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Everton v Swansea City – Home win
Swansea have never beaten the Toffees in any of their 13 league encounters, and have defeated them just once in their history in any competition. Roberto Martinez’s men are back in form with two domestic wins on the bounce and have put three past the Swans in their last two meetings.

Hull City v Southampton – Away win
The Saints are currently a sensational second place in the Premier League, and history says they are likely to record a sixth win of the campaign against a Hull side they did the double over last season. In addition, Southampton have only lost once in their last fifteen clashes with the Tigers.

Leicester City v West Bromwich Albion – Draw
These two sides have drawn seven games between them this season, and both the Foxes and Baggies are without a win in their last four matches in all competitions. When facing each other, 21 encounters have ended on even terms.

Stoke City v West Ham – Away win
In a boost for Sam Allardyce, striking sensation Diafra Sakho, who has scored six in his last six games, could be fit to face the Potters. The Hammers are in fine form, having won three matches on the trot, and won’t fear Stoke after stealing Manchester City’s scalp.

Blackburn v Reading – Home win
Rovers have never lost to Reading on home turf, and welcome the The Royals to Ewood Park after securing two successive victories. The visitors, meanwhile, have tasted triumph just once in their last six Championship clashes, and have recorded one solitary win over Blackburn in their history.

Brentford v Derby – Away win
The Rams are flying at the moment and sit joint-top of the Championship. They know that a victory could take them clear of Watford and Wolves and will do everything they can to ensure that happens. Brentford, meanwhile haven’t won in three, and are languishing in mid-table obscurity.

Cardiff v Leeds – Draw
Cardiff lost to Millwall last time out and will be desperate to put that right against Leeds. The away side could have new permanent manager Neil Redfearn installed in time for the match, who claimed 10 points from a possible 12 as caretaker manager earlier this term, and could restore the Whites’ fortunes.

Wigan v Fulham – Draw
Two teams in the bottom six of the Championship, who, not long ago, were used to playing each other in the Premier League. Wigan beat top of the league Derby last time out, while Fulham recorded a 3-0 win over Charlton. This has draw written all over it.

Bournemouth v Brighton – Home win
If the top three clubs lose, the home side could go top with a victory against the Seagulls who are hovering just above the relegation zone. Bournemouth are in great form with four wins in as many matches, and this should be academic.

Bayern Munich v Borussia Dortmund – Home win
Pep Guardiola’s side are currently top of the Bundesliga, and look primed to cause Dortmund all kinds of problems. Jurgen Klopp’s men sit just above the relegation zone, though it is unlikely their fears will be eased against their biggest rivals.

Manchester City v Manchester United – Home win
City won both fixtures with arch rivals United last season and, with the two sides yet to draw in their last 10 meetings in all competitions, another victory in the Sky Blues’ favour looks to be on the cards here.

Aston Villa v Tottenham – Away win
Neither side are in form of late, with Villa losing their last five league games and Spurs their previous two. But it is the away team who come into this fixture with a great record, having beaten the West Midlanders to nil in each of their last five matches in all competitions.

Villarreal v Valencia – Away win
Valencia are one of the in-form La Liga sides this season, having won six of their last eight games. The also hold a better recent advantage over the Yellow Submarine, who lost their last game to Sevilla, and should grab a victory here again.

AC Milan v Palermo – Home win
Milan are a much-improved side form last season, as they find themselves up in third place in Serie A after nine matches. Palermo, meanwhile, are down in 15th and have lost three of their last four meetings with the San Siro club to nil.

Crystal Palace v Sunderland – Draw
Two of the last three head-to-heads between the Eagles and Black Cats have ended in draws and, with neither side in form, back that outcome at Selhurst Park once more.