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Burnley v Stoke – Away win
Sean Dyche’s already-relegated Clarets have been brave this season, despite their return to the Championship, and managed to secure an away win in the reverse fixture against Stoke. The Potters are aiming to remain in the top 10 and a victory would all but secure their position in the higher half of the Premier League table.

QPR v Newcastle – Draw
The hosts have also sealed their relegation fate for next season, while the Magpies will need a crucial three points to edge further ahead of fellow strugglers Hull City, with local rivals Sunderland holding a game in hand.

Sunderland v Leicester – Draw
Nigel Pearson’s Foxes are close to safety after such a superb run of form in recent weeks, despite a supreme struggle at the beginning of this campaign. The Black Cats are enduring a contrast of form and fortunes, but have a game in hand over relegation rivals and points on home soil are vital.

Tottenham v Hull – Away win
Steve Bruce’s Tigers are in desperate need of a victory on the road, having dropped into the final relegation place. Sitting two points behind the Toon, a win in their own fixture, doubled with another slip-up from Newcastle could see them move closer to safety.

West Ham v Everton – Draw
With neither side holding any real targets in the top-flight run-in, expect a close encounter in east London. The Hammers have not toppled Everton in a league clash since 2007 and that run could continue at Upton Park.

Dundee v Aberdeen – Draw
Derek McInnes’ Dons are guaranteed a Europa League spot for next term, while Dundee are in no danger being the best of the rest in the top six. Aberdeen should thus come away with a point.

Inverness v Dundee Utd – Home win
Caley Thistle have had the better of their Tayside opponents this term, going unbeaten in three meetings (and winning two). Enjoying home advantage again, Inverness should emerge triumphant once more.

Partick v Kilmarnock – Draw
Because two of their three meetings this term have finished level, and they are next to one another in the table, honours look set to finish even once again between these Scottish sides that have nothing to play for.

Inter v Juventus – Draw
Serie A champions Juve will be jubilant after stunning Real Madrid in midweek to reach the Champions League final, but Inter play with similar tactics and Max Allegri is likely to rest his stars with two cup finals coming up. A share of the spoils seems likely.

Sampdoria v Lazio – Away win
As Genoese team Sampdoria have struggled in recent encounters with fellow top six teams, and Lazio boast five wins in the last six head-to-heads, the capital club should take three points from this trip up north.

Montreal Impact v Real Salt Lake – Away win
The momentum is with the away side, after they held LA Galaxy to a draw and beat Chicago Fire having switched back to a 4-4-2. Hosts Montreal, meanwhile, lost last time out to Toronto FC in a lacklustre performance.

Swansea v Man City – Away win
Two sides in great form, with the away outfit aiming for second place, and Garry Monk’s men challenging for a possible sixth-place finish. It could go either way, though former Swans striker Wilfried Bony will be hoping for a happy return. City may have to much.

Man Utd v Arsenal – Away win
A crunch game at the top of the table. Although both sides have qualified for the Champions League, positions in the top four are yet to be decided, though the Gunners won at Old Trafford in the FA Cup earlier in the season and will be looking to bounce back after a defeat to Swansea.

Roma v Udinese – Home win
Both sides lost last time out, though it was the away side who succumbed to a heavy 4-1 defeat at home to Sampdoria. Roma, meanwhile are second in Serie A, and should get back to winning ways on home soil.

West Brom v Chelsea – Away win
Although the Baggies have done well since Tony Pulis took over, Jose Mourinho will be looking to get maximum points from Chelseaa’s remaining matches. Expect a professional performance from a Blues side who will enjoy their football.