Victor Wanyama breaks silence on Manchester United and Liverpool transfer talk

Wanyama only made eight league starts last season but did feature in victory over United. (Picture: Getty Images)Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Victor Wanyama has no plans to leave the club despite links with Liverpool and Manchester United.

The 26-year-old missed large swathes of last season with a knee problem but upon his return in January made just seven Premier League starts during the second half of the campaign.

As a result, Champions League finalists Liverpool and Premier League and FA Cup runners-up United have both been linked with a move for the Kenya international, according to The Daily Mail, and he could be available for around £40m.

Mourinho has been linked with a move for him (Picture: Getty)But Wanyama has dismissed such speculation and aims to come back stronger next season after an injury-ravaged term.

‘I don’t respond to rumours and all those are rumours to me, I still have a contract with Spurs and that is what I want to see through’ Wanyama told Goal.

‘I did not have a good season with the team because of injury and my aim now is to work hard during this break and return for next season even stronger and help them perform even better.

‘I am happy at Tottenham and I am committed to the team. I am not aware of anything [regarding a move away] and I am very fine and happy where I am.’

Since moving to north London from Southampton in 2016, Wanyama has made 71 appearances in all competitions for Tottenham but is yet to nail down a regular first team place under Mauricio Pochettino.

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When does the transfer window open and close over summer 2018?

Transfer speculation over Willian is already rife (Picture: Getty Images)The Premier League season may be over, but we still have the Champions League final and World Cup to look forward to, not to mention the usual summer excitement surrounding transfers.

Thankfully we are being treated to actual football this summer, but that won’t stop the hype around which players are coming and going from all the major leagues across the world.

Speculation is already rife over the future of some players and we can expect some huge deals to go down this summer, but when can they be done?

Here is everything you need to know…

Will Anthony Martial be on the move this summer? (Picture: Getty Images)When does the transfer window open?

The transfer window is already open!

Yes, it was officially unlocked and pushed ajar on 17 May, but this is only for domestic transfers.

International transfers can only be made from midnight on 8 June (when FIFA’s Transfer Matching System opens).

Emre Can looks likely to leave Liverpool (Picture: PA)When does the transfer window close?

The window closes at 5pm on 9 August.

This is earlier than in previous years as clubs wanted to avoid disruption after the season starts on 11 August.

However, they can still sell players to foreign clubs after this deadline, until the deadlines in other countries are reached.

Harry Kane issues challenge to Mohamed Salah after Liverpool star wins Golden Boot

Salah netted 32 times in his maiden Premier League campaign with Liverpool (Picture: Getty)Tottenham striker Harry Kane has congratulated Mohamed Salah on winning the Premier League Golden Boot after the Egyptian set a new record for most goals in a 38-game season.

Kane had been the division’s top scorer in both the 2015/16 and 2016/17 campaigns, but, despite his best ever haul in a Premier League season, still fell two goals short of Salah’s 32-goal haul.

Far from being resentful of Salah, Kane believes the Liverpool star’s goalscoring feats will push him to get even better – and he’s already targeting Salah’s record.

Salah struck his 32nd goal against Brighton to claim the record (Picture: Getty)‘It’s good to have competition and it’s great for the Premier League to have two players at the 30-goal mark,’ Kane told reporters.

‘For me, it was a target to improve on last year, when I got 29, and it was nice to get to that 30-goal mark.

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‘Mo has done great this year, he deserves it, he deserves the Golden Boot. I am looking forward to the competition again next season.

‘I haven’t seen Mo to talk with him. But this is what you want at the highest level – you want to be fighting for things and I think we pushed each other.

‘He broke the record for a 38-game season and that is what I will try to do next season.

Kane was also on target on the final day of the season, scoring twice (Picture: Getty)‘For me, it is about doing it year after year. This is my fourth year now and the first time I have got to 30 goals in the Prem.

‘Now it’s about getting to 30 goals for the next two or three years. That’s the aim.

‘Any player wants to do it on a consistent basis and that’s what defines a good player from a great player. Mo has done amazing and he looks like a great player. We’ll see if we can both continue it next season.’

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Man City, Man Utd, Liverpool & Spurs: Which Champions League pot can each club be in?

