EPL MATCH DAY 34 PREVIEW

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As the Premier League approaches it’s homestretch, different teams are trying to achieve their season long targets. Match week 34 comes with it’s own story. The #NoRoomForRacism campaign and the Social Media boycott headlines this match week with all #PL clubs going on a social media boycott to send a message to all fans out there

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Saturday 01 May

1430HRS EAT CRYSTAL PALACE VS MAN CITY

The league leaders go to Selhurst Park with the EPL trophy in sight. They may be crowned champions if they win and second placed Man Utd lose at home to Liverpool. Crystal Palace defender Gary Cahill is back in contention after overcoming a minor issue. However, Mamadou Sakho, Nathan Ferguson and Connor Wickham are not available.

City will be without defender John Stones who serves his second game if a three match domestic ban

1700HRS EAT BRIGHTON VS LEEDS

Brighton & Hove Albion will be looking to ease relegation fears when they welcome Leeds United to the Amex.

The Seagulls are currently 17th in the table, seven points above 18th-placed Fulham, while Leeds occupy ninth position, a point above 10th-placed Arsenal.

The Seagulls have only won two of their 16 home league matches this term.

Leeds, meanwhile, continued their strong run of form with a point against Man United last weekend. They have now taken five points from their last three league games against Manchester City, Liverpool and Man United.

Brighton’s Adam Lallana is a slight doubt, but Percy Tau and Ben White are back in contention for the Potters. Solly March and Tariq Lamptey are still unavailable.

As for Leeds, Liam Cooper, Raphinha and Adam Forshaw are not in contention but Rodrigo Moreno and Helder Costa are fit.

1930HRS EAT CHELSEA VS FULHAM

Chelsea will aim to cement their position in the top four when they host Fulham to Stamford Bridge. This comes after a 1-1 Champions League draw with Real Madrid on Tuesday.

Mateo Kovacic and Antonio Rudiger have both been ruled out due to injury for the Blues while the cottagers will be without long term absentees Terence Kongolo, Marek Rodak and Tom Cairney. Kenny Tete’s is uncertain as he steps up COVID-19 recovery. Chelsea loanee Ruben Loftus-Cheek cannot face his parent club so will also miss out.

2200HRS EAT EVERTON VS ASTON VILLA

The last match of the night will see 11th placed Aston Villa visit Goodison Park to face 8th-placed Everton who are still in the top four race with just six points separating them from 4th placed Chelsea

Everton could have Michael Keane available but Abdoulaye Doucoure and Jean-Philippe Gbamin are both still absent

As for Villa, Morgan Sanson and Trezeguet are still unavailable as well as Jack Grealish, who is still recovering from a calf problem. Matty Cash will be back in the side at right-back

Let’s get your predictions, in the comments section below.

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