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Stoke v Arsenal Stoke home record: Stoke are only three points outside the relegation zone, but they have done well at home against the bigger teams.
Against Liverpool they lost which all goes to show that they compete very well at home against the better teams. In fact only five teams in the Premier League have a better home record than Stoke.
Hull v Newcastle Hull new strikers: They are forming a good partnership and will pose a major threat to the Newcastle defence. Weaknesses Stoke v Arsenal Arsenal better quality: Without doubt Arsenal have far more quality in their side compared to Stoke.
They have the best record in the league when facing opposition in the bottom half of the table - winning 13 of their 15 matches. However I think this is a tough game for them away to a physical team.
Hull v Newcastle Hull patchy home form: Hull have only won one of their last six league games at home and they are without a win in their last three. Manager Steve Bruce will know home form is vital if they are to avoid relegation, but in fairness it has been a tough run of games with opponents such as Man United, Chelsea, Tottenham and Southampton.
This is a better match up for them against a struggling Newcastle. Opportunities Stoke v Arsenal Head to head record: Arsenal have only won once in their last seven visits to the Britannia Stadium in all competitions and always seem to struggle with the physicality of Stoke.
Hull v Newcastle Newcastle lack of goals: Last Sunday Newcastle ended a run of four games without a goal with an injury time winner for Lois Remy over Aston Villa. It was their first win in five games and the first since Yohan Cabaye departure in the January transfer window.
Threats Stoke v Arsenal Stoke defence: Stoke have gone 14 matches without keeping a clean sheet in all competitions - conceding 26 goals in that period. Hull v Newcastle Loic Remy: The Frenchman is a quality striker and Newcastle are a far bigger threat when he plays.
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