Wright urges Arsenal fans to keep protesting; talks MLS, Palace, England

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Arsenal legend Ian Wright, 52, believes Gunners fans are well within their rights to continue to vent their anger after yet another season of seeing a charge for the Premier League title falter.

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In an exclusive interview with ProSoccerTalk, Wright also spoke about his sons Bradley and Shaun Wright-Phillips playing in MLS, discussed the chances of his former club Crystal Palace winning the FA Cup and talked up England ahead of this summer’s 2016 European Championships.

As we’ve come to expect with Wright, he tells it like it is.

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Speaking to PST from London while at a charity event to raise money for Arms Around the Child, Arsenal’s second-leading goalscorer of all time certainly feels just as frustrated as some of their fans about the lack of a PL title in the last 12 years.

Here’s the full transcript from our chat with Wright.

Can you explain why you got involved with Arms Around the Child and why it is important to you?

My friend Mervyn Lyn, who I’ve known for many years, has been involved with Arms Around the Child and it is to do with the children who have been left as orphans due to aids in South Africa and India. Any time I can, I try to raise awareness I can. When you consider this kind of charity and how these children are orphaned and the plight they are in, anything you can do that can help is good. This is one of those causes that deep down in your heart you genuinely want to try and help out any way you can.

Modern day Premier League footballers do a lot for charities and give back but the good they do is never documented as much as the so-called mistakes they sometimes get themselves involved in. Those are more highlighted but a lot of the players and the Premier League itself do a lot for charities around the world. Some of the guys aren’t fussed with the publicity they get from doing charity work. They are just doing it because that is what they want to do.

Your sons Bradley and Shaun Wright-Phillips are currently playing together for the New York Red Bulls in Major League Soccer, how are they enjoying it?

I’m really pleased with the way it has gone for Bradlley. He has always been a very good goalscorer, a very good finisher and player, in terms of a focal point to hit the ball up to and keep the ball and set play up. He can bring midfielders into play and set the play up and he has done well. I am very proud of what he did last season and even more so when he scored that fantastic goal against Bayern Munich in the All-Star Game. A couple of years before he scored against Arsenal… he scores against everybody! He is scoring and he is enjoying playing over there.

Bradley Wright-Phillips, New York Red Bulls

You watch the razzmatazz and everything that goes with MLS and it is really, really exciting. A lot more players over here are thinking about MLS and thinking of it at a time when they’re younger. Normally people think about going there at a really late stage of their career but now people are starting to think, ‘actually, this is a good move for me to go there in my late 20s.’

Do you wish MLS would have been a better known option for you when you were playing? 

I’m quite pleased with the time that I had and when I finished at 36 I was fine with it. Like I say with Bradley and Shaun, they were very fortunate to have the opportunity to go to America at a time when American soccer is really booming and go over at a good time in their careers. It was going pretty well for me throughout my career in the Premier League, I didn’t really have much desire to leave it, whatever was going on. But of course, if MLS was around at the time you would think about it but I was quite happy with the way it ended in the end.


My ankle was killing me, so I had to stop anyway! It wouldn’t have wanted to go to somewhere like America and not do myself justice and not be what people knew me for. That’s why I’m quite pleased that Bradley and Shaun, who has still got some good football left in him, have got a lot to offer. I think the American game and MLS is booming, there are some good players over there and long may that continue for my boys.

There’s been a lot of unrest among Arsenal’s fans recently, can you understand their frustration?

It is frustrating, especially when you look at Leicester winning the league. They deserve all the plaudits they are getting because it is an amazing feat and I don’t think it is one that we will see again soon. What they’ve done is go against the grain, against all the so-called money and everything that goes with having to buy the so-called best players in the world, and players leaving and saying they want to play Champions League football, Leicester have bucked that trend and have shown you don’t have to. If you are willing to work as a unit, work for a manager and have good fans and good owners, you can do whatever you want.

