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English Premier League: Gameweek 14 Preview

Champions Liverpool lead the way going into this weekend's action

Gameweek 14 of the Premier League action promises to offer another exciting round of matches as Arsenal take on Everton, Tottenham battle Leicester City and Manchester United and Leeds renew their age-old rivalry.

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Saturday 19 December

Crystal Palace 47/10
Draw 7/2
Liverpool 5/10

Crystal Palace are the last time to beat Liverpool at Anfield in the Premier League. A brace from Christian Benteke gave the Eagles a 2-1 victory in the 2016/17 season, but since that shock result, Jurgen Klopp's men have gone on to win every meeting with the London club – that’s six wins in a row. Back the champions to come away with all three points.

Southampton 52/10
Draw 38/10
Manchester City 9/20

Southampton have made an impressive start to the season, but they’ve struggled to punch above their weight, with Tottenham and Manchester United leaving St Mary's with all three points. Manchester City should prove too strong for the Saints.

Everton 29/20
Draw 49/20
Arsenal 37/20

After a brilliant start, Carlo Ancelotti's Everton have struggled to maintain their early season form. As for Arsenal, they look a shadow of the side we were watching just a few short months ago. The Gunners haven’t won on their last two trips to Goodison Park, drawing one and losing the other. Back Everton on the Win/Draw Double Chance at 4/10.

Newcastle United 29/20
Draw 22/10
Fulham 2/1

Newcastle United have been inconsistent and that is clearly evident in their mid-table placement. Luckily for the Magpies, they have the privilege of facing a sorry Fulham side, struggling to adapt to life back in the top-flight. The home win is tipped.

Sunday 20 December

Brighton 7/10
Draw 26/10
Sheffield United 17/4

Brighton have been struggling in the Premier League but Graham Potter's side have shown plenty of promise. The same can't be said of bottom-of-the-log Sheffield United who have made the worst start of any team in the top-flight's modern era. Chris Wilder has a mountain of work before him if he’s to move this side away from the relegation zone. The home win is the way to go.

Tottenham 21/20
Draw 26/10
Leicester City 5/2

Tottenham have enjoyed an excellent start to the current campaign with Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg turning out to be one of the buys of the season, while the partnership between Harry Kane and Son Heung-min has never looked more potent. Leicester City have also been impressive, particularly away from home where they’ve beaten Manchester City, Arsenal and Leeds United. Spurs are expected to win, but play it safe and take Both Teams to Score at 13/20. 

Manchester United 13/20
Draw 32/10
Leeds United 36/10

Manchester United and Leeds will renew their age-old rivalry this weekend. The Red Devils and the Whites have a lot of shared history, with their meetings always proving eventful. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have blown hot and cold this season, while even the ever-reliable Bruno Fernandes has had some inconsistent performances. Leeds United have become the neutral's favourite with their exciting brand of attacking football. Avoid picking a winner here and take Both Teams to Score at 11/20.

West Brom 26/10
Draw 11/4
Aston Villa 19/20

It has been a tough return to the top flight for West Brom, to say the least, and manager Slaven Bilic will be hoping to put some much-needed points on the board. Aston Villa’s incredible early season form has dipped massively in recent weeks, but their away record remains impressive. Back the away win.

Monday 21 December

Burnley 51/20
Draw 21/10
Wolves 5/4

It’s been a dire start to the season for Burnley, and Sean Dyche will be desperate to pull off a statement victory over Wolves as they seek to move away from the danger zone. As for Nuno Espirito Santo's side, they’ll be aiming to avoid a fourth defeat on the road as they look to secure European football next season. Since Wolves' return to the top flight in 2018, three of their four meetings with Burnley have ended in draws. I’m predicting another stalemate.

Chelsea 9/20
Draw 38/10
West Ham 11/2

Chelsea look like serious title contenders, with all their new signings showing they have settled in quickly, while the likes of Mason Mount and Reece James have significantly improved from last season. West Ham completed the double over Frank Lampard’s side last term and they’ll fancy their chances of another upset. But the Blues are a completely different side now and they should see off their London rivals.

TREBLE @ 5/1
Newcastle Win 29/20
Tottenham vs Leicester BTTS 13/20
Man United vs Leeds BTTS 11/20

Written by Chad