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Premier League Bingo: play for points and pride as Theo Walcott begins life after Arsenal 

Brighton and Hove Albion vs Chelsea (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Chelsea fans find themselves yearning for Andy Carroll as a toothless attacking performances produces another draw.  15 points: Michy Batshuayi starts on the bench despite Alvaro Morata's suspension, paving the way for his January exit from Stamford Bridge.  25 points: Antonio Conte's side have three more penalties waved away and their anger rivals Michael Ballack and Didier Drogba's reaction to the 2009 Champions League semi-final against Barcelona.  Arsenal vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3pm) Will Mesut Ozil make a much-needed return from injury exile?  Credit: Getty Images  5 points: Arsenal begin the resurgence that will see them miss out on a top-four finish by one point with a 2-0 home win against in-form Palace.  15 points: Calum Chambers has harrowing flashbacks to Jefferson Montero when Wilfried Zaha squares him up one against one.  25 points: Mesut Ozil takes his place alongside Granit Xhaka in possibly the least industrious midfield in Premier League history - and Henrikh Mkhitaryan could soon be joining them.  Burnley vs Manchester United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Burnley's mini-slump continues as United secure a professional 3-1 away win.  15 points: Home fans are relieved to see Alexis Sanchez - who has scored stoppage time penalties in each of his last two appearances against Burnley - has not been registered in time to play against them.  25 points: Rather than the usual bottle of vintage claret, Jose Mourinho shares a bag of earthworms with Sean Dyche after the game.  Will Sean Dyche indulge in a hearty post-match meal of earthworms and exhaust fumes?  Credit: Getty Images  Everton vs West Brom (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Theo Walcott scores on his Everton debut with a trademark finish across the goalkeeper from right of centre.  15 points: Gareth Barry gets a friendly reception from the Goodison Park faithful and marks his Everton return with a booking for mis-timed tackle.  25 points: West Brom consider approaching Sam Allardyce now that he has all but secured Everton's Premier League safety.  Theo Walcott could make his Everton debut  Credit: Getty Images  Leicester City vs Watford (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: This repeat of that epic play-off semi-final is a rather more mundane affair with Leicester cruising to a 2-0 win.  15 points: Riyad Mahrez realises time is running out for a January move and turns in another impressive performance.  25 points: Marco Silva lies awake at night ruing the fact his desired move to Everton was thwarted as Watford's dismal form threatens to cost him a shot at the big time.  Will Riyad Mahrez continue to put himself in the January shop window?  Credit: Getty Images  Stoke City vs Huddersfield Town (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: A nailed on certainty to be the last game on Match of the Day finishes as a 0-0 draw.  15 points: Stoke owner Peter Coates states Paul Lambert was always their first-choice candidate in his programme notes, in the weekend's most brazen piece of PR.  25 points: Phil 'The Power' Taylor is in the home crowd now he has more time on his hands following his retirement from professional darts.  West Ham vs Bournemouth (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: There is more refereeing controversy in a fixture that tends to produce thrills and spills.  15 points: Andy Carroll is absent due to one of those ankle injuries that deserve quotation marks around them.  25 points: Harry Arter and Mark Noble engage in the yappy-est midfield battle of the Premier League weekend.  Manchester City vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 5.30pm) How will Man City respond after suffering their first Premier League defeat of the season? Credit: Reuters  5 points: No Sanchez, no problem for the league leaders who run up a resounding 4-0 home win.   15 points: Newcastle supporters look on enviously at a club whose owners are willing to invest heavily in the team.  25 points: Rafa Benitez is not subtle in suggesting he could manage a team of City's stature unless Newcastle match his ambitions. Southampton vs Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 4pm) 5 points: Mauricio Pellegrino's Southampton perform well against one of the 'Big Six' again, but fall short in a 3-2 home defeat.  15 points: Nathan Redmond is the latest winger to be linked with Spurs this January after a goal and an assist.  25 points: Heung-Min Son is referred to as the most underrated player in the Premier League at least six times during the game, which probably means he is not underrated.  Swansea vs Liverpool (Monday, 8pm) Jurgen Klopp will be hoping Liverpool can maintain their winning momentum  Credit: Reuters  5 points: The home side continue their improvement under Carlos Carvalhal but a spirited display cannot halt Liverpool's relentless attack.  15 points: Daniel Sturridge's body language on the Liverpool bench is analysed to a ludicrous extent.  25 points: Jurgen Klopp f-bombs live on Monday Night Football to further endear himself to the footballing public. 

