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Arsenal v Chelsea

Emirates Stadium

24th January, 2016

Kick-Off: 16:00

Arsenal take on Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday’s late kick-off. Arsenal are looking very good as their performances have set them at the top of the league table. After having secured eleven points in their last six matches, Arsenal will be looking forward to continue their winning ways to stay at the top. Chelsea seem to be coming back to stable form with an unbeaten streak under Gus Hiddink so far.

Hiddink has been able to guide his side to secure an impressive ten points in six matches, especially considering their first half of the season. Jack Wilshere and Eden Hazard are reported to be injured and unavailable for their teams, Arsenal and Chelsea respectively. Gus Hiddink and his Blues had managed to secure a draw against Manchester United earlier but will he and his team be able to fend off Arsene Wenger’s Gunners in their tremendous run of forms? Only time will tell as we wait and see what happens in this mammoth fixture!


Norwich City v Liverpool

Carrow Road

23rd January, 2016

Kick-Off: 12:45

Liverpool visit Carrow Road as they take on Norwich City on Matchday 23 of the Barclays Premier League. Both teams have been pretty average in terms of form lately. Norwich City have been able to secure nine points in their last six games while Liverpool have secured only seven in the same number of games.

Norwich City have no players reported to be injured or suspended. Liverpool however wil be without the likes of Philippe Coutinho, Martin Skrtel, Divock Origi, Dejan Lovren and Daniel Sturridge. Both teams would be looking forward to get back on winning ways after some disappointing results in the last matchday. Liverpool are favourites to get all three points out of this fixture as they look stronger on paper but Norwich could also steal a narrow win.


Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur

Selhurst Park

23rd January, 2016

Kick-Off: 15:00

Crystal Palace are to host Tottenham Hotspur at Selhurst Park this Saturday afternoon. Though both teams are on the better half of the table, their current runs of form are absolutely opposing in nature. Tottenham have been able to secure thirteen points in their last six matches while Crystal Palace could only manage five.

Kwesi Appiah and Damien Delaney are reported injured while Yannick Bolasie is expected to return on the day for Crystal Palace. Tottenham Hotspur have Ryan Mason and Nabil Bentaleb on the injured list and both of them should be missing out on this match. On the whole, Tottenham Hotspur clearly seem to be the favoured ones in this match-up, being stronger both on paper and on current run of forms.


Manchester United v Southampton

Old Trafford

23rd January, 2016

Kick-Off: 15:00

Manchester United host Southampton at Old Trafford for what should be a mouth watering clash. Both Manchester United and Southampton have been just above par with their performances having secured eight points and nine points respectively from their respective last six matches. Manchester United could be without the likes of Bastian Schweinsteiger, Phil Jones and Nick Powell, all ruled out due to injuries.

Gaston Ramirez and Florin Gardos are also reported injured and unavailable for Southampton. Though both the sides are fairly matched on form, Manchester United are favourites to emerge as victors in this particular fixture as they are the stronger side on paper.


West Ham United v Manchester City

Boleyn Ground

23rd January, 2016

Kick-Off: 17:30

Manchester City are travelling to the Boleyn Ground to face West Ham United for Saturday’s late game.  Both teams have been on good runs of form with both being able to secure eleven points in their respective last six matches.

West Ham have been very good in their own backyard as they are unbeaten at home in their last six matches while City have been facing tough times on the road. Vincent Kompany and Sergio Aguero are reported to be injured and unavailable for Manchester City while West Ham could be without the likes of Andy Carroll and Joey O’Brien.

A fairly exciting and thrilling match may be expected out of the two teams as both try to dominate the other. Manchester City may have a slight advantage over their hosts as they are the stronger side on paper.

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