Tuesday’s Premier League Review

Bournemouth are looking to continue where they left off on Saturday at Swansea and continue their excellent home form this season having already equalled last season’s number of home wins. Striker Benik Afobe should be available after deciding not to play for DR Congo in the Africa Cup of Nations, although Marc Pugh is still a major doubt through injury and Jack Wilshere is unavailable due to his loan agreement. While Arsenal will be looking not to make it three away defeats in a row, after losses to Manchester City and Everton on their recent travels. They will travel without Theo Walcott and Kieran Gibbs, due to injury and possibly Mesult Ozil, who is still recovering from illness, while Elneny is on international duty in the African Cup of Nations.

Crystal Palace are still looking for their 1st winner under Ex England manager Sam Allardyce and will welcome Swansea to Selhurst park tonight. They have Delaney available from suspension and Zaha playing his last game before leaving to represent the Ivory Coast in the African Cup of Nations. Meanwhile their opponents, Swansea, who are still recovering from their 3-0 home defeat to Bournemouth on Saturday and, with Llorente doubtful and Montero definitely out, will be hoping new manager Paul Clement will be in charge and Wayne Routledge will be available after missing Saturday.

Watford, who are unbeaten in their last four visits to the Bet365 Stadium, take on a Stoke side who have lost the last 5 league games. Stoke will welcome back Marko Arnautovic from suspension, but have Walters rated as doubtful and lose both Ramaden Sobhi and Wilfred Bony to African Nations Cup duty. Watford have lost both Zuniga and Amrabat, who both suffered injuries at the weekend along with Miguel Britos who is serving a one match ban.

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