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  • Friday 29 April 2016, 19:45

    Home: Birmingham 6.5011/2
    Draw 4.2016/5
    Away: Middlesboro 1.628/13

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    Birmingham v Middlesboro

    WF Bet
    The away win is 1.53 at Sky Bet.

    Birmingham are one of just six visiting teams to take anything away from the Riverside this season following their goalless draw in December. However since looking like promotion contenders in early 2016, Birmingham have won just one in 10 and will be in for a tough night against Boro who cannot afford to drop any more points in their race for automatic promotion following two draws in the last 10 days.

    • • Birmingham have won just one of their last 10 Championship fixtures.
    • • Their last home win came against Hull in early March.

    • • Birmingham managed to hold Boro to a point when the sides met at the Riverside in December (0-0).
    • • They are without a win over Boro since March 2013 (0-1).

    • • Boro have drawn their last two against Burnley and Ipswich.
    • • Previously, they had won six in a row.

  • Saturday 30 April 2016, 12:30

    Home: Bolton 8.007/1
    Draw 4.7515/4
    Away: Hull 2.8715/8

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    Bolton v Hull

    WF Bet
    Hull are 1.62 at Coral.

    Hull have show signs of their former selves after a poor run of just two wins in nine between February and mid March. The Tigers have won three in six but have dropped points against mid table Leeds and Huddersfield in recent weeks. Relegated Bolton's last two defeats against Cardiff and Boro have been down to injury time winners, but you can't deny they have been poor at home since February and it looks like another defeat for the soon to be League One side on Saturday.

    • • Relegated Bolton have lost 11 of their last 14 Championship fixtures.
    • • Their last home win came against Rotherham in February (2-1).

    • • Hull won the reverse fixture 1-0 in December.
    • • The Tigers are without a win in 19 trips to the Macron Stadium.

    • • Hull have won three of their last six having previously won just two in nine.
    • • They have won just one of their last five aways.

  • Saturday 30 April 2016, 15:00

    Home: Everton 3.1021/10
    Draw 3.8014/5
    Away: Bournemouth 4.003/1

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    Everton v Bournemouth

    WF Bet
    The away win is a huge 4.2 at BetVictor. The more likely draw is 3.8 also best priced at BetVictor

    Everton have to be up there amongst Palace and Chelsea as the biggest underachievers of the season. The Toffees have been disastrous at Goodison this campaign and will face a Bournemouth side with three away wins in five on Saturday. FA Cup semi-finalists Everton will be looking to win just their fifth home match of the season but considering Southampton, Arsenal, West Ham, West Brom, Swansea, Spurs and Stoke have all gone unbeaten at Goodison since Christmas - it looks like another disappointing day for the Toffees.

    • • Everton will be looking for their first win since March 1st at Villa Park (1-3).
    • • Their last win at Goodison came against Newcastle in early February.
    • • That now means their only three home wins since mid September have come against strugglers Sunderland, Newcastle and Villa.

    • • The sides drew 3-3 at the Vitality in November with four goals coming in the last 10 minutes.
    • • The Toffees did win 0-2 on the South Coast in the FA Cup earlier this year.

    • • Bournemouth have lost four of their last five against Spurs, Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea - a tough run in!
    • • Their last win did come away from home, 1-2 at Villa Park earlier this month.
    • • Three of their last five wins have now come on their travels.

  • Saturday 30 April 2016, 15:00

    Home: Stoke 2.757/4
    Draw 3.4012/5
    Away: Sunderland 2.809/5

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    Stoke v Sunderland

    WF Bet
    The draw is 3.4 at Betfred.

    Sunderland moved out of the relegation zone on goal difference after a goalless draw against Arsenal on Sunday - a much needed result following Newcastle's comeback at Anfield on Saturday. Stoke are in terrible form having lost their last three against Liverpool, Spurs and Man City - conceding four goals in the process. This is the ideal opportunity for Sunderland to gain more points in the fight for survival.

    • • Stoke will be in their worst form of the season if they lose on Saturday, it would be their fourth straight defeat.
    • • They have conceded four goals in each of their last three against Spurs, Liverpool and Man City.
    • • Their only home wins since Boxing Day have come against the current bottom three.

    • • Sunderland are unbeaten in four league meetings with Stoke, winning three.
    • • However, they are without a win at the Britannia since 2012.