Premier League Bingo: play for points and pride as Theo Walcott begins life after Arsenal 

Brighton and Hove Albion vs Chelsea (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Chelsea fans find themselves yearning for Andy Carroll as a toothless attacking performances produces another draw.  15 points: Michy Batshuayi starts on the bench despite Alvaro Morata's suspension, paving the way for his January exit from Stamford Bridge.  25 points: Antonio Conte's side have three more penalties waved away and their anger rivals Michael Ballack and Didier Drogba's reaction to the 2009 Champions League semi-final against Barcelona.  Arsenal vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3pm) Will Mesut Ozil make a much-needed return from injury exile?  Credit: Getty Images  5 points: Arsenal begin the resurgence that will see them miss out on a top-four finish by one point with a 2-0 home win against in-form Palace.  15 points: Calum Chambers has harrowing flashbacks to Jefferson Montero when Wilfried Zaha squares him up one against one.  25 points: Mesut Ozil takes his place alongside Granit Xhaka in possibly the least industrious midfield in Premier League history - and Henrikh Mkhitaryan could soon be joining them.  Burnley vs Manchester United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Burnley's mini-slump continues as United secure a professional 3-1 away win.  15 points: Home fans are relieved to see Alexis Sanchez - who has scored stoppage time penalties in each of his last two appearances against Burnley - has not been registered in time to play against them.  25 points: Rather than the usual bottle of vintage claret, Jose Mourinho shares a bag of earthworms with Sean Dyche after the game.  Will Sean Dyche indulge in a hearty post-match meal of earthworms and exhaust fumes?  Credit: Getty Images  Everton vs West Brom (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Theo Walcott scores on his Everton debut with a trademark finish across the goalkeeper from right of centre.  15 points: Gareth Barry gets a friendly reception from the Goodison Park faithful and marks his Everton return with a booking for mis-timed tackle.  25 points: West Brom consider approaching Sam Allardyce now that he has all but secured Everton's Premier League safety.  Theo Walcott could make his Everton debut  Credit: Getty Images  Leicester City vs Watford (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: This repeat of that epic play-off semi-final is a rather more mundane affair with Leicester cruising to a 2-0 win.  15 points: Riyad Mahrez realises time is running out for a January move and turns in another impressive performance.  25 points: Marco Silva lies awake at night ruing the fact his desired move to Everton was thwarted as Watford's dismal form threatens to cost him a shot at the big time.  Will Riyad Mahrez continue to put himself in the January shop window?  Credit: Getty Images  Stoke City vs Huddersfield Town (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: A nailed on certainty to be the last game on Match of the Day finishes as a 0-0 draw.  15 points: Stoke owner Peter Coates states Paul Lambert was always their first-choice candidate in his programme notes, in the weekend's most brazen piece of PR.  25 points: Phil 'The Power' Taylor is in the home crowd now he has more time on his hands following his retirement from professional darts.  West Ham vs Bournemouth (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: There is more refereeing controversy in a fixture that tends to produce thrills and spills.  15 points: Andy Carroll is absent due to one of those ankle injuries that deserve quotation marks around them.  25 points: Harry Arter and Mark Noble engage in the yappy-est midfield battle of the Premier League weekend.  Manchester City vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 5.30pm) How will Man City respond after suffering their first Premier League defeat of the season? Credit: Reuters  5 points: No Sanchez, no problem for the league leaders who run up a resounding 4-0 home win.   15 points: Newcastle supporters look on enviously at a club whose owners are willing to invest heavily in the team.  25 points: Rafa Benitez is not subtle in suggesting he could manage a team of City's stature unless Newcastle match his ambitions. Southampton vs Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 4pm) 5 points: Mauricio Pellegrino's Southampton perform well against one of the 'Big Six' again, but fall short in a 3-2 home defeat.  15 points: Nathan Redmond is the latest winger to be linked with Spurs this January after a goal and an assist.  25 points: Heung-Min Son is referred to as the most underrated player in the Premier League at least six times during the game, which probably means he is not underrated.  Swansea vs Liverpool (Monday, 8pm) Jurgen Klopp will be hoping Liverpool can maintain their winning momentum  Credit: Reuters  5 points: The home side continue their improvement under Carlos Carvalhal but a spirited display cannot halt Liverpool's relentless attack.  15 points: Daniel Sturridge's body language on the Liverpool bench is analysed to a ludicrous extent.  25 points: Jurgen Klopp f-bombs live on Monday Night Football to further endear himself to the footballing public. 

