The Premier League has the potential to produce plenty of drama this weekend, with a number of interesting games at the bottom of the table.
Crystal Palace, currently 17th, will hope to extend their recent run when they welcome Watford on Saturday afternoon. Back-to-back wins have lifted the Eagles out of the drop zone and they are 10/11 to continue their streak.
The Hornets have enjoyed a mixed season and are teetering on the edge of being dragged into the relegation dogfight. It could be another frustrating afternoon and a Palace win to zero looks good at 17/10.
Basement dwellers Sunderland will be looking to collect some points when they welcome Burnley. Time is running out for the Wearsiders but they have a habit of picking up big wins.
A home triumph is 31/20 and they may be helped by the Clarets’ torrid away record that has contributed to their recent drop down the standings.
However, 18th-placed Hull could come unstuck when they travel to in-form Everton. Marco Silva has called for an improvement from his side on the road but Everton have won their last four at Goodison and are 1/2 to extend that run, with Romelu Lukaku 57/20 to score two or more.
Elsewhere, leaders Chelsea will be confident of continuing their march towards the title when they visit Stoke. Two defeats on the road all season for the Blues tells its own story and this is the type of game they have made a habit of grinding out.
The tightest match on Saturday is likely to be between West Ham and Leicester. The Foxes made history by making the quarter-finals of the Champions League on Tuesday but after that high they could come down to earth with a bump in Stratford, with the Hammers 13/10.
On Sunday, Mauricio Pochettino leads his Tottenham side into battle against former club Southampton. Spurs have been hit by another injury to Harry Kane but, having won their last nine in the Premier League at White Hart Lane, they look good to extend that run at 2/3.
The Saints could run them close and punters may well opt for the 43/20 on offer for the in-form Manolo Gabbiadini to net at any time.
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