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West Brom v Liverpool (Saturday 12:30pm)


West Brom continue what looks like a fruitless bid for survival, as they host Liverpool at the Hawthorns, hoping for a repeat of last weeks performance.

West Brom picked up a sensational 1-0 win at Old Trafford last weekend, ending a run of ten games without a win, as they made it two without loss for the first time since January. Liverpool continue to strengthen their grip on a top four place, with a 3-0 win over Bournemouth to go six unbeaten.

West Brom do have a knack of picking up results against Liverpool, winning one and drawing four of the last seven meetings, however it’s difficult to see the Baggies repeating the feats of Old Trafford, especially against the pace of Liverpool’s attack.

Liverpool win and both to score @9/4


Arsenal v West Ham United (Saturday 1:30pm)


In this London derby, Arsenal take on West Ham with a battle expected at the Emirates, with both sides not having much to play in terms of the league.

Arsenal have Europa League as their main focus but form had been good, until the 2-1 loss to Newcastle at the weekend. West Ham have picked up five points in the last three matches to alleviate any relegation concerns, as the Hammers start to believe in their quality under David Moyes.

Until the last two meetings, there have always been plenty of goals in this fixture, with twenty in five matches, but with both sides looking to attack, a resumption of a goal fest looks likely, with the home side more likely to be picking up an entertaining win.

Arsenal win and three or more total goals scored @Evens


Stoke City v Burnley (Sunday 1:30pm)


Stoke City take on Burnley, with the home side in desperate need for a win to narrow the gap to safety, as they face a Burnley side who are currently one of the form sides in the division

Stoke have had a poor season but can survive. Under Paul Lambert they have become tougher to beat but five draws and five defeats in ten has to be improved upon. Burnley have won five on the bounce and are banging on the door for a top six place under Sean Dyche.

Burnley have won three of the last five meetings, with just a single victory for Stoke. Burnley have picked up two 1-0 wins in the last two encounters and I expect a tight affair once more, with Stoke picking up another draw to add to the recent run.

Draw result @21/10


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