Matt Le Tissier Makes His Super 6 Predictions For Round 41
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Southampton v Everton
The Toffees are in terrific form, winning eight of their last nine but I still feel we are capable of holding them to a draw. Saints have only lost one of their last 12 league clashes at St Mary’s against tomorrow’s opponents.
Stoke v Tottenham
Spurs have a good record against the Potters but Mark Hughes’ side have kicked on in the past few months, collecting 17 points from a possible 24. Moreover, they have kept clean sheets in 41% of their home fixtures this campaign.
Man Utd v Norwich
Despite recent events at Old Trafford, it is hard to see past a home victory. Norwich have not travelled at all well this season. In fact, they have taken fewer points away from home than other Premier League side this season.
Liverpool v Chelsea
The Reds are five points clear of Sunday’s visitors. Brendan Rodgers’ side have scored 33 goals in their last 10 league games. Their strikeforce is lethal and it’s expected to continue leading them once step closer to Premier League glory.
Crystal Palace v Man City
Man City have to win this if they are to keep the pressure on league-leaders Liverpool. The Eagles have not kept a clean sheet in any of their last 11 league meetings against the Citizens and their winning run has to end soon.
Arsenal v Newcastle
Newcastle have fallen apart in the second half of this season. They’ve lost nine of their last 12 league matches and trend is set to continue at Arsenal.
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