What a weekend of English Premier League games is ahead. Chelsea host Manchester United at Stamford Bridge, while the two teams face off in a match that could be a potential title decider! Let’s take a look at a preview of the 25th round of Premier League!

Manchester City vs Leicester City

The current leaders of the Premier League travel to Etihad Stadium for Saturday’s early game. Just a few months later we will be pretty sure, that the hosts will take three points easily, but now things may change, and any result won’t be a surprise! Jesus Navas is probably joining Kevin de Bruyne on the sidelines with an injury that can stop him from playing for a few weeks. Nasri, Bony, Mangala, and Kompany remain out too for the Citizens. On the other side, Claudio Ranieri has no worries, as only Jeffrey Schlupp and Matty James are on the injury list. If the Citizens manage to beat the Foxes, they will go to the top of the table, but if they lose, Leicester will go six points clear. 

Chelsea London vs Manchester United

Despite the game at the Etihad Stadium, which could possible decide the title, Chelsea vs Manchester United is still the weekend’s biggest clash. The hosts, who are currently in 13th place are unbeaten in 10 straight games under the new manager, Guss Hiddink but in seven Premier League games they have won only two. The situation in Manchester is similar, so both teams will be desperate to win. Loic Remy and Radamel Falcao are unavailable for Chelsea but on the other side, Luis van Gaal has more worries with injuries of his players.

Arsenal vs Bournemouth

The Gunners are not in good form, but they will be desperate to take advantage of the game at Etihad Stadium. Someone will lose points in Manchester and in the best scenario, Arsenal can move back to the second spot, if both City and Tottenham fail to win their matches. But first, Arsene Wenger’s side needs to defeat Bournemouth and it won’t be easy, as the Cherries have lost only one game since December. Arsene Wenger will have some of his midfielders back in action, as Francis Coquelin and Alexis Sanchez are finally ready to play. The return of the Chilean can be a huge boost for Arsenal and quite literally a game changer.