Premier League questions: Bournemouth and Liverpool will produce another classic? – SkySports

07-12-2018 04:12

The Bournemouth side of Eddie Howe entertains Liverpool this weekend

The Bournemouth side of Eddie Howe entertains Liverpool this weekend

What questions can be answered when the final whistles enter the last round of Premier League matches?

The action begins on Saturday at lunchtime, when Bournemouth hosts Liverpool at Vitality Stadium hoping to derail the aspirations to the Reds Premier League title.

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Renault Super Sunday takes us to St James' Park, where Newcastle tackles the wolves before the last round of games ends at Goodison Park while Watford visits Everton, live Monday evening football.

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Will this clash be at the height of previous thrillers? Bournemouth vs. Liverpool, Saturday 12:30, live on Sky Sports Premier League

In the six Premier League games, 22 goals were scored in the games between Bournemouth and Liverpool, with 18 of them in their last four games.

But Eddie Howe's team lost four of their six Premier League games against Liverpool (1st D1), losing both games last season with a total score of 0-7.

Xherdan Shaqiri celebrates the score in Liverpool's victory at Burnley

Xherdan Shaqiri celebrates the score in Liverpool's victory at Burnley

After four consecutive losses, Bournemouth rebounded with a 2-1 win over Huddersfield mid-week, but this is a different test. Two teams that love to play, this could be the fixed appointment of the weekend.

Bournemouth has one more day of rest, and has the advantage of home, so will this be the game in which Liverpool eventually loses the unbeaten Premier League?

Bournemouth v Liverpool

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Will Newcastle begin to cement a center position? Newcastle vs Wolves, Super Sunday 4pm, live on Sky Sports Premier League

After three rebounds in the rebound, St James & Park was amazed by the heavy defeat against West Ham, before a credible draw at Everton. However, two losses and could be back in the relegation fights.

With Huddersfield and Cardiff seeing a breakthrough in performance and new managers in both Southampton and Fulham, Newcastle can not necessarily guarantee that there will be "three worst teams" in the next six months.

Morgan Gibbs-White hopes to impress in the Renault Super Sunday

Morgan Gibbs-White hopes to impress in the Renault Super Sunday

The shape of the wolves seemed extremely disturbing before a stunning comeback against the undefeated Chelsea on Wednesday, and suddenly they are looking up rather than down.

There is talk of Newcastle fans who boycott the protests with reports of an imminent sale of the club, so raising the sentiment around both clubs could make him a cracker.

Newcastle vs Wolves

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Will Will Everton shake off the Derby Day hangover? Everton vs. Watford, Monday Night Football 20:00, live on Sky Sports Premier League

Two home games after that disappointment at Derby Day at Anfield would have given Marco Silva some hope for a speedy recovery, but the draw against Newcastle on Wednesday left a little in the air at Everton.

Forward Monday evening football they are the old club of Silva, Watford, without a win in five, having scored only twice in those games.

The manager of Everton Marco Silva takes on his former club at Goodison Park

The manager of Everton Marco Silva takes on his former club at Goodison Park

Everton won 11 of the 12 home games against Watford in all competitions, taking the other.

There is no doubt that Everton has improved under Silva, but with a full table, this winter has an important impression. Only four points separate the sixth and twelfth, and Everton tackles Man City (via) and Spurs (home) before Christmas.

Everton vs Watford

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The Gunners will present themselves in the first four and Mesut Ozil will come back? Arsenal vs Huddersfield, Saturday at 15:00

Sitting on equal terms with Chelsea in fourth place, Arsenal has the opportunity to open a door to London rivals, which will host Manchester City on Saturday night. The first four would be a success in the first season of Unai Emery, no doubt.

Mesut Ozil has struggled with a back spasm in recent weeks

Mesut Ozil has struggled with a back spasm in recent weeks

Unbeaten in 20 in all competitions, Arsenal could try to overcome an unwanted statistic from the list; they have not conducted in any of their 15 Premier League games this season, and Huddersfield is the perfect opportunity to see him.

Mesut Ozil scored once and twice in Arsenal's 5-0 win against Huddersfield in the Emirates last season, but will we see the German return from a back injury? Emery has already said that he omitted Ozil because of the physicality of some games, so all eyes will be on the team's news at 2am on Saturday.

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How will Brighton do with Burnley's physical approach? Burnley vs. Brighton, Saturday at 15:00

Sean Dyche was stunned by Jurgen Klopp's assessment of Burnley's physical approach in a 3-1 loss to Liverpool at Turf Moor on Wednesday, but Clarets await him more when Brighton is hosted this weekend.

Klopp asked for more protection after Joe Gomez was forced to leave an ankle injury in a challenge with Ben Mee, while Phil Bardsley captured Alberto Moreno with another strong attempt to win the ball.

Jurgen Klopp was unhappy with Burnley's aggressive mid-week approach

Jurgen Klopp was unhappy with Burnley's aggressive mid-week approach

In truth, Burnley was a soft touch this season and found himself abandoned in the relegation zone, so this was a clear change of tact by Dyche in an attempt to rediscover his identity.

