West Ham United boss David Moyes says his side will head to Old Trafford for Saturday’s crunch Premier League clash with top-four rivals Manchester United full off confidence (Man United 19/20, Draw 11/4, West Ham 11/4 – Match Result).

The Hammers currently sit fourth in the standings, but they have played at least a game more than all their rivals in the race to finish in the top four, including Man United, who are two points and three places behind the east Londoners.

With Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur also in the mix, it promises to be an exciting battle to finish in the Champions League places come the end of the season, and Moyes knows his side’s credentials will be severely tested this weekend.

“We have to go there with confidence,” the 58-year-old told reporters. “It’s a really big game for us, because I feel that we’ve got a chance to go and show our credentials, and show that we can be challenging up against the top six or seven teams again this season.

“As we always expect, Manchester United will be up near the top. It’ll be a good game. I feel as if it’s a chance for us to go and show what we can do.”

The match at Old Trafford is one of three kicking off at 15:00 in the Premier League on Saturday, with the battle for survival very much the focus at Elland Road when Leeds United play host to Newcastle United (Leeds EVS, Draw 11/4, Newcastle 13/5 – Match Result).

Leeds have eased their relegation fears over recent weeks following back-to-back top-flight successes over West Ham and Burnley, but Newcastle remain very much in the mire and have drifted four points shy of safety following Norwich City’s emphatic 3-0 win at Watford on Friday night.

Brentford are nine points clear of the relegation zone, but one or two concerns may be creeping in for Thomas Frank’s side following a run of five defeats in their last six, and they will host an in-form Wolves in another of the 15:00 kick offs (Brentford 2/1, Draw 21/10, Wolves 13/8 – Match Result).

Wolves have taken 10 points from their last four fixtures and may consider themselves in the race to finish in the top four, especially if they leave the Brentford Community Stadium with a victory.

Saturday’s late game will see runaway leaders Manchester City look to further underline their title credentials by claiming a 13th-straight league win when they visit Southampton (Match Result – Southampton 9/1, Draw 5/1, Man City 2/7).

City have not dropped any points since losing to Crystal Palace at the end of October, but Southampton did earn a draw at the Etihad Stadium earlier in the season, while Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side also have recent memories of beating their illustrious opponents after claiming a 1-0 win at St Mary’s in July 2020.

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