If you are looking for the latest news in the Premier League News, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll look at the Wolves’ run-in, the Liverpool v Villarreal clash and Tottenham’s chance of finishing in the top four. You can also get some interesting stats on Mark Noble’s retirement. In addition, we’ll be giving you the latest team news. Here’s a round-up of the top news of the week:
Wolves’ run-in in the Premier League isn’t a cakewalk, but they’re doing the best they can to avoid relegation. After all, their main rivals are both in poor form. If they had been in this position in August, they would have snapped it up in a heartbeat. The challenge for Claude Puel and Wolves lies in improving their performances.
Liverpool’s clash with Villarreal
After a 2-2 draw with Newcastle United in the Premier League, Liverpool head to Spain for a UEFA Champions League semi-final. Villarreal are on a six-match unbeaten streak and will be keen to avenge that loss by beating Liverpool. However, Liverpool are in great form, and this tie will be a fascinating tussle. Here are four things to keep an eye on during the match.
Tottenham’s chances of finishing in the top four
Tottenham Hotspur were 1/3 to finish in the top four just a fortnight ago but have since dropped to 5/4. They have struggled to score, failing to find the net in back-to-back league games since October. However, they do have home advantage in the north London derby next month and are underdogs to beat Liverpool at Anfield. Tottenham must take advantage of this favorable fixture to stay in the top four.
Mark Noble’s retirement
West Ham captain Mark Noble is in talks with the club over his post-playing career. The club is keen to keep Noble, who turned 34 in May, in place, after he signs a new deal. He is currently in his final season, but has vowed to remain at the club in some form or another. Noble has played for the club for 17 years, and has been a regular pick for every manager. He has played in many different tactics and roles, and has become a West Ham legend.
BT Sport’s coverage of the Premier League
BT Sport has launched a new mobile app for its Premier League coverage in England, allowing fans to watch games in immersive 8K resolution without special equipment. The app allows viewers to experience the stadium from home or on the move, and offers a unique behind-the-scenes look at the game. The new application will complement the live linear broadcast, and fans will be able to interact with players on-screen.