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Premier League Matchday 30 Roundup

Last Updated on April 10, 2023 2:24 pm by Erwin Noguera

Matchday 30 of the Premier League is over, and we have enjoyed some exciting games over the weekend. First, Arsenal slipped up against Liverpool, and now Manchester City can move to within three points of them.

Newcastle continued their impressive run of form and racked up another win in the round. With this one, they have won five in a row and are consolidating their position in third place.

Manchester United won again and remained in fourth place. Tottenham returned to winning ways with a new coach in charge. We can also highlight that Aston Villa is getting dangerously close to the European places after winning its fourth consecutive match.

Next, we will summarize the most important matches of the 30th Premier League matchday.

Premier League Matchday 30 – Roundup – Aston Villa vs. Nottingham Forest


Saturday, April 8 at 10:00 AM ET at Villa Park

Moneyline odds: 

Aston Villa -151 

Nottingham Forest +420

Draw Offs: 


Where Can I Watch it? 

USA NetworkNBC Sports App, and Telemundo Deportes

Nottingham Forest was narrowly edged out by Aston Villa, who beat them 2-0 with goals from Traoré and Watkins on matchday 30 of the Premier League and plunged them further to the bottom of the overall standings.

Forest’s future is increasingly bleak as this defeat, the second in a row, sees them drop into the relegation places. The Tricky Trees, who lost six of their last eight games, paid dearly for a careless mistake despite an outstanding performance from Keylor Navas.

When combined, Gibbs-White and Johnson posed the biggest threat to Villa, although they could not trouble “Dibu” Martinez.

After the win, Aston Villa increased their points total to 47 and cut the gap to six points to Tottenham, now fifth and could qualify for the Europa League. However, in a diametrically opposite situation, Nottingham Forest has 27 points and, based on goal difference, shares the last two relegation places with Leicester and Southampton.

Aston Villa (2) – (0) Nottingham Forest

Premier League Matchday 30 – Roundup – Southampton vs. Manchester City


Saturday, April 8 at 12:30 PM ET at St Mary’s Stadium

Moneyline odds: 

Southampton +990 

Manchester City -380

Draw Offs: 


Where Can I Watch it? 

USA NetworkNBC Sports App, and Telemundo Deportes

Erling Haaland’s spectacular goals against bottom side Southampton helped Manchester City win despite lacking their usual brilliance ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League match against Bayern Munich.

The Norwegian scored twice after returning to Pep Guardiola’s starting lineup following a groin injury. In less than an hour, the striker increased his total number of goals this season in all competitions to 44, and he also has 30 just in the Premier League.

Southampton went into this match looking for the win to move off the bottom of the table, but with this result, they appear closer to relegation. Haaland got on the scoreboard in the 45th minute with a header that found the back of the net with the help of Kevin De Bruyne.

City’s dominance increased in the second half, and in the 58th minute, Jack Grealish popped up to tap home a rebound that the goalkeeper had left in the box. Shortly after Haaland scored his second goal with a fine finish that made the goal of the weekend.

Southampton pulled one back after a goal by Sékou Mara thanks to an excellent play by Moussa Djenepo. However, Julián Álvarez finally put the game to bed with a penalty in the 75th minute to make it 4-1.

Southampton (1) – (4) Manchester City

Premier League Matchday 30 – Roundup – Liverpool vs. Arsenal


Sunday, April 9 at 11:30 AM ET at Anfield

Moneyline odds: 

Liverpool +169 

Arsenal +150

Draw Offs: 


Where Can I Watch it? 

USA NetworkNBC Sports App, and Telemundo Deportes

At Anfield, where the Premier League’s other top teams had lost this season [Manchester City (1-0), Newcastle (2-1), and Manchester United (7-0)], Arsenal withstood Liverpool’s harassment and, with a 2-2 draw, Mikel Arteta’s side moved closer to winning their first league championship since 2004.

With eight games remaining, the Gunners’ lead over Manchester City, who have a game in hand, has been reduced to six points, but a draw against the Reds in front of their home fans could be the difference in the championship.

Arsenal, who were superior in the first half, quickly took advantage of Liverpool’s defensive frailties in two counterattacks to take a threatening 2-0 lead.

Gabriel Martinelli scored the first goal after eight minutes thanks to a through ball from Martin Odegaard. The Brazilian, left alone in the middle, beat Trent Alexander-Arnold and Alisson before slotting past him.

A shot from Oleksandr Zinckenko, which Alisson deflected for a corner (11′), and a high shot from Gabriel Jesus, which came from Bukayo Saka’s cross from the right (16′), could have put the game to bed early on. In the end, it was Gabriel Jesus (29′) who made it 2-0 partially.

Salah redeemed himself for several mistakes before the break with his intelligence when he headed the ball into the net after a clever Liverpool move (42′). By the end of the first half, Liverpool had neutralized Arsenal and was beginning to take control of the game.

Finally, Liverpool made it 2-2 thanks to a great goal by Roberto Firmino to draw the match and reaffirm that they are a very difficult team to beat at Anfield.

Liverpool (2) – (2) Arsenal

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