Premier League Bingo: play for points and pride as Theo Walcott begins life after Arsenal 

Brighton and Hove Albion vs Chelsea (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Chelsea fans find themselves yearning for Andy Carroll as a toothless attacking performances produces another draw.  15 points: Michy Batshuayi starts on the bench despite Alvaro Morata's suspension, paving the way for his January exit from Stamford Bridge.  25 points: Antonio Conte's side have three more penalties waved away and their anger rivals Michael Ballack and Didier Drogba's reaction to the 2009 Champions League semi-final against Barcelona.  Arsenal vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3pm) Will Mesut Ozil make a much-needed return from injury exile?  Credit: Getty Images  5 points: Arsenal begin the resurgence that will see them miss out on a top-four finish by one point with a 2-0 home win against in-form Palace.  15 points: Calum Chambers has harrowing flashbacks to Jefferson Montero when Wilfried Zaha squares him up one against one.  25 points: Mesut Ozil takes his place alongside Granit Xhaka in possibly the least industrious midfield in Premier League history - and Henrikh Mkhitaryan could soon be joining them.  Burnley vs Manchester United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Burnley's mini-slump continues as United secure a professional 3-1 away win.  15 points: Home fans are relieved to see Alexis Sanchez - who has scored stoppage time penalties in each of his last two appearances against Burnley - has not been registered in time to play against them.  25 points: Rather than the usual bottle of vintage claret, Jose Mourinho shares a bag of earthworms with Sean Dyche after the game.  Will Sean Dyche indulge in a hearty post-match meal of earthworms and exhaust fumes?  Credit: Getty Images  Everton vs West Brom (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Theo Walcott scores on his Everton debut with a trademark finish across the goalkeeper from right of centre.  15 points: Gareth Barry gets a friendly reception from the Goodison Park faithful and marks his Everton return with a booking for mis-timed tackle.  25 points: West Brom consider approaching Sam Allardyce now that he has all but secured Everton's Premier League safety.  Theo Walcott could make his Everton debut  Credit: Getty Images  Leicester City vs Watford (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: This repeat of that epic play-off semi-final is a rather more mundane affair with Leicester cruising to a 2-0 win.  15 points: Riyad Mahrez realises time is running out for a January move and turns in another impressive performance.  25 points: Marco Silva lies awake at night ruing the fact his desired move to Everton was thwarted as Watford's dismal form threatens to cost him a shot at the big time.  Will Riyad Mahrez continue to put himself in the January shop window?  Credit: Getty Images  Stoke City vs Huddersfield Town (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: A nailed on certainty to be the last game on Match of the Day finishes as a 0-0 draw.  15 points: Stoke owner Peter Coates states Paul Lambert was always their first-choice candidate in his programme notes, in the weekend's most brazen piece of PR.  25 points: Phil 'The Power' Taylor is in the home crowd now he has more time on his hands following his retirement from professional darts.  West Ham vs Bournemouth (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: There is more refereeing controversy in a fixture that tends to produce thrills and spills.  15 points: Andy Carroll is absent due to one of those ankle injuries that deserve quotation marks around them.  25 points: Harry Arter and Mark Noble engage in the yappy-est midfield battle of the Premier League weekend.  Manchester City vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 5.30pm) How will Man City respond after suffering their first Premier League defeat of the season? Credit: Reuters  5 points: No Sanchez, no problem for the league leaders who run up a resounding 4-0 home win.   15 points: Newcastle supporters look on enviously at a club whose owners are willing to invest heavily in the team.  25 points: Rafa Benitez is not subtle in suggesting he could manage a team of City's stature unless Newcastle match his ambitions. Southampton vs Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 4pm) 5 points: Mauricio Pellegrino's Southampton perform well against one of the 'Big Six' again, but fall short in a 3-2 home defeat.  15 points: Nathan Redmond is the latest winger to be linked with Spurs this January after a goal and an assist.  25 points: Heung-Min Son is referred to as the most underrated player in the Premier League at least six times during the game, which probably means he is not underrated.  Swansea vs Liverpool (Monday, 8pm) Jurgen Klopp will be hoping Liverpool can maintain their winning momentum  Credit: Reuters  5 points: The home side continue their improvement under Carlos Carvalhal but a spirited display cannot halt Liverpool's relentless attack.  15 points: Daniel Sturridge's body language on the Liverpool bench is analysed to a ludicrous extent.  25 points: Jurgen Klopp f-bombs live on Monday Night Football to further endear himself to the footballing public. 

