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Arsenal vs Swansea

Three games without a win for the Gunners has led many to call into question their title credentials and pressure will surely mount on manager Arsene Wenger if he fails to deliver the title to the Emirates this year. Arsenal’s susceptibility to the European hangover was evident from their poor performance at Old Trafford on […]

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Norwich vs Chelsea

The midweek fixture this week sees Guus Hiddink’s resurgent Chelsea side travel to Carrow Road. Their opponents, Norwich, will still be reeling from a heartbreaking last minute defeat to title hopefuls Leicester, which made it an unwanted streak of eight games without a win for the canaries. Chelsea will take confidence not only from this […]

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Sunderland vs Crystal Palace

Since the FA Cup victory at White Hart Lane Crystal Palace have returned to their Premier League slump with an abominable first half display at the Hawthorns. Their defeat to West Brom means the Eagles extend an awful run of form which has seen them without a win in the Premier League since a victory […]

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West Brom vs Crystal Palace

One point from their last three league games against Bournemouth, Swansea and Watford sees Crystal Palace languishing 13th in the Premier League and in desperate need of a Premier League win. Fans around Selhurst Park, will be hoping, however, that Saturday’s confidence boosting victory at White Hart Lane in the FA Cup will mark a […]

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Southampton vs Chelsea

Two 5-1 humblings of Manchester City and Newcastle United in their most recent domestic outings will no doubt put some air back into the deflated egos of many Blue’s fans after what can only be described as a catastrophic season for their club. Although Chelsea’s hopes of League glory sank long ago, some excitement yet […]

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West Ham vs Sunderland

This week West Ham welcome the return of Big Sam Allardyce back to Upton Park, who brings with him a Sunderland squad gathering momentum for what promises to be a fascinating relegation scrap. Luckily for fans of the Hammers, relegation is not a concern this year and ambitious talk around the Boleyn ground focuses on […]

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Manchester United vs Arsenal

After a frustrating draw to Hull and a tough defeat in the midweek fixture against Barcelona at the Emirates, Arsenal will be hoping to return to winning ways at Old Trafford as they face a somewhat improved Manchester United. Two victories this week in the FA Cup and the Europa League have, too some extent, […]

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Tottenham vs Swansea

As we look ahead to the weekend’s fixture at White Hart Lane and the arrival of a much improved Swansea City, it is difficult to find anything but praise for the work of Mauricio Pochettino and his team. Tottenham enter this fixture off the back of five straight domestic league victories compounded by positive performances […]

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London at the Six Nations: 3 To Watch

Jamie Roberts: Harlequins After becoming one of the world’s highest paid players on £380,000 a year at Harlequins, Queen’s College Cambridge student and qualified doctor Jamie Roberts has had a fine Six nations thus far with Wales. Starting with a phenomenal defensive performance against Ireland, where he made 21 tackles yet was somehow denied the […]