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This weekend’s Premier League fixtures and tips – Costa to miss Battle at Bridge

Jose Mourinho’s team lead the way by five points going into the match

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Chelsea set to be without Diego Costa for Premier League clash v Manchester City

Ten tasty Premier League encounters this weekend and the big game takes place on Saturday evening where Chelsea host Manchester City.

Jose Mourinho’s team lead the way by five points going into the match, although Diego Costa’s likely three-game suspension and an injury to Cesc Fabregas potentially opens the way for City to reduce the arrears.

The weekend starts with a big game at the KC Stadium where Hull City will look to kickstart their season against a Newcastle side that only know defeat under John Carver who has been handed the reins until the end of the season.

Then we have six 3pm kick-offs, with Crystal Palace flying under Alan Pardew and a big price to take down an Everton side who are struggling for form and points right now.

Liverpool will look to bounce back from their Capital One Cup defeat against Chelsea when they take on West Ham, while Manchester United are warm favourites to take down Leicester City.

QPR are without a point on the road and head to the Britannia Stadium to meet a Stoke side looking strong, while Sunderland v Burnley at the Stadium of Light could be a dogged affair.

West Brom under Tony Pulis are a stubborn outfit, with Tottenham visiting after qualifying for the Capital One Cup final.

On Sunday, Arsenal are warm favourites to overcome an Aston Villa side who are struggling for goals in the Premier League, while Southampton will be a

Saturday 31st January 2015
Hull v Newcastle 12:45
Crystal Palace v Everton 15:00
Liverpool v West Ham 15:00
Man Utd v Leicester 15:00
Stoke v QPR 15:00
Sunderland v Burnley 15:00
West Brom v Tottenham 15:00
Chelsea v Man City 17:30

Sunday 1st February 2015
Arsenal v Aston Villa 13:30
Southampton v Swansea 16:00