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Saturday 28th February 2015

12:45TV

West Ham (11/10)

Draw (5/2)

Crystal Palace (3)

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15:00

Burnley (17/10)

Draw (12/5)

Swansea (19/10)

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15:00TV

Man Utd (4/11)

Draw (9/2)

Sunderland (10)

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15:00

Newcastle (19/20)

Draw (5/2)

Aston Villa (15/4)

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15:00

Stoke (19/20)

Draw (5/2)

Hull (15/4)

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15:00

West Brom (13/5)

Draw (23/10)

Southampton (11/8)

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Sunday 1st March 2015

12:00TV

Liverpool (11/5)

Draw (13/5)

Man City (17/11)

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14:00TV

Arsenal (4/7)

Draw (7/2)

Everton (6)

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Tuesday 3rd March 2015

19:45TV

Aston Villa (13/8)

Draw (9/4)

West Brom (2)

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19:45

Hull (5/4)

Draw (12/5)

Sunderland (27/10)

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19:45

Southampton (11/17)

Draw (3)

Crystal Palace (11/2)

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Wednesday 4th March 2015

19:45

Man City (5/18)

Draw (21/4)

Leicester (14)

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19:45TV

Newcastle (7/2)

Draw (13/5)

Man Utd (19/20)

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19:45

QPR (6)

Draw (10/3)

Arsenal (4/7)

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19:45

Stoke (17/11)

Draw (12/5)

Everton (2)

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19:45

Tottenham (9/11)

Draw (14/5)

Swansea (4)

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19:45

West Ham (9/2)

Draw (37/13)

Chelsea (3/4)

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20:00

Liverpool (2/5)

Draw (17/4)

Burnley (9)

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Saturday 7th March 2015

15:00

QPR (9/2)

Draw (3)

Tottenham (11/17)

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Premier League Outrights

League Table

Position Team Pts

1

Chelsea

60

2

Man City

55

3

Arsenal

48

4

Man Utd

47

5

So'ton

46

6

Liverpool

45

7

Tottenham

44

8

West Ham

39

9

Swansea

37

10

Stoke

36

11

Newcastle

32

12

Everton

28

13

C Palace

27

14

W Brom

27

15

Hull City

26

16

S'land

25

17

QPR

22

18

Burnley

22

19

A Villa

22

20

Leicester

18

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