Premier League Bingo: play for points and pride as Theo Walcott begins life after Arsenal 

Brighton and Hove Albion vs Chelsea (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Chelsea fans find themselves yearning for Andy Carroll as a toothless attacking performances produces another draw.  15 points: Michy Batshuayi starts on the bench despite Alvaro Morata's suspension, paving the way for his January exit from Stamford Bridge.  25 points: Antonio Conte's side have three more penalties waved away and their anger rivals Michael Ballack and Didier Drogba's reaction to the 2009 Champions League semi-final against Barcelona.  Arsenal vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3pm) Will Mesut Ozil make a much-needed return from injury exile?  Credit: Getty Images  5 points: Arsenal begin the resurgence that will see them miss out on a top-four finish by one point with a 2-0 home win against in-form Palace.  15 points: Calum Chambers has harrowing flashbacks to Jefferson Montero when Wilfried Zaha squares him up one against one.  25 points: Mesut Ozil takes his place alongside Granit Xhaka in possibly the least industrious midfield in Premier League history - and Henrikh Mkhitaryan could soon be joining them.  Burnley vs Manchester United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Burnley's mini-slump continues as United secure a professional 3-1 away win.  15 points: Home fans are relieved to see Alexis Sanchez - who has scored stoppage time penalties in each of his last two appearances against Burnley - has not been registered in time to play against them.  25 points: Rather than the usual bottle of vintage claret, Jose Mourinho shares a bag of earthworms with Sean Dyche after the game.  Will Sean Dyche indulge in a hearty post-match meal of earthworms and exhaust fumes?  Credit: Getty Images  Everton vs West Brom (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Theo Walcott scores on his Everton debut with a trademark finish across the goalkeeper from right of centre.  15 points: Gareth Barry gets a friendly reception from the Goodison Park faithful and marks his Everton return with a booking for mis-timed tackle.  25 points: West Brom consider approaching Sam Allardyce now that he has all but secured Everton's Premier League safety.  Theo Walcott could make his Everton debut  Credit: Getty Images  Leicester City vs Watford (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: This repeat of that epic play-off semi-final is a rather more mundane affair with Leicester cruising to a 2-0 win.  15 points: Riyad Mahrez realises time is running out for a January move and turns in another impressive performance.  25 points: Marco Silva lies awake at night ruing the fact his desired move to Everton was thwarted as Watford's dismal form threatens to cost him a shot at the big time.  Will Riyad Mahrez continue to put himself in the January shop window?  Credit: Getty Images  Stoke City vs Huddersfield Town (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: A nailed on certainty to be the last game on Match of the Day finishes as a 0-0 draw.  15 points: Stoke owner Peter Coates states Paul Lambert was always their first-choice candidate in his programme notes, in the weekend's most brazen piece of PR.  25 points: Phil 'The Power' Taylor is in the home crowd now he has more time on his hands following his retirement from professional darts.  West Ham vs Bournemouth (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: There is more refereeing controversy in a fixture that tends to produce thrills and spills.  15 points: Andy Carroll is absent due to one of those ankle injuries that deserve quotation marks around them.  25 points: Harry Arter and Mark Noble engage in the yappy-est midfield battle of the Premier League weekend.  Manchester City vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 5.30pm) How will Man City respond after suffering their first Premier League defeat of the season? Credit: Reuters  5 points: No Sanchez, no problem for the league leaders who run up a resounding 4-0 home win.   15 points: Newcastle supporters look on enviously at a club whose owners are willing to invest heavily in the team.  25 points: Rafa Benitez is not subtle in suggesting he could manage a team of City's stature unless Newcastle match his ambitions. Southampton vs Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 4pm) 5 points: Mauricio Pellegrino's Southampton perform well against one of the 'Big Six' again, but fall short in a 3-2 home defeat.  15 points: Nathan Redmond is the latest winger to be linked with Spurs this January after a goal and an assist.  25 points: Heung-Min Son is referred to as the most underrated player in the Premier League at least six times during the game, which probably means he is not underrated.  Swansea vs Liverpool (Monday, 8pm) Jurgen Klopp will be hoping Liverpool can maintain their winning momentum  Credit: Reuters  5 points: The home side continue their improvement under Carlos Carvalhal but a spirited display cannot halt Liverpool's relentless attack.  15 points: Daniel Sturridge's body language on the Liverpool bench is analysed to a ludicrous extent.  25 points: Jurgen Klopp f-bombs live on Monday Night Football to further endear himself to the footballing public. 

