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Swansea V Bournemouth, 15:00, The Liberty Stadium.

Both teams are currently struggling for form and both teams will welcome this match as they’ll see this as a game either one of them can come away with maximum points. Bournemouth were unlucky last week, having outplayed Newcastle in every aspect of a game of football, except the score, the one that matters. They just could not find that goal, credit goes to Rob Elliot though, some fantastic goalkeeping. Garry Monk has had questions raised about his future, this is a must win for the Welsh side.

West Brom V Arsenal, 15:00, The Hawthorns.

West Brom have played well of late and currently sit 13th in the league. Arsenal however, are sitting second and will need to win here to pile on pressure for City’s match against Liverpool. The Gunners last outing was a draw at home to Spurs, although they had chances to win the game, Tottenham outplayed them and a draw seemed to be a fair result. They’ll need to get back to winning ways though, especially if the title is staying in London.

Manchester City V Liverpool, 17:30, Etihad Stadium.

Last time Manchester City competed in the league they were held to a goalless draw by Villa. Last time Liverpool competed in the league they were beaten at home by Crystal Palace. Both teams need a win here. Jürgen Klopp had to taste defeat for the first time before the international break, if his emotions are anything to go by, he will not fancy tasting it in back to back games. If Arsenal win their game, which they are big favourites for, then City will need to win this one to remain top of the English Premier League.


Tottenham V West Ham, 16:00, White Hart Lane.

After a stuttering start, Spurs are in full flow as they hope this season will be the one they finally qualify for Champions League football. Their last outing was away to fierce rivals Arsenal, and they played such great football. West Ham are playing well too at the moment, and as we all know are the kings in away matches. This should be a spectacular London derby.


Crystal Palace V Sunderland, 20:00, Selhurst Park.

Palace look a different team under Alan Pardew and have produced some excellent results already this season. They’ll massively fancy themselves here. If all the teams above them lost this weekend a win here could send Palace into fifth place. Sam Allardyce knew he was taking on a risky role when he accepted the Black Cats managerial job. Its games like this one where they’ll need to pick up points if they want to stay in this league.




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