Premier League Preview: Thursday 9th July 2020
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Premier League Odds – Thursday 9th July
The Premier League action is coming thick and fast and tonight’s line-up promises much in the way of top-quality entertainment. Indeed while the Premier League Title battle is over, there remains much to play for with a handful of sides in with a chance of joining Man City and Liverpool in the Champions League next season (assuming City do actually get their ban overturned). Things are also getting urgent at the opposite end of the table with Aston Villa and Bournemouth fast running out of time.
Things may well become slightly clearer this evening, however there remains much work still to do and we take a look at the likely winners and losers in tonight’s clashes.
Bournemouth v Tottenham Hotspur – 6pm, Sky Sports
Bournemouth are in serious trouble right now and should they fail to start winning games, then they will find themselves back in the Championship. As for Tottenham Hotspur, they will be eager to ensure that a European berth doesn’t slip from their grasp and as such, nothing less than three points will do for the visitors to the south coast tonight.
Everton v Southampton – 6pm, Prime Video
Both Everton and Southampton will be resigned to finishing the season in a mid-table position and as such we’re not expecting fireworks on Merseyside tonight. Nevertheless the Toffees’ solid home form suggests that they will overcome the Saints in what nevertheless looks set to be a closely-fought encounter.
Aston Villa v Manchester United – 8:15pm, Sky Sports
Aston Villa’s hopes of remaining in the Premier League are fading fast and we don’t really fancy their chances tonight when they entertain in-form Manchester United. The Red Devils are red-hot right now and there’s no evidence to suggest that their winning run will come to an end in the West Midlands tonight.