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14:05 SUNDERLAND - ARSENAL

As Arsenal have dropped too far behind in the race for the title, the Gunners have turned their sights on making sure of their automatic qualification for next season's Champions League. They've managed to do a pretty good job so far, as Arsene Wenger's men are undefeated in their last six Premier League matches. Naturally, it's not been entirely plain sailing, demonstrated by the home draw against Crystal Palace, but otherwise the Gunners have picked up comprehensive victories against Everton and Watford, with the latest casualty being West Bromwich Albion.

Sunderland are also in desperate need of points in their battle against against relegation. They have a chance to finally climb out of the relegation zone, but their task is an incredibly tough one, as Arsenal have ruthlessly dispatched them twice before this season. The Gunners have claimed the victory in both the league and the FA Cup, with both manages finishing 3-1.

Sunderland come into the match on the back of an incredibly important 0-3 win over relegation rivals Norwich City. However, their form has otherwise been average. Even though they've only lost once in their last six Premier League games, they've only managed to pick up one win in the process. Crucial clashes against rivals Crystal Palace and Newcastle were matches where the Black Cats would've definitely needed an extra 1%. And 1% won't be enough against a strong Arsenal side.

Sam Allardyce has a fully fit squad to choose from, while Arsene Wenger remains doubtful over the fitness of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Santi Cazorla and Jack Wilshere, who have all made a return to training. In addition, Arsenal also had a game on Thursday, meaning Wenger may well rotate his team for Sunday's match.

All the pressure is on Sunderland, who are in a do-or-die situation. The Black Cats will have to go all out and hope that a roaring Stadium of Light will spur them on to victory. An in-form Arsenal attack will be a tough test for Sunderland's defence, with scoring opportunities probably being easier to create given both team's will be looking for a win. Sunderland haven't won at home in three, a situation unlikely to change on Sunday.

Sunderland's last five matches:

16.4.2016 Norwich - Sunderland 0-3

10.4.2016 Sunderland - Leicester 0-2

2.4.2016 Sunderland - West Bromwich 0-0

20.3.2016 Newcastle - Sunderland 1-1

5.3.2016 Southampton - Sunderland 1-1

Arsenal's last five matches:

21.4.2016 Arsenal - West Bromwich 2-0

17.4.2016 Arsenal - Crystal Palace 1-1

9.4.2016 West Ham - Arsenal 3-3

2.4.2016 Arsenal - Watford 4-0

19.3.2016 Everton - Arsenal 0-2

Previous meetings between the two sides this season:

9.1.2016 Arsenal - Sunderland 3-1 (FA Cup)

5.12.2015 Arsenal - Sunderland 3-1

Betting tips:

Sunderland need a win at home on Sunday, and Arsenal won't be settling for a draw. Goals can therefore be expected, which makes betting a whole lot easier.

** over 2.5 goals: 3/4 Betsafe

* both teams to score: YES 71/100 ComeOn!

 

16:05 Leicester - Swansea

Leicester's quest for the title is just eight points away from being completed. When you take a look at their remaining fixtures, this is the so-called "easy" one, where three points are simply a must. Their last three matches are tough, as they have trips to both Manchester United and Chelsea, along with a home clash against Everton to look forward to. Victories in both home matches would go a long way in confirming Leicester as champions. 

Leicester come into Sunday's clash from a problematic situation, as top scorer Jamie Vardy is suspended. The striker earned two yellow cards in the eventful 2-2 draw with West Ham, facing his first red card since 2011. His suspension means that manager Claudio Ranieri will have to make a change to his starting line-up for the first time since the 5th of March!

After going the whole of February without a win, Swansea managed to pick themselves up as they've claimed four wins and a draw from their last seven games. During this run they managed to defeat Arsenal away (1-2) and Chelsea at home (1-0), so their good form hasn't been down to easy opponents. On the other hand, their last defeats have come against Bournemouth and relegation-threatened Newcastle. They conceded three goals in both games, so consistency is clearly an issue at the Liberty Stadium. If the Swans want to get anything out of the King Power Stadium, their defence must put in a perfect performance for the full 90 minutes.

Meanwhile Leicester are undefeated in eight, winning six times in the process. Despite the results, their performances haven't been pretty - or occasionally even good. Confidence in Ranieri's camp is still on a high despite the recent unconvincing performances, and the late equalizer against West Ham will surely have given them even more belief in themselves. Despite dropping points, the game will have felt like a win for the Foxes. Another positive factor will have been that the equalizer was scored by Leonardo Ulloa, the man tasked with filling Vardy's boots on Sunday.

Although Ranieri keeps insisting that Leicester aren't thinking about the title, focusing more on their day-to-day work, the players will surely be feeling a lot of pressure by now. The big question is, can they cope with the pressure, especially in a match where they're considered the favourites? The Foxes have shown so much character during the season that a Swansea victory would be a big surprise on Sunday.

Leicester's last five matches:

17.4.2016 Leicester - West Ham 2-2

10.4.2016 Sunderland - Leicester 0-2

3.4.2016 Leicester - Southampton 1-0

19.3.2016 Crystal Palace - Leicester 0-1

14.3.2016 Leicester - Newcastle 1-0

Swansea's last five matches:

16.4.2016 Newcastle - Swansea 3-0

9.4.2016 Swansea - Chelsea 1-0

2.4.2016 Stoke - Swansea 2-2

19.3.2016 Swansea - Aston Villa 1-0

12.3.2016 Bournemouth - Swansea 3-2

Previous meetings between the two sides this season:

5.12.2015 Swansea - Leicester 0-3

Betting tips:

Leicester are primarily a hard-working team. With Vardy missing, the scoreline could remain very low on Sunday. The most likely outcome is a 1-0 or 2-0 victory for the hosts. Under 2.5 goals is a smart addition to your betting plans!

* Both teams to score: NO 3/4 Betsafe

*** Under 2.5 goals 71/100 Unibet

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