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Chelsea to beat Queen Park Rangers
Having dropped just four points in nine games – both away from home in Manchester – Chelsea are most people’s title favourites and can make it five straight Stamford Bridge three pointers with victory over local rivals QPR.
Rangers might have enjoyed a much-needed win at home to hapless Aston Villa last time out, but that was at Loftus Road where the Super Hoops have perennially done their best work.
Outside of W12, Harry Redknapp’s side have an appalling record, losing eight and drawing one of their last nine top-flight away fixtures stretching back to their last Premier League campaign.
The R’s have scored only once in the last seven games of that sequence and have failed to procure a single point from their four trips this term.
Arsenal to beat Burney
Burnley’s tough start to their second Premier League season shows no sign of abating with a trip to Arsenal next on the agenda.
The Clarets haven’t been victorious in any of their nine matches since winning promotion from the Championship and prop up the rest of the Premier League with just four points to their name.
Results are getting worse, as three losses and 12 goals conceded in four games shows and they should get little joy against a Gunners side well versed in seeing off the division’s lesser lights.
Last term no side won more points against the teams in the bottom half than Arsenal’s total of 53, which included 17 wins and just one defeat in 20 fixtures.
The Gunners are unbeaten in 22 league games at the Emirates and haven’t lost to a newly-promoted side in 14 encounters.
Liverpool to beat Newcastle
Newcastle’s spike in fortunes of late has come mainly on the road, where they have beaten Tottenham and Manchester City as well as gained a point against Swansea.
Despite the win at Leicester in their last St James’ Park outing, their record on Tyneside throughout 2014 is terrible, with Alan Pardew’s side losing seven of the 13 fixtures played in front of the Geordie faithful.
Liverpool have won eight of the last 12 meetings and can expect to improve on their eight away league goals, a posting only three sides can better, given they have scored a record 84 goals against the Magpies during the Premier League era.