10 JAN 1996: Ian Wright of Arsenal listens to the cheers of the supporters after he scored in the Coca Cola Cup quarter final match against Newcastle at Highbury.

I think that the Arsenal fans, with Leicester winning the league it is frustrating because they’ve done what they’ve done for many years. That is, after Christmas they seem to fall away. When you consider the amount of money the Arsenal fans are paying on a yearly basis, it is the most expensive in Europe if not the world and it is getting more frustrating. I do feel for them because I think that the players are good enough to be able to make a better fist of it than they did this season. Especially since the main protagonists such as Chelsea, Manchester City, Man United, Liverpool, all the people Arsenal have had problems beating in the past, they weren’t really in it this year and it was a great opportunity.

It was an opportunity Arsenal missed and that is why the fans are upset and they’ve got every right to be because they just wanted a bit more out of the players and they didn’t get it.

Where do you think Arsenal need to strengthen this summer?

People have been saying for years about the center half pairing, you can always strengthen there. The midfield, I feel that they aren’t too far away with the players they need in midfield but it is up in the striking department where they need somebody who is capable of getting 15-20 Premier League goals a season. I think the goals can be shared out at Arsenal and if they can get a striker that can deliver at least 20 goals, someone like what Aguero does for Manchester City, what Harry Kane does for Tottenham or Jamie Vardy does for Leicester, somebody like Jermain Defoe and what he’s done for Sunderland, somebody you know who is going to score 15 to 20 goals a season.

That’s what Arsenal have needed for many years and that’s what they’ve not had. Some games, you can see where they’ve needed that player but he’s not been there to score that goal which could take them over the line.

For many, it seems like Wenger will decide when he leaves and not the board. Is this why fans are so frustrated and almost stuck in limbo?

I’m not going to get too deep into the that but the fact that they are frustrated is because they want to win things. They want to win things with a manager who has been there for many years. He says things that maybe they don’t believe anymore. About how the squad is a very good squad and he says they are a very hard-working squad and determined squad, one of the best squads he’s worked with, and then what happens is when you look at the way results have gone, especially the last five, six, seven years in respects of winning the Premier League, they fall short.

LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 14: Commentator Ian Wright smiles prior to the Barclays Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Queens Park Rangers at Selhurst Park on March 14, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Christopher Lee/Getty Images)

So, the fans are tired of hearing the same stuff. They are tired of the fact that the board are satisfied that Arsene has qualified for the Champions League for 20 years and that is a lot of money to the football club. Of course the board are going to be very happy with a manager who can deliver and help balance the books and make money. The club is doing that in abundance. The people who are spending the money at the top end are pleased to see that the books are being balanced but the fans who are frustrated because other fans are winning things, they are the ones who are making all the noise at the moment.

I hope they continue to make the noise and I hope that people upstairs will listen. I don’t think it’s fair on the Arsenal fans that they should continue to be paying the money they are paying and at the end of the day they aren’t really getting anything back for it.

Your old club Crystal Palace, back into an FA Cup final and just like 1990 playing against Manchester United. Must bring back some great memories for you? 

Of course. It shot me into the national consciousness. Scoring those goals against Manchester United, coming on as late as I did, it was one of the greatest moments of my life. For Palace to get back to the cup final against a Man United side who, I think if Palace have got all their players fit and ready to go, they will cause them a lot of problems. It was a different Man United side we played, full of internationals, full of top, top players. It was one of those where we were really up against it and we gave them a good go in the first game and unfortunately we weren’t so good in the replay but it is brilliant for Palace to be there. The fans are amazing when they go to a place like that. When they’ve got that kind of opportunity to go to Wembley, to show what kind of support they have, they are amazing.