    • • Sunderland have lost just one of their last seven, against leaders Leicester.
    • • They won their last away trip 0-3 at Norwich a fortnight ago.
    • • Their only defeat in five away trips came at in-form West Ham in February.

  • Saturday 30 April 2016, 15:00

    Home: Watford 1.738/11
    Draw 3.8014/5
    Away: Aston Villa 5.7519/4

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    Watford v Aston Villa

    WF Bet
    The home win is 1.7 at BetVictor.

    Villa fans will just be praying the season ends quickly in order to spare any more humiliation. They will equal a club record of 11 straight defeats, previously set in 1963, if they lose at Watford on Saturday - and based on the majority of their away performances this season - there's not much chance of a surprise result at Vicarage Road on Saturday. If Villa fail to win at Watford or Arsenal in their remaining two away matches this season, their next chance to win on the road will come in August - almost a year to the day since their last away win at Bournemouth on the opening day of the 2015/16 season. Watford are in awful form and will be low in confidence following a Wembley defeat v Crystal Palace on Sunday, but we fancy them to beat Villa - they're decent value too!

    • • Watford have won just one of their last eight Premier League fixtures (v WBA).
    • • They have lost recent games at Vicarage Road against Leicester and Stoke.
    • • They have now lost five of their last seven league matches.

    • • Watford won 2-3 at Villa Park in November.
    • • Villa have just one win in eight trips to Vicarage Road.

    • • Relegated Villa have lost 10 league matches in a row.
    • • They have lost five aways on the bounce, their most recent three without scoring.
    • • Their last away win? At Bournemouth on August 8th.

  • Saturday 30 April 2016, 15:00

    Home: West Brom 4.003/1
    Draw 3.505/2
    Away: West Ham 12.0011/1

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    West Brom v West Ham

    WF Bet
    The away win is 2.3 at Betway.

    West Ham are decent value to keep their European dreams alive with a win at the Hawthorns this weekend, a ground where the home side have lost each of their last two. Out of form Watford and Norwich have both won in West Bromwich recently, and a West Ham side who have gone unbeaten at the King Power, Stamford Bridge and Goodison in their last few aways will be eyeing up the three points in their bid to secure a top six finish.

    • • West Brom are without a win in six, losing four, but did manage to earn a point at White Hart Lane on Monday night.
    • • They have lost their last two at the Hawthorns 0-1, v Norwich and Watford.
    • • Previously they had won four in six on home soil.

    • • The sides drew 1-1 at Upton Park in November.
    • • The Hammers won 1-2 at the Hawthorns last season.

    • • West Ham have lost just one in 12 league matches, v Southampton in February.
    • • They have now drawn four of their last five.
    • • Three of their last four away matches have ended 2-2.

  • Saturday 30 April 2016, 15:00

    Home: Newcastle 2.6213/8
    Draw 3.505/2
    Away: Crystal Palace 4.2016/5

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    Newcastle v Crystal Palace

    WF Bet
    The home win is 1.95 at BetVictor.

    A huge game in the relegation race. A repeat of November's 5-1 win for Palace would all but end Newcastle's season, especially if Norwich and/or Sunderland can pick up points in their respective games against Arsenal and Stoke. For two sides down towards the bottom of the table, both Newcastle and Palace have started to put in some decent performances of late. Newcastle battered Swansea a fortnight ago (3-0) and have since picked up points against Man City and Liverpool. Palace won against fellow strugglers Norwich earlier this month, and have also earned points against in-form West Ham, Arsenal and Everton. A close game, but the home support to edge it for Newcastle.

    • • Newcastle are unbeaten in three at St James’, winning once against Swansea.
    • • They will be in their best form of the season if they avoid defeat against Palace, they will be four matches unbeaten.
    • • They scored twice in the second half at Anfield last time out to earn a point (2-2).

    • • Palace won the reverse fixture 5-1 in November.
    • • They are without a win in six trips to the North East, their last came in 1998.

    • • Palace are without a win away from home since December, 1-2 v Stoke.
    • • They have gone unbeaten at the Emirates and Upton Park in their last two aways - two good results.
    • • They have scored two goals in three of their last four away matches.

