Arsenal v Aston Villa (Sunday, 15:00)
Arsenal have scored 14 goals without reply in the last four meetings with Aston Villa
The home win to nil stats could scarcely be more powerful. Arsenal have beaten Villa without conceding four times in a row since the start of last season, delivering a 2-0, a 3-0, a 4-0 and a 5-0. They have shut out their last three bottom-half opponents and nine of the past 11, prevailing in eight of those encounters.
Aston Villa have suffered defeat in six successive away games and four of those reverses occurred without them offering up anything in response, with them firing five blanks in seven on their travels in total. The bottom club have struck just four times in nine away league outings since Christmas.
Back Arsenal to win to nil @ 1.845/6
Chelsea v Leicester (Sunday, 15:00)
Leicester have lost just two of their last 21 Premier League away games
This is a clash between comfortably the most impressive travellers in the division and the 12th-best hosts, with Leicester having already demonstrated that their attitude hasn't changed since securing the title by dismissing Everton 3-1 last week as Jamie Vardy fights to be top goalscorer. On that evidence, surely Chelsea have to be laid at 2.3811/8?
The Blues have won a dismal five home Premier League fixtures all campaign, a tally that only Aston Villa can 'better', and a single one of those triumphs came in 14 collisions with sides placed 16th or higher (W1 D8 L5).
They have actually fared worse at Stamford Bridge under Guus Hiddink than before he took over and lifted them into the top half, winning one in nine compared to four in nine prior.
Lay Chelsea to win @ 2.3811/8
Southampton v Crystal Palace (Sunday, 15:00)
The Eagles have won none of their last 10 Premier League games on the road (D5 L5)
Crystal Palace have been the second-worst team in the Premier League since Christmas, obtaining a mere 13 points from 20 matches, and the area in which their deterioration is most apparent is in their away results.
Whereas they initially won 11 out of 16 on their top-flight travels under Alan Pardew - though notably one of their four pointless trips was last March's to St Mary's - they are now winless in ten, losing five of the latest nine and failing to net in the most recent two at Manchester United and Newcastle.
Southampton have been victorious in seven of their previous nine league contests in front of their fans and four of those successes were accompanied by clean sheets, as was their one against Palace last term.
Back Southampton to win to nil @ 2.26/5
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