Premier League Preview Gameweek 37

Published on 20 May 2023 at 12:00

Premier League Preview Gameweek 37

Coming into the last 2 game weeks of the season, the real business end of the season. Here are My predictions.


Tottenham vs Brentford


Do Spurs truly want to play in the Europa Conference League next year? If they finish seventh, they shall get that, which is not much of an incentive for a new manager to join.

Ryan Mason, the temporary head coach of Tottenham, has made it clear he wants the position on a permanent basis, but he hasn't done anything since taking over

Ivan Toney, an England striker, won't be available for Brentford due to his suspension. When they drew 2-2 with the Spurs earlier in the season, Toney scored, but I still see the Bees winning this match without him.

My Prediction: 1-2 Brentford


Liverpool vs Aston Villa


It seems like this is the kind of game where Unai Emery, the manager of Aston Villa, could go and set his team up to annoy Liverpool and carry a danger on the break.

So I'm not underestimating Villa in this situation, but Liverpool have such excellent momentum after winning seven straight matches that I don't see them losing it. Villa will be bombarded, and they might even destroy them.

The Reds play Southampton in their final game of the season, thus I anticipate them to finish with 71 points. In order to get to the top four, they will need either Newcastle or Manchester United slip up.

My Prediction: 3-1 Liverpool


Bournemouth vs Manchester United 


Although Manchester United's recent away performances have caused some concern, I do believe Erik ten Hag's team will benefit from Bournemouth's safety from the relegation zone in this match.

I have been really impressed by the Cherries during the course of the season.

I believe United will be too strong for them.

Due to the stakes for United, I am picking them to win.

With Liverpool in form and hot on their heels, they will be keen to finish in the top four, which requires two wins from their final three games.

I backing United in getting one of them here, even if it won't be simple.

My Prediction: 0-2 Manchester United


Fulham vs Crystal Palace


Wilfried Zaha's injury will keep him out of Crystal Palace's final two games of the season, but that won't be a huge loss given Eberechi Eze's current goal-scoring form.

But I'm still going to predict a victory for Fulham in this one.

My Prediction : 2-0


Wolves vs Everton


For Everton, Dominic Calvert-Lewin's physical condition is key. He had to withdraw from the game against Manchester City on Sunday at halftime due to a tight groine, and it's obvious that Toffees manager Sean Dyche wants him available for this match.

Everton defeated Brighton 5-1 in their most recent away game with Calvert-Lewin leading the line, and they will pose a much greater threat if he plays at Molineux.

I'd even suggest that his performance will determine if they survive the season as a whole.

Despite the fact that Wolves are safe, I don't believe their manager Julen Lopetegui will let them drop off during their final home game of the year as they will be well-prepared and not simply give up.

Without Calvert-Lewin, I firmly believe Everton will lose, and I also believe the game will end in a draw, which would indicate that Everton still has work to do before their season-ending match at home against Bournemouth.

My Prediction: 1-1


Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal


This is one of those games when you may anticipate the Gunners to really come back and play with tremendous authority, but as the season has progressed, we have seen less of that from them.

Recently, they have lost control of a lot of games. Mikel Arteta's team used to control the play and play at their own pace earlier in the season, but they appear to have lost that capacity.

Because of Nottingham Forest's current situation, you can be sure that they will fight tooth and nail for everything without needing to err on the side of caution.

They play their games at home, and even while I don't think it will be an especially attractive game, I can see Forest finding a way to score another point.

My Prediction: 2-2


West Ham vs Leeds


Since Southampton and Leicester cannot overtake them and Leeds can still finish level with them on points, it would take a significant change in goal difference for Sam Allardyce's team to finish above them, West Ham are practically secure at this stage.

Therefore, even though it has resulted in the Hammers losing four of their last five Premier League games, Hammers manager David Moyes has been perfectly entitled to concentrate on his team's Europa Conference League semi-final with his team selections during the past week or two.

I understand what Big Sam is attempting to accomplish at Leeds, but he was given such a short time to make an impact that appointing him was a huge risk.

Leeds have only won two away league games this season and are unlikely to play much football here. The goal is to keep West Ham out and steal this.

For me there is only one result here.

My Prediction 2-1 West Ham


Brighton vs Southampton


Southampton are already down, and I don't see them going toe-to-toe with Brighton - they'll want to disrupt rather than attack the Seagulls.

It's all about what happens next at Saints, whether Ruben Selles stays in charge next season and whether they can keep players like James Ward-Prowse.

My Prediction: 3-0 Brighton


Manchester City vs Chelsea


City could be declared champions if Arsenal lose at Forest on Saturday, but they will want to go out and destroy Chelsea regardless of whether they need to win this game to complete a hat-trick of titles.

That is exactly what I believe will occur. From what I've seen of Chelsea, they don't seem to have an identity or a plan. They have some really good individual players, but they are not a team, and they seem a shambles at times.

City will make some adjustments and bring in players such as Phil Foden, Riyad Mahrez, and Julian Alvarez, but they will still easily win.

My Prediction: 4-0 Manchester City


Newcastle vs Leicester 


Leicester have scored more goals than any other team in the bottom half of the table, as well as more than eighth-placed Aston Villa.

The Foxes have some terrific attacking players, but their defence is terrible. Even the return of Jonny Evans, a true warrior, has made no difference.

That's why I don't think they can compete with Newcastle, who are aiming for a top-four finish and might take a significant step towards it here.

My Prediction: 3-1 Newcastle


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