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Hull v West Brom – Home win
Hull have experienced somewhat of a slump, taking just two points from a possible 12. Last time out they offered resistance at Goodison Park, managing a draw, which could be a sign of much needed progress going into the Christmas period. The Baggies, meanwhile, are in a downward spiral, just one point above the Tigers. Expect Hull to pick up three points here.

Stoke v Arsenal – Away win
Since consecutive defeats, the Gunners have won two Premier League games on the bounce, albeit quite difficult fixtures. The trip to Stoke will be tough, though Arsenal have shown they can grind out results, and in Alexis Sanchez have someone who can make things happen. The Potters are without a win in four, though a win here could spark an upward revival.

QPR v Burnley – Draw
Two teams in the bottom three, QPR beat Leicester 3-2 last time they played at home, and have taken four points from a possible 12. Burnley, meanwhile, have taken eight points, and are unbeaten in four fixtures. Charlie Austin though, is on fire for the Hoops and goes up against his former club, while Danny Ings has taken on scoring responsibility in the away team’s ranks. Can’t split these two here.

Tottenham v Crystal Palace – Home win
The Eagles sit one point above the drop zone, even though they have perhaps exceeded expectations so far this season. Spurs though, are gradually on the rise, and Mauricio Pochettino seems to be finally getting the best out of his players. Despite a 3-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge last time out, they performed brilliantly against Everton to win 2-1. Spurs to win here.

Millwall v Middlesbrough – Away win
If the visitors take three points here, and other results are in their favour, they could go top of the Championship. They are unbeaten in five fixtures, while the Lions hover just two points above the relegation zone. Millwall have carved a reputation as a side that are hard to beat lately, with three draws in their last four against teams in the top half. Boro conceded in the last minute last time out and if they go ahead, will be keen to rectify that. Three points to the away side.

Reading v Bolton – Draw
As Wanderers have improved no end under Neil Lennon, we fancy them to get something on the road at the Royals. The form of Craig Davies and Lee Chung-Yong has been encouraging, while Reading boss Nigel Adkins is under increasing pressure. A share of the spoils seems likely.

Wigan v Norwich – Away win
Could Malky Mackay have come to Carrow Road this summer? It’s at the Latics that he’s resurfaced, however, but opposite number Neil Adams is seeking a response and we think he’ll get it at the DW.

Wolves v Bournemouth – Away win
Eddie Howe’s Cherries can capitalise on a dramatic downturn in Wolves’ form here. Wanderers have lost three in a row without scoring and conceding a dozen, while Bournemouth are on a 10-match unbeaten run in all competitions.

Man City v Everton – Draw
As Premier League champions City have a crunch Champions League game following this fixture, their eyes may not be on the immediate match. The Toffees can capitalise by pinching a point from the Etihad, especially as Vincent Kompany remains doubtful.

Rayo Vallecano v Sevilla – Away win
Having lost their best prospects in recent seasons, Madrid club Vallecano can’t really compete with Europa League holders Sevilla. Three Rayo players have been sent off in the last four meetings and that ill-discipline only strengthens claims for an away victory.

West Ham v Swansea – Home win
The Hammers are on a roll, having lost just one of their last eight encounters, so take on the Swans in fine spirits. Garry Monk’s men have been inconsistent of late, and West Ham have not lost to their visitors at Upton Park since 1956.

Aston Villa v Leicester – Draw
There have been 23 draws between Midlands pair Villa and Leicester across all competitions, and the two teams have ended up on even terms eight times between them already this term. Both sides have also struggled for goals, making this likely to be a tight battle.

Colchester v Peterborough (FA Cup) – Away win
Posh have never lost to their League One rivals in an FA Cup clash, and also hold the head-to-head record across all competitions, with 35 triumphs to 25. Peterborough have put 10 goals past Colchester in their last four meetings.

Inter Milan v Udinese – Home win
Italian giants Inter never lost to Udinese in returning boss Roberto Mancini’s first tenure as Nerazzurri coach, which spanned four seasons, and also boast a superior record of 20 league wins over this opposition.

Southampton v Man Utd – Away win
Manchester United have only lost to the Saints once in their past 10 battles and have not failed to score at St Mary’s since 1998. The Red Devils are on a rampant run of late, with four wins in a row, so will enter this clash high in confidence.