Premier League Saturday Preview

Saturday sees three Premier League games on offer with Leicester looking to move up to seventh in the table.

With the two clubs above them, Wolves and Watford facing off in the FA Cup semi-finals, Leicester could climb above both into seventh – but they will need all three points from their trip to already relegated Huddersfield Town.

Fourth from bottom Burnley are looking to move away from the drop-zone as they travel to Bournemouth.

The day’s other game sees Newcastle host Crystal Palace.

See below for a preview on the games, including predictions from former England, Crystal Palace and Tottenham midfielder Andy Gray and our own Football Insider Graeme Bailey and bet365’s Steve Freeth.

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AFC Bournemouth 15:00 Burnley
Vitality Stadium

TEAM NEWS: Peter Crouch has joined Steven Defour and Aaron Lennon on the sidelines for Burnley.

Bournemouth could have Adam Smith back, but they are still without Steve Cook, Lewis Cook, Andrew Surman and Simon Francis.
KEY FACT: Dwight McNeil can become the first teenager to score in three successive Premier League matches since Romelu Lukaku in 2013
MATCH ODDS: Bournemouth 11/10 Draw 13/5 Burnley 11/4
bet365 Pick: Under 2.5 goals @10/11
ANDY SAYS: Close one to call but I think that Bournemouth take the win…2-1
GRAEME SAYS: Not sure Burnley can do this on the road, so home win for me…2-0
Football Index – One to follow: Ryan Fraser – Bournemouth winger looks like one to invest on, with some major interest emerging

Huddersfield Town 15:00 Leicester City
John Smith’s Stadium

TEAM NEWS: Huddersfield hope to have Terence Kongolo, Philip Billing, Laurent Depoitre, Adama Diakhaby and Isaac Mbenza available but Demeaco Duhaveny is ruled out.

Leicester remain without Marc Albrighton and Daniel Amartey.
KEY FACT: Huddersfield have not beaten Leicester since 1995
MATCH ODDS: Huddersfield 4/1 Draw 3/1 Leicester 8/11
bet365 Pick: Leicester & Under 2.5 goals @3/1
ANDY SAYS: Leicester won’t have too much of a problem claiming maximum points in this one…1-3
GRAEME SAYS: This will be a Leicester win, little doubt about it for me…0-2
Football Index – One to follow: Demarai Gray – A player with huge potential, and one to follow

Newcastle United 15:00 Crystal Palace
St James’ Park

TEAM NEWS: Newcastle hope to have Isaac Hayden and Fabian Schar fit again, but Sean Longstaff remains sidelined.

Palace have a near fully fit squad to choose from with only Mamadou Sakho sidelined.
KEY FACT: Palace have won just once at Newcastle in the Premier League, back in 1998
MATCH ODDS: Newcastle 8/5 Draw 9/4 Palace 2/1
bet365 Pick: Both Teams Not To Score @4/5
ANDY SAYS: I see my former team Palace getting something from this…1-1
GRAEME SAYS: Newcastle should win this and I think they will just edge it…2-1
Football Index – One to follow: Miguel Almiron – An outstanding talent, who could have a lot of value in him on the Index

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