Manchester City could potentially wrap up the Premier League title at the Etihad on April 7th as they take on their rivals Manchester United. It’s been a brilliant season for Pep Guardiola’s side and they are now within three points of guaranteeing some more silverware. As the home side, they are expected to complete the job in front of their own fans. Boylesports have priced the Citizens up at 3/4 to pick up all three points. They edged past their neighbours at Old Trafford in December with a 2-1 success but they were held to a goalless draw here last season. Man City come off the back of an energy-sapping Champions League tie against Liverpool and that could see them get off to a slow start. However, despite their midweek commitments, goals are expected in this contest and Both Teams to Score? Yes is available at 7/10. Jurgen Klopp’s side are also in derby action on April 7th as they face Everton at Goodison Park. The Reds have been in excellent form recently and are expected to pick up all three points against the Toffees. Liverpool, who named Irish teenager Conor Masterson on their bench in midweek are priced at 4/6 to secure another precious three points. Mo Salah, who has enjoyed a wonderful debut season in the Premier League is priced up at 8/11 with William Hill to score during the 90 minutes. Can West Ham Pick Up a Valuable Point at Stamford Bridge? West Ham secured a morale-boosting 3-0 success against relegation rivals Southampton on March 31st and the Hammers will fancy their chances of picking up at least a point against out-of-sorts Chelsea. David Moyes’ side lost Michail Antonio to a season-ending injury but are likely to frustrate their opponents and could get something from this contest. Chelsea will be fancied to pick up all three points here but the strugglers are scrapping away and their desire could stop the Blues having it all their own way. Chelsea start as 1/4 favourites but, at 5/1 with Betfair, the draw provides plenty of value for punters and would have landed in two of the last four meetings between these sides in West London.