Premier League preview, 27-28 April 2024
Premier League preview, 27-28 April 2024

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Sunday afternoon is the match on everyone’s lips as Arsenal face their long-time rivals Tottenham Hotspur away as they continue their bid for their first league title in two decades. It might potentially be a battle of two African defensive midfielders as Mali’s Yves Bissouma and Ghana’s Thomas Partey could face each other in this one.

Bissouma has featured in most of Spurs’ matches this season, whereas Partey is still being slowly reintroduced into the team after returning from a long term injury. For Bissouma, he’s determined to give Lily White's fans a decent ending to the season.

"Tottenham is a big club; for me it's one of the best clubs in the world, and the best clubs in the world need to have what they need to have. That's why we're here, we're working really hard. It's not easy, yeah, but we'll do everything we can to put the club where it needs to be. That's my dream,” he said.

Liverpool and Manchester City will be in action on Saturday and Sunday respectively, the two teams will be gunning for wins as neither can afford to drop any points for the title race. Egypt’s Mohamed Salah has faced a dip in form and is receiving a lot of criticism for it. He will get a chance to prove himself when the Reds play against West Ham United.

Salah was dropped to the bench in the team’s last match and club legend Jamie Carragher believes that Jurgen Klopp did the right thing. As a GOtv subscriber, you’ll have first hand experience of whether this was a good decision or not.

"When you look at some of the players who have been left out you might look at Mo Salah. Mo Salah is not an issue with tiredness because he stayed here during the international break, he's been injured in the middle of the season, and he's not playing well enough at the moment. It might be the case he'll be better and sharper from the bench,” said Carragher.

But even with Carragher’s claims, Klopp doesn’t seem to think so and boldly disagreed with his claims and is looking at it from a squad depth perspective. "The squad situation at the moment is as good as it has been in this season. Hopefully it stays like that. If you saw our bench today, that was real quality and experience. Yes, have them all back and can mix it up,” Klopp echoed.

Other matches will also be in the spotlight as Fulham play the London Derby against Crystal Palace and Manchester United host Burnley at Old Trafford. Everton will host Brentford in another important match in the fight against relegation, and Aston Villa will host Chelsea in Saturday’s late kick-off.

Fasten your seatbelts and take a ride in the latest instalment of the English Premier League with GOtv in the driver’s seat. Join the family and we’ll welcome you with open arms to take the journey with us.

Premier League broadcast details

All times CAT

Saturday 27 April

13:30: West Ham United v Liverpool– LIVE on SuperSport GOtv Premier League

16:00: Manchester United v Burnley – LIVE on SuperSport GOtv Premier League

18:30: Everton v Brentford – LIVE on SuperSport GOtv Premier League

21:00: Aston Villa v Chelsea – LIVE on SuperSport GOtv Premier League

Sunday 28 April

15:00: Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal – LIVE on SuperSport GOtv Premier League

17:30: Nottingham Forest v Manchester City – LIVE on SuperSport GOtv Premier League