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There are seven games coming from the Premier League on Saturday afternoon and once again, we are all set for a dramatic afternoon.
All seven encounters get underway at 3pm and Arsenal will be looking to ensure they stay in the top four with a win over Fulham at Craven Cottage.
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The Gunners drew 0-0 with Everton last time out and they have Tottenham Hotspur just two points behind them. Arsene Wenger’s men are playing some good football at the moment and with Fulham not winning any of their last three, the Frenchman is sure to be confident of a win here.
Arsenal are being offered at 3/4 to come out on top.
Everton are also in action on Saturday afternoon as they make the journey to Sunderland, who are going to be on a high after their win over Newcastle United last weekend.
The Toffees are four points away from the top four at the moment and with trips to Chelsea and Liverpool coming up, you feel as though they have to win this one.
It isn’t going to be easy though as the Black Cats played some excellent football at St James’ Park and the Stadium of Light is going to be rocking here as this is Paulo Di Canio’s first home game in charge of Sunderland.
With two teams desperate for points locking horns, this should be a cracker.
Norwich City play what looks to be their biggest game of the campaign this weekend as they entertain Reading at Carrow Road.
The Canaries aren’t in good form at the moment and they are in the relegation battle as they are just four points clear of the bottom three.
Chris Hughton knows that a home game against Reading is a must win, especially as the Royals are bottom of the table and ten points adrift of safety. A home win is at 3/4.
Stoke City are a point behind Norwich at this stage and they head to Queens Park Rangers on Saturday, who are level with Reading at the bottom of the Premier League.
Although QPR haven’t given up hope yet, you feel as though they are heading to the Championship and that this is a much bigger game for the Potters.
They put in another lacklustre performance against Manchester United last time out, so Tony Pulis might make a few chances here.
Wigan were unlucky to lose 1-0 at Manchester City on Wednesday night and they need a result at West Ham United this weekend as they are three points away from safety at this stage.
The Hammers are all but safe on 39 points, but as we know, this is the time of the year where Roberto Martinez’s men usually perform well and pick up results.
A Wigan win is at 12/5.
The other two matches on Saturday see West Bromwich Albion host a Newcastle United side that aren’t safe just yet and Swansea City lock horns with Southampton.
It should be another dramatic day of action.