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Leicester to win the Premier League or will Man United keep top four alive?

It has come down to this. In one of the greatest stories in sport, let alone football history, Leicester will be Premier League champions if they beat Manchester United on Sunday.

Just 12 months on from looking doomed to relegation to the Championship, the Foxes are on the brink of winning English football's biggest prize. It's absolutely extraordinary -- but will Manchester United spoil the party?

Louis van Gaal's men need a win to keep their faint top four hopes alive, while it's tense at the bottom with Newcastle, Sunderland and Norwich scrapping to stay up.

Predict the outcome in our polls.

MAN UNITED: All eyes are on Old Trafford this weekend to see if the Premier League title will be won, but unlike so many other years, it's not United in the running. Leicester proved against Swansea in their 4-0 win that they aren't a one man team, impressing in Jamie Vardy's absence. But they still might struggle on Sunday. United have the best record in the league at home and there are lots of players eager to prove to Louis van Gaal they should start in the FA Cup final.
Prediction: Manchester United 1-1 Leicester -- Scott Patterson

LEICESTER: This is the biggest game in Leicester's history. Fans will be pinching themselves at the prospect of winning the title at Old Trafford, a particularly poignant place of potential glory for Kasper Schmeichel, son of United legend Peter. The Foxes could win the title even with a loss, if Spurs fail to beat Chelsea on Monday. Claiming the three points they need to secure the league is a big ask without Vardy, but a draw wouldn't be a bad result at all.
Prediction: Manchester United 1-1 Leicester -- Ben Jacobs

CHELSEA: Chelsea and their fans would like nothing more than to be the team that definitively ended Tottenham's title challenge, though to do so they will have to show greater organisation and defensive commitment than they have of late. Tottenham's confidence will have suffered a setback following the surprise home draw with West Brom, and the absence of Dele Alli through suspension could damage their prospects further.
Prediction: Chelsea 2-2 Tottenham -- Phil Lythell

TOTTENHAM: Spurs have acquired the useful knack this season of coming back strongly after a poor performance, but Monday's game will be a tough test. Chelsea players will need no extra motivation to win this from their outgoing manager, Guus Hiddink. The visitors have a terrible record at Stamford Bridge and it is hard to see them getting more than a point.
Prediction: Chelsea 1-1 Tottenham -- John Crace

NEWCASTLE UNITED: The Toon face their old boss Alan Pardew in a must-win clash at St James' Park and fans will be hoping to wipe the smile off the Crystal Palace manager's face with three points. To do it, Newcastle must pick up where they left off in their 2-2 draw at Liverpool and against a Palace team that could include changes with safety all-but assured and the FA Cup looming.
Prediction: Newcastle 3-0 Crystal Palace -- Lee Ryder

CRYSTAL PALACE: You could forgive Palace for going into their league game at Newcastle not fully focused, having just secured only their second FA Cup final appearance last weekend. But Pardew will want to keep that momentum going, so expect the former Magpies boss to pick a strong side on his return to his old club.
Prediction: Newcastle 1-2 Crystal Palace -- Jim Daly

STOKE: Stoke will be hoping the visit of lowly Sunderland will signal an end to their recent unwelcome habit of conceding four goals every time they step on the pitch. If they can defend as a group and keep the dangerous Jermain Defoe quiet, they will have half a chance of keeping the score line respectable. But the fans won't hold their breath.
Prediction: Stoke 1-3 Sunderland -- James Whittaker

SUNDERLAND: Manager Sam Allardyce has seen his team's form move from dismal to vibrant but will stress the need for caution despite Stoke City's three recent heavy defeats. It is another must-not-lose game in the battle for survival, but an uncommonly settled Sunderland side must aim higher.
Prediction: Stoke 0-1 Sunderland -- Colin Randall

SOUTHAMPTON: This should be the perfect time for Southampton to play Manchester City, who will surely have one eye on the second leg of their Champions League semifinal with Real Madrid next week. Ronald Koeman's side have to keep winning to stand any chance of a European place
Prediction: Southampton 2-0 Manchester City -- Alex Crook

