Premier League Preview: Wednesday 8th July

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Premier League Preview

The Premier League action continues tonight with some thrilling games set to come our way. The stands may be largely silent but that certainly won’t detract from the action on the pitch as sides continue to battle it out for a European berth or aim to distance themselves from the drop zone.


Manchester City v Newcastle United – 6pm, BT Sport 1

Manchester City may have lost out on the Premier League title this time around, however there’s no evidence to suggest that they will take their feet off the gas tonight. Pep Guardiola’s men have consistently been ‘best of the rest’ and we envisage them taking all three points at the Etihad Stadium this evening.

Read our full Man City v Newcastle United preview HERE


Sheffield United v Wolverhampton Wanderers – 6pm, Sky Sports

Sheffield United have fallen away somewhat in their battle for a European berth and following some disappointing recent results we envisage them coming off second best when they entertain Wolverhampton Wanderers tonight. It won’t all be one-way traffic however and we expect the Blades to add to the scoreline in what should be an evenly-fought encounter.

Read our full Sheffield United v Wolves preview HERE


West Ham United v Burnley – 6pm, BT Sport 2

Neither West Ham United nor Burnley have been enjoying many goal-fests this season and we envisage their midweek meeting being somewhat low in terms of goalmouth action. Nevertheless given that these two sides are pretty evenly-matched, we believe that they will both find the net on their way to a share of the spoils at the London Stadium.

Read our full West Ham v Burnley preview HERE


Brighton & Hove Albion v Liverpool – 8:15pm, Sky Sports

Liverpool have the Premier League title in the bag and it looks as though they have awoken from their celebratory slumber, a 4-0 thumping by second-placed Man City being followed by a routine 2-0 win over struggling Aston Villa. We envisage the Reds grabbing another three points on the south coast tonight but the evidence suggests that this could be a close encounter.

Read our full Brighton v Liverpool preview HERE