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Matt Haynes and Lee Gormley | January 20, 2016

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Crystal Palace v Tottenham – Draw

Both sides are going well in the English top-flight and, while the Eagles have lost their last five matches, also struggling for goals, they will identify this as an opportunity to dig their talons in. Spurs also played midweek, so fatigue could mean that this match ends in a draw.

Leicester City v Stoke City – Away win

An intriguing match in every way. Both sides have proven to be battle-hardened this term, with the hosts second in the league on goal difference, while Stoke are pushing for European place. However, having rocked recently, Leicester could see themselves falter here.

Manchester United v Southampton – Home win

It looks as though the home side’s bad spell is over. While Saints have won their last two, Wayne Rooney’s impressive recent form can help inspire three points for United.

Sunderland v Bournemouth – Home win

The Cherries played well in their 3-0 over Norwich City, though, Sunderland will have spied this match as a chance to bounce back from the 4-1 defeat to Spurs last time out and a home win could well be on the cards.

Watford v Newcastle United – Away win

An excellent win against West Ham last time out for the Magpies could rejuvenate their season and, with Watford’s previously prolific strike duo firing blanks recently, the visitors could take full advantage.

West Brom v Aston Villa – Home win

In this West Midlands derby, it’s the visitors that will be under the most pressure after their dismal season so far, and Tony Pulis’ West Bromwich Albion should have too much for their local rivals at The Hawthorns.

Fulham v Hull – Away win

Hull City are fighting for an automatic promotion spot in this season’s Championship, while their opponents Fulham are languishing further down at the basement end, so back back the Tigers to rip through the Cottagers.

Celtic v St Johnstone – Home win

After sensationally firing in eight goals in their last outing, Ronny Deila’s side will be brimming with confidence as they hunt down another Scottish Premiership crown. The Bhoys have formidable firepower in the likes of Leigh Griffiths and could rack up another heft scoreline here.

West Ham v Man City – Home win

Manchester City are tracking down league leaders Arsenal but West Ham United possess the confidence and quality to cause an upset on home soil, so back Slaven Bilic’s men to hammer home a positive result.

Empoli v AC Milan – Away win

AC Milan have already overcome their next opponents this term, with Luiz Adriano and Carlos Bacca both netting in a 2-1 victory at the San Siro, so make sure to back the Rossoneri for another similar triumph this time around.

Everton v Swansea – Home win

Roberto Martinez’s Everton face a Swansea City side that have appointed a new head coach and are on an awful run, so the Toffees should be able to take advantage before the Welsh side settle under new management.

Arsenal v Chelsea – Draw

In the big clash of the weekend, Arsenal are looking to extend their lead at the summit on home soil, but Chelsea will seek to continue their domestic revival under Guus Hiddink in what should be a close London derby.

Real Betis v Real Madrid – Away win

Zinedine Zidane’s side have been on a rampant run of goal scoring form in La Liga since the Frenchman took charge, and that is set to be maintained at Real Betis.

Burnley v Derby – Draw

This second tier encounter throws third-placed Derby County together with Burnley, who are in fourth position, and their tight domestic standings should be transferred onto the pitch in a potentially close match-up.

Morton v Rangers – away win

Rangers are continuing their bid to return to the top-flight of Scotland once again and a Morton meeting shouldn’t stall their progress too much on that quest for promotion.


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