Super Sunday in the Premier League

By  Football Pulp - 7 April 2017

The title race has grown intense, but it’s the relegation zone that’s getting suffocated as teams are struggling to cope with the competitive atmosphere. Super Sunday in the Premier League is back, and we will witness joyous moments in the two incredibly exciting matches scheduled for this Sunday. 

Sunderland vs. Manchester United

20 games unbeaten and still on sixth! Jose Mourinho has to do a lot of thinking before the clash with Sunderland. After stealing a crucial point against Everton at home in the midweek, eyebrows were raised over Jose’s impact on the side, but he has his reasons. Anyhow, David Moyes will travel to the Theatre of Dreams once again as an opponent with survival on his mind. Sunderland are sitting last on the table and relegation seems inevitable. The goalless draw at home against Burnley was their last impressive performance, but they need to do something out of the box to stun the Red Devils.

 

 

Everton vs. Leicester

Everton were brilliant at defending against Manchester United in the midweek, and they broke superbly, but they will have to shift their focus to the traveling side this Sunday, Leicester City. Though the highlight of the game was Ashley William’s hand ball, Lukaku was out and dusted. His poor decision making and inability to break-in against the Red Devils was widely criticized. He will have to prove his credentials once again against the Foxes this Sunday.

 

 

Though the champions are placed 11th on the league table but are the most positive side in the country with a six-game unbeaten streak. Leicester have shown agility and strength in the recent games and have found a perfect replacement for the missing “Kante” factor. Lukaku and co. will have less space to play against Leicester this Sunday and they’ll have to capitalize every opportunity to stay relevant with the European spot battle.

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