Massive midweek fixtures with title, relegation, and Champions League implications

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Massive midweek fixtures with title, relegation, and Champions League implications

As the Premier League season nears its end, the upcoming fixtures could prove crucial in deciding which teams secure the title, qualify for Europe, or face relegation. The games to watch this week are numerous, from potential title-deciders to crucial clashes between teams battling to avoid the drop.

Leeds United versus Leicester City is one of the standout fixtures of the week. After securing their first win in over two months against Wolves, Leicester will be looking to climb out of the relegation zone with a victory against Leeds. Meanwhile, Leeds has been struggling under the leadership of manager Javi Gracia, losing five of their nine league games. This match could be pivotal for both teams as they look to secure their fate in the Premier League.

Another crucial game to watch is Wolves versus Crystal Palace. Both teams have pulled away from the relegation zone in recent weeks, but they are not yet safe. Palace needs just one more point to avoid the drop, while Wolves need another win to create a comfortable gap between themselves and the bottom three.

Aston Villa's home game against Fulham could have significant implications for the Champions League. With a win, Villa would put themselves in contention for a top-four finish, which would keep them clear of seventh-place Liverpool. They would also head into their next game against Manchester United with the potential to secure a top-four spot.

Wednesday's games offer some of the most exciting matches of the week, including the potential title-decider between Manchester City and Arsenal at the Etihad. City has displayed relentless form, having not lost a game since February 5th, and is unbeaten in their last 16 games. Meanwhile, Arsenal has struggled in recent weeks, drawing their last three games, and could be slipping in form.

Despite Arsenal's recent dip, they remain five points clear at the top, having played two more games than City. If Arsenal avoids defeat at the Etihad, the pressure will increase on 
City to win their games in hand. However, if City wins, they will become overwhelming favourites to win the title, having won four of the last five seasons.

Nottingham Forest versus Brighton & Hove Albion is another game to watch on Wednesday. This game could have implications at both ends of the table, with Forest winless in their last 11 games and in desperate need of a victory. Brighton, on the other hand, will be fatigued after their FA Cup semi-final penalty shootout loss against Manchester United on Sunday.

Finally, on Thursday, Tottenham Hotspur takes on Manchester United at home. After their 6-1 defeat to Newcastle United, Spurs is on the brink of implosion, and there is a lot of uncertainty at the club. However, a win on Thursday would put them back in the top-four race, while a defeat could leave them facing an uphill battle.

In conclusion, the next few weeks will be crucial for several teams in the Premier League, as the outcomes of these matches could determine their fate. From those competing for the title to those fighting to avoid relegation, it is sure to be an exciting week of football, and fans should not miss out on the action.

Gabe’s TipOdds by Bet365
 To Finish in the Top 6 – Aston Villa$5.50
Not to be Relegated – Everton  $1.83
To Finish Bottom – Nottingham Forest$3.30