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Sunday 1 May 2022 17:33, UK
Team news, stats, predictions and how to follow the Premier League this Sunday as Chelsea travel to Everton and Arsenal face West Ham, live on Sky Sports.
Team news: Everton defender Ben Godfrey has been ruled out for several weeks with a thigh problem and may not return before the end of the season.
The centre-back was injured in the warm-up ahead of last weekend's Merseyside derby defeat at Anfield.
Midfielders Donny van de Beek (groin) and Andre Gomes miss out again but centre-back Yerry Mina returns after being rested against Liverpool.
Mateo Kovacic could return for Chelsea after ankle ligament trouble.
The Croatia midfielder was back in training on Friday, having suffered his ankle problem in the 2-0 FA Cup semi-final win over Crystal Palace on Sunday, April 17.
Callum Hudson-Odoi remains out of action due to a back issue, but Andreas Christensen could return after illness.
Jones Knows prediction...
Since the start of the 18/19 season, Goodison Park is the only Premier League ground Chelsea have visited and taken no points with Everton winning the last three home fixtures against the west Londoners. You are a braver punter than me if you want to back Everton here though.
The home win did actually tempt me as we have a classic case of siding with the team with it all to play for against one that has not. Chelsea also seem to be finally feeling the strain of the uncertain atmosphere lingering at the club. This state of flux is allowing some iffy results to creep in.
However, despite a drop in focus, Chelsea have won eight of their last nine away games in all competitions and it certainly should be nine from nine after their dominant performance at Old Trafford.
The man at the heart of that showing was Reece James, who was in rampaging form switched back to his attack-minded wing-back role after a few weeks of playing in the back three. When he's on song, Chelsea are a different animal.
He had the most touches in the opposition box of any Chelsea player in the 1-1 draw at Old Trafford (10) and the most touches overall (113) which showcases just how involved he was. There were also four shots on goal from James to an expected goals return of 0.33. He should have had an assist with Kai Havertz to blame for not converting following a delicious cross.
"What a player Reece James is," said Roy Keane on his performance.
"He looks like a boxer. His distribution, movement, strength. He seems like a nice kid too. He's a clever lad, could play in any position. Chelsea are a lucky club to have him. Outstanding."
With James fully fit, confident and playing against a team likely to be relegated, the England international is a fantastic bet across a variety of markets this weekend. Take your pick from him to have two shots (Evens with Sky Bet), three shots (3/1) and four shots (17/2). But he's more than just a shots merchant, scoring five Premier League goals this season. The 5/1 with Sky Bet on him to bag anytime is a beauty.
How to follow: Watch Everton vs Chelsea live on Sky Sports Premier League from 1pm; kick-off 2pm. Follow the game in our dedicated live match blog, including in-game clips. Highlights will also be published on the Sky Sports digital platforms and the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel shortly after full time.
Team news: Tottenham will be without Sergio Reguilon for the visit of Leicester on Sunday.
The Spaniard has a groin injury and Antonio Conte does not know how long he will be out.
He joins Oliver Skipp (pelvis), Japhet Tanganga and Matt Doherty (both knee) in the treatment room.
Brendan Rodgers will make a decision on how to use Leicester striker Jamie Vardy after the striker came through 60 minutes of Thursday's Europa Conference League semi-final with Roma unscathed.
Vardy missed more than six weeks with hamstring and knee problems before returning as a substitute last weekend against Aston Villa.
Timothy Castagne was brought off on Thursday after a dizzy spell, but Rodgers said a scan on the defender had come back clear. Wilfred Ndidi and Ryan Bertrand remain out.
Jones Knows prediction...
Sound the alarm. Harry Kane has now gone 483 minutes without a goal.
But just when he needs a helping hand, his favourite opponent comes knocking at the door. The deadly frontman has scored more goals against Leicester in the Premier League (16) than any other club in his career, with 12 in his last eight starts.
The Kane scoring angle is one obviously well found in the market with 14/5 with Sky Bet on him scoring first and 5/6 on the anytime option. But I think we can be more aggressive than that with Spurs capable of running up high scoring wins in their favour under Antonio Conte once getting the first goal (4-0 vs Aston Villa, 5-0 vs Everton, 5-1 vs Newcastle). That has led me to the Kane to score at least twice selection at 9/2 with Sky Bet - something he has done four times in his career vs Leicester.
How to follow: Follow the game in our dedicated live match blog. Highlights will also be published on the Sky Sports digital platforms and the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel shortly after full time.
Team news: West Ham will be without defender Craig Dawson for Sunday's Premier League clash with Arsenal.
The defender serves a one-match ban after he was sent off during last weekend's clash with Chelsea, a defeat that left the Hammers eight points behind the fourth-placed Gunners.
Fellow defenders Angelo Ogbonna (knee) and Issa Diop (ankle) remain sidelined, while manager David Moyes will check on his team's fitness after their Europa League semi-final first-leg defeat on Thursday night.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta does not expect to have influential midfielder Thomas Partey available before the end of the season.
Bukayo Saka had some issues towards the final stages of the 3-1 win over Manchester United last time out, but is expected to be fine for the match at the London Stadium.
Takehiro Tomiyasu came back from injury and was on the field towards the end of the United match, but will be assessed to determine if he is fit enough to start against the Hammers.
Jones Knows prediction...
West Ham and Liverpool are only sides to have scored in every home Premier League game this season with the Hammers scoring in their last 18 league matches at the London Stadium.
Every run must come to an end though.
Despite Arsenal's slight wobble of late, their overall defensive process when the axis of Aaron Ramsdale, Ben White and Gabriel play is the best in the Premier League outside Manchester City and Liverpool. They have kept a clean sheet in 13 of their 29 games played together, including in the 2-0 win in the reverse fixture at The Emirates.
Since West Ham had the welcome addition of the Europa League knockouts to their schedule, their eyes have wandered from their Premier League form - and who can blame them. With the season-defining fixture with Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday, it's easy to see David Moyes resting his key players like Declan Rice and Michail Antonio once again. Plus, with Craig Dawson suspended and Kurt Zouma unlikely to be risked, Moyes has no first-team centre-backs available for selection.
This is the perfect time for Arsenal to play them and Mikel Arteta's team can win to nil.
How to follow: Watch West Ham vs Arsenal live on Sky Sports Premier League from 4pm; kick-off 4.30pm. Follow the game in our dedicated live match blog, including in-game clips. Highlights will also be published on the Sky Sports digital platforms and the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel shortly after full time.
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