Premier League Bingo: play for points and pride as Theo Walcott begins life after Arsenal 

Brighton and Hove Albion vs Chelsea (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Chelsea fans find themselves yearning for Andy Carroll as a toothless attacking performances produces another draw.  15 points: Michy Batshuayi starts on the bench despite Alvaro Morata's suspension, paving the way for his January exit from Stamford Bridge.  25 points: Antonio Conte's side have three more penalties waved away and their anger rivals Michael Ballack and Didier Drogba's reaction to the 2009 Champions League semi-final against Barcelona.  Arsenal vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3pm) Will Mesut Ozil make a much-needed return from injury exile?  Credit: Getty Images  5 points: Arsenal begin the resurgence that will see them miss out on a top-four finish by one point with a 2-0 home win against in-form Palace.  15 points: Calum Chambers has harrowing flashbacks to Jefferson Montero when Wilfried Zaha squares him up one against one.  25 points: Mesut Ozil takes his place alongside Granit Xhaka in possibly the least industrious midfield in Premier League history - and Henrikh Mkhitaryan could soon be joining them.  Burnley vs Manchester United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Burnley's mini-slump continues as United secure a professional 3-1 away win.  15 points: Home fans are relieved to see Alexis Sanchez - who has scored stoppage time penalties in each of his last two appearances against Burnley - has not been registered in time to play against them.  25 points: Rather than the usual bottle of vintage claret, Jose Mourinho shares a bag of earthworms with Sean Dyche after the game.  Will Sean Dyche indulge in a hearty post-match meal of earthworms and exhaust fumes?  Credit: Getty Images  Everton vs West Brom (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Theo Walcott scores on his Everton debut with a trademark finish across the goalkeeper from right of centre.  15 points: Gareth Barry gets a friendly reception from the Goodison Park faithful and marks his Everton return with a booking for mis-timed tackle.  25 points: West Brom consider approaching Sam Allardyce now that he has all but secured Everton's Premier League safety.  Theo Walcott could make his Everton debut  Credit: Getty Images  Leicester City vs Watford (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: This repeat of that epic play-off semi-final is a rather more mundane affair with Leicester cruising to a 2-0 win.  15 points: Riyad Mahrez realises time is running out for a January move and turns in another impressive performance.  25 points: Marco Silva lies awake at night ruing the fact his desired move to Everton was thwarted as Watford's dismal form threatens to cost him a shot at the big time.  Will Riyad Mahrez continue to put himself in the January shop window?  Credit: Getty Images  Stoke City vs Huddersfield Town (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: A nailed on certainty to be the last game on Match of the Day finishes as a 0-0 draw.  15 points: Stoke owner Peter Coates states Paul Lambert was always their first-choice candidate in his programme notes, in the weekend's most brazen piece of PR.  25 points: Phil 'The Power' Taylor is in the home crowd now he has more time on his hands following his retirement from professional darts.  West Ham vs Bournemouth (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: There is more refereeing controversy in a fixture that tends to produce thrills and spills.  15 points: Andy Carroll is absent due to one of those ankle injuries that deserve quotation marks around them.  25 points: Harry Arter and Mark Noble engage in the yappy-est midfield battle of the Premier League weekend.  Manchester City vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 5.30pm) How will Man City respond after suffering their first Premier League defeat of the season? Credit: Reuters  5 points: No Sanchez, no problem for the league leaders who run up a resounding 4-0 home win.   15 points: Newcastle supporters look on enviously at a club whose owners are willing to invest heavily in the team.  25 points: Rafa Benitez is not subtle in suggesting he could manage a team of City's stature unless Newcastle match his ambitions. Southampton vs Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 4pm) 5 points: Mauricio Pellegrino's Southampton perform well against one of the 'Big Six' again, but fall short in a 3-2 home defeat.  15 points: Nathan Redmond is the latest winger to be linked with Spurs this January after a goal and an assist.  25 points: Heung-Min Son is referred to as the most underrated player in the Premier League at least six times during the game, which probably means he is not underrated.  Swansea vs Liverpool (Monday, 8pm) Jurgen Klopp will be hoping Liverpool can maintain their winning momentum  Credit: Reuters  5 points: The home side continue their improvement under Carlos Carvalhal but a spirited display cannot halt Liverpool's relentless attack.  15 points: Daniel Sturridge's body language on the Liverpool bench is analysed to a ludicrous extent.  25 points: Jurgen Klopp f-bombs live on Monday Night Football to further endear himself to the footballing public. 

