Burnley – Crystal Palace

Burnley host Crystal Palace in a Saturday 30th November clash at Turf Moor. Burnley have so far managed 18 points and are seventh on the standings while Palace are on 15 points and in 13th place. Going to this game, Burnley can rise to fifth place with a win, while Palace could go up six places to seventh with a win. Burnley have three losses, and four wins in the last nine matches, and five clean sheets in the last 10 matches.

Crystal Palace head to this game winless in five – with four losses and a draw. They have managed just three wins and two clean sheets. Palace have no clean sheet in the last six away matches and have just two wins in the last five away matches. They have conceded two or more goals in three of their last five away matches.

Chelsea – West Ham

Chelsea are fourth in the Premier League and have a seven point lead over Wolverhampton Wanderers in fifth. They look for another three points as they host West Ham United who are 17th in the table. Chelsea lost at Manchester City last weekend and that ended a run of six straight wins in the Premier League. Chelsea have won each of their last three home league games and kept a clean sheet in all of those games.

The Hammers invested heavily in the summer. Just two points from their last seven games and they are just one place above the relegation zone. Each of their last three league games has seen them concede three goals.

Tottenham – Bournemouth

Tottenham won their second game in a row since the arrival of Jose Mourinho. They are 10th in the Premier League, a place and a point above their opponents Bournemouth. Tottenham have scored seven goals in their two games under Mourinho but have also conceded four, so a bit of work to be done yet. Spurs are on an unbeaten run of five league and cup matches.

Bournemouth have dropped to 11th in the league and are only three points between them and fifth and they are nine above the bottom three. Away form has seen Bournemouth lose three of their last five Premier League matches.

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