With seven games to go Leicester City sit atop the Premier League with the title firmly in their sights.
Leicester face Southampton at home, while second placed Tottenham have a tricky fixture away at Anfield, where they have a poor record in recent seasons.
Arsenal, in third, have not given up hope of the title, but they need a win against Watford to go with their victory, last time out at Everton, to maintain their momentum.
Manchester City in fourth travel to face Bournemouth on the south coast, hoping to recover from their derby loss to sixth placed Manchester United at the Etihad.
West Ham, in fifth, face a struggling Crystal Palace at the Boleyn Ground.
Saturday, 2 April 2016
Aston Villa 0 v Chelsea 2
Arsenal 1 v Watford 0
Bournemouth 1 v Man City 3
Norwich 0 v Newcastle 1
Stoke 2 v Swansea 1
Sunderland 1 v West Brom 1
West Ham 2 v Crystal Palace 1
Liverpool 3 v Tottenham 1
Sunday, 3 April 2016
Leicester 1 v Southampton 0
Man Utd 2 v Everton 0
Leicester 11/2 To Win The Premier League Rather Cosily
Table topping Leicester City have the finishing line in sight and Qiu Qiu Online Pkv bet365 are betting on their Premier League winning distance with seven or more points quoted at 11/2 – they are 11/8 NOT to win the title.
The fabulous Foxes have the luxury of sitting back and watching how challengers Spurs do at Anfield on Saturday night – a ground where the visitors have won only six times in their last 72 league visits.
Spurs are now 2/1 (from 11/4) to have four England starters against Russia in the Euro 2016 opener, whilst Ranieri’s side are 14/1 with bet365 to be the highest scorers in the Premier …