Premier League

Premier League Gameweek 30 Preview and Predictions for Arsenal, Man City, Man Utd, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham

Mudeet Arora
Arsenal take on Liverpool among other big clashes in Premier League's gameweek 30
Arsenal take on Liverpool among other big clashes in Premier League's gameweek 30 / Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images
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The Premier League returns this weekend with the first of it's last 9 gameweeks remaining in what has been an eventful 2020-21 season.

Here's a look at a preview and our predictions for the traditional top 6 sides this gameweek.

1. Chelsea vs West Bromwich Albion

Jake Livermore, Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham
Chelsea host West Brom in the Premier League on Saturday / Malcolm Couzens/Getty Images

When and what time is kick off?
Saturday, April 3, 17:00 Indian Standard Time

Where is it being played?
Stamford Bridge

TV channel?
Star Sports Select HD and Hotstar

Chelsea remain unbeaten under new manager Thomas Tuchel and have taken 22 points from a possible 30 in the Premier League since the German took over from Frank Lampard in January.

This game totally looks like an easy 2-0 win for the Blues.

2. Leicester City vs Manchester City

Youri Tielemans
Leicester City will be aiming to do the double in the Premier League over rampant Manchester City / Catherine Ivill/Getty Images


When and what time is kick off?
Saturday, April 3, 22:00 Indian Standard Time

Where is it being played?
King Power Stadium

TV channel?
Star Sports Select HD and Hotstar

Leicester thrashed City 2-5 in the reverse fixture this season at the Etihad Stadium in the beginning of the campaign.

However, considering how incredible Man City have been after their slow start, it is highly unlikely the Foxes will take anything from this game.

But, Leicester have shown on multiple occasions that they can make comebacks from tricky situations.

We predict a 1-1 draw for this game, particularly considering both teams might be a bit slower than usual after many of their players took part in the international matches.

3. Arsenal vs Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp, Mikel Arteta
Arsenal take on Liverpool in a crucial mid-table clash / Pool/Getty Images


When and what time is kick off?
Sunday, April 4, 00:30 Indian Standard Time (April 3 late night)

Where is it being played?
Emirates Stadium

TV channel?
Star Sports Select HD and Hotstar

Both Arsenal and Liverpool are enduring poor seasons this time out in the Premier League and both these sides will desperately look for a win.

Liverpool have lost six of their last eight Premier League games. Arsenal are unbeaten since February and conjured up an incredible comeback from 3-0 down against West Ham last time out in the league.

We predict this game to be an entertaining 3-3 draw.

4. Newcastle vs Tottenham Hotspur

Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur
Newcastle host Tottenham in a crucial Premier League clash on Sunday / Pool/Getty Images

When and what time is kick off?
Sunday, April 4, 18:35 Indian Standard Time

Where is it being played?
St.James' Park

TV channel?
Star Sports Select HD and Hotstar

Newcastle find themselves just two points above the relegation zone and head into this clash against Tottenham, who are doing everything in their power to enter the top four of the Premier League.

While Spurs have blown away their chances at cup competitions, they look impressive in the league, winning three of their last four games.

We predict Jose Mourinho's side to end up victorious in this clash with a scoreline of 3-1.

5. Manchester United vs Brighton and Hove Albion

Bruno Fernandes, Manchester United
Man Utd face a tough Brighton test in the Premier League / Pool/Getty Images


When and what time is kick off?
Monday, April 5, 00:00am Indian Standard Time (April 4 late night)

Where is it being played?
Old Trafford

TV channel?
Star Sports Select HD and Hotstar

The Red Devils came up with a lucky win at the Amex Stadium when they were awarded a penalty after the full-time whistle was blown, following which a VAR check saw United win a spot-kick.

Brighton were the better side on that day but the Red Devils will know that fact and will looking to come up with a plan to diffuse their opponents' plan of attack.

The Seagulls are very direct and United will most definitely look to play on the counter.

We predict a 2-1 win for the Red Devils.

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