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Stoke v Southampton – Home win
The two teams sit next to each other in the table but Stoke can be confident of a home victory. Southampton are without a win in the last three matches and have been beaten by Stoke in their previous two meetings.
Saints will also be without forwards Charlie Austin and Jay Rodriguez, with Shane Long a doubt.
Bournemouth v Swansea – Away win
The Swans have been on an impressive run of late, recording a win against Arsenal and a crucial victory over relegation threatened Norwich.
While, since late December, Bournemouth have lost six matches, all of which have been by a two or more goal margin, so Swansea look set to overpower the Cherries.
Cardiff v Ipswich – Draw
Ipswich possess the third best away record in the Championship, while the Bluebirds have only lost twice at home in the league all term and will look to take that form into their clash with the Tractor Boys. Expect this to be a tight affair.
Nottingham Forest v Sheff Wed – Draw
Forest have lost four of their last five, while Sheffield Wednesday have collected just three points from a possible 15 in their past five games. Both teams are having a torrid time of late and will compete in what looks to be a tight contest.
Rotherham v Derby – Home win
Rotherham have enjoyed three straight wins of late – the most recent being against second placed Middlesbrough, and are clawing their way out of the relegation places.
Derby, meanwhile, have started to stutter, and in their last 10 games they have lost five times and look to be slipping down the table.
Dundee v Hearts – Away win
The visitors have lost just one of their last four meetings with Dundee and another victory on their travels should be gained here, as Hearts aim to keep pace with second-placed Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership.
Everton v Chelsea – Home win
Roberto Martinez’s Toffees have faced Chelsea twice this season already and have avoided defeat on both occasions, including a Premier League win, and home advantage could see them edge past Guus Hiddink’s Blues in this FA Cup clash.
Atletico Madrid v Deportivo La Coruna- Home win
Diego Simeone’s hosts are battling to keep up with Barcelona in the race for La Liga supremacy, while Deportivo falter further down above the relegation zone, so back an Atletico victory here.
Chievo v AC Milan – Away win
AC Milan’s hopes of earning a European position hang in the balance and only a win over Chievo will do, but they are buoyed by the narrow 1-0 reverse fixture win, which could be replicated this time around.
Wolves v Birmingham City – Draw
The visitors are still within distance of a play-off place but face a defiant Wolves outfit who recently dispatched Bristol City, so back a share of the spoils at the Molineux.
Udinese v Roma – Away win
As hosts Udinese have clocked up just one win in their last 10 tussles, revived Roma will be chomping at the bit to go into battle, having triumphed in all of their last seven Serie A scuffles.
Aston Villa v Tottenham – Away win
Tottenham can get their title challenge back on track at Villa Park, as the relegation-threatened Villans are on a poor run of four straight league losses. Villa have also only managed to sink Spurs once in their past 15 attempts across all competitions.
Man Utd v West Ham – Away win
In this FA Cup quarter-final fixture, Slaven Bilic’s boys have the edge, and are in fine form with four successive victories in all competitions. While, the Red Devils will have had little time to rest amid their hectic Europa League schedule.
Granada v Espanyol – Away win
Andalusian outfit Granada were back to losing ways last time out, while upcoming guests Espanyol are fresh from victory and should have enough firepower to see off their hosts for a fifth time in their last six meetings.
Leicester v Newcastle – Home win
The Foxes are firing on all cylinders and have been defeated just once in the league at the King Power Stadium this campaign, while Newcastle continue to sink down the standings.