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Key Stat: Chelsea have won their last ten Premier League home matches
Expert Verdict: Manchester City have failed to convince in the early stages of 2015 and their faltering title challenge could sustain another blow with a defeat at Chelsea. City's recent defeats to Middlesbrough and Arsenal highlighted shortcomings in defence and midfield which should be ruthlessly exposed by the Premier League leaders.
REFEREE: Mark Clattenburg STADIUM:
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Key Stat: Spurs have lost two of their last four league away matches
Expert Verdict: Tony Pulis has already made his mark at West Brom, making them a tougher side to beat and galvanising them to a hard-fought draw at Everton last week before beating Birmingham in the FA Cup. Tottenham have lost only one of their last eight league matches but are vulnerable defensively and underpriced at the Hawthorns.
Recommendation: West Brom
REFEREE: Kevin Friend STADIUM: The Hawthorns
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Key Stat: Leicester have scored in seven of their last ten games
Expert Verdict: Manchester United are still failing to convince despite sitting in a Champions League place. They could only draw 0-0 in the FA Cup at Cambridge last time out and lost at home to Southampton earlier this month. Leicester have lost only once in their last six matches in all competitions and can at least get on the scoresheet.
Recommendation: Both teams to score
REFEREE: Martin Atkinson STADIUM: Old Trafford
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Liverpool||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Both teams have scored in four of the last five meetings between the clubs
Expert Verdict: Liverpool finally appear to have found the right balance in the Premier League after some well-documented early-season troubles, but the Reds face no easy ride againstWest Ham. Those folk who have spent all season forecasting an end to the good form of Sam Allardyce’s men may have to wait another week.
Recommendation: Both teams to score
REFEREE: Andre Marriner STADIUM: Anfield
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Key Stat: Sunderland have scored only ten home Premier League matches
Expert Verdict: No Premier League side has registered fewer home victories or drawn more games on their own patch than Sunderland and Burnley can take advantage by stunning the Stadium of Light. The Clarets have avoided defeat in three of their last four league outings, including draws at Manchester City and Newcastle, and are capable of taking the points.
REFEREE: Lee Mason STADIUM: Stadium of Light
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Key Stat: QPR have lost all ten of their away games this season
Expert Verdict: QPR need to cure their travel sickness if they are to stave off a swift return to the Championship. However, a trip to Stoke may offer little respite for Rangers who cannot buy a win on the road. Since entering the top flight, Stoke have proved a tough nut to crack at home and should build on the 4-1 win at Rochdale on Monday.
REFEREE: Mike Dean STADIUM: Britannia Stadium
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