By Harry Drew
All of this weekend’s Barclays Premier League fixtures will, as they always do, excite punters across the world. If we look beyond Saturday’s games, there are three contests which have outstanding significance: Newcastle at home to Aston Villa, Chelsea playing host to Manchester United, and the encounter between Liverpool and Spurs.
The next round of fixtures will signify the two-third mark in the season – we tend to scrutinise the final third of the campaign as ‘squeaky-bum time’, with results in this period having immense consequences. The matches mentioned above have repercussions for the fundamental battles within the Premier League: the title race, fight for fourth and struggle to stay in the league. Read More