Bournemouth may have one eye on their summer holidays this season but the players will want a top half finish. Some quality and consistency up front has been the key for the Cherries this season with Fraser, Brooks, King and Wilson all playing a crucial role. The defence is still frail but that firepower has blitzed a number of good sides this season. Burnley somehow pulled a victory out the bag over Wolves after a pretty dreadful performance. They lack creativity and are heavily reliant on Dyche’s organisation. They’ve been turned over a number of times this season and Bournemouth will fancy themselves here.
Leicester are on a decent run of form and will be looking to compound the misery of relegated Huddersfield. The side looks better organised under Rodgers and with Barnes, Tielmans & Vardy they look dangerous going forward. Huddersfield struggle to score goals and although resilient at the back if you don’t score you don’t win. This should be a comfortable win for Rodgers.
Norwich are 5 points clear at the top of the league and are playing one of the sides who’ve massively underperformed this season. A win here would give them a 7 would see them solidify a 7 point gap to 3rd place at worst with just 6 games left to play. They’ve scored plenty of goals this season and will be looking to hit QPR for 3 or more. QPR fans will be hoping the sacking of McClaren will give them a new manager bounce, but with just 1 win in the last 11 fixtures it seems unlikely. They shouldn’t have the quality to stop Norwich here.