The Premier League may be suspended indefinitely but you can still bet on your favourite teams through the Simulated Reality League (SRL). Remember we do not control the outcome of the results. Here are some Things to look out for in Simulated Premier League this weekend. Bet on the SRL here.
Premier League SRL: More misery for Tottenham?
Even before the Premier League was suspended, Tottenham were in dreadful form with five defeats in six games. In the SRL, they are winless in their last three. They lost away to Sheffield United and drew with both Manchester United and Everton. Bournemouth are also not having any joy in the SRL. They have lost two of their last two SRL matches. However, with Tottenham struggling to get wins, this is a moment for them to heap more pain on Spurs.
Premier League SRL: Arsenal to bounce back?
The Gunners suffered an embarrassing 7-3 hammering by the hands of Manchester City in the last SRL game. However, the Gunners have not won any of their last four SRL matches and will have an uphill battle against Leicester City on Saturday. The Foxes have won three of their four simulated games. The Gunners will want to avoid another humiliating result meaning they have to beat the Foxes at home. Can they bounce back?
Relegation battle: Watford v Norwich City
Both Norwich and Watford were deep in the relegation mire, especially the former. Watford’s last simulated game ended in a 3-0 defeat to Chelsea while the Canaries have won two of their last three. Therefore, this encounter should be entertaining and witness many goals due to both sides’ less than impressive defensive records.
Battle for Europe: Sheffield v Wolves
Wolves and Sheffield have been phenomenal this season. The Blades especially considering they were only promoted to the Premier League this season. Both United and Wanderers have had mixed results in their SRL games. Since both teams are fighting for a European place, we should have a tightly contested affair.
London derby: Crystal Palace v Chelsea
The Eagles are winless in their last three simulated games while the Blues have won two out of three ahead of this London derby meeting. Before the Premier League was abandoned, Palace had stringed together three straight wins. The Blues have dominated this fixture but this does not mean they will have it easy.