This week in the Premier League

15 Apr 2024
De Bruyne-Enzo

See what is in store for Premier League clubs over the next seven days, including European and FA Cup action

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Here's what to look out for over the next seven days, with clubs in European action, several Premier League fixtures and FA Cup semi-finals, including a huge showdown between Manchester City and Chelsea.


Mauricio Pochettino will be aiming to extend Chelsea's unbeaten Premier League run to eight matches when the Blues host Everton in the final fixture of Matchweek 33. 

Chelsea have not lost in their last 28 home league encounters against Everton, with the Toffees last winning at Stamford Bridge in November 1994.


Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Man City boss Pep Guardiola will hold their press conferences ahead of Wednesday's UEFA Champions League quarter-final second-leg ties against Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, respectively.


In the Champions League, Arsenal face a stern test at Bundesliga side Bayern after sharing a 2-2 draw in the first leg at Emirates Stadium. The Gunners are aiming to reach the semi-final of the competition for the time since 2008/09.

Holders Man City host Real, having played out a thrilling 3-3 draw at Santiago Bernabeu last Tuesday. When the Spanish giants previously visited Manchester, they were beaten 4-0 by Guardiola's side in May 2023.

Elsewhere, Jurgen Klopp and David Moyes will hold their press conferences ahead of Liverpool and West Ham United's UEFA Europa League quarter-final second-leg ties, while Aston Villa head coach Unai Emery will also speak to the media prior to their UEFA Europa Conference League quarter-final second-leg meeting with Lille.


West Ham host newly-crowned Bundesliga champions Bayer Leverkusen hoping to overcome a 2-0 first-leg deficit.

Liverpool have it all to do as they also try to salvage their Europa League hopes following a 3-0 home defeat to Atalanta in the first leg.

In the Europa Conference League, Villa take a narrow 2-1 lead to Lille in France.

Meanwhile, several managers will hold press conferences as they provide updates ahead of the weekend's Premier League fixtures.


The remaining Premier League managers will speak to the media, providing the latest team news, while Guardiola, Pochettino and Erik ten Hag will give updates ahead of the FA Cup semi-finals.


The Fantasy Premier League deadline for a BUMPER Double Gameweek 34 is at 13:30 BST. 

Matchweek 34 begins with two 15:00 BST fixtures that could have a impact on the relegation battle, as Luton Town host Brentford and Burnley visit Sheffield United.

PL relegation battle

Position Pos Club Played Pl GD Points Pts
14 Wolves WOL 38 -15 46
15 Everton EVE 38 -11 40
16 Brentford BRE 38 -9 39
17 Nott'm Forest NFO 38 -18 32
18 Luton LUT 38 -33 26
19 Burnley BUR 38 -37 24
20 Sheffield Utd SHU 38 -69 16
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Man City face Chelsea in the first FA Cup semi-final of the weekend at Wembley Stadium, kicking off at 17:15 BST.

FA Cup semi-final
17:15 Man City v Chelsea

Following this, Arsenal visit a Wolverhampton Wanderers side who are looking for their first win in five matches. The match gets under way at 19:30 BST.


There are four more matches taking place in the Premier League, starting with Everton at home to Nottingham Forest from 13:30 BST, followed by two 15:00 BST encounters before Fulham welcome Liverpool to Craven Cottage, with the match starting at 16:30 BST.

Manchester United are in FA Cup semi-final action at 15:30 BST, taking on Championship side Coventry City.

FA Cup semi-final
15:30 Coventry v Man Utd

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