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Hull have been losing at both half time and full time in 5 of their last 7 away matches
Hull City have a great opportunity to put some light between themselves and the bottom three this weekend and take a giant leap towards survival with just 4 games to go. The problem is that their away form is in complete contrast to the home form that has given them a chance of survival. Hull have lost 14 of their last 15 away matches in the Premier League.
The two nearest teams to Hull, Swansea and Middlesborough face away trips to Manchester United and Manchester City. Assuming they both lose, Hull have the opportunity to be 5 points clear of the bottom 3 with a win. Michael Dawson is expected to make a return to the lineup for Hull, and Oumar Niasse had his red card against Watford overturned so is available.
Question marks will be asked of Southampton’s motivation for this match, as they do not have much to play for. They are coming off the back of defeats against Manchester City and Chelsea, shipping 7 goals in the process. Nathan Redmond is expected to make a return to the side and Sofiane Boufal likely to miss out after picking up a knock against Chelsea. McCarthy, van Dijk, McQueen, Targett and Austin remain injured.
Suggested bet: Southampton Win Half Time/Full Time @ 8/5 (Ladbrokes)
Burnley have failed to win their last 17 away matches
Burnley should survive relegation and it is likely that they have done enough to do so thanks to their home form helping them pick up the majority of their points tally this season. But they face an uphill battle to get the points this weekend away to a resurgent Crystal Palace side. This is made even more difficult by the fact Burnley haven’t won away from home in a long time. In fact, even Burnleys home form hasn’t been the greatest of late. They are on a run of just one win in the last 11 league matches. Following his controversial ban, Burnley will be without midfielder Joey Barton who has been banned for 18 months. Ben Mee, Sam Vokes and Scott Arfield are also unlikely to be fit.
Crystal Palace have been in remarkable form recently, and their midweek loss to title chasing Tottenham was their first home defeat since the start of February. Unfortunately, Liverpool loanee Mamadou Sakho will miss the rest of the season after being stretchered off in the match against Tottenham. With Scott Dann and James Tompkins also injured, Damien Delaney is expected to be the man to replace Sakho. Yohan Cabaye was rested against Tottenham and should make a return to the side to face Tottenham. Patrick van Aanholt is also another that could make a return.
Suggested bet: Crystal Palace to win @ 5/6 (William Hill)
Everton have won their last 8 home matches
Everton know that anything less than a win will make achieving a top 6 finish this season quite unlikely. They sit just two points off of Arsenal in 6th place but Arsenal also have two games in hand. Following a hit and miss start to the season, Ronald Koeman has implemented his ideas and Everton have emerged as a force in the second half of the season. They have now lost just 2 of their last 17 Premier League matches. They also have a score to settle against Chelsea, who beat them 5-0 in the reverse fixture. Everton are likely to remain unchanged, with Gareth Barry the only player who may force himself into the starting line up.
Chelsea go into this game knowing that it is the toughest fixture they have left. Tottenham remain on their tails, and this match will go a long way to determining the title. Should Chelsea lose and Tottenham win, the gap will be cut to just one point. Chelsea have no injury concerns and Conte has a fully fit team to choose from for this important fixture.
Suggested bet: 2-2 Correct Score @ 14/1 (Bet365)
Tottenham have won their last 12 home matches
Tottenham continued their impressive winning streak in the Premier League, which they extended to 8 wins in a row against Crystal Palace on Wednesday. Time is running out, and the game against Arsenal is a must win match for them. It is also significantly the last North London Derby at White Hart Lane so will be particularly important for everyone connected with the club. Harry Kane will be looking forward to this fixture, and has a particularly good record against Arsenal scoring 5 goals in his last 4 fixtures against them. While Harry Winks, Erik Lamela and Michel Vorm remain out, Danny Rose is close to a return and could start the match. Mousa Dembele is a slight doubt after picking up a knock against Palace.
Arsene Wenger has turned things around slightly with three wins on the bounce, and will be relishing the opportunity to derail Tottenham’s title bid. However he will have to help his side overcome the poor away form that has seen them win just twice in their last 9 away fixtures. They aren’t helped by injuries to Shkodran Mustafi and Laurent Koscielny who are both doubts for the fixture, which means Rob Holding is likely to play.
Suggested bet: Tottenham 2-1 Kane Anytime @ 25/1 (Bet Victor)
Swansea have been losing at both half time and full time in their last 3 away matches
Things are looking perilous for Swansea and relegation beckons unless they can muster a miraculous end to the season. Swansea have lost their last 6 away matches, and there aren’t many more difficult places to go than Old Trafford when Jose Mourinho is desperate for a win. They will have gained some confidence from their 2-0 victory over Stoke, though which was their first victory after a run of 6 games without a win.
Jose Mourinho will point to his team’s lack of goals at home as the reason for not doing better this season. But 7 goals in their last 3 Premier League games will have him hoping they have turned a corner on that front as his team hunts a top 4 finish.
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