals in the Premier League against newly promoted teams than Aguero ( 28 goals, six assists).
Basically, the city knows that only victory will bring them to the top before Liverpool leaders welcome Spurs on Sunday.
Fulham vs Man City
March 30, 2019, 11:30 am
Will Hazard cause chaos? (Cardiff City vs Chelsea, Sunday, 14:05, live on Sky Sports Premier League)
No player has scored more goals in the Premier League against Cardiff City than Eden Hazard, with Gerard Deulofeu and Luis Suarez also at five, and the Belgian will try to add to his count while Chelsea resume their battle for the top four.
Chelsea have won seven of their last nine meetings with Cardiff in all competitions, losing in 1986, but the hosts on Sunday proved difficult to beat at home this season – collecting 20 of their 28 points at Cardiff City Stadium .
Cardiff will be desperate for all three points in their fight for the survival of the Premier League, but they are against having lost the last 16 league games against the "big six".
Cardiff vs Chelsea
31 March 2019, 14:00
Will the Spurs end up poor Anfield? (Liverpool vs Tottenham, Sunday, 16.30, live on Sky Sports Premier League)
The clash on Sunday will prove to be fundamental in both races for the Premier League title and for the Champions League.
Liverpool could have been replaced at the top by Manchester City on Sunday, while Manchester United and Chelsea would have had the chance to close the gap from third-place Spurs before 4.30pm on Sunday at Anfield – with four other better hopefuls L & # 39; Arsenal then hosts Newcastle Monday night football.
Not only did the Spurs suffer a bad experience in the league – without a win in the last four games (D1 L3) – they won only one of the last 24 Premier League games in Liverpool (in 2011), while they enjoyed victory only once in the their last 12 league matches with the Reds (D4 L7).
Meanwhile, Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 36 home games. If they avoid Sunday's defeat, it will be the second longest unbeaten home in the history of the competition (Chelsea 86 from 2004 to 2008, Man City 37 from 2010 to 2012).
Liverpool vs Tottenham
31 March 2019, 16:15
How will the Arsenal respond to other results? (Arsenal vs Newcastle, Monday, 8:00 pm, live on Sky Sports Premier League)
As mentioned, with the arrival of the first four races, the Arsenal will have had the chance to see the weekend unfold before welcoming Newcastle in the Emirates on Monday Night Football.
The Arsenal is at the wheel to finish in the top four, but by Monday it could be fifth if Manchester United beat Watford on Saturday (and also the sixth if Chelsea were to beat Cardiff by eight goals on Sunday).
Momentum will change, and the points will inevitably be abandoned, and Unai Emery will know that it is vital that her side of the Arsenal remains on the right side of the race for the top four, especially with the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Manchester United's permanent coach designed to give the club a final push with eight games to play.
The Arsenal has a solid recent record against Newcastle, having won the last six league games at home, and 11 of the last 12 in the overall standings.
Arsenal vs Newcastle
April 1, 2019, 19:00
Who will approach survival? (Brighton vs Southampton, Saturday, 3:00 pm)
He is the 15th guest on the 16th at the Amex Stadium on Saturday, and the win would bring Southampton to 33 points with Brighton, who has a game against the Saints and Cardiff, and two Burnley, over 17 seats.
Brighton has won the last two league games and another will be able to give him a precious space to breathe, sucking the saints in a three-way battle to avoid ending the 18th in the process.
Evidently there is little to separate from Brighton and Southampton, with all three of their Premier League meetings ending in a draw.
Which Burnley will appear? (Burnley vs Wolves, Saturday, 3:00 pm)
The yo-yo team of the Premier League this season, Burnley has avoided the relegation battle with an unbeaten run of eight games from December to February, only to lose the last four games and find himself again at two points above the zone of launch.
Burnley is without a win in his last nine top-flight home games against the Wolves, and has lost all three Premier League matches – the one they would have given to end Saturday's drought.
Will the eagles sink the Terriers? (Crystal Palace vs Huddersfield, Saturday, 3:00 pm)
The dreaded "R" could be placed next to the Huddersfield name in the Premier League on Saturday night. The relegation seems inevitable, but they will be officially down this weekend if they lose to Palace and Burnley and Southampton both win.
All three games are kick-off at 15, so we will know the fate of Huddersfield at 5pm on Saturday, while Palace will be motivated by the fact that the victory would lead to 36 points and a safe distance.
If Huddersfield were to lose, then chief Jan Siewert would become the first permanent Premier League coach to lose his first five away games, you would believe, Solskjaer in 2013-14, when the Norwegian was manager of the city of Cardiff.
Will Leicester finally manage to beat Bournemouth? (Leicester vs Bournemouth, Saturday, 3:00 pm)
Perhaps one of the most surprising statistics this weekend – Leicester has not beaten Bournemouth in seven attempts in the Premier League (D5 L2).
Also in the 2015-16 Leicester campaign he won 1-1 and 0-0 with Bournemouth, who was enjoying his first season in the Premier League at the time.
Only one of the seven games produced more than two goals, but that was the most recent match when Bournemouth beat Leicester 4-2 in September.
Will Watford ruin Ole's party? (Manchester United vs Watford, Saturday, 15:00)
The meeting will be the first since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed permanent director with a three-year contract at the club.
After replacing Jose Mourinho as head caretaker in December, the Norwegian revitalized the fortunes of the Old Trafford
After winning 14 of his 19 games in charge, United returned to the top-4, but will the Hornets have a surprise for the definitive presentation of Solskjaer?
Will Rice continue to shine? (West Ham vs Everton, Saturday, 5.30pm)
A sensational season for the West Ham midfielder led to his first English cap last week.
Apparently, his performances attract the interest of a series of top clubs, season, establishing himself as the first team's regular under Manuel Pellegrini and earning his first cap in England last week.
The Hammers face one side of Everton trying to take advantage of their impressive 2-0 win against Chelsea just under two weeks.
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