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The Chinese Grand Prix

The Chinese Grand Prix

Hamilton took his third pole position in four races this season, recording a lap more than half a second quicker than Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo in treacherous conditions. It was the Briton's 34th pole of his career, placing him in fourth place on the all time list behind Sebastian Vettel (45) Ayrton Senna (65) and Michael Schumacher (68). After clinching back-to-back wins for the first time in four years with his recent successes in Malaysia and Bahrain, Hamilton is now poised to claim three victories in a row for the first time in his career. Ferrari's Fernando Alonso was the best of the rest in fifth behind the leading two marques, whilst Jenson Button could only manage 12th in his McLaren due to issues trying to heat up the front tyres in the cold conditions.

Norwich v Liverpool

Norwich v Liverpool

Norwich embark on an unenviable 4-game run in, starting against league leaders Liverpool, on the back of a three-game losing streak and new manager Neil Adams has a monumental task ahead. The Canaries will be dreading the arrival of Luis Suarez in particular, with the Uruguayan having scored 11 goals in his last 4 appearances against the East Anglians. A match against a side desperately battling against relegation isn't ideal for Liverpool, who will be wary of any slip ups, but they seemed incredibly focused and have the quality to win comfortably at Carrow Road.

Hull City v Arsenal

Hull City v Arsenal

In this FA Cup final dress rehearsal, Hull host Arsenal with both teams still needing points in the league but their seasons focused on silverware. Arsenal need to win all their remaining games as they look to hunt down Everton in 4th, while Hull are still not fully safe from relegation. Hull have found it difficult to motivate themselves in the Premier League run-in, and Arsenal, confident from their midweek win over West Ham, should be victorious here.

Everton v Man Utd

Everton v Man Utd

Everton's loss to Crystal Palace in midweek dealt a huge blow to their Champions League aspirations, and with a tough game coming up against Manchester City, they really need to beat United here. They do raise their game though against the bigger sides, having recently beaten Arsenal 3-0 at Goodison Park, and having won at Old Trafford earlier in the season. With United's injury problems, Everton will probably be favourites to win here. Manchester United have a slim chance of catching Everton and will hope that they can continue what is the best Premier League away record this season with another win here.

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