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Sky Sports have got it all covered, so there’s not even the arduous task of changing channels to contend with as the action unfolds, starting at Turf Moor.
Burnley to beat West Brom @ 81/50
With the top seven teams in the Premier League to come in the next eight games, the significance of taking all three points off visiting West Brom will be fully understood by Sean Dyche and his men.
A win is paramount to the Clarets’ survival hopes and although Tony Pulis will be sure to set the Baggies up in pragmatic fashion, there’s reason to believe the hosts can break through the armoury.
Burnley have won two of their last four at Turf Moor and were 2-0 to the good before allowing a remarkable Crystal Palace comeback to unfold, while West Brom haven’t won away in six league matches and were pretty lifeless when taken apart by Tottenham last time out.
Over 2.5 goals: Newcastle v Stoke @ 11/10
Only two points separate these mid-table sides which is one of the reasons predicting the result is a tricky task, especially as Newcastle have won, drawn and lost their last three at home.
Therefore goals are the currency to deal in and over 2.5 to be precise. The Magpies have notched seven over their last three at St James’ Park, before sticking another three past Hull on the road last time out.
Meanwhile Stoke have scored seven in their last two games, albeit four of those came against Rochdale in the FA Cup, though chasing a fourth straight win in all competitions confidence will be coursing through the Potters.
Manchester United: Double Chance v West Ham @ 1/4
The price tells you most of what you need to know about United avoiding defeat against a West Ham side whose sheen is starting to dull after one league win in their last five.
Liverpool were convincing 2-0 winners over the injury-affected Irons at Anfield last time, while the Red Devils have not tasted defeat against their east-London counterparts in 12 top-flight clashes, winning 11 of those.