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Sky Sports 1 is the place to be on Sunday with three live games from midday as the Premier League’s top four square off in what’s sure to be a day of high drama.

Chelsea have ridden their luck at times under Guus Hiddink but the wily old fox can still boast an unbeaten record ten games into his second spell at Stamford Bridge. Although they’re still languishing in the bottom half (why do clubs in the bottom half always ‘languish’ anyway?) the Dutchman has restored peace and tranquility in the wake of the chaos and ruin left by Jose Mourinho.


There have been signs in their last two Premier League performances that it’s starting to come together for Man United.


West Brom are getting drawn inexorably into a relegation scrap and their problems continued when they were unable to put away League One Peterborough in the FA Cup 4th round tie at the Hawthorns two Saturdays ago.


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Following the 0-0 draw at Anfield 10 days ago, West Ham and Liverpool will settle unfinished business at Upton Park tonight with the winners through to face Blackburn in the FA Cup fifth round. Though both sides could do without it, the match will go to extra-time and penalties if need be.

Welcome to Week 26 of the Predictor Competition! Recently our performances have been more Chelsea than Leicester, but we're looking to turn that all around this week. If not, we'll just have to keep handing out these £5 free bets won't we?