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| 28.11.2015

Jamie Clark, Sports Editor | November 25, 2015

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Aston Villa v Watford – Home win

Villa have never lost a Premier League game to the Hornets, and Remi Garde will expect to get a response out of his team after their poor showing at Everton.

Bournemouth v Everton – Away win

The Toffees’ talented youngsters Ross Barkley, Romelu Lukaku and John Stones have more than enough quality than to crush the Cherries. It’s going to be a long winter for Eddie Howe.

Crystal Palace v Newcastle – Home win

If there’s one fixture Alan Pardew will want to win, it is against former club the Magpies and the Eagles need to buck up after a dismal display at home to Sunderland on Monday.

Man City v Southampton – Home win

It’s five wins from six meetings for Man City from Saints’ current Premier League stint, so Manuel Pellegrini can feel confident about another three points here.

Sunderland v Stoke – Away win

The Black Cats must beware Charlie Adam, who has terrific scoring record in this fixture, and Mark Hughes’ in-form Potters look value for victory at the Stadium of Light.

Cardiff v Burnley – Away win

Sean Dyche needs his Clarets side to win on away days like this, and Andre Gray scored both home and away against the Bluebirds for Brentford last term, so he can inspire his current club to victory in the Welsh capital.

Nottingham Forest v Reading – Draw

The Royals retaining head coach Steve Clarke’s services despite talks with Fulham could prove to be decisive, and they also have a good record at the City Ground. Garath McCleary could once again come back to haunt his former club Forest here.

Leicester v Man Utd – Away win

Goals galore tend to fly in when these two meet, and this top of the table clash is set up nicely to be equally as open. Manchester United’s quality must surely tell against a Foxes outfit that are flying forward, but open to counter-attacks.

AC Milan v Sampdoria – Draw

Sinisa Mihajlovic faces the club he left this past summer, with Samp replacing his successor with Vincenzo Montella. The Rossoneri should share the spoils with the Genoa-based team, after two draws between them last term.

Tottenham v Chelsea – Draw

Spurs have a tough trip to the fringes of Asia in midweek, and the short turnaround time from that fixture to this one will count against them. Jose Mourinho’s men are unlikely to have it all their own way at White Hart Lane, though.

West Ham v West Brom – Draw

Six of the last nine Premier League meetings between the Hammers and Baggies have finished level, and that prevailing pattern should continue.

Liverpool v Swansea – Home win

Garry Monk may be very fortunate this one isn’t being televised as he is under real pressure, and his Swans are in dreadful form. Jurgen Klopp will expect the Reds to follow up their thrashing of Manchester City here.

Norwich v Arsenal – Away win

The Canaries do not have the quality to cope with the Gunners. If Arsene Wenger’s men replicate their clinical finishing from the Champions League in midweek, then this could be a cricket score.

Sevilla v Valencia – Away win

Hosts Sevilla have lost the scorers of their last five goals in this fixture, but the Bats enjoy an extra day’s rest before this battle. That could prove decisive for Los Che.

Bolton v Brentford – Away win

Reluctant Bees boss Lee Carsley takes his team to the Trotters, who have no money for further squad investment according to Neil Lennon. Brentford thus look like an away banker.


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Jamie Clark

Athletics aficionado, die-hard snooker fan and Crystal Palace supporter Jamie has written for Coral since February 2014 after spells with Soccerlens and the Press Association as a digital journalist and copywriter. A former East Midlands sports correspondent and Bwin tipster, he is a graduate of both the University of York and University of Sheffield, with a Masters in web journalism from the latter.