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A Stoke v Man City

A Burnley v Liverpool

H Swansea v Hull

H Tottenham v Crystal Palace

A Watford v Chelsea

D West Brom v Everton

D Leicester v ***nal

A Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Negredo)

H West Ham v Bournemouth

D Reading v Brighton

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D Stoke v Man City

A Burnley v Liverpool

H Swansea v Hull

H Tottenham v Crystal Palace

D Watford v Chelsea

A West Brom v Everton

H Leicester v ***nal

A Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Friend)

H West Ham v Bournemouth

A Reading v Brighton

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A Stoke v Man City

A Burnley v Liverpool

H Swansea v Hull

H Tottenham v Crystal Palace

A Watford v Chelsea

A West Brom v Everton

A Leicester v ***nal

A Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Ayala)

H West Ham v Bournemouth

H Reading v Brighton

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A Stoke v Man City

A Burnley v Liverpool

H Swansea v Hull

H Tottenham v Crystal Palace

A Watford v Chelsea

D West Brom v Everton

A Leicester v ***nal

A Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Negredo)

H West Ham v Bournemouth

A Reading v Brighton

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A - Stoke v Man City

A - Burnley v Liverpool

H - Swansea v Hull

H - Tottenham v Crystal Palace

A - Watford v Chelsea

D - West Brom v Everton

D - Leicester v ***nal

A - Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Negredo)

H - West Ham v Bournemouth

A - Reading v Brighton

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Stoke v Man City A

Burnley v Liverpool A

Swansea v Hull H

Tottenham v Crystal Palace H

Watford v Chelsea A

West Brom v Everton D

Leicester v ***nal D

Sunderland v Middlesbrough A (RAMIREZ)

West Ham v Bournemouth H

Reading v Brighton D

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Stoke v Man City A

Burnley v Liverpool A

Swansea v Hull H

Tottenham v Crystal Palace D

Watford v Chelsea A

West Brom v Everton A

Leicester v ***nal A

Sunderland v Middlesbrough A (Nsue)

West Ham v Bournemouth H

Reading v Brighton D

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A Stoke v Man City

A Burnley v Liverpool

H Swansea v Hull

H Tottenham v Crystal Palace

A Watford v Chelsea

D West Brom v Everton

D Leicester v ***nal

A Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Ramirez)

H West Ham v Bournemouth

D Reading v Brighton

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A Stoke v Man City

A Burnley v Liverpool

D Swansea v Hull

H Tottenham v Crystal Palace

A Watford v Chelsea

A West Brom v Everton

A Leicester v ***nal

A Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Ramirez)

H West Ham v Bournemouth

A Reading v Brighton

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A - Stoke v Man City

A - Burnley v Liverpool

H - Swansea v Hull

H - Tottenham v Crystal Palace

D - Watford v Chelsea

H - West Brom v Everton

A - Leicester v ***nal

D - Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Negredo)

H - West Ham v Bournemouth

A - Reading v Brighton

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D Stoke v Man City

D Burnley v Liverpool

H Swansea v Hull

H Tottenham v Crystal Palace

A Watford v Chelsea

H West Brom v Everton

H Leicester v ***nal

A Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Downing)

H West Ham v Bournemouth

A Reading v Brighton

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A Stoke v Man City

A Burnley v Liverpool

H Swansea v Hull

H Tottenham v Crystal Palace

A Watford v Chelsea

A West Brom v Everton

D Leicester v ***nal

A Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Negredo)

H West Ham v Bournemouth

A Reading v Brighton

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 D  Stoke v Man City

 A  Burnley v Liverpool

 H  Swansea v Hull

 H  Tottenham v Crystal Palace

 A  Watford v Chelsea

 D  West Brom v Everton

 H  Leicester v ***nal

 A  Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Negrado)

 H  West Ham v Bournemouth

A  Reading v Brighton

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Stoke v Man City - D

Burnley v Liverpool - A

Swansea v Hull - H

Tottenham v Crystal Palace - H

Watford v Chelsea - D

West Brom v Everton - A

Leicester v ***nal - A

Sunderland v Middlesbrough (NUGENT) - D

West Ham v Bournemouth - D

Reading v Brighton - A

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