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Aston Villa v Fulham – Home Win
Paul Lambert’s team go into this match, having just received news that star striker Christian Benteke will be out for six months. Fulham are fighting for survival, and will take hope from the fact that their hosts have the second worst home record this season after themselves.

Cardiff v Crystal Palace – Draw
In what is known as a relegation six pointer, the Londoners can put some considerable distance between their club and the Welsh outfit, with three points. After stunning Chelsea last time out, the Eagles are high on confidence, while Cardiff have one win in four.

Hull v Swansea – Home win
Intriguingly both teams are tied on points in the league, with the Swans a place above the Tigers on goal difference. Hull have lost four of their last five games, but their opposition are on a 10-game winless run on their travels.

Newcastle v Manchester United – Away win
The visitors are in great form, and are on a four match unbeaten run, while the Magpies have lost nine of their last 14 Premier League games. A resurgent Wayne Rooney has proved to be the catalyst for David Moyes over the past few games, and their hosts are ravaged with injuries.

Norwich v West Brom – Home win
Chris Hughton’s side are unbeaten in their last six games at Carrow Road, and have conceded just once. Albion, meanwhile, are in decline having only won once in 11 games. The two sides are scrapping with each other near the bottom of the league, though momentum is with the Canaries.

Blackburn v Ipswich – Draw
Jordan Rhodes faces his first professional team here, and Rovers have drawn four straight matches coming into this one. Ipswich were also held by Nottingham Forest last time out, so the spoils being shared again here looks likely.

Bournemouth v QPR – Home win
Eddie Howe’s Cherries lost once in eight Championship outings in March, winning six. QPR have been inconsistent of late and, despite the return of top-scorer Charlie Austin, Bournemouth look stronger. Their own leading marksman Lewis Grabban has four in two outings coming into this one.

Charlton v Reading – Draw
Jose Riga has got a reaction from Addicks players since succeeding Chris Powell, and last lost this fixture at The Valley in 1994. Nigel Adkins’ Royals are in decent form too, so this is a tough one to call.

Middlesbrough v Derby – Away win
Steve McClaren returns to his former club with his Rams team averaging three goals per game in their last three outings. The ex-England boss must win to delay East Midlands rivals Leicester’s promotion to the Premier League, and looks good value to do so against Boro.

Watford v Burnley – Home win
Clarets coach Sean Dyche will be desperate to prove his old employers wrong for ditching him, but is missing prolific front two Sam Vokes and Danny Ings for this trip to Vicarage Road. Watford, meanwhile, have top-scorer Troy Deeney firing, so the Hornets look likely for a home win.

Chelsea v Stoke – Home win
The Blues have won their last seven games (previous six to nil) at home against Stoke in all competitions, and the most recent three in the league 1-0. Title hopes Chelsea look victory likely for victory again at the Bridge.

Everton v Arsenal – Draw
Three of the last four head-to-heads in all competition between the duo have ended in a draw. In-form Everton are now just four points of Arsenal, with a game in hand, but have not beaten the Gunners in their last 14.

West Ham v Liverpool – Away win
Brendan Rodgers’ Reds are in rampant form as they now top the table. Liverpool are on a run of eight straight wins in the league, and their record of beating West Ham in six in their last eight games suggests anything other than a victory again.

Hibernian v Aberdeen – Away win
Aberdeen have lost just once in their last seven against Hibernian – winning four. The visitors have suffered only one defeat in their previous 13 in all competitions, including beating champions Celtic twice, while Hibs are without victory in the last seven Scottish Premiership matches.

Tottenham v Sunderland – Home win
Spurs have beaten Sunderland in five of their last six league meetings and are heavy favourites for victory again. The away side are in dire form, having lost six of their last seven in all competitions.