  • Saturday 30 April 2016, 17:30

    Home: Arsenal 1.292/7
    Draw 6.5011/2
    Away: Norwich 13.0012/1

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    Arsenal v Norwich

    WF Bet
    Arsenal win to nil is 2.15 at BetVictor.

    We can only see this going one way, unfortunately for Norwich. They have an atrocious record away at Arsenal and an even worse one away from home this season with 11 defeats in their last 13 trips away from East Anglia. The Canaries need the points desperately, but face the toughest run in out of that struggling trio of Newcastle and Sunderland. The Gunners have dropped points at the Emirates against Swansea and Palace, but we cannot see the same happening on Saturday, regardless of how much fight Norwich show. Very little value in the home win, so we've gone for the win to nil considering Alex Neil's side have failed to score in eight of their last 11 away matches.

    • • Arsenal have dropped points against strugglers Sunderland, Palace and Swansea since early March.
    • • Chelsea and Swansea are the only teams to win at the Emirates since August.
    • • They have won just 3/9 league matches.

    • • Norwich have conceded 3+ goals on their last 5 trips to face Arsenal away from home.
    • • The Canaries did managed to hold the Gunners to a 1-1 draw at Carrow Road in November however.

    • • Norwich have lost 10 of their last 14 PL matches.
    • • Their only away win since Christmas came at the Hawthorns in March (0-1).
    • • They have lost at Palace, Swansea, Villa and Bournemouth without scoring recently.

  • Sunday 1 May 2016, 12:00

    Home: Swansea 3.2011/5
    Draw 3.505/2
    Away: Liverpool 2.407/5

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    Swansea v Liverpool

    WF Bet
    The away win is a tempting 2.2 at BetVictor.

    Liverpool have won recent away matches at struggling Bournemouth, Villa, Norwich and Palace, and we fancy them to get what would be their fifth win in seven aways against a Swansea side who have just been tonked 3-0 at struggling Newcastle and 4-0 against league leaders Leicester.

    • • Swansea will be in their worst form since December if they lose v Liverpool – it would be their third straight defeat.
    • • They have won their last three at the Liberty 1-0, v Chelsea, Villa and Norwich.
    • • Gylfi has scored 4 of their last 7 goals from Midfield.

    • • Liverpool have enjoyed the better H2H record with 6 wins in 7 against the Swans (all comps).
    • • However, they have just one win in four trips to South Wales since the Swans were promoted in 2011 – it came thanks to a deflected goal from Jordan Henderson last season.

    • • Liverpool gifted a point to strugglers Newcastle last time out (2-2) after leading 2-0 at HT.
    • • Previously they had won 2/2 at Anfield scoring 8 against Everton and Stoke.
    • • They do have a decent away record recently with wins at Norwich, Palace, Villa and Bournemouth – all sides in poor form – they should find it tougher against Swansea who have been decent at home.

  • Sunday 1 May 2016, 14:05

    Home: Man United 2.1523/20
    Draw 3.505/2
    Away: Leicester 3.9029/10

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    Man United v Leicester

    WF Bet
    The home win is 2.1 at bet365.

    Taking absolutely nothing away from Leicester, their game at Old Trafford on Sunday will be their first real test since an away trip to the Emirates in February - a game which they lost 2-1. The Foxes have had a very favourable run over the last 10 matches, a run which has included fixtures against the likes of strugglers Newcastle, Norwich, Sunderland, Swansea and Palace. A Foxes win would seal the club's first Premier League title following Spurs' draw against West Brom on Monday, but they will be in for a tough afternoon against a Man Utd side who have such a strong home record - winning six in six. LVG's men will also be high in confidence following a win at Wembley in the FA Cup Semi Final over Everton last weekend.

    • • United are coming together, winning six in eight PL fixtures.
    • • They will be in their best form of the season with a win over Leicester following 6 straight wins in all comps.
    • • They have won six in six at Old Trafford, conceding in just one – 3-2 v Arsenal.

    • • Leicester drew 1-1 at the King Power v Utd in November, but lost 3-1 at OT last season.
    • • Leicester have scored seven goals in three H2H’s against United.

    • • Leicester have won three in three aways without conceding and won five in seven on the road overall.
    • • They have won at both Man City and Spurs in 2016.
    • • A 4-0 win over Swansea on Sunday put them 8 points clear ahead of Spurs who could only draw against West Brom on Monday.