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Premier League correct score and predictions – Saturday 14 March


QPR and Burnley heading for defeats and probable Premier League relegation

Crystal Palace v QPR 12:45
The Eagles have been struggling for home wins all season, with just three victories from thirteen at Selhurst Park. However, Palace have acquitted themselves well in recent matches against top teams and should get the better of a Rangers side who have struggled on the road all term.

CORRECT SCORE: Crystal Palace 2 QPR 1
BEST BET: Palace to win @ 5/6 with bet365

Arsenal v West Ham 15:00
The Gunners sit in the box seat when it comes to qualifying for next season’s Champions League and should complete a facile victory in this London derby. Arsene Wenger has virtually a fit squad from which to choose, while the Hammers’ season has been unravelling for several weeks.

CORRECT SCORE: Arsenal 3 West Ham 0
BEST BET: Arsenal -1 @ evens with Paddy Power

Leicester v Hull 15:00
Nigel Pearson comes up against a club he left to join the Foxes, although it’s Steve Bruce’s side who are sitting prettier in the table. Leicester are seven points off safety and badly need a win, although Hull have some decent form in recent weeks and can make their point here.

CORRECT SCORE: Leicester 1 Hull 1
BEST BET: Draw @ 23/10 with bet365

Sunderland v Aston Villa 15:00
The Villans are rejuvenated under Tim Sherwood and they have to be fancied against a Sunderland team without a win in six. Consecutive wins against West Brom have given Aston Villa belief, with Scott Sinclair having scored three in his last four games.

CORRECT SCORE: Sunderland 1 Aston Villa 2
BEST BET: Aston Villa to win @ 5/2 with Boylesports

West Brom v Stoke 15:00
We’re expecting no quarter given as Tony Pulis faces his former club and he will want his team to go back to their defensively mean ways after conceding four goals against Aston Villa in two games. The Potters are no slouches at the back either and it points towards a tight encounter.

BEST BET: Under 1.5 Goals @ 7/4 with 888sport

Burnley v Man City 17:30
It’s been a valiant battle against the drop for the Clarets although a winless run of eight matches means Burnley are in danger of losing touch. Sean Dyche’s team did land a 2-2 draw at the Etihad although it’s hard to see them getting anything against a City side looking to stay vaguely in the title hunt.

CORRECT SCORE: Burnley 1 Manchester City 3
BEST BET: Manchester City HT FT @ 23/20 with Winner

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