The group stage draw for 2018/19 will take place at the very end of August (Picture: Getty)With four Premier League teams now assured of their place in next season’s Champions League, clubs can begin thinking about who they might play in next season’s competition.

Unlike previous seasons, all qualified clubs from the big four leagues – Premier League, Serie A, La Liga and Bundesliga – will go straight into the group stage, avoiding the play-offs entirely.

That means, even if Liverpool fail to win the Champions League, they will still go straight into the group phase courtesy of their fourth place league finish.

There are already 21 teams from around Europe who have secured their place in the group stages (out of 26 automatic qualifiers, and 32 total), and more who will play in the qualifying rounds, and the pots are starting to take shape…


Pot 1

BarcelonaBayern MunichManchester CityJuventusParis Saint-GermainLokomotiv MoscowWinners of Champions League Winners of Europa League

Pot 2

Borussia Dortmund (89.000)Porto (86.000)Manchester United (82.000)Shakhtar Donetsk (81.000)Napoli (78.000)?????????

Pot 3

Roma (64.000)Schalke (62.000)CSKA Moscow (45.000)???????????????

Pot 4

Valencia (36.000)Club Brugge (29.500)Hoffenheim (14.285)???????????????

Pot unconfirmed

Real Madrid (160.000)Atletico Madrid (138.000)Benfica* (80.000)Basel* (71.000)Tottenham (67.000)Liverpool (62.000)Salzburg* (55.000)Ludogorets Razgrad* (37.000)PSV* (36.000)Celtic* (31.000)

The champions’ pot (Pot 1) is complete, aside from the identities of the winners of the Champions League and Europa League. As none of the four clubs involved in the two finals are their domestic league’s champion, there will only be six title winners in the first pot; last season, the Europa League winner was not seeded in pot 1, while Real Madrid had won the title, meaning Portugal and Ukraine both got a spot in the champions’ pot.

Manchester City and Manchester United are the only Premier League teams locked into their pots at present. Pep Guardiola’s side are seeded in pot 1 for the very first time – meaning they avoid the likes of Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Juventus – while United will be in pot 2 once again, and will no doubt be hoping they draw Lokomotiv! All teams in the ‘unconfirmed pot’ with an asterisk need to come through qualifying to make the group stage.

The final four guaranteed spots in the group stage will go to: the second-placed team in France (currently Monaco – 57.000), the fourth-placed team in Italy (currently Lazio – 41.000), the champions of Turkey (currently Galatasaray – 29.500) and the champions of Czech Republic (currently Viktoria Plzen – 33.000).


If Liverpool win the Champions League, they will be seeded in pot 1 (Picture: Getty)Both Liverpool and Tottenham will have to wait until after the Champions League final to learn which pot they will be in. If the Merseysiders – who have a lower coefficient than Tottenham – win the competition they will leapfrog them into pot 1. If they lose, they will be in pot 3. Not only do Spurs need Real Madrid to win, but they also need their neighbours Atletico Madrid to triumph in the Europa League final. Atletico have a mammoth coefficient score while Marseille’s is less than Tottenham’s.

If both Liverpool and Marseille (who are one point outside the third and final Champions League place in Ligue 1) win their respective finals, Spurs will be in pot 3. If only one of those teams triumphs, then Spurs can still sneak into pot 2 if both Benfica and Basel – the only two teams with higher coefficients – get knocked out in the qualifying rounds.


Incredibly, the preliminary round draw for the Champions League – which features teams from Andorra, San Marino, Gibraltar and Kosovo – takes place before the World Cup has even started, with matches scheduled in the middle of the tournament. The first qualifying round, which will involve Celtic, also overlaps with the World Cup, though the play-off proper is not until the end of August.

No Premier League clubs will have to worry about that, though, with all four sides going straight in the group stages. The draw for the group stage will take place on Thursday August 30th in Monaco, not the usual location of Nyon, with the first matches played in the middle of September.

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Mohamed Salah celebrates beating Harry Kane to Premier League Golden Boot

Mohamed Salah finished the Premier League season with a record-breaking 32 goals (Picture: Getty)Mohamed Salah insisted he was proud to win the Premier League Golden Boot after pipping Harry Kane to the title.

