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Languagecaster Predictions: Week 32 – London Derby

There’s a big London Derby this Sunday as the Premier League swings back into action after the international break. It’s week 32 and Chelsea take on Tottenham in a key clash for both clubs. Also this weekend Manchester City travel to Merseyside to play Everton. Can the Toffees become another Liverpool side to beat the league leaders? And West ham take on Southampton, as both teams hover around the drop zone. The Hammers will be hoping to avoid trouble in the stands with a win. So a London derby, a Manchester v Merseyside clash, and a relegation battle all feature this weekend.

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