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Home win for Tottenham heads up Sunday Premier League treble

| 01.03.2014

With the Capital One Cup final taking over the airwaves on Sunday afternoon, we have picked out a treble from the remaining trio of Premier League fixtures which all kick off at 16:30.

Home wins for Tottenham and Swansea alongside a draw between Aston Villa and Norwich will pay out at around 8/1 if successful.

Tottenham to beat Cardiff @ 1/3

Cardiff’s only real hope of staying up looks to be picking up points at home, but after Hull stuck four past them in Wales without reply last time out, they now look doomed.

On the road Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have lost six straight games, while they’ve only scored once in their last four home and away in the Premier League.

Spurs rousing midweek win should act as a prelude to three more points at White Hart Lane.

Swansea to beat Crystal Palace @ 17/20

Swansea may have suffered defeat in Naples in the Europa League, but anyone who witnessed the first leg will have seen just how dangerous Garry Monk’s side can be at the Liberty Stadium.

The Swans have won their last two home Premier League games without conceding, scoring five times in the process.

Meanwhile, Tony Pulis’ Eagles have lost 10 of 12 away games this season and look vulnerable away from Selhurst Park.

Aston Villa to draw with Norwich @ 12/5

Paul Lambert’s side have only picked up two wins from their last 14 games in all competitions, losing nine of those.

With only a point to show from their last four outings confidence will be in sparse supply for the hosts while Norwich will be buoyed with a vital win over Tottenham last time out.

However, Chris Hughton’s side are so poor on the road that this one could well dribble towards a draw.

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Christian Crowther

Give Christian a sport with anything remotely spherical in it and he’ll happily while away the hours watching it on the box. However, he’d much prefer writing about, playing or betting on golf, football, cricket, tennis, snooker.... you get the picture.