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Premier League 2016-17 fixtures and betting tips

Jon Wilde 28 Apr 2017
  • The 2016-17 Premier League campaign runs from August 13-May 21
  • Check out the list of fixtures and our preview of the forthcoming action
Leicester City celebrate their 2015-16 Premier League triumph during an open-topped bus parade (credit: Getty Images)

A May Day Bank Holiday weekend of Premier League football to savour takes place with the highlight being Arsenal’s attempt to potentially kill off their arch-rivals Tottenham’s title hopes.


Weekend Premier League action

White Hart Lane stages the biggest game of match week 35 as Tottenham Hotspur go into the North London derby sure to know what result leaders Chelsea will have achieved away to Everton in a match due to finish some 30 minutes or so earlier.

The gap at the top of the table could be seven points, five or still four by the time Spurs kick off against the Gunners, who, apart from local bragging rights, have plenty to play for besides denting their neighbours’ title aspirations as they try to get back into the top four themselves.

To do that, Arsenal will need to climb above at least one of the Manchester clubs and/or Liverpool, and if United win at home to relegation-threatened Swansea City in the opener of Sunday’s four matches they would climb into the top three, at least temporarily, for the first time since mid-September.

But the Red Devils’ local rivals Manchester City, with whom they drew 0-0 on Thursday, would be above them if they won away to Middlesbrough straight afterwards, while Liverpool hope to retain their top-three placing by collecting maximum points away to Watford in the Monday Night Football match.

The trophy all Premier League teams are playing for (Getty Images)
At the other end of the table, bottom club Sunderland will be relegated on Saturday if they collect fewer points from their match at home to Bournemouth than 17th-placed Hull City do when they visit Southampton.

The 40-point mark is the currently perceived safety barometer and several clubs will be hoping to reach that target this weekend, including Crystal Palace who know that a victory for either they or Burnley when they meet at Selhurst Park would effectively guarantee survival.

West Ham, who visit Stoke, and Leicester, the visitors to West Brom, are also to out to dispel any lingering relegation worries.

Premier League fixtures for April 29-May 1 (all kick-off times BST)


Saturday April 29


Sunday April 30


Monday May 1


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