The Egyptian’s smartly taken 26th minute opener set Liverpool on their way to a convincing 4-0 win over Brighton.

The victory confirmed Jurgen Klopp’s team a place in next season’s Champions League, regardless of the outcome of the final against Real Madrid in a fortnight’s time.

Kane, meanwhile, scored twice in Tottenham’s dramatic 5-4 win over Leicester at Wembley, but was unable to close the gap any further and ultimately finished two goals short of his rival.

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Mohamed Salah’s goal set Liverpool on their way to a 4-0 win over Brighton at Anfield (Picture: Getty)

Harry Kane ended the season on 30 Premier League goals after scoring twice against Tottenham (Picture: Getty)

Golden Boot 2017/18 | Final Standings

Mohamed Salah – 32 goalsHarry Kane – 30 goalsSergio Aguero – 21 goalsJamie Vardy – 20 goalsRaheem Sterling – 18 goals

‘The Golden Boot is very special,’ said Salah after he was presented with the award. ‘But it’s in my mind to help the team. I’m very proud.

‘It’s always been in my mind to succeed in England.

‘I want to improve year after year too. Very special to break the record at Anfield.

‘I will do my best to do it next season too.’

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Manchester City closing in on £50m transfer deal for Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha

Manchester City are reportedly closing in on a deal for Wilfred Zaha (Picture: Getty)Manchester City are closing in on a £50million deal for Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha, according to reports.

Zaha has been instrumental in Palace’s stunning escape from Premier League relegation this season, scoring eight goals and making three assists in 28 appearances.

Tottenham, Liverpool and Chelsea have all expressed interest in signing the Ivory Coast international in recent weeks but City are hopeful of striking a deal.

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The Daily Mirror say Zaha’s displays for Palace have caught the attention of Pep Guardiola, who is determined to bolster his squad at City despite storming to the Premier League title.

Guardiola has told City he wants to sign a match-winning winger this summer and his focus has turned from Riyad Mahrez to Zaha.

Manchester City had a £60million bid for Leicester City’s Mahrez rejected in January and the Algerian playmaker may need to look elsewhere to finally get his desired move.

Pep Guardiola has identified Zaha as a top target (Picture: AP)

Zaha played a huge role in Palace’s relegation escape (Picture: Getty)Zaha has developed into a modern-day Palace legend in his two stints at Selhurst Park, first helping the club secure promotion to the top-flight before he was signed by Manchester United.

He made just two league appearances for the Red Devils, however, before returning to his boyhood club and rediscovering his form.

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Crystal Palace looked destined for the drop earlier in the season when they lost their first seven games without scoring a goal, but Zaha and his team-mates completed a remarkable turnaround under Roy Hodgson.

Speaking earlier in the week, Hodgson said of Zaha’s future at Palace: ‘I think Wilf enjoys his football here. He enjoys being part of our set-up.’

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Mauricio Pochettino reacts to Steven Gerrard’s appointment as manager of Rangers

This is Gerrard’s first managerial job (Picture: Getty)Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is ‘sure’ Steven Gerrard’s appointment as the manager of Glasgow Rangers will be a successful one.

Rangers parted company with Graeme Murty earlier this week after last weekend’s embarrassing 5-0 defeat at the hands of Old Firm rivals Celtic at Parkhead.


And Gerrard, who retired as a player in 2016 after 710 games for Liverpool, was appointed as the Scottish club’s new manager on Friday.

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Spurs boss Pochettino had nothing but praise for the former England international and hopes to face him in the near future.

‘Steven was an amazing, great player and it’s sure he has the experience to manage,’ said Pochettino.

‘I wish him all the best because it will be fantastic for football to have him as a manager and one day to challenge him.’

The managerial talk didn’t stop there, with the Argentine also thanking the current Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger for his work in the game.

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‘It will be difficult to say thank you enough,’ added Pochettino. ‘For the fans, for everyone that loves Arsenal, in the same way they love Wenger, I think it’s impossible to say thank you enough.’

Tottenham’s next game is away to West Brom in the Premier League on Saturday while Rangers face Kilmarnock in the SPL.

