This second Premier League preview sees the 3pm kick offs in full flight, with Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham all in action.

Manchester United vs West Brom – Saturday 1st April 2017 – 15:00 

Manchester United are 30/100 with Marcus Rashford and Wayne Rooney at 3/1 to score first.

Manchester United face West Brom at Old Trafford on Saturday, with United looking to break into the top four.

Jose Mourinho's side come into the match on the back of another win, this time a 3-1 win against Middlesbrough.

Marouane Fellaini (30) was the unlikely source to open the scoring for United, who struggled to break Boro down.

Jesse Lingard (62) scored his first goal since the EFL Cup triumph, to give United a 2-0 lead in the match.

Rudy Gestede (77) halved United's advantage with 13 minutes to go, it proved to be little more than a consolation.

Antonio Valencia (90+3) made it 3-1 to United late on, with the full back completing an excellent away win for United.

United Imperious

Jose Mourinho's side are in good form, they have lost just one of their last six matches.

The win against Boro was another excellent all round performance from United, who are grinding out results.

The win in the EFL Cup means they have bagged the first trophy of the season, they are competing on two fronts.

They have finally moved out of sixth place, another win will ensure they pile the pressure on Liverpool who are in fourth.

Red's Favourites

Manchester United come into the game as favourites, with their pedigree and recent form informing the odds.

This is a vital match for United, especially as Liverpool play a tough match against local rivals Everton at midday.

Manchester United will be looking to continue their overall record against West Brom. In 110 matches they have won 50, drawn 25 and lost 35.

Old Trafford Stadium, insideGunned Down

Tony Pulis' side come into this match in mixed form, but they enjoyed an excellent 3-1 win against Arsenal prior to the international break.

Craig Dawson (12) opened the scoring for the Baggies in the first half, with the defending heading the Baggies into the lead.

That lead lasted less than 3 minutes, when Alexis Sanchez (15) equalised for the Gunners with a thunderous drive.

Hal Robson Kanu (55) gave West Brom the lead for the second time, with only his second goal for the Baggies.

Craig Dawson scored his second and the Baggies third (75), to give Tony Pulis and his side an incredible result.

West Brom Looking Forward

West Brom have been in poor recent form, with successive defeats against Everton and Crystal Palace prior to that.

They are seven points and one place below their nearest rivals Everton, who have remained in that position for much of the season.

The Baggies will be looking to secure a second shock in as many fixtures, with United suffering just three defeats all season.

Baggies Underdogs

West Brom come into this match as the underdogs, with home advantage proving decisive.

This will be another tough fixture for Tony Pulis' side, with United in excellent form this season.

West Brom will be looking to draw on the result at Old Trafford two years ago, where they registered a 1-0 win.

West Brom are 9/1 with Salomon Rondon at 11/1 to open the scoring.

 

 

Chelsea vs Crystal Palace – Saturday 1st April 2017 – 15:00

Chelsea are 2/7 with Diego Costa at 9/4 to score first.  

Chelsea welcome Crystal Palace to Stamford Bridge this Saturday, with the Premier League returning after a week of International football.

Antonio Conte's men come into this match on the back of another win, this time a 2-1 win against Stoke City.

Willian (13) opened the scoring for the league leaders, ensuring Chelsea got off to the perfect start.

Jonathan Walters had other ideas, with the Republic of Ireland striker scoring from the penalty spot in the 38th minute.

The game looked to be meandering to another draw, but Gary Cahill (87) popped up with a crucial winner late on.

Phil Bardsley (90+5) was sent off late on, to add salt into the wounds of Mark Hughes and his side.

Double Dream Alive

Chelsea will look to cement the Premier League title in the coming weeks, they also have the semi final of the FA Cup as well.

They are in excellent form again, they have won their last five successive matches, with the last a draw.

Antonio Conte's side have kept their ten point gap at the top, with Tottenham the side leading the charge.

Chelsea have thirty points left to play for, with ten games remaining they will be looking for the 99 point mark.

Blues Heavy Favourites

Conte's men go into this match as favourites, and will see this as an ideal opportunity to register their 23rd win of the season.

The Blues will be delighted with their season, they have already amassed 69 points and the title is theirs to lose.

