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Week 24 (EPL) Fixtures and Analyses

Stoke v Man UArchived match between Stoke City and Man United. The Potters add colour and spice to EPL. They are big entertainers.

Tonight’s Fixtures:

Norwich v Tottenham Hotspur: Spurs are the better side on paper and most likely on the pitch tonight. Norwich win: 20 per cent; Spurs win: 60 per cent; draw: 20 per cent.

Arsenal Vs Southampton: the Gunners didn’t forget Southampton beat them in the first leg; their visitors beat the Red Devils of recent as well and these variables may negatively impact and affect the hosts’ psyche but interesting it may ginger them.

All-in-all I don’t see the visitors beating their hosts. Arsenal win: 40 per cent; Southampton win: 40 per cent; Spoils-sharing: 20 per cent.

West Ham Vs Aston Villa: the Villans may likely surprise their hosts.

Sunderland Vs Man City: Man City had beaten Sunderland twice this season and beating them tonight I see as big deal. Don’t forget the Black Cats used to have the Citizens passwords but things have changed. Sunderland win: 40 per cent; Man City win: 40 per cent; drawn outcome: 20 per cent

Leicester Vs Liverpool: the Foxes host Liverpool who denied them 3 points some weeks back. Would they have their pound of flesh tonight? It actually depends on the mentality the Reds take to King Power Stadium.

Man United Vs Stoke City: I see the hosts being the captain of the ship at Old Trafford tonight. Though icebergs are scattered everywhere so the situation calls for calm, calculations and sensitivity but should the Red Devils fail to cash in on their opportunities the Potters may punish them for it. Man United win 45 per cent; Stoke City win: 40 per cent; drawn results: 15 per cent.

Crystal Palace Vs Bournemouth: I have no idea what the Eagles would do tonight; Bournemouth I equally find unpredictable.

West Brom Vs Swansea City: the tenants at No 14 are combating their next-door neighbours, Swansea (who found accommodation at No 15.) A crucial and decisive match indeed but I see the Baggies smiling at the end of 90 minutes but the Swans may prove me wrong, of course you know why. Relegation goose pimples and dramatic peak-performance!

Watford Vs Chelsea: Will this match turn out big? I see both teams more like equals!

Everton Vs Newcastle: Everton ‘delight’ in sharing of spoils than investing 3 points but will that be their undoing today?


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