MAN CITY: As Alex says, focus could easily drift to the Champions League tie with Real Madrid. Southampton are chasing a Europa League place and they are fourth in the form table, in line with Manuel Pellegrini's side. If the Chilean rotates with Europe in mind, the door could be open for a Saints win.
Prediction: Southampton 1-1 Manchester City -- David Mooney

ARSENAL: After being held to a 0-0 draw against relegation-battling Sunderland last Sunday, Arsenal will not relish another encounter with a team fighting the drop. Arsene Wenger will hope his team can respond to the pressure from Manchester United and show some mettle of their own.
Prediction: Arsenal 1-0 Norwich -- James McNicholas

NORWICH: The Canaries had to sit and stew while both Newcastle and Sunderland took advantage of games in hand to pull them into the relegation zone last week. Planned protests by home fans directed towards Arsene Wenger after another season of unfulfilled promise may prove a distraction but Norwich must take matters into their own hands.
Prediction: Arsenal 3-1 Norwich -- Paddy Davitt

WEST BROM: The Baggies have now taken points from away fixtures at Tottenham, Leicester, Liverpool, Chelsea and West Ham while one of their best performances of the season came in a 2-1 loss to Manchester City. A home match against West Ham, who still have top four ambitions, will be a test but one Tony Pulis' men can get something from.
Prediction: West Brom 1-1 West Ham -- Matthew Evans

WEST HAM: West Ham have it in their own hands as they chase fifth place in the league, and although West Brom gained a draw at Upton Park back in November, the Hammers should have enough in the tank to get three points at the Hawthorns.
Prediction:  West Brom 1-3 West Ham -- Peter Thorne

SWANSEA: The way Swansea have played over the last two matches -- 3-0 and 4-0 defeats to Newcastle and Leicester respectively -- it's hard to imagine a sudden reversal of fortune against a potent-looking Liverpool side. Swansea have a good record against the big teams, and will at least have home advantage for a change. Will that be enough?
Prediction: Swansea 1-3 Liverpool -- Max Hicks

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp will once again ring the changes as the Reds take on Swansea just three days after facing Villarreal in Spain. The rotation policy has worked well in recent weeks, with the shadow squad recording victories over Stoke City and Bournemouth, and with Swansea not in the best of form there is no reason why Liverpool cannot pick up maximum points.
Prediction: Swansea 1-2 Liverpool -- Dave Usher

EVERTON: This entire situation has become embarrassing and unnecessary. Roberto Martinez's defence of his Everton tenure has as many holes as the defensive unit he oversees on the pitch. But the club hierarchy should never have let it reach this stage. There's a protest planned for the visit of Bournemouth, with some fans asking for Martinez's removal as manager. It may be a toxic atmosphere and it may defy logic, but Martinez may get a reprieve and sneak this one.
Prediction: Everton 2-1 Bournemouth -- Luke O'Farrell

BOURNEMOUTH: Bournemouth's players have outperformed expectations this season but are showing signs of tiring ahead of their trip to Everton, who are reportedly interested in Cherries manager Eddie Howe. One player who cannot be weary is Callum Wilson, who is slowly being reintroduced after injury and could make a difference.
Prediction: Everton 2-1 Bournemouth -- Steve Menary

WATFORD: On paper this is the most insignificant fixture being played this weekend. A team that's safe against one that has already been relegated. But after a meek showing against Crystal Palace in the FA Cup semifinal at Wembley last week, Quique Sanchez Flores will not want to contemplate losing this one. His side should have enough to win this though.
Prediction: Watford 2-0 Aston Villa -- Michael Moruzzi

ASTON VILLA: Villa continue their ignominious exit from the Premier League, aiming to avoid an 11th straight defeat when they meet Watford. The teams shared five goals earlier in the season with Sanchez Flores' men winning 3-2. Odion Ighalo and Troy Deeney both scored and although the form of the two strikers has cooled in recent weeks, they'll surely trouble Villa's calamitous defence. The visitors will hope Watford are suffering a hangover from their FA Cup semifinal loss to Palace.
Prediction: Watford 2-0 Aston Villa -- Kevin Hughes


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