The game between Crystal Palace and Manchester United was one that had huge importance in the Premier League, at both ends of the table.
With just 10 games to go in this season’s Premier League campaign, things are certainly getting hotter at both ends of the table.
Both Manchester United and Chelsea will have kicked off the Premier League season with hopes of being crowned champions in May.
Spurs are a side in the Premier League who have been steadily building and progressing over the last few years.
While the majority of the focus this season may have been on the blue half of Manchester after Pep’s side roared into a very commanding position at the top of the Premier League, things have actually been bubbling along nicely in the red half of Manchester too.
Slaven Bilic was axed by West Ham’s board three weeks ago after a bad run in form saw the Croatian’s position with The Hammers become untenable, due to mounting unrest in both the stands and the boardroom.
There has been a lot of criticism aimed at Arsenal and Arsene Wenger over the last few seasons when it comes to recruitment.
Saturday’s early game sees Old Trafford welcoming Tottenham all the way from London, in what could potentially be the most anticipated and revered match of the season so far… and with both teams currently sat in a tied second place in the tables, both will be keen to secure victory, and gain those well-needed three points to climb above the other, giving Man City a run for their money. Read more
Chelsea may not have physically dropped any points on Saturday’s encounter against Watford – but the Blue’s put out a less-than-convincing performance, and were moments away from losing the game in its entirely… Read more
It may have been a rocky start to the season, for Tottenham, but finally, the team seem to have the full backing of their fans, and supporters – and taking a tied second-place standing, behind Manchester City in the main Premier League tables – it’s clear that Tottenham are back on form… something that fans say could easily cinch the team the title, this year. Read more