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  • Sheffield United v West Ham
    Sheffield United v West Ham London sides have lost their last seven Premier League matches against Sheff Utd at Bramall Lane, while West Ham have won only one of their last 10 fixtures in Yorkshire (D3 L6)
  • Crystal Palace v Arsenal
    Crystal Palace v Arsenal The Eagles are unbeaten in three league meetings with Arsenal (W1 D2) and can go four without defeat for the first time, but the Gunners have lost only one of their last 14 away league matches at Palace (W7 D6)
  • Chelsea v Burnley
    Chelsea v Burnley After winning at Burnley in the reverse fixture, Chelsea can do the double over the Clarets for the first time since 2009/10
  • Everton v Brighton
    Everton v Brighton The home side have never lost in the five Premier League meetings between Everton and Brighton, with the Toffees winning both matches at Goodison Park and Brighton never winning at Everton in any competition
  • Leicester v Southampton
    Leicester v Southampton Since losing 9-0 to Leicester on 25 October, Southampton have conceded only 13 goals in 11 matches - during that period only Liverpool, with seven, and Leicester, with 11, have let in fewer
  • Man Utd v Norwich City
    Man Utd v Norwich City Manchester United have lost three of their last five matches against teams starting the day in the relegation zone (W1 D1). They were defeated 2-0 at Watford in December in their last match against the bottom club
  • Wolves v Newcastle United
    Wolves v Newcastle United Newcastle United head coach Steve Bruce is aiming to claim victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers with a seventh different club
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool
    Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool Liverpool have lost only one of their last six Premier League visits to Tottenham Hotspur, although Spurs have won six of their last 10 league home fixtures against sides starting the day top of the table
  • AFC Bournemouth v Watford
    AFC Bournemouth v Watford Seven of the nine Premier League meetings between these sides have finished level. That ratio of 78 per cent is the highest of any fixture to be played more than twice in the competition
  • Aston Villa v Man City
    Aston Villa v Man City Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has scored six goals in his last four Premier League starts against Aston Villa and, since August 2011, no player has more goals against promoted teams than the Argentinian's 31