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Match Week Seven

Saturday, 26th September 2015
All the ‘big boys’ are in action this afternoon.
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    Tottenham Hotspurs vs Manchester City

    6:45am at White Hart Lane. Spurs keeper Lloris has conceeded seventeen goals in five previous matces against Man City.

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    Leicester City vs Arsenal

    9:00am at King Power Stadium. City player Mahrez has been involve din eight goals this season, the most in the competition.

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    Liverpool vs Aston Villa

    9:00am at Anfield. The Reds have beaten the Lions on 24 occasions the second most for the club.

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    Manchester United vs Sunderland

    9:00am at Old Trafford. Recruit Martial si looking to become the first ManU payer to score in his first three appearances for the club.

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    Southampton vs Swansea City

    9:00am at St Marys Stadium. The visiting team has won the last three encounters with a score of 0-1.

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    Stoke City vs Bournemouth

    9:00am at Britannia Stadium. The Cherries have so far travelled some 697 miles in their first season in the top flight competition.

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    West Ham United vs Norwich City

    9:00am at Boleyn Grounds. The Hammers have so far used twenty-four players, two more than any other club.

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    Newcastle United vs Chelsea

    11:30 am at St James Park. The Blues manager Mourinho has never won at this venue in five previous visits.

Sunday, 27th September 2015.
Just the one Sunday afternoon game this round.
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    Watford vs Crystal Palace

    10:00am at Vicarage Road. The Hornets have never won a Sunday i their eight PL fixtures but have at least drawn the last three.

Monday, 28th September 2015.
The Hawthorns has a rare Monday game.
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    West Bromwich Albion vs Everton

    2:00pm at The Hawthorns. West Brom haven't beaten the Toffees in their past five encounters.

Comments

  1. Kevin

    Week 7 Tips
    Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United, Swansea, Stoke City, West Ham, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton.

  2. ESPN Staff-Picks

    Manchester City, Draw (Leicester-Arsenal), Liverpool, Manchester United, Swansea City, Draw (Stoke-Bournemouth), Draw (West Ham-Norwich), Chelsea, Draw (Watford-CrystalPalace) and Draw (WestBromwich-Everston).

  3. Michael

    Like the shot stats points for each match. Interesting.
    Selections this week:
    Manchester City, Draw (Leicester-Arsenal), Liverpool, Manchester United, Southampton, Stoke City, Draw (WestHam-Norwich), Chelsea, Draw (Watford-CrystalPalace) and Draw (WestBrom-Everton).
    Cheers,

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