With FA Cup Semifinals this week we have less matches this week but the decisive battle for the Premier League Champions and the relegation battle just got more interesting.
Norwich vs Man City
Roberto Mancini by admitting Man United as a stronger side has started a fresh round of mind games. City was back to the free flowing football they were playing for the most parts of the season. Norwich has exceeded expectation this season and any points from now on are a bonus. The last meeting between the two sides resulted in a 5 - 1 defeat for Norwich. Perhaps they could payback some of those goals this time.
Sunderland vs Wolves
Wolves are just going through the motions without anything to offer. This season has been a dismal one for them. Sunderland under Martin O Neill has done very well and at home they look to climb higher in the league table with a victory over the Wolves.
Swansea vs Blackburn
Blackburn are slowly becoming a favorite to be relegated at the end of the season. Swansea has a good home record and is poised to improve it with a victory over Blackburn.
West Brom vs QPR
QPR has climbed out of the relegation zone and isfacing Roy Hodgson's West Brom, which suffered at the hands of Manchester City during the mid-week. West Brom has a few players coming back from injury and rest and should have a strong side when it takes on QPR.
Man Utd. vs Aston Villa
Manchester United has given City a little sniff of the title when it lost to Wigan last week. Should Man U lose to City in the Manchester Derby (April 30th), it will certainly open up the title race. But United would not want that. For Aston Villa it remains to be seen whether it will put up a fight or just play the supporting cast and let United take over.
Arsenal vs Wigan
A buzzing confident Arsenal at Emirates is a difficult game for Wigan. For Wigan the fewer goals they let in will help their goal difference. Arsenal to post a win.
It's far from over.