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We have selected them this week from the Premier League, Scottish Premiership, Serie A and La Liga (Available on both desktop and mobile).

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Aston Villa v West Ham – Home win
The Villans have smashed in seven goals over their past three games across all competitions, as they continue to climb away from the relegation scrap. Villa are an impressive attacking unit under Tim Sherwood, while West Ham have slumped somewhat recently.

Hull City v Burnley – Home win
Steve Bruce’s Tigers are also beginning to claw their way out of the drop zone and have won two of their last three. Bottom side Burnley, meanwhile, are in trouble after losing four on the trot and are unlikely to match home team Hull at the KC Stadium, which means relegation for Sean Dyche’s Turf Moor team.

Leicester City v Southampton – Home win
The Saints have not tasted triumph on their travels since February, and are without victory in three, but hosts Leicester still have much to play for. Defeated just once in their last six tussles, the Foxes are in fantastic form.

Newcastle United v West Bromwich Albion – Away win
Tony Pulis has steered the Baggies to two away wins in a row, and will be buoyed by beating Manchester United last time out. Newcastle, on the other hand, are lacking confidence following a demoralising eight consecutive defeats.

Stoke City v Tottenham – Away win
Spurs, who are still chasing a Europa League place, have lost to Stoke just once in their last six and have an excellent recent record at the Britannia Stadium. The Potters, meanwhile, have notched up just one win in their past seven clashes.

Hamilton v Partick Thistle – Draw
Neither side are in any danger of the drop from the Scottish Premiership, so this dead rubber looks like finishing level.

Ross County v St Mirren – Home win
The host need three points to all but confirm their place in this division next term and, as St Mirren have lost heavily to nil on their last five away days, a home victory looks on the cards.

St Johnstone v Dundee Utd – Draw
Although St Johnstone have won two of the three meetings this term, these two are next to one another in the table lokced on 52 points, and we fancy them to still be level after this match-up.

Crystal Palace v Man Utd – Away win
Whatever the result between Chelsea and Liverpool on Sunday, this is a massive opportunity for the Red Devils to virtually make certain of their Champions League return for next term, at the expense of their bitter rivals. That is all the incentive Man Utd need to get past Palace.

AC Milan v Roma – Away win
The San Siro is a changed place; a fortress no longer. Roma can capitalise on this and continue to storm a march on Eternal City rivals Lazio by beating the Rossoneri, who are in dreadful form after losing their last three and having no win in five. Go with Rudi Garcia’s Giallorossi here.

Aberdeen v Celtic – Away win
Ronny Deila’s recently crowned Scottish Premiership champions hold a superior 11-point lead over their closest challengers Aberdeen, and have secured victory in their last four league meetings. The Bhoys should comfortably see out another win over their travels, despite a possible lasting hangover.

Chelsea v Liverpool – Draw
Liverpool have not won at Stamford Bridge since 2011 but they will need a strong result to hold any hope of securing a top four spot this term. Premier League champions Chelsea could field some younger players but should have a team capable of shutting out any Reds threat.

Lazio v Inter – Home win
The host hold a dominant third place in the Serie A table, while Inter are continuing to falter down in 8th position under Roberto Mancini. With second spot still up for grabs, Lazio will surely be gunning for glory over their Italian rivals at the Stadio Olimpico.

Celta Vigo v Sevilla – Draw
A Champions League place isn’t out of grasp for the Bathtubs, and a triumph over Celta Vigo could go a long way to deciding their European fate. Although, after a Europa League game with Fiorentina in midweek, the hosts may be able to capitalise on some possible fatigue.

Arsenal v Swansea – Away win
Garry Monk’s Swans have little to play for with a top 10 spot almost assured, while Arsenal’s focus will soon be turning towards retaining their FA Cup crown against Aston Villa and will be keen to avoid any injuries. The Welsh outfit may be able to cause an upset on the road, having won back-to-back league games.