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There are two games taking place in the Premier League and they both have the makings of being very good matches.
First up, Swansea City make the journey to North London to take on Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane in a fixture that the side from Wales has never won in the league.
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Both of these sides love to play fast-flowing, attacking football – which is why this should be a very entertaining 90 minutes.
Andre Villas-Boas will want a response from his players as they conceded two injury-time goals at Everton last time out, which saw them take no points and move out of the top four.
It also ended a run of three straight victories in the league, so it will be interesting to see if Spurs can bounce back – they’re available at 4/6 to take all three points
Gareth Bale is still out injured but Spurs can still count on a formidable attacking presence, strengthened by the return of Moussa Dembele, who will link up with Aaron Lennon and Clint Dempsey.
As for Swansea, they of course have happy memories of North London this season as they beat Arsenal 2-0 at the start of the month, although defeat against Norwich last week at the Liberty Stadium will have dampened their confidence.
Michael Laudrup knows his men are in for a tough afternoon, and could look to bring in Luke Moore or Danny Graham up front for the disappointing Itay Shechter, who failed to find the net against the Canaries and in the Swans’ midweek Capital One Cup victory over Middlesbrough.
Michu will once again provide the attacking impetus, with the Spaniard now the Premiership’s top goalscorer, and at 8/1 looks a little overpriced to score first considering he has bagged the first goal in each of the Swans previous two away trips.
Gerhard Tremmel will once again take his place between the posts as Michel Vorm is close to recovery.
The 4PM game sees West Bromwich Albion host West Ham United and neither of these two are in the best form right now.
West Brom have lost three in a row, which is their worst run of the campaign, so need to be pick up a win on home soil.
Despite these poor run of results, the Baggies are still level on points with fourth place and should still be delighted with their opening 16 games of this term.
West Ham have now lost three in their last four and slipped out of the top half for the first time this season.
Sam Allardyce’s men are seven points clear of the drop zone, which is a comfortable, but far from an unassailable lead. They look to be a strong outfit, but need to keep picking up points in matches like this one and West Brom could come just at the right time for the Hammers, considering they’ve come up against Tottenham, Man Utd, Chelsea & Liverpool in their previous four.
At 3/1 to take the points, the Hammers will certainly attract plenty of attention.
It could be a big afternoon in the Premier League between these four teams that will be happy with how the seasons has gone so far.