Wolves is on Wednesday night.
Leicester v Arsenal is Monday Night Football on Sky.
( Correction: It’s been moved to Sunday )
The Foxes have improved since the arrival of motormouth Brendan Rodgers.
Like Emery, Rodgers loves high-tempo football and that suits Jamie Vardy, who’s now back to his best. He’s still a fireball. About four years ago I called Vardy the extra-terrestrial ferret. He is now aided by classy Englishmen James Maddison and Ben Chilwell.
Nuno is a counter-attacking coach and Wolves might have four attacks and score three goals against Arsenal if Mustafi starts.
Against Palace, Arsenal were 1-0 down at half-time and they lost 2-3.
After Everton smashed Manchester United 4-0 the story was: how pitiful are these United players?
But Everton played very well and Dominic Calvin-Lewin has suddenly become a real centre forward and a good partner for the rangy Richarlison, who needed someone to share the load.The end of the season is coming too soon for those guys.
Yes, Man United losing 4-0 is always big news. But give credit to the team who thrashed them.
I thought Burnley could get something at Stamford Bridge and they earned a 2-2 draw.
All the goals came at the start.
After Hendrick scored a fine early goal, Kante got a superb equaliser with his left foot. Higuain made it 2-1 and then Ashley Barnes levelled.
All this action in the first 24 minutes!
I was really enjoying my Easter Monday Night Football.
After that Burnley just defended and shut the game down and battled for the point they needed. Keeper Tom Heaton was booked for time-wasting in the first half. Not often we see that.
After playing very well and starting for England, 18-year old winger Callum Hudson-Odoi ruptured his right Achilles tendon. There are some injuries I hate to see and that’s one of them.
Tons more I’d like to write but must now prepare for an 11.30 meeting.