English Premier League Fixtures Week 33: April 9-10

LONDON, Sporting Alert – English Premier League fixtures and livescores for the games playing this weekend – Saturday 9 April and Sunday 10 April.

Leaders Leicester City can go 10 points clear at the top of the Premier League points standings with a victory over Sunderland on Sunday, as they kick-off before second place Tottenham, who will take on Manchester United on the same day.

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Leicester leads the standings with 69 points and will win the title this year for the first time in club history if they can win four of their remaining six games.

Tottenham head into their super Sunday fixture knowing that a victory over Manchester United would keep the pressure on the Foxes, but a defeat would put a massive dent in the title push.

At the same time, the Red Devils are still chasing a top four spot and the pundits believe Louis van Gaal men will be strong opponents for Spurs, despite the hosts being listed as the slight favourites to take this match.

Manchester United (53) sit one point behind Manchester City (54) in the race for a Champions League spot.

Third place Arsenal and sixth place West Ham United will meet in the first game on Saturday with the Gunners still confident about catching the leaders and win the title.

The away fixture isn’t expected to be an easy one for Arsenal, as they will take on the Hammers, who are still fighting for a top-four place.

In the relegation battle, Newcastle United travel to Southampton needing a victory, Sunderland will battle with the Foxes, and Aston Villa entertaining Bournemouth at Villa Park.

Follow livescores at www.livescores.com and live TV listings at LiveSoccerTV.com

English Premier League Fixtures

Saturday, April 9 (ET)

West Ham United v Arsenal (7:45 am)
Aston Villa v AFC Bournemouth (10:00 am)
Crystal Palace v Norwich City (10:00 am)
Southampton v Newcastle United (10:00 am)
Swansea City v Chelsea (10:00 am)
Watford v Everton (10:00 am)
Manchester City v West Bromwich Albion (12:30 pm)

Sunday, April 10 (ET)

Sunderland v Leicester City (8:30 am)
Liverpool v Stoke City (11:00 am)
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United (11:00 am)

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