Premier League Bingo: play for points and pride as Theo Walcott begins life after Arsenal 

Brighton and Hove Albion vs Chelsea (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Chelsea fans find themselves yearning for Andy Carroll as a toothless attacking performances produces another draw.  15 points: Michy Batshuayi starts on the bench despite Alvaro Morata's suspension, paving the way for his January exit from Stamford Bridge.  25 points: Antonio Conte's side have three more penalties waved away and their anger rivals Michael Ballack and Didier Drogba's reaction to the 2009 Champions League semi-final against Barcelona.  Arsenal vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3pm) Will Mesut Ozil make a much-needed return from injury exile?  Credit: Getty Images  5 points: Arsenal begin the resurgence that will see them miss out on a top-four finish by one point with a 2-0 home win against in-form Palace.  15 points: Calum Chambers has harrowing flashbacks to Jefferson Montero when Wilfried Zaha squares him up one against one.  25 points: Mesut Ozil takes his place alongside Granit Xhaka in possibly the least industrious midfield in Premier League history - and Henrikh Mkhitaryan could soon be joining them.  Burnley vs Manchester United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Burnley's mini-slump continues as United secure a professional 3-1 away win.  15 points: Home fans are relieved to see Alexis Sanchez - who has scored stoppage time penalties in each of his last two appearances against Burnley - has not been registered in time to play against them.  25 points: Rather than the usual bottle of vintage claret, Jose Mourinho shares a bag of earthworms with Sean Dyche after the game.  Will Sean Dyche indulge in a hearty post-match meal of earthworms and exhaust fumes?  Credit: Getty Images  Everton vs West Brom (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Theo Walcott scores on his Everton debut with a trademark finish across the goalkeeper from right of centre.  15 points: Gareth Barry gets a friendly reception from the Goodison Park faithful and marks his Everton return with a booking for mis-timed tackle.  25 points: West Brom consider approaching Sam Allardyce now that he has all but secured Everton's Premier League safety.  Theo Walcott could make his Everton debut  Credit: Getty Images  Leicester City vs Watford (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: This repeat of that epic play-off semi-final is a rather more mundane affair with Leicester cruising to a 2-0 win.  15 points: Riyad Mahrez realises time is running out for a January move and turns in another impressive performance.  25 points: Marco Silva lies awake at night ruing the fact his desired move to Everton was thwarted as Watford's dismal form threatens to cost him a shot at the big time.  Will Riyad Mahrez continue to put himself in the January shop window?  Credit: Getty Images  Stoke City vs Huddersfield Town (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: A nailed on certainty to be the last game on Match of the Day finishes as a 0-0 draw.  15 points: Stoke owner Peter Coates states Paul Lambert was always their first-choice candidate in his programme notes, in the weekend's most brazen piece of PR.  25 points: Phil 'The Power' Taylor is in the home crowd now he has more time on his hands following his retirement from professional darts.  West Ham vs Bournemouth (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: There is more refereeing controversy in a fixture that tends to produce thrills and spills.  15 points: Andy Carroll is absent due to one of those ankle injuries that deserve quotation marks around them.  25 points: Harry Arter and Mark Noble engage in the yappy-est midfield battle of the Premier League weekend.  Manchester City vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 5.30pm) How will Man City respond after suffering their first Premier League defeat of the season? Credit: Reuters  5 points: No Sanchez, no problem for the league leaders who run up a resounding 4-0 home win.   15 points: Newcastle supporters look on enviously at a club whose owners are willing to invest heavily in the team.  25 points: Rafa Benitez is not subtle in suggesting he could manage a team of City's stature unless Newcastle match his ambitions. Southampton vs Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 4pm) 5 points: Mauricio Pellegrino's Southampton perform well against one of the 'Big Six' again, but fall short in a 3-2 home defeat.  15 points: Nathan Redmond is the latest winger to be linked with Spurs this January after a goal and an assist.  25 points: Heung-Min Son is referred to as the most underrated player in the Premier League at least six times during the game, which probably means he is not underrated.  Swansea vs Liverpool (Monday, 8pm) Jurgen Klopp will be hoping Liverpool can maintain their winning momentum  Credit: Reuters  5 points: The home side continue their improvement under Carlos Carvalhal but a spirited display cannot halt Liverpool's relentless attack.  15 points: Daniel Sturridge's body language on the Liverpool bench is analysed to a ludicrous extent.  25 points: Jurgen Klopp f-bombs live on Monday Night Football to further endear himself to the footballing public. 

