2014/15 Super 6 Tips For Round 25

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Author: Tony MacDonald

Tags: 2016/17 Premier League

Published: 11:23 10/01/2015

Get the latest stats and form to assist your Super 6 picks ahead of the Round 25 matches taking place on Saturday 10th January 2015.

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Burnley v QPR
Last five Games in all competitions:
Burnley - LLDDD

The corresponding fixture for took place in the Championship last season where Burnely ran out 2-0 winners, while earlier this season QPR won 2-0 when the sides met at Loftus Road.

Neither side has been in particularly good form and Hoops are yet to pick up a single point away from home, but Burnley have been conceding as many as they've been scoring and this could be the week that Harry Redknapp's boys avoid defeat on the road.

Both sides had drawn their last two Premier Leage game prior to last week's FA Cup third round and could be about to cancel eachother out at Turf Moor.

Prediction - 1-1

Chelsea v Newcastle
Last five Games in all competitions:
Chelsea WWDLW
Newcastle LLWDL

Chelsea were comfortable 3-0 winners in this fixture last season and have not lost at home to Newcastle since 2011/12. However, the Magpies were the first side to defeat Jose Mourinho's side in this campaign when hanging on for a 2-1 win with 10 men at St James' Park in December.

The Blues will be eager to get back on track after slipping up away to Spurs and a professional performance is anticipated, while Newcastle are without a permanent manager and look to be struggling for form.

Chelsea are yet to lose at Stamford Bridge this season and Newcastle have not won away from home in the league since beating West Brom in November.

Prediction - 3-0

Everton v Man City

Last five Games in all competitions:
Everton - LLLLD
Man City - WWDWW

Football fans enjoyed great entertainment in a thrilling 2-3 victory for Man City in this fixture last year, but there were limited chances in the latest meeting which ended 1-0 to City at the Etihad.

The Toffees are on a barran run at the moment with no win in four league games and just tow since the beginning of November. By contrast Man City have done well to close the gap on Chelsea without a number of key players and head into this one with no defeat in eleven league matches.

Everton have failed to score in three of their last four Premier League outings and may try to contain the visitors, which could lead to a close game.

Prediction - 0-1

Leicester v Aston Villa

Last five Games in all competitions:
Leicester - LLWDW
Aston Villa - DLDDW

Aston Villa won their last Premier League game away to Leicester 0-5 in 2004 and were also victorious on their last trip to the King Power Stadium in the League Cup.

The Villans won 2-1 in the reverse fixture, but have been struggling for goals lately and have not found things easy on the road this season with just one win in the last eight Premier League away games.

Leicester's 5-3 victory over Man utd was their only win at home this season and they've drawn as many as they've lost of the remainder. Given that both sides have been struggling for wins, it could pay to sit on the fence in this one.

Prediction - 1-1

Swansea v West Ham

Last five Games in all competitions:
Swansea - WWLDW
West Ham - WLLDD

West Ham have failed to score on both of their previous visits to the Liberty Stadium including in the corresponding fixture last season which ended 0-0.

The Hammers won 3-1 in the reverse fixture, but have gone off the boil and are without a win since before Christmas. Swansea have been pretty solid at home this season, only losing twice, but are now without Wilfried Bony who is at the African Cup of Nations.

Sam Allardyce is a master at setting his side up for away days and I can see West Ham getting something out of the game.

Prediction - 1-1

West Brom v Hull

Last five Games in all competitions:
West Brom - LLLDWHull - LWLWL

West Brom beat Hull 3-2 in the League Cup earlier this season, but things were a lot more sedate in the 0-0 draw the sides played out at the KC Stadium in December, while last season's Premier League encounter at the Hawthorns ended 1-1.

Neither side is in any sort of form, but new managers often cause a spike in performance and Tony Pulis certainly had that effect at Crystal Palace last season. His main area of improvement was to tighten up the defence and he could employ a similar setup with the Baggies.

Remembering how difficult Stoke and Palace were to beat at home and taking into consideration that Hull have only won one of their last nine Premier League away games, a narrow West Brom win could be on the cards.

Prediction - 1-0

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