Saturday actions from the Gameweek 31 of English Premier League 2014-15 season witnessed as many as 25 goals, with Arsenal, Everton, Leicester, Manchester United, Swansea, QPR and Chelsea winning their fixtures. Tomorrow, Burley will host Tottenham, while Sunderland play Newcastle at home. On April 7, champions Manchester City visit Crystal Palace.
Manchester United punished Steven Gerrard`s moment of madness as Juan Mata`s double secured a vital 2-1 win over bitter rivals Liverpool, while leaders Chelsea reestablished their stranglehold on the Premier League title race with a 3-2 victory at Hull on Sunday.
As the Premier League weekend action heads for another big showdown, top clubs in and around the top four places have another chance at consolidating their position. Gameweek 24 promises to be a classic sort of affair with several high profile teams taking on each other including two big derbies.
Rodgers pleads for Sturridge patience Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has cautioned about placing too much expectation on Daniel Sturridge following his goalscoring return to action in a 2-0 win at home to West Ham.