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Everton v Cardiff – Home win
Neither side are in great form in the league, with just seven points apiece in their last six games, but it is very hard to look past top-four hopefuls Everton to win here.
Fulham v Newcastle – Draw
Newcastle have lost their last four at Craven Cottage, but with two wins in previous two in the league, the Magpies could nick a draw here. Fulham desperately need points of any kind and a share of the spoils seems the more likely.
Southampton v Norwich – Home win
The Saints have won three in their last six league games, and look likely to beat relegation-threatened Norwich at St Mary’s. Chris Hughton’s Canaries, meanwhile have lost their last four away matches in a row.
Stoke v West Ham – Draw
Hammers boss Sam Allardyce won February’s Manager of the Month award as his side won all four of their games. However, Stoke have lost just once in their last three home games and the two look evenly matched.
Sunderland v Crystal Palace – Draw
Tough result to call in this head-to-head, with both losing two out of their last three league fixtures. A draw is the safest bet for these relegation rivals.
Swansea v West Brom – Home win
Swansea have beaten the Baggies in four out their previous five matches against each other, and with Pepe Mel’s side not winning in their last eight in the league, a home victory is destined.
Bolton v Brighton – Draw
Brighton have gained 13 points in their last six games, while Bolton have managed 11. Bolton, however, are 13 points and eight places behind their visitors – who are chasing a play-off spot – and this should be a close result.
Ipswich v Wigan – Away win
The Latics come into this battle off the back of knocking out Premier League giants Manchester City of the FA Cup, and are the form side of the Championship, winning their last five. Having beaten Ipswich in their last three head-to-heads, a victory for them on the road is highly likely.
Reading v Derby – Home win
The Royals are unbeaten in the last six meetings winning five. Steve McClaren’s Derby, meanwhile, are yet to win in March having lost to promotion rivals Burnley and Millwall and drawing a blank against Bolton.
Aston Villa v Chelsea – Away win
Jose Mourinho’s Blues have won the last four by an aggregate scoreline of 16-4. That includes two away victories at Villa Park. Fernando Torres has twice scored winning goals at this stadium.
St Johnstone v Ross County – Draw
Three of the last four meetings at McDiarmid Park have finished level. Ross County have little fear of the drop despite being second-bottom, as Hearts are in dire financial straits and sit 20 points behind them with 27 left to play for.
Manchester United v Liverpool – Draw
Each side have won one home match apiece in all competitions this term by the same scoreline of 1-0. Lethal strike partnerships Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie, and Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge should both have a field day.
Aberdeen v Inverness CT – Aberdeen win League Cup
Derek McInnes’ Dons have won two of the three matches these sides have played this term. Aberdeen have also been victorious in every other Scottish League Cup meeting, so back them to lift the trophy.
Tottenham v Arsenal – Draw
Arsene Wenger’s Gunners have already done a Premier League and FA Cup double over Spurs, but those games were at the Emirates. Tottenham have won their last two home matches against their north London rivals, but both teams lost in Europe midweek.
Preston v Sheffield United – Away win
The Blades have won on their last two visits to Deepdale and Nigel Clough’s side have tasted victory in each of their previous 10 matches in all competitions. United are thus the form side in English football, so despite Preston being higher in the table that momentum will be too much to overcome.