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Chelsea vs Newcastle

Matchday 15 commences with an in-form Chelsea hosting a Newcastle side without a win in their previous five fixtures.

Newcastle have only defeated Chelsea once at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League era, a 2-0 victory in 2012, and face an uphill battle to repeat that feat.

Chelsea will be confident of stretching their unbeaten run in the Premier League to seven games with a positive result at home.

Prediction: Chelsea 2 - 0 Newcastle

Brighton vs Liverpool

Brighton will meet Liverpool for the first time in league football since the 1982/83 season in an intriguing contest.

Brighton are unbeaten in their last six Premier League games at home, winning two and drawing four, but face a stern test to overcome a Liverpool side unbeaten in their last five league outings.

Mohamed Salah will look to continue his unbelievable form for his new club, netting 12 goals in his first 14 Premier League games, a Liverpool club record.

Prediction: Brighton 1 - 3 Liverpool

Everton vs Huddersfield

A mid-week thumping of West Ham will instil confidence into an Everton side hosting Huddersfield on Matchday 15.

Huddersfield have lost their last three league games and have not beaten Everton away in any competition since 1937, a record Aaron Mooy's club will be desperate to break.

Mid-week hat-trick hero Wayne Rooney will face his 40th Premier League club if he graces the field against Huddersfield, scoring against 36 of his other 39 opponents.

Prediction: Everton 2 - 2 Huddersfield

Leicester vs Burnley

Leicester striker Jamie Vardy will look to become the first player in the club's history to score 50 Premier League goals as the Foxes host an impressive Burnley outfit.

Burnley sit sixth on the Premier League table, thanks largely to a solid defensive unit who hae only conceded 11 goals in 14 matches.

The visitors have also shown the ability to win away from home in the 2017/18 season, already tying the most points they have recorded away from home in a Premier League season.

Prediction: Leicester 1 - 0 Burnley

Stoke vs Swansea

Struggling clubs Stoke City and Swansea face off in a golden opportunity for both sides to pick up precious points in the relegation battle.

Stoke's Premier League record at home is impressive against Swansea, with four wins and two draws from their six encounters.

Swansea are set to be boosted by the return of loanee star striker Tammy Abraham, who was unavailable against parent club Chelsea last week.

Prediction: Stoke 2 - 0 Swansea

Watford vs Tottenham

Tottenham are hoping to bounce back from a disappointing week of Premier League action, recording just the one point in fixtures against West Brom and Leicester.

History suggests they have a good chance of doing so against Watford however, who they have gone undefeated against in their last eight Premier League meetings.

A win for Watford will leave the teams tied on 24 points.

Prediction: Watford 1 - 2 Tottenham

West Brom vs Crystal Palace

Seventeenth placed West Brom host last placed Crystal Palace in a pivotal game for the 2017/18 relegation battle.

If Crystal Palace are unable to find the back of the net against West Brom they will become the first club not to score in 10 consecutive away games in the Premier League.

Alan Pardew is taking over for his first fixture in charge of West Brom and has an unbeaten record in his last four debut games as manager.

Prediction: West Brom 2 - 0 Crystal Palace

Arsenal vs Manchester United

Arsenal host Manchester United in the marquee clash of Matchday 15, with both clubs coming off three consecutive Premier League victories.

Arsenal are raining in goals and have won their last 12 consecutive league home games, however, will be without star striker Alexandre Lacazette due to a groin injury.

United have only defeated Arsenal at the Emirates once in their last five trips, but must record a win to have any hope of catching cross-town rivals Manchester City in the race for the Premier League title.

Prediction: Arsenal 1 - 0 Manchester United

Bournemouth vs Southampton

Bournemouth will attempt to return to winning ways against an inconsistently performing Southampton outfit.

It will be no easy task however, as Southampton have lost just one of their previous nine league meetings with Bournemouth.

A win will catapult the home side above Southampton on the table, whereas a win for the visitors will solidify their mid-table position.

Prediction: Bournemouth 1 - 1 Southampton

Manchester City vs West Ham

The undefeated Manchester City powerhouse looks set to roll on at home against relegation-placed West Ham.

West Ham have conceded a league worst 30 goals in their 14 fixtures, a poor stat when facing the Premier League's most potent attack, with City netting 44 goals in their 14 matches so far this season.

A victory for City will take their winning streak to 13 games, equalling the Premier League record for consecutive victories in a season.

Prediction: Manchester City 4 - 0 West Ham