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Dejan Lovren mocks Harry Kane with new nickname in conversation with Mohamed Salah

Harry Kane has been mocked by Liverpool centre-back Dejan Lovren. (AMA/Getty Images)Dejan Lovren has mocked Harry Kane by calling the Tottenham striker ‘Mr Touch’ in an Instagram conversation with Liverpool teammate Mohamed Salah.

Kane has been extensively mocked on social media after winning an appeal to have Christian Eriksen’s goal credited to him in Tottenham’s victory over Stoke City last month.

Leicester City and England striker Jamie Vardy, as well as Salah, derided Kane’s appeal on social media, while an official Football Association account on Twitter also poked fun at the forward after Spurs’ defeat to Manchester United in the FA Cup semi-final.

Salah celebrated his latest win on Instagram after picking up the Football Writers’ Association Footballer of the Year award.

And when commenting on his Liverpool teammate’s post, Lovren fired a dig at Kane by saying: ‘My vote went for Mr. ‘Touch’, I am joking, u already know my answer.’

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Kane, meanwhile, insists he still wants to beat Salah to win the Premier League Golden Boot.

The Tottenham striker is four behind his rival from Liverpool, who currently leads the way on 31 goals for the season.

“Every striker in every country wants to win the golden boot,’ Kane told the Daily Telegraph.

Lovren nicknamed Kane ‘Mr Touch’. (Instagram)‘I want to win at everything, whether it’s the golden boot or every game.

‘Even if it is just playing a game with my mates – I want to win that. I am not afraid to say so.’

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Michael Owen’s Premier League predictions, including Man Utd v Arsenal

After a huge week of European football, the Premier League resumes and ahead of the latest round of fixtures, BetVictor brand ambassador Michael Owen has made his predictions.

Liverpool v Stoke City

Stoke need to take maximum points this weekend to have any realistic chance of maintaining their Premier League status. With that in mind, it is unlikely they would have handpicked Liverpool for this must-win game given they have not won at Anfield in their 54 previous top-flight visits!

Mo Salah can set a Premier League record this weekend (Getty)I am beginning to run out of superlatives for Mo Salah – all I will say is that the new King of the Kop needs just one more Premier League goal to become the outright top scorer in the history of the competition since it became a 38-game season – in his first season!

Prediction: Liverpool 3-0 Stoke City

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Burnley v Brighton

Brighton have only scored nine times away from home this season and it would be fair to say they don’t score many goals north of Watford given five of those nine away goals have been scored in London with two more on the south coast!

The Clarets have conceded in their last eight games at Turf Moor, but they will more or less clinch seventh place in the table if they keep the points against the Seagulls.

The Clarets were a short price to be relegated at the start of the season – to be on the verge of Europa League qualification is a magnificent achievement.

Prediction: Burnley 1-0 Brighton

Crystal Palace v Leicester City

Jamie Vardy has a chance to boost his England credentials this weekend (Getty)I will be surprised if we do not see a number of goals at Selhurst Park where the hosts are looking to win home back-to-back league games for the first time since last April.

The Foxes have scored and conceded in 22 different league games this season – more than any other side – and have a decent recent record at Palace losing just one of their last five. Only Harry Kane (15) and Mo Salah (13) have scored more away league goals than Jamie Vardy (9) so far this term and Gareth Southgate needs all his strikers in top form ahead of the World Cup in Russia.

Prediction: Crystal Palace 2-2 Leicester City

Huddersfield v Everton

There are unlikely to be too many goals at the John Smith’s Stadium despite the fact that Everton have only kept two clean sheets on the road so far this campaign.

The Blues have drawn six of their last eight away games against newly promoted clubs and I think they will have to settle for a hard-earned point against the Terriers who are not yet guaranteed their place in the Premier League next term.

Prediction: Huddersfield 1-1 Everton

Newcastle v West Brom

Rafa Benitez has done a great job with Newcastle this season (Getty)Newcastle were not at their best at Goodison earlier in the week, but get a confident vote to bounce back despite the fact that Darren Moore’s Albion have picked up four points from their last two games against Manchester United and Liverpool.

