🦁 Key facts & score predictions for this weekend’s four Premier League matches
🦁 Key facts & score predictions for this weekend’s four Premier League matches
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🦁 Key facts & score predictions for this weekend’s four Premier League matches

The Premier League "winter break" is upon us but there are still four matches to sink our teeth into this weekend as the other teams put their feet up for a rest.

Here are a few key facts and our score predictions in case you're betting on the action!

🍬 Everton vs Crystal Palace

Only Liverpool, with 30, has won more points from their last 10 Premier League matches than Everton's 19. The Toffees have lost only one of those (W5 D4). The last two Premier League meetings between these sides have ended as 0-0 draws.

🔮 FUTAA predicts: Everton 1-0 Crystal Palace

FUTAA bet: Back under 2.5 goals priced at 1.76

🐦 Brighton vs Watford

Since Nigel Pearson's first match in charge of Watford only Mohamed Salah and Sergio Aguero, with seven each, have scored more Premier League goals than Troy Deeney's five.

🔮 FUTAA predicts: Brighton 1-1 Watford

FUTAA bet: Back BTTS: yes priced at 1.79

⚔️ Sheffield United vs Bournemouth

Having won only two out of 17 Premier League matches between 28 September and 18 January, AFC Bournemouth can now secure a third straight victory within the same season for the first time since March 2016.

🔮 FUTAA predicts: Sheffield United 1-1 Bournemouth

FUTAA bet: Back over 1.5 goals priced at 1.43

🌃 Man City vs West Ham

Pep Guardiola has won all eight of his meetings with West Ham United in all competitions, his joint-best 100% record against a club in his managerial career, along with his eight against Malaga and Watford.

🔮 FUTAA predicts: Man City 2-0 West Ham

FUTAA bet: Back Man City to score in both halves priced at 1.36

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