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Brighton vs Manchester United – away win
Brighton may not be mathematically safe but they are more or less there and it wouldn’t be a huge surprise if they take their foot off the gas.
With United bringing the likes of Lukaku (72 points) and Lingard (68 points) leading the front line, it’ll most likely be them who will finish Friday night with three points in the bag.
Stoke City vs Crystal Palace – away win
Stoke are fighting for their lives and Paul Lambert will be desperately hoping that Shaqiri can inspire a home win.
However, with the likes of Zaha (49 points) in rank, it may well be an away win on the cards for Palace.
AFC Bournemouth vs Swansea City – draw
Two teams with two draws and three defeats in their last five games – these are two teams for whom the season is going out with a sizzle rather than a bang, to the detriment of the Swans more than the Cherries.
Though the likes of Defoe (four goals) or Ibe (29 points) make the home side marginal favourites, a stalemate at the Vitality would not be too surprising given the circumstances.
Leicester City vs West Ham United – home win
Neither team comes into this in great form, with both sides having suffered painful defeats last time out.
However, with Vardy in the side and in front of his home crowd – you can expect him to add to his 17 goals and inspire a home victory.
Watford vs Newcastle United – away win
Newcastle have been resurgent since a successful January window and Rafa Benitez should take a lot of plaudits for this.
With Dwight Gayle proving a valuable creative outlet (23 points and five goals), they should be able to see out an inconsistent Watford as they look to finish the season strong.
West Bromwich Albion vs Tottenham Hotspur – Away win
The Baggies have been a resilient unit since Moore took over, putting in a respectable end to an abject campaign.
However, with the likes of Harry Kane on the pitch, who has bagged 26 goals this campaign, it could well be a bridge too far.
Everton vs Southampton – home win
Fans may be off put by the unattractive style of play but it is hard to argue that Allardyce has worked wonders in stabilising the Goodison side.
With Rooney (35 points) and a rejuvenated Theo Walcott (28 points) in the squad, this could be yet another torrid time for relegation threatened Southampton
Manchester City vs Huddersfield Town – home win
There’s surely only one winner here, right?
City have been exceptional this season and the goal scoring form of the likes of Sterling (18 goals) or Sane (10 goals) should be enough to see them to hit a record tally of 96 league points.
Arsenal vs Burnley – home win
The Gunners are a force to be reckoned with at home and this will likely prove a real test for their visitors.
As much as Burnley are strong, the likes of Mkhitaryan, who has three goals and nine assists this season, should be enough to see them ease to victory.
Chelsea vs Liverpool – draw
Two teams seemingly on a collision course for a scrap for the fourth Champions League spot, Chelsea need to win this one if they are to truly apply the pressure on Liverpool.
With an abundance of quality on both sides (Hazard has 80 points and Salah 172) it really is too tough to call a winner here.
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