Jul 1991: Portrait of Ian Wright of Crystal Palace during a match played at Selhurst Park in London, England. Mandatory Credit: Ben Radford/Allsport

It is a one-off game, Palace have match winners in Bolasie and Zaha and maybe even Dwight Gayle off the bench. Just like United have Martial, Rashford and Lingard, those players will cause Palace problems. It is a finely poised final and I am pleased Palace are there. They started the season brilliantly, faded off a little bit but now they’ve finished off by securing their place in the Premier League and now, hopefully, they can really make a good fist of the FA Cup final and maybe get something.

When it comes to the England squad for EURO 2016, as a former England striker who would you start up front?

Vardy has been fantastic, Kane has been fantastic. Roy Hodgson will probably start with Harry Kane and I would probably start with Harry Kane and Vardy, I would start with the pair of them because you get something from both of them.

24 May 1997: Ian Wright of England celebrates after scoring a goal during the International Friendly against South Africa at Old Trafford in Manchester, England. England won the match 2-1. Mandatory Credit: Ben Radford /Allsport

Harry Kane can hold the ball up and Jamie Vardy can stretch teams and then we can leave space in the midfield for people like Rooney, if he plays, and Dele Alli to exploit the space that people like Vardy create. We have a very good mixture in respects of the forwards that we can play. I think that if he starts Vardy or Kane, it wouldn’t make much difference to me because I think they both offer so much in different ways.

Jack Wilshere has returned in recent weeks for Arsenal, should he start for England this summer?

Jack’s been out for how many months now? Literally the whole season. We can’t really say I would start Jack, of course you can’t start Jack in front of Eric Dier or Alli or people like that. If Jack is fit enough by the time they get to the Euros and has proven he is fit enough and remember, people at Arsenal are going to be a little bit like ‘hang on a minute, don’t use him so much just because he’s got back’ but the mere fact that Jack can be in the squad, people should be happy. When you start talking about whether people would start him, it is a little bit too much because he’s literally just got back.

Finally, can England win EURO 2016 this summer? Do you have high expectations? 

I do, yeah. Simply because people are saying things like, ‘we should get to the quarterfinals and we should be happy’ but if you’re going into a tournament, we’ve beaten Germany and were fantastic and we weren’t so good against the Netherlands, but you have to look at the best possible scenario.

27 May 1998: Captain, Paul Ince of England and Liverpool sings the National Anthem with fellow team-mates Ian Wright and Paul Gascogne during the match between Morocco v England in the King Hassan II Cup played in Casablanca, Morocco. England won the match 1-0. Mandatory Credit: Shaun Botterill /Allsport

If we are capable of beating Germany we’ll be one of the favorites going into the tournament. I think we should be looking to go all the way in the tournament. Why wouldn’t you? I wouldn’t want to be in a tournament where people say, ‘oh yeah, it will be alright if we get to the quarterfinals’ because subconsciously if you get to the quarterfinals you can relax. You’ve got to want to get to the final. We should want to get to the final. That’s what I’m hoping the guys will be thinking.

EURO 2024 qualification live! EURO qualifiers schedule, updates, standings


EURO 2024 qualifying is here, and you’re in the right spot for groups, fixtures, and results.

Italy outlasted England in penalty kicks to win EURO 2020 and is bidding to become the first repeat winner since Spain in 2008 and 2012.

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England is still seeking its first European Championship and will be favored to emerge from Group C with aforementioned Italy as well as Ukraine, North Macedonia, and Malta.

Netherlands and France are also in a spicy group that has dark horse Republic of Ireland and former champions Greece, as well as Gibraltar.

[ MORE: Live scores, updates, standings from EURO 2024 qualifying ]

A number of nations have guaranteed themselves no worse than a playoff spot due to their performances in the UEFA Nations League: Netherlands, Greece, Italy, Spain, Scotland, Georgia, Croatia, Turkey, Serbia, Kazakhstan.

