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Watford v Leicester City (Saturday 12.30) – Ismaila Sarr
After beating league leaders Liverpool 3-0 at the end of February, Watford came crashing back down to earth when losing 1-0 to Crystal Palace. The Hornets teeter perilously above the drop zone, with only goal difference keeping them out of it. They’ll need a flying start to cause another upset here and Ismaila Sarr could be the man to get them off the mark.
Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (Saturday 15.00) – Jordan Ayew
Jordan Ayew scored the decisive goal for Crystal Palace against Brighton and then continued to impress when getting the game’s only goal against Watford. You wouldn’t bet against him continuing his fine form when the Eagles take on a Bournemouth outfit who are still flailing in the midst of a battle for Premier League survival.
Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal (Saturday 15.00) – Eddie Nketiah
While the Gunners’ scheduled game against Manchester City was called off in midweek, this one against Brighton looks to be going ahead as scheduled. Arsenal will be looking for their fourth consecutive Premier League win and Eddie Nketiah will be on the hunt for his fourth goal in seven games in all competitions.
Manchester City v Burnley (Saturday 15.00) – Raheem Sterling
Manchester City are in the driving seat in their Champions League tie with Real Madrid and will be buoyed further knowing Liverpool have been dumped out of the competition. They will be rested after the postponement of their game against the Gunners and will be confident here knowing the Clarets haven’t beaten them at home since 1963. Raheem Sterling will be a danger from the start.
Newcastle v Sheffield United (Saturday 15.00) – Miguel Almiron
Newcastle’s goalkeeper Martin Dubravka has been ruled out until April following a knee injury sustained during against Southampton last weekend. That victory over the Saints, though, will leave the Magpies pumped for this match in front of their home crowd and Miguel Almiron could get the opener to record his third goal in as many games.
Norwich v Southampton (Saturday 15.00) – Teemu Pukki
While Teemy Pukki’s goalscoring rate may have slowed down a little compared to his blistering start to the season, the Finnish forward still has 18 goals to his name for club and country. A visit from recently-beaten Southampton could prove a good opportunity for the Premier League strugglers and Pukki could get them off the mark.
Aston Villa v Chelsea (Saturday 17.30) – Mason Mount
Chelsea travel to Villa Park knowing that a few days later they have the very unlikely task of coming back from a three goal deficit in the Champions League at Bayern Munich. With that in mind, they will want to build some confidence and momentum in Birmingham and Blues’ wonderkid Mason Mount will be primed to grab the first goal of the game.
West Ham v Wolves (Sunday 14.00) – Sebastien Haller
Ten positions separate these two teams going into the matchweek with the home side hovering above the relegation zone. However, with the newly implemented 4-4-2 set-up since Michael Antonio’s return, the Hammers have looked more dangerous and Sebastien Haller is a man who always fares better with that traditional formation.
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United (Sunday 16.30) – Anthony Martial
Things seem to have gone from bad to worse, to terrible for Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United will have every intention of capitalising on the London club’s low morale. Anthony Martial scored three in three last month before notching again in the Manchester derby last time out and is prepped to put the Red Devils ahead here.
Everton v Liverpool (Monday 20.00) – Sadio Mane
There’s nothing like a local derby to get the goals flying in and the Merseyside derby is no exception. The clash at Anfield earlier in the season saw seven goals as the Reds won 5-2. Sadio Mane got Liverpool’s fourth that day and will have every intention of helping his club bounce back after their Champions League exit in midweek.