Premier League Bingo: play for points and pride as Theo Walcott begins life after Arsenal 

Brighton and Hove Albion vs Chelsea (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Chelsea fans find themselves yearning for Andy Carroll as a toothless attacking performances produces another draw.  15 points: Michy Batshuayi starts on the bench despite Alvaro Morata's suspension, paving the way for his January exit from Stamford Bridge.  25 points: Antonio Conte's side have three more penalties waved away and their anger rivals Michael Ballack and Didier Drogba's reaction to the 2009 Champions League semi-final against Barcelona.  Arsenal vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3pm) Will Mesut Ozil make a much-needed return from injury exile?  Credit: Getty Images  5 points: Arsenal begin the resurgence that will see them miss out on a top-four finish by one point with a 2-0 home win against in-form Palace.  15 points: Calum Chambers has harrowing flashbacks to Jefferson Montero when Wilfried Zaha squares him up one against one.  25 points: Mesut Ozil takes his place alongside Granit Xhaka in possibly the least industrious midfield in Premier League history - and Henrikh Mkhitaryan could soon be joining them.  Burnley vs Manchester United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Burnley's mini-slump continues as United secure a professional 3-1 away win.  15 points: Home fans are relieved to see Alexis Sanchez - who has scored stoppage time penalties in each of his last two appearances against Burnley - has not been registered in time to play against them.  25 points: Rather than the usual bottle of vintage claret, Jose Mourinho shares a bag of earthworms with Sean Dyche after the game.  Will Sean Dyche indulge in a hearty post-match meal of earthworms and exhaust fumes?  Credit: Getty Images  Everton vs West Brom (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Theo Walcott scores on his Everton debut with a trademark finish across the goalkeeper from right of centre.  15 points: Gareth Barry gets a friendly reception from the Goodison Park faithful and marks his Everton return with a booking for mis-timed tackle.  25 points: West Brom consider approaching Sam Allardyce now that he has all but secured Everton's Premier League safety.  Theo Walcott could make his Everton debut  Credit: Getty Images  Leicester City vs Watford (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: This repeat of that epic play-off semi-final is a rather more mundane affair with Leicester cruising to a 2-0 win.  15 points: Riyad Mahrez realises time is running out for a January move and turns in another impressive performance.  25 points: Marco Silva lies awake at night ruing the fact his desired move to Everton was thwarted as Watford's dismal form threatens to cost him a shot at the big time.  Will Riyad Mahrez continue to put himself in the January shop window?  Credit: Getty Images  Stoke City vs Huddersfield Town (Saturday, 3pm)  5 points: A nailed on certainty to be the last game on Match of the Day finishes as a 0-0 draw.  15 points: Stoke owner Peter Coates states Paul Lambert was always their first-choice candidate in his programme notes, in the weekend's most brazen piece of PR.  25 points: Phil 'The Power' Taylor is in the home crowd now he has more time on his hands following his retirement from professional darts.  West Ham vs Bournemouth (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: There is more refereeing controversy in a fixture that tends to produce thrills and spills.  15 points: Andy Carroll is absent due to one of those ankle injuries that deserve quotation marks around them.  25 points: Harry Arter and Mark Noble engage in the yappy-est midfield battle of the Premier League weekend.  Manchester City vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 5.30pm) How will Man City respond after suffering their first Premier League defeat of the season? Credit: Reuters  5 points: No Sanchez, no problem for the league leaders who run up a resounding 4-0 home win.   15 points: Newcastle supporters look on enviously at a club whose owners are willing to invest heavily in the team.  25 points: Rafa Benitez is not subtle in suggesting he could manage a team of City's stature unless Newcastle match his ambitions. Southampton vs Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 4pm) 5 points: Mauricio Pellegrino's Southampton perform well against one of the 'Big Six' again, but fall short in a 3-2 home defeat.  15 points: Nathan Redmond is the latest winger to be linked with Spurs this January after a goal and an assist.  25 points: Heung-Min Son is referred to as the most underrated player in the Premier League at least six times during the game, which probably means he is not underrated.  Swansea vs Liverpool (Monday, 8pm) Jurgen Klopp will be hoping Liverpool can maintain their winning momentum  Credit: Reuters  5 points: The home side continue their improvement under Carlos Carvalhal but a spirited display cannot halt Liverpool's relentless attack.  15 points: Daniel Sturridge's body language on the Liverpool bench is analysed to a ludicrous extent.  25 points: Jurgen Klopp f-bombs live on Monday Night Football to further endear himself to the footballing public. 

