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Match Week Five

Saturday, 12th September 2015
After the break for the International Fixtures is back and the Man United vs Liverpool match is the days highlight
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    Everton vs Chelsea

    Goodison Park at 6:45am.
    Chelsea have allowed 8 goals in their last three away games, twice as many as they did in the previous seven away games.

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    Arsenal vs Stoke City

    Emirates Stadium at 9:00am. Arsenal have won their last 7 home games against Stoke.

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    Crystal Palace vs Manchester City

    Selhurts Park at 9:00am. Man City have won their last 4 away games, the best since 1912!

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    Norwich City vs Bournemouth

    Carrow Road at 9:00am. Three of the last five matches between these teams has ended in a draw.

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    Watford vs Swansea City

    Vicrage Road at 9:00am. The Swans Jonjo Shevley has created 14 scoring opportunities so far this season.

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    West Bromwich Albion vs Southampton

    The Hawthorns at 9:00am. Southampton has conceded at least 3 goals in each of last four defeats at this venue.

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    Manchester United vs Liverpool

    Old Trafford at 11:30am. Man United have won just 1 of their last 4 games at home.

Sunday, 13th September 2015
Just twop matches for the day with both intriguing contests.
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    Sunderland vs Tottenham Hotspurs

    Stadium of Light at 7:30am. Spurs have failed to score in 4 of their last 8 away games.

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    Leicester City vs Aston Villa

    King Power Stadium at 10:00am. Leicester are likely to unveil star signing Inler.

Monday, 13th September 2015
Both teams looking for the win to climb the ladder
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    West Ham United vs Newcastle City

    Boleyn Ground at 2:00pm. Newcastle have only got 2 PL points from their last 9 away games.

Comments

  1. Peter

    Tips Week 5 :

    Chelsea, Arsenal, Chrystal Palace, Norwich, Swansea, Southampton, Man United, Tottenham, Leicester, West Ham

  2. Michael

    Be interesting to see how some teams line-up having ahd the week off to get their new signings into the groove.
    My selections:
    Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, Norwich City, Swansea City, Draw (West Brom – Southampton), Draw (Man United – Liverpool), Tottenham Hotspurs, Leicester City and West Ham United.

  3. Adam

    Chelsea, Norwich City, Manchester City, West Bromwich Albion, Arsenal, Swansea City, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspurs, Leicester City, West Ham United.

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