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Another big day of Premier League action takes place on Saturday and there are six encounters getting underway at 3pm.
As it has been for the last few weeks in the top flight, all the attention is on the fight for a top four place and the relegation battle and Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to move into a Champions League spot when they entertain Southampton at White Hart Lane.
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Spurs can move above Arsenal – who play in Saturday’s evening kick-off – and level with Chelsea with all three points here and it should be a game that Andre Villas-Boas’ men are winning comfortably.
However, Tottenham are sure to be nervous ahead of this one and with the Saints needing just one more point to move onto 40 for the campaign, they come to London with plenty to play for.
If at their best though, the hosts should take this one, especially if Gareth Bale gets on the ball in dangerous areas. Spurs are at 1/2 here.
Wigan Athletic are desperate for points at the bottom of the table as they sit in 18th position, five adrift of safety.
The Latics have a game-in-hand, but that counts for nothing if they don’t start winning matches and a victory is needed at West Bromwich Albion this Saturday.
This is the kind of game that Roberto Martinez’s men have won in years gone by, but it will be tough as the Baggies are extremely strong at home and come into this one on the back of a 3-0 win at Southampton.
Both like to play an attractive style of football, so this does make for an interesting encounter and a draw could be good value at 5/2.
Aston Villa stuck six past Sunderland on Monday evening and Paul Lambert returns to Norwich City for the second time since leaving in the summer this weekend.
The Villains have moved onto 37 points and Norwich are on 38, which shows you what a massive game this is.
Lambert’s men are in the better form right now and won 4-1 in the Capital One Cup at Carrow Road back in December, so betting on them taking the spoils here could prove to be popular as they are at 2/1.
Norwich have been struggling for goals recently, but they have to come out and attack in this one.
Elsewhere, Newcastle United – who aren’t yet safe as they are 37 points – make the tough trip to Upton Park to take on West Ham United.
The Magpies have been leaking goals at the back recently and take on a Hammers side that have a top ten finish in their sites, so this could be a tough afternoon for Alan Pardew at his former club.
Not many thought Manchester City would be playing games that didn’t mean a great deal at this stage of the season, but that seems to be the case for their trip to Swansea City on Saturday.
The Citizens in second place and six points clear of Chelsea in third, so Roberto Mancini can afford to have one eye on the FA Cup final later in the month here.
As for Swansea, it is now six games without a win for Michael Laudrup’s men and a defeat this weekend could mean they slip out of the top half.
Finally, Reading – who were relegated last weekend – head to a Fulham side on 40 points and in eleventh position. 14/1 on a 0-0 draw looks appealing here.
It should be another superb day of action in the Premier League.