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|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Newcastle||Recent Form|
Key Stat: There hasn’t been more than a one-goal winning margin in Newcastle’s last 12 home games
Expert Verdict: Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United remain an enigma. They look defensively vulnerable, lack penetration up front and, at times, look totally disjointed in midfield. However, they keep on nicking victories, compiling a W11, D4, L2 record in their last 17 league outings and should do just enough to beat Newcastle.
Recommendation: Man Utd to win 1-0
REFEREE: Anthony Taylor STADIUM:
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at West Ham||Recent Form|
Key Stat: West Ham have won two of their last ten league games
Expert Verdict: With one trophy safely in the bag, League Cup winners Chelsea now have one hand on the league title after Man City’s Anfield mishap on Sunday. They should strengthen their grip at Upton Park against a West Ham side who are going backwards after their strong start to the season. A comfortable away win beckons.
Recommendation: Chelsea to win 2-0
REFEREE: Andre Marriner STADIUM:
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Man City||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Man City have kept just one clean sheet in 13 matches
Expert Verdict: Manchester City’s season is on the verge of collapse and they are starting to look flaky. Barcelona put City to the sword in the Champions League and Liverpool put a massive dent in their league hopes on Sunday. Leicester have blanked just twice in their last 12 outings and they could give the Citizens a scare.
Recommendation: Both teams to score
REFEREE: Robert Madley STADIUM:
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at QPR||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Arsenal have won five of their last six against QPR
Expert Verdict: A late title charge may be asking a little too much of Arsenal but second place looks a possibility given their fine 2015 form. They should have far too much for a Rangers side who are sinking like a stone at present. Defeat at Hull was QPR’s fifth in six games and another looks on the cards.
Recommendation: Arsenal to win 3-0
REFEREE: Kevin Friend STADIUM:
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Tottenham||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Swansea have beaten Man Utd and Southampton in their last two top-seven clashes
Expert Verdict: Mauricio Pochettino has a job on his hands lifting his Tottenham squad after a week in which they lost the League Cup final and crashed out of Europe. A top-four tilt is all Spurs have left, but Swansea have the quality to exploit of any dip in performance from their hosts.
REFEREE: Michael Oliver STADIUM:
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Liverpool||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Burnley are conceding an average of two goals a game on the road
Expert Verdict: Liverpool have enjoyed a meteoric return to form and they’ve only lost three of 14 games against teams in the bottom half of the Premier League this term. Burnley’s attempt to beat the drop seems to be petering out, as the Clarets haven’t won in six outings, losing four of those.
Recommendation: Liverpool-Liverpool double result
REFEREE: Lee Mason STADIUM:
|Pressure may lead to Red Devils' slip on Toon trip|