It is likely to be a case of too little too late, however, and West Brom need to pick up maximum points at St James’s Park to have any chance of an unlikely Great Escape.

The Baggies have only kept one clean sheet in their last 24 visits to St James’s Park, however, and I think this will be the game that confirms the Baggies will be playing Championship football next term.

Prediction: Newcastle 2-0 West Brom

Southampton v Bournemouth

Southampton have never lost a home match against Bournemouth in thirteen previous games in all competitions and desperately need to keep the points in their bid to avoid the drop.

The Saints have not won any of their last nine Premier League home games and it promises to be a tight, tense affair on the south coast, but one from which I feel the hosts will take all three points.

Prediction: Southampton 1-0 Bournemouth

Swansea v Chelsea

Chelsea may have one eye on the FA Cup final (Getty)Chelsea were much too good for Southampton at Wembley on Sunday and Antonio Conte will be delighted that both his central strikers were among the goals in the FA Cup semi-final.

The Blues have won their last couple of away league games and the Swans might only be a point above the relegation places if the Saints have beaten the Cherries earlier in the day.

Whatever the result at St Mary’s I think the Swans can take a point.

Prediction: Swansea 1-1 Chelsea

West Ham v Manchester City

City have won their last two games at the London Stadium by a combined score of 9-0 and I expect the champions to have too much pace and quality for the Hammers.

City have scored 98 league goals so far this season and I expect Pep Guardiola’s side to have at least 100 on the board by the end of the game.

Prediction: West Ham 1-3 Manchester City

Manchester United v Arsenal

Arsene Wenger visits Old Trafford for the last time as Arsenal boss (Getty)Jose Mourinho has largely held the upper hand in his meetings with Arsene Wenger down the years losing just two of their 18 previous clashes (W8 D8) and he has never lost to the Gunners boss in seven previous home games.

United will be buoyed by their semi-final win over Spurs last weekend and I expect them to gain a quick double over the North London clubs.

Arsenal are in Europa League action on Thursday and are likely to have one eye on the return leg in Madrid next week. The Gunners are yet to pick up an away point in 2018 and I expect United to edge what promises to be an open, entertaining game.

Prediction: Manchester United 2-1 Arsenal

Tottenham v Watford

Spurs have to put behind their FA Cup semi-final loss when they entertain a Watford side who have failed to score in four of their last six Premier League games and have lost their last seven matches in London.

Spurs seemed to run out of ideas and legs against United – despite taking a goal lead in last weekend’s semi-final – and there is a worrying trend emerging at the club.

Spurs thoroughly deserve their place in the Champions League next term, but Mauricio Pochettino will be well aware his side need to find a way to take the next step and bring some silverware to the new-look White Hart Lane next term.

Prediction: Tottenham 4-1 Watford

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Michael Owen’s Premier League and FA Cup semi final predictions, including Man Utd, Chelsea and Arsenal

It’s a huge weekend of Premier League and FA Cup semi-final action (Picture: Metro)The FA Cup semi-finals and the coronation of Manchester City as Premier League champions 2017/18 are the weekend highlights and again, Brand Ambassador Michael Owen shared his thoughts exclusively with BetVictor on all the action.

Manchester United v Tottenham

Jose Mourinho must decide whether or not to restore Alexis Sanchez to his starting line-up (Picture: Getty)Manchester United have won their last three FA Cup ties against Tottenham, but I just feel Spurs will end their semi-final hoodoo – they have lost their last seven FA Cup semis – at Wembley on Saturday.

Both sides were in Premier League action on the south coast midweek with United meeting Bournemouth on Wednesday whilst Spurs were held 1-1 at Brighton twenty-four hours earlier.

Spurs were not at their best against Champions Manchester City on Saturday or against the Seagulls, but Mauricio Pochettino rested a number of key players at the Amex and I expect to see a rejuvenated Spurs come out firing in their “home” semi.

United did not show up at a subdued Old Trafford against West Brom on Sunday which was a surprise given their remarkable Derby comeback at the Etihad the previous weekend.

Romelu Lukaku has scored in every round of the Cup so far this season and Alexis Sanchez has scored five times in his four FA Cup games at Wembley – United need big games from the pair on Saturday evening.