EURO 2024 qualifying schedule

Thursday, March 23

Kazakhstan 1-2 Slovenia
Slovakia 0-0 Luxembourg
Italy 1-2 England – Video, player ratings as Kane breaks Rooney record
Denmark 3-1 Finland
Portugal 4-0 Liechtenstein
San Marino 0-2 Northern Ireland
North Macedonia 2-1 Malta
Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-0 Iceland

Friday, March 24

Bulgaria 0-1 Montenegro
Gibraltar 0-3 Greece
Moldova 1-1 Faroe Islands
Serbia 2-0 Lithuania
Austria 4-1 Azerbaijan
Sweden 0-3 Belgium
Czech Republic 3-1 Poland
France 4-0 Netherlands

Saturday, March 25

Scotland vs Cyprus — 10am ET
Israel vs Kosovo  — 1pm ET
Armenia vs Turkey — 1pm ET
Belarus vs Switzerland  — 1pm ET
Spain vs Norway — 3:45pm ET
Croatia vs Wales — 3:45pm ET
Andorra vs Romania — 3:45pm ET

Sunday, March 26

Kazakhstan vs Denmark — 9am ET
England vs Ukraine — Noon ET
Liechtenstein vs Iceland — Noon ET
Slovenia vs San Marino — Noon ET
Slovakia vs Bosnia and Herzegovina — 2:45pm ET
Northern Ireland vs Finland — 2:45pm ET
Luxembourg vs Portugal — 2:45pm ET
Malta vs Italy — 2:45pm ET

Monday, March 27

Montenegro vs Serbia — 2:45pm ET
Netherlands vs Gibraltar — 2:45pm ET
Poland vs Albania — 2:45pm ET
Austria vs Estonia — 2:45pm ET
Sweden vs Azerbaijan — 2:45pm ET
Moldova vs Czech Republic — 2:45pm ET
Hungary vs Bulgaria — 2:45pm ET
Republic of Ireland vs France — 2:45pm ET

Tuesday, March 28

Georgia vs Norway — Noon ET
Wales vs Latvia — 2:45pm ET
Romania vs Belarus — 2:45pm ET
Switzerland vs Israel — 2:45pm ET
Kosovo vs Andorra — 2:45pm ET
Turkey vs Croatia — 2:45pm ET
Scotland vs Spain — 2:45pm ET

EURO 2024 qualifying standings

Group A


Group B

Republic of Ireland

Group C

North Macedonia

Group D


Group E

Czech Republic
Faroe Islands

Group F


Group G


Group H

Northern Ireland
San Marino

Group I


Group J

Bosnia and Herzegovina

USMNT kicks off 2026 World Cup cycle with 7-1 win in Grenada


The USMNT scored early and often, as they cruised to a 7-1 victory over Grenada in CONCACAF Nations League action in St. George’s on Friday.

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The victory puts the USMNT (7 points) atop Group D with one game left to play, against El Salvador (5 points – 2nd place) on Monday.

The Yanks got on the board in the 4th minute, and it was a sensational cross from Christian Pulisic which found Ricardo Pepi atop the six-yard box. Pepi used the considerable pace on Pulisic’s cross to head the ball down and out of goalkeeper Jason Belfon’s reach.

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Brenden Aaronson made it 2-0 in the 21st minute, as the Leeds attacker received the ball atop the 18-yard box, turned into open space and cut inside before firing a right-footed finish hard and low to the near post.

Weston McKennie made it 3-0 just after the half-hour mark, as he smashed an off-balance, left-footed volley home after his initial header on Pulisic’s free kick was blocked. Two minutes after Myles Hippolyte fired a laser past Matt Turner (a minute after McKennie’s first goal), the recently acquired Leeds midfielder struck again to make it 4-1, applying the final touch after Auston Trusty headed the ball down after another free kick from Pulisic.

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The USMNT jumped on Grenada just as quickly when the second half began, with Pulisic putting his name on the scoresheet in the 49th minute. Luca de la Torre found Pulisic cutting in from the left wing, and the ball somehow found its way past Belfon for 5-1.

