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  • Wolves v Leicester
    Wolves v Leicester Leicester City have a chance to complete a first hat-trick of away wins in the Premier League since April 2016
  • AFC Bournemouth v West Ham
    AFC Bournemouth v West Ham West Ham United need only a draw this weekend to match the away-points total of 14 they mustered in the whole of 2017/18
  • Liverpool v Crystal Palace
    Liverpool v Crystal Palace Sadio Mane has scored in three successive PL matches against Crystal Palace and has six strikes in total against them, more than against any other opponent
  • Man Utd v Brighton
    Man Utd v Brighton Paul Pogba can become only the second Manchester United player to score at least twice in three consecutive PL home matches, after Cristiano Ronaldo
  • Newcastle v Cardiff City
    Newcastle v Cardiff City Were Cardiff City to claim three points at St James' Park, it would be their first time to secure back-to-back top-flight away wins since 1957
  • Southampton v Everton
    Southampton v Everton A goal from Shane Long would make him only the fourth player from the Republic of Ireland to reach 50 in the PL, after Robbie Keane, Niall Quinn and Damien Duff
  • Watford v Burnley
    Watford v Burnley Burnley could become the first side to come from behind and win three successive PL matches since Arsenal’s run of four in March 2012
  • Arsenal v Chelsea
    Arsenal v Chelsea Chelsea are aiming to become only the third team to do the PL double over Arsenal for a fifth time. They would go level with Liverpool and Manchester United’s totals
  • Huddersfield v Man City
    Huddersfield v Man City Manchester City have scored 19 goals in their last three matches in all competitions, one more than Huddersfield Town have managed in their last 36 outings
  • Fulham v Spurs
    Fulham v Spurs Aleksandar Mitrovic could become the fourth player to score in his first four PL matches against Spurs, after Mark Bright, Ruud van Nistelrooy and Obafemi Martins