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Burnley v Swansea – Away win
The Welsh outfit have won three of the previous four meetings between these sides and, after toppling Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United, they will be confident of securing another three points this time out at Turf Moor.
Man Utd v Sunderland – Home win
Having been narrowly defeated in their previous Premier League game, the Red Devils will be hopeful of getting back on track for a top four finish, starting with a win over Gus Poyet’s Black Cats at Old Trafford.
Newcastle v Aston Villa – Away win
The Magpies have dominated this fixture in recent seasons, but the reverse clash at Villa Park ended in a frustrating goalless draw. With Newcastle faltering lately, and Tim Sherwood aiming for his first official triumph as new Villa manager, the West Midlands side will be determined to pick up a vital victory.
Stoke v Hull – Draw
Steve Bruce’s Tigers have won back-to-back games for the first time this season, with their record Premier League goalscorer Nikica Jelavic firing them four points clear of the dropzone. However, Stoke City have been a strong force at home and will be confident of holding Hull.
West Brom v Southampton – Home win
Ronald Koeman’s Saints are still vying for a Champions League spot, having had a sensational season so far. Although, the Baggies have been beaten just once in their last 10 games, so an upset is possibly on the cards at The Hawthorns.
Bolton v Brighton – Draw
With these two next to one another in the Championship table, and a lengthy trip up north for the Seagulls, a share of the spoils looks most likely.
Cardiff v Wolves – Away win
As the Bluebirds have won just one league game in 2015 so far and Wolves recording three victories in the last four, scoring 12, an away day delight for the West Midlands outfit beckons.
Fulham v Derby – Away win
Steve McClaren’s table-topping Rams have too much quality in attack for Fulham to handle. Darren Bent faces his former club here, and will be desperate to prove the Craven Cottage club wrong for leaving him on the bench throughout their relegation season.
Leeds v Watford – Draw
In-form Leeds can certainly pinch a point off Watford, if victories over Middlesbrough and Bournemouth are any indication.
Liverpool v Man City – Draw
Both sides come into this off the back of tough European assignments, so a draw could well be on the cards.
Arsenal v Everton – Draw
It’s usually an open affair when these two teams meet and neither side have been renowned for their rearguard solidity this season, so expect goals galore. The Gunners and Toffees have split the spoils in four of their last six duels, so a score draw could be on the cards again.
Norwich v Ipswich – Home win
Ipswich may be one point ahead in the Championship, but the Tractor Boys have a woeful recent record against their rivals and have been downed in four of their last five battles. Norwich, meanwhile, are in fine form and have suffered just three home defeats this term.
Chelsea v Tottenham – Home win
The Blues have lost to Tottenham just once in their past 11 clashes, and will be hungry to claim revenge for that sole loss in the Capital One Cup final. Jose Mourinho has guided Chelsea to silverware success in this competition before and will be expecting to scalp Spurs again.
Sevilla v Atletico Madrid – Away win
Atleti smashed four past Sevilla earlier this season, and now need to take all three points from the Bathtubs again if they are to stay in the title race. The hosts are looking vulnerable in defence after Real Sociedad sank them last time out, so Diego Simeone’s side can pounce.
Roma v Juventus – Away win
The Giallorossi are in poor form and are now nine points behind their Serie A rivals, highlighting the difference in squad quality. Roma have won just one of their last seven outings, while league leaders Juventus have vanquished the Italian capital club in three of their last four encounters.