As the English Premier League comes back on the field of play this weekend, there will be stiff competition from the so called big teams to collect maximum points in a bid to strengthen their chances of a top four finish by the end of the season.

Liverpool can take their point gap cushion on the summit of the log table to 60 points if they can register a win against Crystal Palace with Manchester City, the Citizens, who have 53 points playing on Sunday against, the Citizens, who have 53 points playing on Sunday against Huddersfield Town.

Arsenal and Chelsea will give us a feel of a super Saturday as they face off at Emirates stadium on Saturday, a win for Arsenal, which is currently in 5th position with 41 points will cut the gap against the 4th placed team, Chelsea, to 3 points while a win for the Blues at Emirates will move them to position 3 with 50 points moving out Tottenham Hotspurs.

Tottenham Hotspurs will travel to Fulham on Sunday and will have to do without a number of their key players. Harry Kane, who got injured in their 1- 0 defeat at Manchester United last week, is ruled out until March and joined the injured list of Victor Wanyama and Cissoko. Spurs will also be without Son who is with his Korean national team taking part in the Asian Cup. 3 Points for spurs will cement their stay in 3rd position as they cannot move Manchester City who have a 5 point gap with them.

Manchester United, who are enjoying a good run of form having won 6 consecutive games under their care taker manager Solskjaer, will face Brighton & Hove Albion and a win for the Red Devils will see them move to 5th position dislodging Arsenal as they both have 41 points but the later having a better goals differences.

Liverpool can take their point gap cushion on the summit of the log table to 60 points if they can register a win against Crystal Palace with Manchester City, the Citizens, who have 53 points playing on Sunday against Huddersfield Town.

Blessings Mpando

My name is Blessings Mpando from Lilongwe district born in December 1994. I am a Christian and a member of CCAP. I grew up in Lilongwe and completed my secondary education in 2010 before going on to complete my diploma in journalism at the Polytechnic Continuing Centre.

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