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Premier League Predictions > Mar 11th - 15th

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The next batch of Premier League fixtures are here with their odds available to view. Arsenal have retained their 5-point lead over Manchester City at the top of the table after their dramatic 3-2 win over Bournemouth on the weekend. That victory has now made it 4 league wins on the bounce for Mikel Arteta's men. Manchester United and Tottenham both suffered losses to let Liverpool back into the Champions League qualification conversation. Newcastle were unable to capitalise on it though having also experienced defeat to continue their winless run. Consistency is lacking further down the table with Aston Villa being the only team that have won more than a single league game in a row. Leicester have now lost 3 league games in a row and it means there's just 3 points separating 20th and 15th in the table. It's getting very unpredictable right now so we need all of your thoughts to give ourselves the best chance of beating the bookies! :ok

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Leicester City vs Chelsea



Leicester City

Doubtful: Harvey Barnes (23/8 m), Jonny Evans (9/0 d, probably in)

Out (injuries/other): Victor Kristiansen (4/0 d), Youri Tielemans (23/3 m), Ryan Bertrand (0/0 d), James Justin (14/0 d)

Suspended: -



Doubtful: Cesar Azpilicueta (19/0 d, captain), Raheem Sterling (19/4 f, probably out), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (12/1 f, probably out)

Out (injuries/other): Reece James (11/1 d, illness), Mason Mount (23/3 m), Thiago Silva (21/0 d), Edouard Mendy (9/0 g), Armando Broja (12/1 f), N'Golo Kante (2/0 m)

Suspended: -


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Overall Stats
Leicester City
12 home games
13 away games
1.3 Goals scored per game 0.8
1.2 Goals conceded per game 1.3
25% Clean sheets 31%
50% Team scored 62%
42% Team scored twice 15%
33% Scored in both halves 15%
33% Goal in both halves 46%
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Crystal Palace vs Manchester City

Crystal Palace will be hoping to return to winning ways here following a 1-0 Premier League defeat in their last game at the hands of Aston Villa. It was their tenth straight game where the Eagles failed to taste a win. Fewer than three goals per match were seen in 5 of the last six fixtures in which Crystal Palace has been a participant. In terms of the goal weighting from this period, opposing sides scored a total of 5 while Crystal Palace got themselves 3. There aren't many personnel worries, with just a single fitness concern for the Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira to be concerned with from an otherwise fully-primed set of players. Nathan Ferguson (Achilles tendon problems) is sidelined.

Manchester City will go into this game following a 2-0 Premier League win with the eclipse of Newcastle United in their previous fixture. They are still chasing the Gunners, who are five points ahead of the defending champions. A run of committed performances from the Manchester City defenders has seen the number of goals they've conceded, amounting to 4 from their past six clashes combined. During the same time, their forwards scored 14. Due to a completely injury-free squad available to select from, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola does not have any fitness concerns to report ahead of this game.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction                                                                            

The visitors have a much better momentum than their rivals, and they are firm favorites in this encounter. We expect Manchester City to meet expectations and celebrate a comfortable victory at Selhurst Park.

Goals Market Prediction

Crystal Palace has had trouble finding the back of the opponent's net recently, and Manchester City could keep the clean sheet. We don't see the hosts scoring in this encounter.

Manchester City AH -1.5 @ 2.12

BTTS No @ 1.72

Correct score 0:3 @ 8.50

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Fulham vs Arsenal

Fulham will want a better result here following a 3-2 Premier League loss in their previous game against Brentford. The Cottagers are 7th, three points behind the fifth-placed Liverpool. Fulham hasn't had any problems with scoring, hitting the target in one hundred percent of their last six games. They have hit an aggregate of 11 during that period while seeing the number of goals scored against them stand at 6. However, the hosts have not registered a win against Arsenal in their previous nine league games. Tom Cairney (Ankle Injury), Layvin Kurzawa (Sideband tear), and Neeskens Kebano (Achilles tendon rupture) are unavailable for Fulham manager Marco Silva. João Palhinha is ineligible for this match because of suspension.

Arsenal goes into this clash after a 3-2 Premier League win with the downing of Bournemouth in their previous match. A great turnaround boosted their confidence and kept a five-point advantage over Manchester City. Over the course of their last six clashes, Arsenal has amassed a total of 14 goals. The Gunners have additionally got on the scoresheet in every single one of those games. During those fixtures, they've had eight goals go into their net. Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has to choose from a squad with some fitness concerns. Mohamed Elneny (Knee Injury) and Gabriel Jesus (Knee Injury) are not able to play.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

It is going to be an exciting game between two London rivals. The visitors are in better form, and we think they will pick up all three points to help them in the title race.

Goals Market Prediction

Arsenal's defense hasn't been too disciplined lately, while Fulham has been pretty productive in front of the opponent's goal. Therefore, we see both teams scoring at Craven Cottage in this clash. 

Arsenal to Win @ 1.60

BTTS Yes @ 1.88

Correct score 1:2 @ 6.80

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