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Riyad Mahrez celebrates a goal.

We look at four players who will play major roles in the final dash for Barclays Premier League glory.

The Barclays Premier League returns for another action-packed weekend as the race for the coveted English Premier trophy heats up. With four teams battling it out for a chance to be crowned the 2015/16 league champions, we are in for a whale of a time.

Leicester City are strong favourites to take home league honours as they sit on top of the table with 72 after 33 games. Tottenham Hotspur occupy second place with the same amount of games played, accumulating 65 points.

In third place with 59 points in 32 games, Arsenal have a slim chance. The Gunners coach Arsène Wenger has summed it up as "mathematical chance". Arsenal are followed by Manchester City who have played the same games with 57 points.

We look at players who will be instrumental in the final dash for Barclays Premier League glory.


 

 

 

 

Broadcast Times

Saturday 16 April

Barclays Premier League Matchday 34: Norwich City v Sunderland on SS3 at 13:00

Barclays Premier League Matchday 34: Man Utd v Aston Villa on SS3 at 15:45

Barclays Premier League Matchday 34: Everton v Southampton on SS5 at 15:50

Barclays Premier League Matchday 34: Chelsea v Man City on SS3 at 18:00

Sunday 17 April

Barclays Premier League Matchday 34: Leicester City v West Ham United on SS3 at 13:30

Barclays Premier League Matchday 34: AFC Bournemouth v Liverpool on SS5 at 14:20

Barclays Premier League Matchday 34: Arsenal v Crystal Palace on SS3 at 16:30

You can catch these games via live video streaming on supersport.com, the SuperSport App and DStv Now for Android and iOS.

All times CAT