This weekend’s Premier League could potentially decide who wins the title

This weekend has some tasty fixtures to look forward to, and I believe this could be the telling weekend in the season.

Arsenal, Leicester and Manchester City are currently nip and tuck at the top of the table, and it would not be too unlikely that all three fail to bag a win this weekend.

The Foxes loss against Spurs in the FA Cup leaves them having won only one of their last seven matches, and will now need to beat a creative Stoke side on Saturday, in hope of returning to form at a crucial time.

The Leicester City fans should not be too downhearted at being knocked out of the FA Cup though, they could check out bingo sites with Steam Tower slot, which would occupy their minds when their team is not featuring on future FA Cup match days.

But, back in the Premier League, Leicester are set to take on Stoke City and their two title challengers in their following three matches, and a failure to win this weekend could leave them low on confidence, and therefore end their bid to be surprise winners of the title, or even surprise finishers in the top four.

Man City and Arsenal do not have easy matches either, with the latter facing Premier League champions Chelsea, who have gone unbeaten since a change in management.

You would think the Gunners will be confident of securing a win however, with home advantage and the fact that the Blues have lost five of their 10 away matches this season.

Arsenal and Chelsea face off in a pivotal clash this weekend

The Citizens could be destined for the toughest tie, travelling to London to take on West Ham, who are flying high this year.

The Hammers sit sixth in the English top division, and are the only side who have won three of their last four matches.

A win for any of the top three this weekend is likely to be huge in their bid to win the title, and I would go as far as to say that two of them winning would shock me.

I expect Leicester to draw, something is telling me that Chelsea are going to be really up for this game, with club legend Frank Lampard calling on their players to stand up and be counted, and I would not be surprised to see them take a win away this weekend.

City looked really impressive last weekend, but they have not been amazing away from home this year, and are also likely to struggle.

Updated: January 22, 2016 — 5:10 pm © 2013 Frontier Theme