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EPL games: Match analysis and supercomputer predictions.

After going on a short break, the English Premier League action resumes today with a game involving Brighton and Crystal Palace.

Tomorrow is also going to be action-packed as a lot of exciting matches have been lined up.

In this article, SportsBlitz.ng takes a look at some of tomorrow's games and also shares what FiveThirtyEight's supercomputer is saying about them:

Manchester City vs Chelsea

The biggest game of tomorrow is surely the game between two title contenders Manchester City and Chelsea.

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Manchester City have undoubtedly been the most in-form side in the Premier League in recent weeks. As for Chelsea, they seem to be regaining their form after experiencing a dip of form.

As such, this game promises to be a keenly-contested one.

Here's what FiveThirtyEight's supercomputer is saying regarding the game:

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Aston Villa vs Manchester United

Another interesting game that'll be coming up tomorrow is the game involving Aston Villa and Manchester United.

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After getting knocked out of the FA Cup by the same opponent in midweek, Aston Villa will be going all out for revenge in this game.

Its going to be another tough test for Ralf Rangnick's men as he hopes to get his team to the right track as soon as possible.

Here's an illustration of the possible lineup below:

Photo credit: FiveThirtyEight

Norwich vs Everton

Everton has a chance to return to winning ways in the Premier League when they go up against Norwich tomorrow.

Norwich City, who are currently in the relegation zone, have won just 2 games so far this season, as such, they'll be doing all they can to earn maximum points in the game.

Here's what FiveThirtyEight's supercomputer is saying regarding the game:

Photo credit: FiveThirtyEight

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