Four minutes later, De la Torre played a slightly trickier through ball to spring Pepi in behind the Grenadine defense, and Pepi made no mistake with his one-on-one chance against Belfon. Pepi, who is currently on loan to Groningen from Augsburg, waited for the goalkeeper to go down one way and coolly slotted the ball the other way.

Alejandro Zendejas, who recently elected to represent the USMNT internationally, became cap-tied to the USMNT when he came off the bench in the 64th minute. Eight minutes later, the 25-year-old winger got his first senior international goal.

Start of a new World Cup cycle = a clean slate

For all intents and purposes, the USMNT kicked off the 2026 World Cup cycle on Friday, with the first team reconvening for the first time since the 2022 tournament in Qatar. A new World Cup cycle means brand new opportunities for new players, and a fresh start for those who didn’t get the starts or appearances that they thought they should have.

The net will be cast far and wide as the rest of 2023 sees the USMNT (likely) head to the finals of the Nations League and then the Gold Cup, with a handful of players seemingly coming from out of nowhere to claim consistent call-ups ahead of Copa America 2024 (on U.S. soil once again). There will be even more opportunities than usual for fringe players to make a case, with the Yanks automatically qualifying for the 2026 tournament as hosts.

What’s next?

The USMNT will host El Salvador in a winner-take-all Group D finale on Monday (7:30 pm ET), at Exploria Stadium in Orlando. The group winner will qualify for the finals (four teams) of the 2022-23 CONCACAF Nations League (June 15-18) as well as the 2023 Gold Cup (June 24-July 16); the group runners-up will also qualify for this summer’s Gold Cup.

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How to watch Grenada vs USMNT live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 8pm ET, Friday (March 24)
Stadium: Kirani James Athletic Stadium, St. George’s
TV in English: TNT
TV/streaming en Español: Universo/Peacock

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USMNT squad

Goalkeepers (3): Ethan Horvath (Luton Town), Zack Steffen (Middlesbrough), Matt Turner (Arsenal)

Defenders (8): Sergino Dest (AC Milan), Mark McKenzie (Genk), Tim Ream (Fulham), Bryan Reynolds (Westerlo), Antonee Robinson (Fulham), Miles Robinson (Atlanta United), Joe Scally (Borussia Monchengladbach), Auston Trusty (Birmingham City)

Midfielders (7): Brenden Aaronson (Leeds United), Johnny Cardoso (Internacional), Luca de la Torre (Celta Vigo), Weston McKennie (Leeds United), Yunus Musah (Valencia), Alan Sonora (Juarez), Djordje Mihailovic (AZ Alkmaar)

Forwards (6): Taylor Booth (Utrecht), Daryl Dike (West Bromwich Albion), Ricardo Pepi (Groningen), Christian Pulisic (Chelsea), Gio Reyna (Borussia Dortmund), Alejandro Zendejas (Club America)

EDIT: Tim Weah (Lille) was originally called up, but exited due to a head injury.

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Player ratings: USMNT thumps Grenada in Nations League


The USMNT kicked off the 2026 World Cup cycle as the Yanks reconvened (the first team, at least) for the first time since the 2022 tournament in Qatar, in a 7-1 victory Grenada on Friday.

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Who stood out (for better and for worse) as the USMNT thumped Grenada?

USMNT player ratings vs Grenada

GK – Matt Turner: 6 – Faced just three shots on target (0.36 xG), made two saves and watched helplessly as a screamer from outside the box hit the back of the net.

RB – Bryan Reynolds: 6.5 – The USMNT focused the vast majority of its attacking play down the left side of the field, making Reynolds the target of a handful of cross-field switches as he played the full 90 minutes.

CB – Mark McKenzie: 7 – Teamed up with his former center back partner from his Philadelphia Union days, McKenzie was tasked with being far and away the senior figure and leader of the defense on Friday (his 10 caps were four more than the rest of the back-four combined).

