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MW26 preview: Triple hat-trick in sight for Everton

22 Feb 2017
Everton v Sunderland, 25 February

Why Romelu Lukaku will be relishing Sunderland test and more stats ahead of the weekend's matches

After Romelu Lukaku's 11-minute treble against Sunderland in September, Everton head into Matchweek 26 seeking a third hat-trick in the last four matches against Saturday's opponents.

There is also a promise of goals for Diego Costa and Gylfi Sigurdsson at Stamford Bridge, while Watford can achieve a Premier League first.  

Saturday 25 February

Chelsea v Swansea City

Chelsea v Swansea City, 25 February
Diego Costa has scored more PL goals against Swansea (seven) than any other opponent

Crystal Palace v Middlesbrough

Crystal Palace v Middlesbrough, 25 February
Crystal Palace can do a league double over Boro for the first time since 1992/93

Everton v Sunderland 

Everton v Sunderland, 25 February
An Everton player has scored a hat-trick in two of the last three PL meetings with Sunderland (Arouna Kone in November 2015 and Romelu Lukaku in September 2016)

Hull City v Burnley

Hull City v Burnley, 25 February
Burnley are unbeaten in their five PL matches against Hull (W4 D1), and their biggest PL away win was 4-1 at the KCOM Stadium in 2010

West Brom v AFC Bournemouth

West Brom v AFC Bournemouth, 25 February
Only Liverpool (2,932km) and Man City (2,873km) have run further as a team than West Brom this season (2,852km)

Watford v West Ham

Watford v West Ham, 25 February
Watford can achieve back-to-back league victories against West Ham for the first time

Sunday 26 February

Spurs v Stoke City

Spurs v Stoke City, 26 February
Dele Alli and Harry Kane have scored three goals each in their last two PL matches against Stoke

Monday 27 February

Leicester City v Liverpool

Leicester v Liverpool, 27 February
Liverpool have won more away matches against reigning PL champions than any other team (8)

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