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Week 12 (EPL) Fixtures and Analyses:

man-u-vs-arsenalMan United vs Arsenal is undoubtedly the biggest match of week 12. (Pic: Reuters)

Man United vs Arsenal: the Red Devils know they have Gunners password but Arsenal had not forgotten they demolished Man United with 3 unreplied goals last season and so they see Man United as a challenge that can be subdued and so they are motivated to the peak! I see a draw in this match but trust me the Gunners will expose the weakness of man United and make their heart race faster than Usain Bolt!

Man United win: 30%; Arsenal win 30% Draw: 40%

Sunderland vs Hull City: two weeks ago the Black Cats registered their first win this season big motivation there and Hull City triumphed over Southampton, nice! Hull City are tenants at No. 18 while Sunderland are at the bottom of the log. Nice pairing, right? Yeah but I find this game unpredictable!

Watford vs Leicester: Watford win: 30% Leicester win: 40%; Draw: 30%

Crystal palace vs Man City: the Eagles’ performance is highly unpredictable though they are not in-form at the moment but the two weeks break may camouflage their present form. Crystal Palace win: 20%; Man City win: 50%; draw: 30%

Everton vs Swansea City: Everton win 50% Swansea win: 30% Draw: 20%

Stoke City vs Bournemouth: the Potters are big entertainers and they are now in-form but the Cherries are struggling big time! Stoke City win: 40% Bournemouth win: 30% Draw; 30%

Southampton vs Liverpool: Liverpool are red-hot and the Saints are going out of form but this game may likely end in draw!

Tottenham vs West Ham: I see a very interesting game. If the Hammers are strategic enough they may cash in on the loopholes of Spurs to earn a draw maybe victory over Spurs.

Middlesborough vs Chelsea: tempted to bless Chelsea with the 3 points at stake but if Chelsea win they may not have clean-sheet victory.

West Brom vs Burnley: interesting pairing but I see West Brom having an edge.

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