If Bournemouth have any hope of surviving the drop, a win tonight against Southampton is a must. The Cherries are on 31 points, three back of 17th place Watford, who face Manchester City in their next match.
The second match has European implications, with Leicester City – in 4th place on 62 points – trying to hold off Manchester United when they travel to play 7th place Tottenham. Spurs are a point back of Wolves for the Europa League qualifying spot.
Finally, Manchester United and Chelsea meet in an F.A. Cup semi-final, with the winner meeting Arsenal in the final.
Bournemouth v Southampton
Sunday, 11pm AEST
*Southampton have drawn their last 3 Premier League matches.
*Southampton are the 5th best away team in the league.
*In their last 10 matches combined, the Both Teams To Score ‘Yes’ market has hit 8 times.
*Both Teams To Score ‘Yes’ ($1.53)
Tottenham v Leicester
Monday, 1am AEST
*Tottenham have won 3 consecutive home games.
*Tottenham have only conceded 3 times in 6 games since the re-start.
*Leicester haven’t scored more than once away from home since New Year’s Day.
*Harry Kane Anytime Goalscorer ($2.10)
Manchester United v Chelsea
F.A. Cup Semi-Final
Monday, 3am AEST
*Manchester United are unbeaten in 20 matches (all competitions).
*United have won all 3 meetings with Chelsea this season.
*Odion Ighalo has 5 goals in 4 starts in the F.A. Cup and Europa League.
*Both Teams To Score ‘Yes’ ($1.66)
$2.37 Manchester United