CB – Auston Trusty: 7 – A solid performance in his USMNT debut for the 24-year-old Arsenal defender (on loan to Birmingham City, where he has appeared in 37 games in the Championship thus far). With nearly 70 percent of possession on the night, there aren’t many better opportunities to get your feet wet at the senior international level.

LB – Joe Scally: 7.5 – Do not get overly excited about a 20-year-old’s performance against Grenada. I repeat, do not get overly excited about a 20-year-old’s performance against Grenada. That said, does the USMNT have… two left backs?

DM – Luca de la Torre: 7 – It would be unwise to assign too much value to a game that finished 7-1 against the no. 173-ranked nation in the world, but one thing is for certain and has been proven on a number of occasions: LdlT is a smooth operator as a ball-playing defensive midfielder, and he showed himself quite capable further up the field, in and around the opposing penalty area, on Friday as well.

CM – Weston McKennie: 8 – Two goals (both off of free kicks) for the newly acquired Leeds midfielder, which would be an incredibly welcome development for a side that hasn’t made enough of its set pieces in recent times.

CM – Gio Reyna: 6.5 – This was the solid, if unspectacular, return that Reyna needed after weeks of off-field controversy surround himself, his family and former (but perhaps future) head coach Gregg Berhalter. There were plenty of fireworks elsewhere in the team on Friday, and Reyna managed to come through the game unscathed.

RW – Brenden Aaronson: 7 – It’s been a tough first season in the Premier League for Aaronson, so his first-half goal will hopefully provide a much-needed boost in confidence (his first goal, for club or country, in any competition, since Aug. 21, his third game for Leeds).

CF – Ricardo Pepi: 8 – Aside from scoring the opening goal, Pepi was active and involved in much of what the USMNT tried to do going forward in the first half. Given how deep Grenada sat defensively to begin the game, the Yanks could have taken the easy way out — staying wide and crossing the ball repeatedly — every time down the field, but there appeared to be a concerted effort to combine through the middle of the field, which meant Pepi had to be sharp and quick with his movement to create space for Reyna, Aaronson and Christian Pulisic. Speaking of building confidence, how about the finish for his second goal…

LW – Christian Pulisic: 8 – Ho hum. Just a one-goal, two-assist performance from Pulisic. As previously discussed, the USMNT found infinite joy down the left side of attack and Pulisic was at the center of most of it (for 64 minutes, at least).

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Premier League relegation scrap: Current form, fixtures, odds, predictions


The Premier League relegation scrap needs some serious paring down, as a remarkably-high nine teams sit within four points of 20th place on the 2022-23 Premier League table.

That means we’re set, at least for now, for more relegation six-pointers than at any time in recent memory — many of them, you’ll see below, will involve Bournemouth — and the odds are in favor of a relatively surprising team heading down to the Championship.

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As for now Everton, Leeds, and Saints are the form teams in the fight, while Leicester and Crystal Palace sure could use a win.

Will the Premier League’s current bottom three of Bournemouth, West Ham and Southampton still be there when the season ends?

Below you’ll see the latest standings, the fixtures for the teams still in danger of dropping into the second tier, relegation odds, and our prediction for who will collect how many points.

Closest Premier League relegation scrap in history?

As the table below shows, after at least 26 matches of a PL season this is the tightest it has ever been between 12th place and 20th place.

Just four points separates almost half of the Premier League.

