With the gap between leaders Chelsea and nearest challengers Manchester City standing at five points, they meet in a vital encounter at Stamford Bridge, one which could go some way to deciding who will be lifting the coveted Premier League trophy in May.
Despite suffering the embarrassment of conceding four goals to lose at home to League One Bradford City in the FA Cup, the hosts undoubtedly come into this in better form, and with t...More
Manchester United will be looking to get back on track at home by gaining revenge over struggling Leicester City, who won 5-3 in a stunning reverse fixture in September.
The loss to top four rivals Southampton ended an unbeaten run at home which had lasted since the opening day of the season, although United did recover well with an eventually comfortable win at Queens Park Rangers.
But manager Louis van Gaal was less than happy aft...More
Liverpool can leapfrog West Ham United in the race for a top-four finish if they can claim victory when the two sides meet at Anfield on Saturday.
Despite some terrific attacking play in two cup competitions, Liverpool have only scored once since their last Premier League outing at Aston Villa. Either side of a frustrating goalless draw with Bolton Wanderers in the FA Cup, they more than matched Chelsea in both legs of their Capital ...More
Sunderland take on Burnley in what is set to be a tense encounter in the North East as it brings together the two sides immediately above the bottom three.
Manager Gustavo Poyet has recently acknowledged that the Black Cats are not connecting with the club’s supporters, and he will be all too aware that his side must produce better here than in their last two home outings against Liverpool and Fulham, both of which saw the team booed...More
Tony Pulis will be hoping to extend his unbeaten start as West Bromwich Albion Head Coach as they welcome Champions League hopefuls Tottenham to the Hawthorns.
The manner in which the Baggies went about their business and earned a hard-fought goalless draw at Everton in their last league outing was far from pretty, but it was effective enough to lift them a further point clear of danger and closer to mid-table security.
Queens Park Rangers will be desperate that their miserable run of away defeats will come to an end at Stoke City, who can move up into ninth place with a win.
After what was without doubt their worst display of the season at Arsenal on January 11, Stoke have responded well, with a commanding victory at Leicester City coming before they racked up four in a potentially tricky FA Cup tie away to Rochdale.
But it turned out to be a bitt...More
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