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Premier League Predictions

WILL KANE BE ABLE?: Spurs striker Harry Kane visits Old Trafford on Sunday

All matches at 15.00 unless otherwise stated

Saturday, March 14

Crystal Palace - QPR 12.45
The early afternoon kick-off sees two relegation threatened sides face-off against each other. Crystal Palace have not been in bad form since Alan Pardew took over with Yannick Bolasie, Dwight Gayle and Wilfried Zaha performing with a new lease of life. QPR languish in the relegation zone in 18th place with just one win in their last eleven Premier League games. Home win for Pardew’s troops.

Arsenal - West Ham
Arsenal will be looking to consolidate their place in the Champions League positions with a win over their London rivals. Not so long ago the Hammers were also considered to be in the race for the top four but their form has regressed since the turn of the year and they are now in 10th place. The East Enders will be looking to former Gunner Alex Song and main man up top, Diafro Sakho, to provide the inspiration. Comfortable victory for the Gunners.

Leicester - Hull
Bottom placed Leicester face 15th placed Hull in a crucial game, which could be billed as a six-pointer. Defeat for Leicester will almost certainly leave them with too much to do even with 10 games still remaining after this one. Tricky winger Riyad Mahriz and January record signing Andrej Kramaric will be integral to the team’s pursuit of victory. Hull will be looking to Dame Ndoye and Nikica Jelavic to provide the goals, which will bring them closer to Premier League safety. Spoils shared.

Sunderland - Aston Villa
Another vital game at the bottom end of the table sees Sunderland and Aston Villa both just above the relegation zone in 16th and 17th go head to head. Sunderland will be relying on the experience and goal scoring ability of Jermain Defoe to shoot them towards safety. The Midlands outfit will be in jubilant mood after their last minute victory against West Brom last time out which saw Tim Sherwood record his first win as manager. Draw

West Brom - Stoke
After their last minute loss against Aston Villa, the Baggies will be looking to bounce back but they face difficult opponents in the shape of the team from the Potteries, who have won their last three Premier League games on the spin. West Brom will be relying on their big Nigerian striker, Brown Ideye, to continue his recent goal scoring exploits. In-form Stoke will look to Briam Diouf and Jon Walters to get them the goals here but a stalemate looks likely.

Burnley - Manchester City 17.30
Two teams at opposite ends of the table go head-to-head. Burnley, second from bottom, need a win to put some sort of pressure on the teams above them, but with no wins since their 2 -1 victory over QPR in January, they need to start winning games. Second-placed Manchester City also need a win if they have any hopes of catching Chelsea. These types of games are the ones where complacency seems to creep into the champions’ game but there should be a win for Manuel Pellegrini’s men come the final whistle.

Sunday, March 15

Chelsea – Southampton 13.30
The Premier league leaders will be looking to pick up another three points as they seek to keep the distance between themselves and Manchester City at the top of the table. Southampton - not displaying the imperious form they showed earlier in the season - will be looking for back-to-back wins after their hard fought 1-0 win against Crystal Palace last time out. Blues talisman Eden Hazard to make the difference once more. Home win.

Everton - Newcastle 16.00
Everton are currently performing the worst they have during the tenure of Roberto Martinez. Experienced squad members like Gareth Barry and Tim Howard are not displaying the consistency we are used to and young talents like Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley have not pushed on as expected. Unpredictable Newcastle, unlucky to lose against Manchster United, will be looking to take something from a Toffees side severely lacking in confidence. Honours even.

Man Utd – Tottenham 16.00
The game of the weekend sees a hugely exciting encounter at Old Trafford and a pivotal match in the race for the top four. Only three points separate the two teams and a win for either would greatly enhance their chances of Champions League football next season. United will once again turn a deaf ear to critics of their style of football, especially if it continues to bring them points. Spurs will once again be hoping Harry Kane can produce the goods against one of the top teams. Entertaining score draw.

Monday, March 16

Swansea - Liverpool 20.00
Ninth placed Swansea will be looking to bounce back from their 3-2 loss against Spurs in their last match. The Swans have not been in bad from and will continue to display the attractive football which has gained them a host of fans over the last few seasons. Liverpool, the form team in the Premier League, have not lost a single game in 2015 and momentum is with the rampant Reds. Expect Phillipe Coutinho to play a key role yet again for the team from Merseyside. Away win.

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