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19.45 West Ham V Manchester City
The two team have met 104 times, Man City have the edge winning 50, West Ham have won 37 and they have drawn 17 times. Man City have already beaten West Ham twice this season 3-1 in the league and earlier in the month in the F.A Cup when they destroyed the hammers 5-0.
West Ham have won 3 and lost 3 of their last 6 games however they have won their last 2 and seem to be coming into some well needed form. Last time out they beat Boro away from home 3-1.
Man City have been very inconsistent since the turn of the year and have won 3 of their last 6, drew 1 and lost 2. Last time out they beat Palace 3-0 away from home.
West Ham are currently in 10th place in the table and a win here could see them rise above Stoke if they better their score or finish with a better go goal difference than them.
Man City will be very disappointed in their current league position as they currently find themselves outside the top 4 in 5th place and 12 points off the top of the table. A win here could see them break into the top 4.
Man City are priced @4/7 for the win with most firms, the draw is @7/2 with most firms and you can get @5/1 from a couple of the firms.
You can get @6/4 from PaddyPower for Man City HT/FT which is what my money will be going on.
20:00 Manchester United V Hull City
These two have met just 31 times and as expected United dominate having won 21 times, Hull have won 6 and they have drawn 4 times.
Man Utd have won 12 of the last 14 times these teams have met including in the reverse fixture when they won 1-0. Hull did manage to beat them last week 2-1 in the semi final of the EFL semi final 2nd leg but it wasn’t enough to get them through to the final.
United have been in mixed form recently since losing their impressive winning streak, they drawn 2, lost 1 and then won last time out against Wigan in the F.A Cup.
Hull have won 3 and lost 3 of their last 6, they lost last time out in the F.A Cup 4-1 to Championship side Fulham however they had made a lot of changes to the line up for that tie so that can maybe be excused.
Man Utd are in a disappointing 6th position in the table but a win here could see them move above City into 5th depending on City’s result.
Hull are in a real relegation fight at the moment and are currently 19th in the table, a win could see them move out of the relegation zone to 17th depending on results.
Man Utd are @1/5 with a couple of the firms to take the 3 points here, the draw is @13/2 with the big firms and Hull can be backed @19/1 with BetVictor.
My money will be on Man Utd HT/FT @4/6 with Corals, however considering that Hull beat Man utd earlier this week that @19/1 could be worth a small punt.
20:00 Stoke City V Everton
Having met 130 times Everton have won 62 times, Stoke have won 35 times and they have drawn 33 times.
Everton have come out on top in the last 2 matches these two have played including earlier this year when they defeated Stoke 1-0 with an own goal from Shay Given.
Stokes recent league form has been good being unbeaten in the last 3 games including a 1-1 draw last time against Man Utd and 2 wins against Watford and Sunderland.
Everton have won 4 of their last 6 matches, drawing 1 and losing 1. Last time out they beat Palace away from home and the game before that they destroyed Man City 4-0 at home.
Stoke are priced @15/8 with a few of the firms, the draw is @12/5 with a few of them and Everton are a bet @13/8 with a few of the bigger sides.
My money will be on the draw in this one @12/5.