Premier League table, current form (March 19, 2023)

Premier League standings

Latest Premier League standings on NBCSports.com

Remaining fixtures for relegation scrappers

Wolves: Forest (A), Chelsea (H), Brentford (H), Leicester (A), Palace (H), Brighton (A), Villa (H), Man Utd (A), Everton (H), Arsenal (A)

Crystal Palace: Leicester (H), Leeds (A), Southampton (A), Everton (H), Wolves (A), West Ham (H), Spurs (A), Bournemouth (H), Fulham (A), Forest (H)

Leicester City: Palace (A), Villa (H), Bournemouth (H), Man City (A), Wolves (H), Leeds (A), Everton (H), Fulham (A), Liverpool (H), Newcastle (A), West Ham (H)

West Ham: Southampton (H), Newcastle (H), Fulham (A), Arsenal (H), Bournemouth (A), Liverpool (H), Palace (A), Man Utd (H), Brentford (A), Leeds (H), Leicester (A)

Nottingham Forest: Wolves (H), Leeds (A), Villa (A), Man Utd (H), Liverpool (A), Brighton (H), Brentford (A), Southampton (H), Chelsea (A), Arsenal (H), Palace (A)

Leeds: Arsenal (A), Forest (H), Palace (H), Liverpool (H), Fulham (A), Leicester (H), Bournemouth (A), Man City (A), Newcastle (H), West Ham (A), Spurs (H)

Everton: Spurs (H), Man Utd (A), Fulham (H), Palace (A), Newcastle (H), Leicester (A), Brighton (A), Man City (H), Wolves (A), Bournemouth (H)

Southampton: West Ham (A), Man City (H), Palace (H), Arsenal (A), Bournemouth (H), Newcastle (A), Forest (A), Fulham (H), Brighton (A), Liverpool (H)

Bournemouth: Fulham (H), Brighton (H), Leicester (A), Spurs (A), West Ham (H), Southampton (A), Leeds (H), Chelsea (H), Palace (A), Man Utd (H), Everton (A)

Key fixtures that will decide the Premier League relegation scrap

Saturday, March 18: Wolves 2-4 Leeds – RECAP/HIGHLIGHTS
Saturday, April 1: AFC Bournemouth vs Fulham — 10am ET
Saturday, April 1: Crystal Palace vs Leicester — 10am ET
Saturday, April 1: Nottingham Forest vs Wolves — 10am ET
Sunday, April 2: West Ham vs Southampton — 9am ET
Tuesday, April 4: Leeds vs Nottingham Forest — 2:45pm ET
Saturday, April 8: Leicester vs AFC Bournemouth — 10am ET
Saturday, April 8: Leeds vs Crystal Palace — 12:30pm ET
Saturday, April 15: Southampton vs Crystal Palace — 10am ET
Saturday, April 22: Crystal Palace vs Everton — 10am ET
Saturday, April 22: Leicester vs Wolves — 10am ET
Sunday, April 23: AFC Bournemouth vs West Ham — 9am ET
Tuesday, April 25: Wolves vs Crystal Palace — 2:30pm ET
Tuesday, April 25: Leeds vs Leicester — 2:45pm ET
Thursday, April 27: Southampton vs AFC Bournemouth — 2:45pm ET
Saturday, April 29: Crystal Palace vs West Ham — 7:30am ET
Sunday, April 30: AFC Bournemouth vs Leeds — 9am ET
Monday, May 1: Leicester vs Everton — 3pm ET
Saturday, May 6: Nottingham Forest vs Southampton — Time TBD
Saturday, May 13: Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth — Time TBD
Saturday, May 20: West Ham vs Leeds — Time TBD
Sunday, May 28: Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest — Time TBD
Sunday, May 28: Everton vs AFC Bournemouth — Time TBD
Sunday, May 28: Leicester vs West Ham — Time TBD

Premier League title odds (As of March 24, 2023)

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Crystal Palace: +450
West Ham: +400
Leicester City: +350
Wolves: +300
Leeds: +275
Everton: +160
Nottingham Forest: +100
Bournemouth: -200
Southampton: -225

Prediction for Premier League relegation scrap

12. Wolves, 40 points
13. West Ham, 39 points
14. Palace, 39 points
15. Leicester, 37 points
16. Everton, 36 points
17. Nottingham Forest, 35 points

18. Leeds, 35 points
19. Southampton, 35 points
20. Bournemouth, 31 points