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Liam Canning’s Pick 4 Preview and Syndicate Selections

West Ham v Chelsea – 0-1, 0-2, 1-2, OAW

David Moyes’ reign has started poorly, as one would expect when taking over a West Ham team that is severely depleted of any confidence. A home game to Chelsea is unlikely to lift spirits, given the form the Blues are in and the pure quality they have under Antonio Conte. The Hammers played better against Man City, but they looked dead on their feet come the second half and quickly succumbed to City’s relentless pressure. Chelsea are likely to have the same effect on them. Expect goals, but with them coming for Conte’s men.

Spurs v Stoke – 2-1, 1-1, OD

This is an interesting fixture, purely because Tottenham’s form in the Premier League has been dwindling. While they have impressed massively in the Champions League, Spurs’ domestic form has taken a hit, which was shown against Leicester and West Brom. Stoke, under Mark Hughes, find themselves in a position that would be considered uncomfortable. Only three points above the relegation zone, the Potters need to start garnering points before they drop even further down. They have recently beaten Swansea, which will give them a lift. Wembley will be treated like a Cup final, and that is how Stoke will play. 

Burnley v Watford – 2-1, 1-0, 1-1, 1-2

Sean Dyche’s men have been high-flying this season with some amazing performances in the league, especially against Chelsea and Tottenham. They might have taken a setback against Leicester, but Dyche has his men believing that a Europa League qualification spot is attainable. This game is going to be hugely interesting, because it pits Marco Silva against Dyche, two managers who have both done better than expectation this season. Given it is at Turf Moor, Burnley will be expected to take the three points.

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Newcastle v Leicester – 0-0, 1-1, 1-2

Even though Rafa Benitez is a huge pull to Newcastle United, they have struggled in the past month, ever since Jamaal Lascelles became absent through injury. The Magpies are in dire straights and, if they are not careful, will be in the bottom three soon enough if they continue to drop points. Leicester have finally bounced back and Claude Puele has done a good job in instilling the belief of the former Champions. The Foxes are likely to take the game to Newcastle, but a draw is most likely here, which is not a bad result for either team.

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