Both matches between these two teams ended scoreless last season, but it is a sign of Chris Hughton's progress in Brighton that a repeat of points this weekend would be a disappointment.

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Will the "Klopp of the Alps" take its first step in Saints' snow? Cardiff City vs Southampton, Saturday 15:00

There were three managers in 18 months at St Mary's, but arriving at a formerly fermenting club is not new to Ralph Hasenhuttl, having started his managerial career with Aalen in the third German division.

He was the eighth manager in five years, but after taking the place in January 2011 with the point one point above the relegation zone, he led them to ninth place – and his arrival in the Premier League with Southampton has passed long time coming.

Ralph Hasenhuttl takes over from Southampton for the first time against Cardiff

Ralph Hasenhuttl takes over from Southampton for the first time against Cardiff

"I want to put my steps in the snow here and I did it with all my clubs first," he said in his first press conference on Thursday. "Perhaps this passage is not the easiest, but I never wanted the easy things in my life."

Words that will resonate with Neil Warnock, who occupies the basement of the opposition this weekend in Cardiff. The Bluebirds have won three of their last four home games, and maintaining a good home record will be crucial if they have to stay out of the relegation zone.

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The return of the West Ham route without Arnie? West Ham vs Crystal Palace, Saturday 15:00

Manuel Pellegrini has confirmed that Mark Arnautovic will be eliminated for at least a month with a hamstring injury, but the first signs are that West Ham will be able to cope without their talisman.

After the Austrian withdrawal on Tuesday, the Hammers rolled up their sleeves and his substitute Lucas Perez, in particular, took the opportunity by winning twice in a 3-1 victory over Cardiff.

Marko Arnautovic was excluded for a month with a hamstring injury

Marko Arnautovic was excluded for a month with a hamstring injury

Pellegrini said in front of the Crystal Palace at the London Stadium: "I'm happy because we are improving, but you can never be 100% happy, you always need to improve.

"I said right from the first match of the season that we will play in the right way and we would not have changed because we lost some games."

After a difficult start, it would seem that West Ham is starting to come to terms with Pellegrini's methods and another home victory could bring them to the top half of the table.

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Ranieri will deliver the last straw to Mourinho once again? Manchester United vs Fuham, Saturday at 15:00

In December 2015, Jose Mourinho brought Premier League champions to King Power Stadium knowing his job was in line, but what followed was another drop in visibility while Leicester lost 2-1 winners.

It turned out to be the last nail in the coffin of Mourinho at Chelsea. Claudio Ranieri was obviously the manager of Leicester that day, but the Italian faces a very different challenge when they meet again at Old Trafford.

Jose Mourinho saw his team slip eight points at the end of the first four

Jose Mourinho saw his team slip eight points at the end of the first four

The bad season of Manchester United goes from one beat to another, but Mourinho knows he could not survive another abject result against Fulham. The hopes of defying Manchester City for the title are long gone, but United have taken three points from the last 12 at home, contributing to a gap of eight points between them and fourth place.

With 46 changes to his initial XI in the league this season, Mourinho has become Tinkerman but after the chaotic 2-2 draw with Arsenal, he may be running out of time to find solutions.

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Will this be the biggest test of the season in the city? Chelsea vs Manchester City, Saturday 17.30

Even after the first seasonal defeat of Chelsea at the Wolves, this is a huge test for Manchester City. Last season 1-0 at Stamford Bridge was the moment when Pep Guardiola and his players felt that the championship was to be lost, even if it is unlikely that a Saturday victory will provide that kind of insurance, given the shape of Liverpool .

This season seems not to have stopped Manchester City as they head towards Chelsea

This season seems not to have stopped Manchester City as they head towards Chelsea

Chelsea have not been at their best against the best this season; draws against Liverpool, Everton and Manchester United, the defeat against Tottenham and a close win against Arsenal, where they were cut too easily.

The city has rested some stars at Watford on Wednesday, and can welcome Raheem Sterling for the trip to Stamford Bridge, although the question marks remain on the form of Gabriel Jesus, having scored only one of the 45 league goals this season.

Kane will continue his hot strip against the foxes? Leicester City vs Tottenham, Saturday 7:45 pm

Tottenham will be looking for the eighth Premier League win of the season, when they visit Leicester in Saturday's final, but Mauricio Pochettino knows his team faces a fit fox.

Claude Puel's men lost six games without defeats (W2 D4), their longest run in the competition without defeats since May 2016, and Leicester won the 2-1 game last season.

Harry Kane is again entering the Christmas period in the form of blisters

Harry Kane is again entering the Christmas period in the form of blisters

The spurs returned to victory following the defeat in the North London derby against Arsenal with a routine victory over Southampton at Wembley, and Harry Kane appears in a disquieting form as he faces the congested festive devices.

The England striker has four goals in the last five Premier League games and scored 13 out of 11 games against Leicester in all competitions throughout his career, more than he has done against any other opponent.

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