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Premier League Tuesday Preview

The Premier League returns on Tuesday with three big games.

Fourth placed Liverpool are looking to bounce back from their shock defeat at Swansea, and have the chance to move back into third if they can win at Huddersfield.

Arsenal in sixth can move level with rivals Tottenham in fifth, if they can win at bottom-of-the-table Swansea – who in-turn could move out of the relegation zone if they win.

West Ham host Crystal Palace, and the winner of the match would move into the top-half of the table.

See below for a preview on each game, including predictions from former England, Crystal Palace and Tottenham midfielder Andy Gray, super agent and former Manchester City ace Barry Silkman, our own Football Insider Graeme Bailey and bet365’s Steve Freeth.

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Swansea City 19:45 Arsenal
Liberty Stadium

TEAM NEWS: Swansea come into the game without Renato Sanches, who was injured at the weekend. Olivier Giroud could feature for Arsenal, but Danny Welbeck won’t be risked.
KEY FACT: Arsenal have won four of their last five Premier League meetings with Swansea
MATCH ODDS: Swansea 25/4 Draw 7/2 Arsenal 1/2
bet365 Pick: Arsenal to win @1/2
ANDY SAYS: Not sure here, I can see Swansea getting something from this…1-1
GRAEME SAYS: Tough game but have to go with Arsenal…1-2
SILKY SAYS: Arsenal to claim the three points here…0-2
FOOTBALLIndex – One to follow: Jack Wilshere is looking good on the Index

West Ham United 19:45 Crystal Palace
London Stadium

TEAM NEWS: Marko Arnautovic, Manuel Lanzini and Pedro Obiang are injured, whilst Arthur Masuaku is suspended by The Hammers are hoping that Michail Antonio, Jose Fonte, Andre Ayew and Mark Noble will feature. Palace hope that Mamadou Sakho, Joel Ward and Yohan Cabaye will all be in contention. Scott Dann, Jason Puncheon, Jeffrey Schlupp, Connor Wickham and Ruben Loftus-Cheek are all sidelined.
KEY FACT: West Ham are unbeaten in their last five Premier League matches against Crystal Palace
MATCH ODDS: West Ham 21/10 Draw 9/4 Palace 31/20
bet365 Pick: Both Teams to Score @4/5
ANDY SAYS: Tough call this one, but I will back my former club to take a point…1-1
GRAEME SAYS: A big game for both clubs, but maybe West Ham might just have the edge…2-1
SILKY SAYS: I think West Ham should and will claim the win here…2-0
FOOTBALLIndex – One to follow: Javier Hernandez might still be a good investment

Huddersfield Town 20:00 Liverpool
John Smith’s Stadium,
Live On BT Sport

TEAM NEWS: Huddersfield are expected to have Terence Kongolo available but Danny Williams will miss out. Liverpool have a number of injury issues with Adam Lallana and Ragnar Klavan both set miss out.
KEY FACT: Huddersfield Town are yet to lose back-to-back home matches in the Premier League
MATCH ODDS: Huddersfield 10/1 Draw 9/2 Liverpool 1/3
bet365 Pick: Both Teams to Score @11/10
ANDY SAYS: Liverpool win, little doubt here for me…0-3
GRAEME SAYS: I can see Huddersfield getting something here…2-2
SILKY SAYS: Liverpool all the way, comfortable away win…1-3
FOOTBALLIndex – One to follow:  Sadio Mane is one of the best players in the Premier League and on the Index

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