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 24

Another weekend of Premier League action is upon us as Manchester City look to get back to winning ways against Newcastle after their nail-biting defeat to Liverpool. Chelsea visit Brighton and Arsenal host Crystal Palace on Saturday before Tottenham travel to Southampton on Sunday, with Liverpool and Swansea rounding off the weekend in Wales on Monday night. It's approaching the business end of the season, so here's who you should draft in and get rid of in your fantasy team. ​Goalkeepers...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 24

Another weekend of Premier League action is upon us as Manchester City look to get back to winning ways against Newcastle after their nail-biting defeat to Liverpool. Chelsea visit Brighton and Arsenal host Crystal Palace on Saturday before Tottenham travel to Southampton on Sunday, with Liverpool and Swansea rounding off the weekend in Wales on Monday night. It's approaching the business end of the season, so here's who you should draft in and get rid of in your fantasy team. ​Goalkeepers...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 24

Another weekend of Premier League action is upon us as Manchester City look to get back to winning ways against Newcastle after their nail-biting defeat to Liverpool. Chelsea visit Brighton and Arsenal host Crystal Palace on Saturday before Tottenham travel to Southampton on Sunday, with Liverpool and Swansea rounding off the weekend in Wales on Monday night. It's approaching the business end of the season, so here's who you should draft in and get rid of in your fantasy team. ​Goalkeepers...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 24

Another weekend of Premier League action is upon us as Manchester City look to get back to winning ways against Newcastle after their nail-biting defeat to Liverpool. Chelsea visit Brighton and Arsenal host Crystal Palace on Saturday before Tottenham travel to Southampton on Sunday, with Liverpool and Swansea rounding off the weekend in Wales on Monday night. It's approaching the business end of the season, so here's who you should draft in and get rid of in your fantasy team. ​Goalkeepers...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 24

Another weekend of Premier League action is upon us as Manchester City look to get back to winning ways against Newcastle after their nail-biting defeat to Liverpool. Chelsea visit Brighton and Arsenal host Crystal Palace on Saturday before Tottenham travel to Southampton on Sunday, with Liverpool and Swansea rounding off the weekend in Wales on Monday night. It's approaching the business end of the season, so here's who you should draft in and get rid of in your fantasy team. ​Goalkeepers...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 24

Another weekend of Premier League action is upon us as Manchester City look to get back to winning ways against Newcastle after their nail-biting defeat to Liverpool. Chelsea visit Brighton and Arsenal host Crystal Palace on Saturday before Tottenham travel to Southampton on Sunday, with Liverpool and Swansea rounding off the weekend in Wales on Monday night. It's approaching the business end of the season, so here's who you should draft in and get rid of in your fantasy team. ​Goalkeepers...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 24

Another weekend of Premier League action is upon us as Manchester City look to get back to winning ways against Newcastle after their nail-biting defeat to Liverpool. Chelsea visit Brighton and Arsenal host Crystal Palace on Saturday before Tottenham travel to Southampton on Sunday, with Liverpool and Swansea rounding off the weekend in Wales on Monday night. It's approaching the business end of the season, so here's who you should draft in and get rid of in your fantasy team. ​Goalkeepers...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 24

Another weekend of Premier League action is upon us as Manchester City look to get back to winning ways against Newcastle after their nail-biting defeat to Liverpool. Chelsea visit Brighton and Arsenal host Crystal Palace on Saturday before Tottenham travel to Southampton on Sunday, with Liverpool and Swansea rounding off the weekend in Wales on Monday night. It's approaching the business end of the season, so here's who you should draft in and get rid of in your fantasy team. ​Goalkeepers...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 24

Another weekend of Premier League action is upon us as Manchester City look to get back to winning ways against Newcastle after their nail-biting defeat to Liverpool. Chelsea visit Brighton and Arsenal host Crystal Palace on Saturday before Tottenham travel to Southampton on Sunday, with Liverpool and Swansea rounding off the weekend in Wales on Monday night. It's approaching the business end of the season, so here's who you should draft in and get rid of in your fantasy team. ​Goalkeepers...

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Chelsea team news: Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Brighton

The Blues travel to the relegation-threatened club as they aim to turn around a mediocre run of form that has seen them struggle to score goals

Chelsea team news: Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Brighton

The Blues travel to the relegation-threatened club as they aim to turn around a mediocre run of form that has seen them struggle to score goals

Chelsea team news: Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Brighton

The Blues travel to the relegation-threatened club as they aim to turn around a mediocre run of form that has seen them struggle to score goals

Chelsea team news: Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Brighton

The Blues travel to the relegation-threatened club as they aim to turn around a mediocre run of form that has seen them struggle to score goals

Chelsea team news: Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Brighton

The Blues travel to the relegation-threatened club as they aim to turn around a mediocre run of form that has seen them struggle to score goals

Chelsea team news: Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Brighton

The Blues travel to the relegation-threatened club as they aim to turn around a mediocre run of form that has seen them struggle to score goals

Chelsea team news: Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Brighton

The Blues travel to the relegation-threatened club as they aim to turn around a mediocre run of form that has seen them struggle to score goals

Chelsea team news: Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Brighton

The Blues travel to the relegation-threatened club as they aim to turn around a mediocre run of form that has seen them struggle to score goals

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