Prediction: Manchester United 1-2 Tottenham

Chelsea v Southampton

Alvaro Morata endured another difficult evening against Burnley (Picture: Getty)Southampton have won four of their five FA Cup ties against Chelsea but they surrendered a two-goal lead at St Mary’s in the league on Sunday and I expect the West London outfit to confirm the form at Wembley.

The Blues – who meet Chelsea at Turf Moor in the Premier League on Thursday – have won their last five games against the Saints and Antonio Conte has a big call to make as to who leads the Blues line following Olivier Giroud’s brace after coming on as a second half substitute last weekend.

I expect to see an entertaining clash with Chelsea making it through the final for the 12th time from their last 15 semi-finals.

Prediction: Chelsea 2-1 Southampton

West Brom v Liverpool

Mohamed Salah will continue his quest to win the Golden Boot (Picture: Reuters)Nothing wrong with West Brom’s spirit and I wonder how many sides have been relegated at the end of a season they have gained wins at both Old Trafford (Premier League) and Anfield (FA Cup).

Liverpool entertain Roma on Tuesday and could be forgiven for having one eye on their Champions League semi-final first leg, but this is a very focussed, motivated Reds side and I expect them to have too much quality for the Baggies.

Mo Salah became only the third Liverpool striker to score 40+ goals in all competitions – after Roger Hunt (1961-62) and Ian Rush who achieved the feat twice in 1983-3 and 1986-87. He has been magnificent so far this season although you sense there is still more to come from the Egyptian who must be looking forward to meeting his old Roma teammates at Anfield.

Prediction: West Brom 0-2 Liverpool

Watford v Crystal Palace

Watford have only picked up one point from their last 30 on the road and have only gained a solitary draw from their last five games. The Hornets did pick up enough points earlier in the season to be almost certain of maintaining their Premier League status but their current form is a worry with next term in mind.

Palace got the maximum points their recent home form deserved when they beat Brighton in their south London derby last weekend and I think they can build on that success at Vicarage Road.

Prediction: Watford 0-2 Crystal Palace

Arsenal v West Ham

Arsenal are in action just 48 hours after Arsene Wenger confirmed he is to stand down at the end of the season (Picture: Getty)I thought Arsenal played well for long periods at St James’s Park but the bottom line is they have now lost five successive away league games for the first time since 1984. That is simply not good enough for a club of Arsenal’s heritage.

The Gunners home form remains good, however, and I expect them to go into Thursday’s Europa League semi-final with Atletico Madrid with three points safely tucked away from this London Derby.

Prediction: Arsenal 3-1 West Ham

Stoke City v Burnley

Stoke had two points cruelly taken from them at the London Stadium on Monday and the draw means they are five points from safety. You feel they must beat Burnley at the weekend if they are to have any chance of maintaining their Premier League status.

That is easier said than done, however. The Clarets, at the time of writing, have won their last five league games and they are challenging Arsenal for a place in the top six. What a season it has been for Sean Dyche and all involved with the club.

Prediction: Stoke City 1-1 Burnley

Manchester City v Swansea

Manchester City were confirmed as Premier League champions last weekend (Picture: Getty)I would like to add my congratulations to Pep Guardiola and his Manchester City side who have been quite magnificent this season and showed great character, to match their undoubted talent, at Wembley on Saturday when they demolished a very good Spurs side.

Raheem Sterling scored his 22nd goal of the season for City at Wembley, he has brought more consistency, and goals to his play this term – he has a massive role to play for the Three Lions in Russia this summer.

Prediction: Manchester City 2-0 Swansea

Everton v Newcastle United

Everton were fortunate to come away with all three points at St James’s Park in the reverse fixture over Christmas and former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez, eyeing a top ten finish, would gain great satisfaction if his Newcastle side finished above the Blues this season.

Former United manager Sam Allardyce has steadied the ship at Goodison, but the natives have not been best pleased with the quality of football the Blues have served up. Make no mistake this is no end-of-season affair between two mid-table teams.

I do not expect the Magpies to lose.

Prediction: Everton 1-1 Newcastle United

Michael’s weekend treble: Crystal Palace, Liverpool and Arsenal at 11/2

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