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West Ham vs Burnley, who will win?
The Hammers haven’t lost since their 3-0 defeat to Chelsea on December 21st, drawing two and winning one of their last three, which was a victory at Everton. As for Burnley, they’ve lost just one of their last six, which was a defeat to Leeds with wins over Arsenal, Leeds and Sheffield united in that spell.
Leeds vs Brighton, who will win?
Both these teams faced lower league opposition last time out in the FA Cup with varying degrees of success. Leeds were dumped out of the competition in spectacular fashion by Crawley while Brighton squeezed through against Newport on penalties, so it will be interesting to see how they react.
Aston Villa vs Everton, who will win?
Villa are one of the form teams in the Premier League, with three wins, two draws and a defeat in their last six Premier League outings. Everton, meanwhile, saw their run of four straight wins come to an end with defeat to West Ham last time out.
Aston Villa vs Everton, number of goals 1st half?
Everton have netted 14 times in the first period this season while Aston Villa have scored 10 times in the first 45 minutes.
Leicester vs Southampton, who will win?
Leicester 2-1 win over Newcastle made it four games without a loss for the Foxes as they continue their title challenge while Southampton come into this one on the back of a stunning win over Liverpool, just their second victory in their last six.
Sheffield Utd vs Tottenham, number of goals 1st half?
Not surprisingly, Sheffield United are rooted to the foot of the Premier League with just one win and five defeats from their last six, but Spurs have hardly been too impressive with their win over Leeds their only victory since they toppled Arsenal back on December 6.
Liverpool vs Man Utd, who will win?
The last time these two sides met here Liverpool were marching towards the Premier League title, but they don’t look to be at their very best this season. As for United, their six wins from seven away games has kept them in the title hunt and The Red Devils are unbeaten in their last six league matches in total.
Liverpool vs Man Utd, number of goals 1st half?
Hosts Liverpool have scored an average of 2.18 goals in 2020/21 with 1.06 of those coming in the first period and 1.12 in the second. Manchester United are averaging a slightly lower 2.06 goals per game – 0.81 in the first period and 1.25 in the second.
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