Chelsea will be looking to continue their excellent overall record against Palace. In 30 matches they have won 17, drawn 9 and lost 4.

Stamford_Bridge_-_West_StandPalace In Great Form

Crystal Palace come into this match on the back of a 1-0 win, with the Eagles beating Watford at Selhurst Park.

Troy Deeney (68) scored what proved to be the only goal of the game, with the forward scoring at the opposite end of the pitch.

Chances were few and far between, with Deeney's comical gaffe costing his side another crucial three points.

Former England manager Allardyce has now won four matches in his last six, with Palace now looking to survive relegation.

Eagles Going Down?

That win ensures they have registered three successive wins, with two defeats and four wins in their last six.

His wins in the Premier League have come against relegation rivals Bournemouth, Middlesbrough as well as West Brom and Watford.

They will have to go up another level if they are to beat Chelsea, with the league leaders in excellent form.

Their defence has been their biggest weakness, but they have registered three successive clean sheets as well.

Palace Need Wins

Crystal Palace come into this match as underdogs, with their recent upsurge in form still paling in comparison to Chelsea.

This will be a tough match for Allardyce and his side, with Chelsea in excellent form throughout this season.

Crystal Palace will be looking to draw on last seasons result at Stamford Bridge, where they beat Chelsea 2-1.

Crystal Palace are 10/1 with Christian Benteke at 10/1 to open the scoring.

 

 

Burnley vs Tottenham – Saturday 1st April 2017 – 15:00 

Burnley are 9/2 with Andre Gray and Ashley Barnes at 9/1 to score first.

Burnley welcome Tottenham to Turf Moor in a huge Premier League match, with Burnley looking to register a much needed win.

Sean Dyche's side come into this match on the back of a draw, this time a goalless draw away against Sunderland.

It was another sorry performance from the hosts, with Sunderland remaining rock bottom of the Premier League.

Burnley will have been the happier of the two sides, given that they missed a hatful of great chances.

Ben Mee was named man of the match, which will give you an indication as to the quality of the match.

Clarets In Poor Form

Burnley come into this match in poor recent form, they are winless in their last six, losing three and drawing three.

They will be looking to continue their excellent home form this season, that has seen them register 27 points.

Dyche's men will be looking to get to the forty point mark as soon as possible, they are 8 points above the relegation zone.

With a possible 24 points to play for, Burnley will be desperate to secure an away win but their first port of call is this match.

Burnley Underdogs

The Clarets excellent home record continues, despite that they are underdogs because of Tottenham's excellent form.

A win will mean an end to their poor recent form, with the Clarets taking only three of a possible 18 points.

Sean Dyche's men will be looking to continue their overall record against Tottenham, with the Clarets winning 30, drawing 19 and losing 29 of 78 matches.

Turf Moor the venue for Monday Night's clash against Watford

Spurs In Great Form

Spurs come into this match on the back of a 2-1 win against Southampton, with Tottenham adjusting to life without Harry Kane.

Christian Eriksen (14) opened the scoring for Spurs early in the first half, with Eriksen fine strike worthy of the lead.

Dele Alli (33) doubled Tottenham's advantage from the penalty spot, with Alli fouled in the box by Davies.

James Ward Prowse (52) pulled one back for Southampton, with the midfielder celebrating his England call up in style.

Spurs Targeting Second

Tottenham have had an excellent league season so far, they are two points above Manchester City in third.

They are in excellent form, they have won five and drawn one of their last six matches and a win here will be huge for Spurs.

Mauricio Pochettino will have been delighted with their recent form, they will be looking to fight Chelsea on two fronts now.

Spurs Favourites

Tottenham come into this match as favourites, despite their excellent form informing the bookies.

This will be a tough fixture for Pochettino's men, with Turf Moor a fortress for Burnley.

Tottenham will be looking to continue their recent form against Burnley, they remain unbeaten in the last five meetings.

Tottenham are 8/13 with Heung-Min Son at 7/2 to open the scoring.

 

Betting Tips

Tip 1 – Martial to score first @ 7/2 and Manchester United to win 3-1 @ 10/1

Tip 2 – Benteke to score first @ 10/1 and Chelsea to win 3-1 @ 11/1

Tip 3 – Alli to score first @ 4/1 and a 1-1 draw @ 6/1

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