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2015-16 Premier League Week 15: Analysis & Predictions for this weekend’s action

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This weekend’s Premier League action will see some crucial fixtures at both ends of the table take place, with invaluable points on offer for those looking to put forward a title challenge or to stay in the division.

After 14 games of the new campaign, the table is starting to take shape.

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When making your choices, bear the following information in mind:

Man United vs West Ham

In days gone by, this clash at Old Trafford may well have been a foregone conclusion – but no longer.

United are not the same potent attacking force as they once were and have struggled for goals in recent weeks under Louis van Gaal.

Wayne RooneyThe Hammers meanwhile, despite recent defeats on the road, have a good away record and have claimed the scalps of Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City this term already.

United need three points if they are to maintain their title challenge, while West Ham are determined to have a progressive campaign ahead of their move to the Olympic Stadium.

Prediction: Man Utd 1 West Ham 0

Arsenal vs Sunderland

Arsenal are another title hopeful that have dropped points in recent weeks, with a defeat to West Brom being followed by a frustrating draw against Norwich last time out.

Sunderland are firmly at the other end of the table but have seen their fortunes improve markedly since the arrival of new manager Sam Allardyce.

The Black Cats have won their last two games, including an impressive victory away to high-flying Crystal Palace, with their players full of belief once more.

The Gunners are likely to be without talisman Alexis Sanchez, who has been added to their ever-growing injury list, and as such this could well be a close game.

Prediction: Arsenal 2 Sunderland 1

Newcastle vs Liverpool

Steve McClaren’s Newcastle side are staring down the barrel of a relegation battle, with a 5-1 thumping at Selhurst Park last Saturday adding to their misery.

steve-mcclaren_3336330bIf the Tyneside outfit are to spearhead an unlikely recovery, improving the side’s form at St James’ Park is a pre-requisite.

Liverpool are seemingly buying into Jurgen Klopp’s thinking, with a solid defensive effort and positive results since the German trainer took over at Anfield.

Despite three invaluable points being on offer here, it may well be that each side has to make do with a point.

Prediction: Newcastle 0 Liverpool 0

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