The final two matches of the weekend see another two televised matches, one on Sunday afternoon and one on Monday evening.

Everton vs Leicester – Sunday 9th April 2017 – 16:00 - Sky Sports 1

Everton are 8/11 with Romelu Lukaku at 3/1 to score first.

Everton welcome Leicester to Goodison Park this Saturday, with Everton looking to end Leicester's incredible run of form.

The Toffees come into this match on the back of a 1-1 draw against Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Phil Jagielka (22) scored the only goal of the first half, capitalising on Everton's early dominance.

United missed a hatful of chances as per usual, with Ibrahimovic missing a golden opportunity and having a perfectly good goal ruled offside.

Paul Pogba continued his excellent ball to post ratio, hitting the woodwork for the eighth time this season.

Jose Mourinho's side eventually levelled up after Ashley Williams handballed in the 93rd minute, Zlatan slotted the resulting penalty past Robles.

Toffees In Mixed Form

Everton have been in mixed form of late, with three wins, two defeats and a draw in their last six matches.

Wins against Hull City, Sunderland and West Brom have been sandwiched either side of defeats against Liverpool and Tottenham.

Everton have been in excellent goalscoring form of late, with the Toffees scoring 12 goals.

They find themselves in 7th place, three points behind United, who have two games in hand on the Blues.

Everton Favourites

Ronald Koeman's side come into this match as favourites, with their excellent recent record informing the odds.

This will be a tough match for the Toffees, with Leicester enjoying an incredible run of form under Craig Shakespeare.

Everton will be looking to continue their excellent overall record against Leicester. In 97 matches they have won 35, drawn 30 and lost 32.

LeicesterTigers Mixed

The Foxes come into this match on the back of a 2-0 win away against Sunderland, an excellent result for Leicester.

It was a sedate first half, with Sunderland managing to keep the resurgent Foxes to a goalless draw.

Islam Slimani (69) opened the scoring midway through the second half, with the Dragonslayer continuing his recent good form.

Jamie Vardy (78) doubled City's advantage 12 minutes before the end, registering the Foxes second away win of this campaign.

Foxes Struggling

Leicester have been in excellent form of late, with six successive wins in both Europe and England.

They currently sit 11th in the Premier League, eight points clear of Swansea who are in 18th.

Shakespeare has seemingly rediscovered last seasons winning formula, with Mahrez and Vardy rediscovering their form.

Leicester have progressed at both ends of the pitch, conceding just four goals and scoring 15 goals during that time.

More Of The Same

The match against Everton sees Leicester emerge as underdogs, despite their excellent recent form.

A win will mean they will move to thirty nine points, giving them further security and moving away from the relegation zone.

Leicester will be looking to draw on the 2-1 win earlier in the season, albeit it was in the FA Cup.

Leicester are 18/5 with Jamie Vardy at 7/1 to open the scoring.



Crystal Palace vs Arsenal – Monday 10th April 2017 – 20:00 - Sky Sports 1

Crystal Palace are 3/1 with Christian Benteke at 7/1 to score first.

Crystal Palace welcome Arsenal to Selhurst Park this Saturday, with both sides looking to secure a crucial three points.

Sam Allardyce's side come into this match on the back of a 3-1 defeat against Southampton.

The visitors took the lead through Christian Benteke midway through the first half (31), with the Belgian scoring his second in as many games.

Southampton equalised just before half time, with Nathan Redmond (45) scoring in the dying minutes of the first half.

Claude Peul's side left it late to win the match, with Maya Yoshida scoring the Saints second just six minutes before time (84).

James Ward-Prowse made it 3-1 just a minute later (85), with Palace completely capitulating.

Eagles In Great Form

It is Palace's fourth win in their last six matches, a record that Allardyce will be wanting to build on.

It means that they are three points above the relegation zone, having played one game less than their rivals.

Defeats against Stoke and Southampton have been Palace's main concern but they appear to have turned the corner.

Their defence has been their biggest weakness, but they have conceded just five goals in six matches.

Palace Need Breathing Space

Crystal Palace have endured a miserable 14 months, they come into the match as underdogs.

This will be a tough match for Allardyce and his side, with Arsenal fighting for a fourth place finish.

Crystal Palace will be looking to better their record against Arsenal, in 33 matches they have won 2, lost 22 and drawn 9.

Crystal PalaceGunners Finally Win

The Gunners come into this match in mixed form, despite recording a thumping win against West Ham 3-0.

The first half was a quiet affair, with both sides evenly matched and no goals scored.

It took until the 58th minute when Mesut Ozil opened the scoring for the Gunners, with the German slotting past Darren Randolph.

Arsenal doubled their advantage 10 minutes later through Theo Walcott (68), who scored his second goal in as many matches.

Olivier Giroud (83) made it 3-0 with seven minutes to go, it was the final act in another dismal chapter for West Ham.

Gunners Down And Out

The Gunners now desperately need to register wins in the league, with a top four finish their only realistic aim.

They have suffered defeats against West Brom, Liverpool and Bayern Munich in their last six matches.

It's proved to be the same old for Arsenal, with a top four finish and FA Cup run all that is left in this campaign.

Gunners Favourites

Arsenal come into this match as the favourites, with their pedigree informing the odds in this match.

Wenger's men will be looking to build on two matches undefeated, and register back to back wins.

Arsenal will be looking to draw on the 2-0 win against Palace earlier in the season, and register their 23rd win against the Eagles.

Arsenal are 5/6 with Alexis Sanchez at 7/2 to open the scoring.



Betting Tips

Tip 1 – Lukaku to score first @ 3/1 and Leicester to win 2-1 @ 14/1

Tip 2 –Benteke to score first @ 7/1 and Palace to win 2-1 @ 12/1


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