Crystal Palace v Tottenham (Saturday, 15:00)
Crystal Palace have failed to score in four of the last five Premier League meetings with Tottenham
The Eagles historically struggle for goals against Tottenham and firing past their capital foes is likely to be even more difficult this time around given their present Premier League drought.
Alan Pardew's men haven't scored once in five fixtures since Christmas, which have coincided with losing Yannick Bolasie and, despite making it clear that they are in the market for forward reinforcement - with Emmanuel Adebayor and Nicklas Bendtner targets - they are yet to strengthen.
They have fired four blanks in six as hosts too and face a team who have kept three clean sheets in their last six away games.
Recommended Bet: Back Tottenham to keep a clean sheet @ 2.89/5
Leicester v Stoke (Saturday, 15:00)
Stoke have kept five clean sheets in their last eight Premier League away trips
Though Leicester continue to perform at a level beyond what most expected of them at the start of the season, suffering one league defeat in five matches since Christmas even as wins have become more sporadic, there is one noticeable difference in their output: their attacking abandon has faded.
Whereas 11 of their 13 encounters between weeks five and 17 went over 2.5 goals, the five clashes since have yielded just four in total - two for them and two for their opponents - with no individual contest delivering more than two goals.
Regardless of the 2-2 draw that these clubs shared at the Britannia Stadium, Stoke are the perfect side to prolong that, with Opta noting that the 46 goals witnessed in their 2015/16 outings is a divisional low.
Recommended Bet: Back under 2.5 goals @ 1.768/11
West Brom v Aston Villa (Saturday, 15:00)
All seven of Aston Villa's wins against West Brom have been by a one-goal margin
In a run admittedly assisted by playing League Two team Wycombe twice, Aston Villa are suddenly unbeaten in four games, and opportunity should knock again when they visit the only club besides themselves to have been defeated at home by bottom-half adversaries three times this term.
All of those reverses to opponents in the same part of the table were inflicted by one-goal margins (two 3-2s and a 2-1) and ten of Villa's 16 league showdowns to produce a winner were decided by one goal as well, including their pair of victories.
Opta observe that eight of the past ten top-flight assignments at The Hawthorns were won by one goal - four by West Brom and four by their guests - while the other two finished level.
Recommended Bet: Back Aston Villa to win by one goal @ 5.59/2
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