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The trio will all be looking to put the pressure back on leaders Liverpool after West Brom’s unexpected 1-1 draw at Anfield yesterday.
Leicester and Man City travel to Crystal Palace and Everton respectively, while Chelsea host Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge.
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The Foxes followed their impressive away win over Spurs with a creditable 2-2 draw against Man United – twice coming from behind to earn a point.
Brendan Rodgers’ side boast the second best away form in the division and should make light work of a Crystal Palace side who’ve conceded TEN without reply in their last two outings.
It’s a case of beware the wounded animal for Aston Villa tonight.
Frank Lampard didn’t mince his words after Chelsea’s 3-1 defeat to London rivals Arsenal over the weekend and a big reaction is expected tonight.
Though they’ve endured a torrid spell on the road, Chelsea are unbeaten at home since a defeat to Liverpool in September.
Two in-form sides meet at Goodison Park in the final fixture of the day and Pep Guardiola and co should collect maximum points to move into the top four.
The Toffees have won an incredible four on the bounce but the 48-hour turnaround with vital injuries to Richarlison, Lucas Digne, Allan and James Rodriguez looks a tough ask.
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Ahead of Monday’s clash, Lampard said: “There will be some changes and I knew that anyway.
“I’m certainly not going to bang the drum about the turnaround after our performance against Arsenal.
“It’s not the important point. But to play two games in two days, we have to make changes anyway. Some of them will happen now because of how the game went and people will have to come in and inject the energy and the personality of our normal performances.
“The reason we went so many games unbeaten was because of that so we must come back on it quickly.”