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Bournemouth V West Ham

These 2 have met on just 8 previous occasions Bournemouth have managed just 1 win in that time, West ham have won 5 and they have drawn 2.

Back in August was the last time they met which was a Premier League tie at the London stadium which West Ham managed to win 1-0 with a late Michail Antonio goal enough to take the points.

Bournemouth have been in really poor form of late drawing 2 and losing 4 of their last 6 in all competitions. Last time out they manage a confidence boosting drawing away at Old Trafford against Man Utd. They will hope to build on that 1-1 draw here.

West Ham have had mixed results of late winning 2, drawing 2 and losing 2 of their last 6. Last time they lost 2-1 at home to Premier League leaders Chelsea. They will need to improve on that result here.

Bournemouth will probably be missing Simon Francis (Calf), they are also without suspended duo Andrew Surman and Tyrone Mings.

West Ham are hoping for a fully fit squad with the return of Winston Reid from injury and Antonio is back following his suspension. Snodgrass and Andy Carroll are both expected to be available despite them both needing stitches in their last game.

Bournemouth are slight favourites for this and can be backed @ 17/10 best with Bet Fred, the draw can be backed @ 91/50 with Marathon bet and West Ham are best with Bet stars @ 13/5.

Everton V West Brom

These 2 have met on a massive 164 occasions with Everton edging it with 68 wins, West Brom have won 59 and they have drawn 37 times.

When these 2 met earlier in the season at the Hawthorns it was Everton that managed to take all 3 points. Goals from Kevin Mirallas and Gareth Barry cancelling out a Gareth McAuley opener.

Everton have been in good form of late winning 3, drawing 2 and losing 1 of their last 6 in all competitions. Last time out their unbeaten run came to an end when they lost 3-2 to Tottenham. They will hope to get back to winning ways here.

West Brom have been in identical form to Everton over their last 6 in all competitions and their unbeaten run also came to an end last time out when they a home defeat 2-0 at the hands on Crystal Palace.

Everton should be boosted by the return of Winger Dominic Calvert-Lewin who will be hoping to make the squad following injury.

West Brom are still without Matt Phillips but have no other injury worries.

Everton are favourites for this one and can be backed @ 7/10 with a few firms including William Hill. The draw is @ 3/1 with BetFred and West Brom are generally 5/1 but can be backed @ 21/4 with 10bet.

Hull City V Swansea City

In their history these 2 have met 73 times. Hull have won 27 times, they have drawn 16 times but Swansea edge it with 30 wins.

These 2 have met twice this season once in the league back in August and in January in the FA Cup and both times Hull came out on top winning both 2-0. They are on a 3 match winning streak against Swansea and are hoping to extend this here.

Hull have been in pretty poor form of late winning 1, drawing 2 and losing 3. Last time out they suffered a 3-1 defeat at the hands of the resurgent Champions Leicester.

Swansea have been in fairly good form of late and look like turning their season around. They have won 4 and lost 2 of their last 6. Last time they managed a home win against Burnley 3-2.

Hull look to be without Evandro once again but could be boosted by the return of Curtis Davies who looks set to return having been out since January.

Swansea will be without Kyle Naughton but will be boosted by the return of Jefferson Montero and Ki Sung-Yueng.

Hull are slight favourites @ 8/5 with a few firms including Paddy Power. The draw is 21/10 with bet Victor and Swansea are generally 23/10 but you can get 47/20 with Bet Stars.