Tuesday Football Preview: Busy Easter Schedule Continues in England

Last Updated on May 8, 2024

EPL: Newcastle v Everton

At St.James Park on Tuesday, Newcastle United will play against Everton, who are just three points away from the relegation zone in the Premier League. Despite having inconsistent results this season, Newcastle are able to get back on track as they have won four of their last eight games. Their spot in 8th place gives them hope to move to the European spots. Everton are in a difficult situation to move away from the relegation zone. They have not won since mid-December and are struggling to win games while on the road. This upcoming match will showcase Newcastle’s brilliance and Everton’s determination to bounce back this season.

EPL: Nottingham v Fulham

On Tuesday, Nottingham Forest is set to lock horns with Fulham at the City Ground. Nottingham Forest are in the 17th spot, just above the relegation zone. They were winless in their last 6 games, mimicking the turbulence they have experienced all season. Fulham are in much better form after losing only twice in their last nine games. They showed consistent determination to even go higher in the ranking from the 12th spot. Despite their recent wins against the strongest teams (Manchester United), they are still struggling to change their poor away records. 

EPL: Bournemouth v Crystal Palace

Bournemouth is scheduled to square off with Crystal Palace in the upcoming Premier League match, with an eye on extending their recent remarkable performances. Bournemouth have maintained their rank to be in the safe spot and are now aiming to move above being in 13th place. Crystal Palace are struggling under the new management of their new coach, Oliver Glasner. In their five recent games, they only managed to secure one victory, highlighting their difficulties this season. This match at Vitality Stadium will test both the current positions of the teams and see who will dominate in this make-or-break clash.

EPL: Burnley v Wolves

Tuesday’s game at Turf Moor Stadium will give Burnley the chance to avoid relegation as they play against the Wolves. Burnley just need to make up a sizable gap to reach safety. Despite their devastating pointless game in previous matches, they showed a slight improvement in their recent game. Their game against Chelsea extended their unbeaten run to three matches. The Wolves sit comfortably in 10th place, but they still aim to earn three more points to move to 7th place for European qualification. But their inconsistent wins in their recent matches raise questions about their ability to secure a European spot. 

EPL: West Ham v Tottenham

As Tottenham visit London Stadium on Tuesday, they will face West Ham with the hope of being in the fourth spot again. Tottenham are in great shape this season, being able to rank among the top five scoring teams in the Premier League. They bucked the trend of the third round by securing a thrilling come-from-behind victory over Luton. West Ham suffered a cruel 2-1 loss in their most recent game against Newcastle after leading 1-0 for most of the second half. They will try not to repeat their late collapse in their next match and will trust in their captain, Jarrod Bowen, who kept his shot intact. This will be an intense competition, featuring both teams fighting to achieve their respective goals.

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