West Brom 2-2 Arsenal
Arsenal are in desperate need of a win to boost their top four hopes but it won’t come against Tony Pulis’ Baggies tomorrow.
Pulls has often been a thorn in Arsene Wenger’s side during his time in the Premier League, especially when at Stoke.
The Gunners beat West Brom 1-0 on Boxing Day but their recent performances don’t suggest a clean sheet is likely at the Hawthorns.
Crystal Palace 2-1 Watford
It’s getting serious for Sam Allardyce and his side now.
A nightmare run in to the end of the season means this game is simply must win for the Eagles.
We all know Allardyce gets his side going when it matters and I think they’ll pip the Hornets in this one.
“Jurgen Klopp’s men look to be stumbling towards the line this season”
Man City v Liverpool
Everton 3-1 Hull
We’ve seen plenty of favourites lose at Cheltenham this week, but don’t expect an upset on Saturday.
Everton are in blistering form having won four consecutive matches at Goodison Park, netting 15 goals in the process.
Meanwhile there’s no doubting Hull have improved significantly since the arrival of Marco Silva, but the Portuguese tactician still hasn’t collected an away victory.
Stoke 0-2 Chelsea
It’s hard to see Chelsea coming away from the bet365 Stadium with anything other than all three points.
Fresh from dumping Manchester United out of the FA Cup on Monday, Antonio Conte’s side will be looking to extend their sizeable lead at the top of the table.
Stoke held Manchester City to a goalless draw last time out but they’ll do well to achieve the same result against the Blues tomorrow.
Sunderland 2-1 Burnley
Sunderland are bottom of the table and six points from safety and if they don’t win against Burnley this weekend they will be facing football in the Championship next season.
The Black Cats have struggled all season long and have been too reliant on Jermain Defoe.
But after being recalled to the England squad the 34-year-old will be confident and on the scoresheet at the Stadium of Light.
West Ham 0-2 Leicester
Leicester will be buoyed by their Champions League success and should have enough to consign West Ham to a third-straight defeat.
Craig Shakespeare’s found the winning formula since taking the reigns from Claudio Ranieri.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has the opposite problem having not tasted victory since February 4, and they’re leaking far too many goals.
Bournemouth 2-3 Swansea
If any game this weekend screams goals, then it is this one at the Vitality Stadium.
The last time Bournemouth kept a clean sheet in any competition was 11 games ago. Their opponents? Swansea.
But Paul Clement wasn’t in charge then and he has turned the Swans’ fortunes around and will continue their relegation fight tomorrow in a goal-fest on the south coast.
Middlesbrough 0-2 Man United
Jose Mourinho has been moaning about fixture congestion after Marcos Rojo was passed a banana in the 1-0 Europa League win over Rostov last night.
And the Special One does have a point as his side have played 47 times already this season.
Middlesbrough sacked Aitor Karanka this week but I fancy the Red Devils to pick up a priceless win at the Riverside.
Tottenham 3-2 Southampton
Southampton will be hoping to get one over their old boss when they go to White Hart Lane on Sunday afternoon.
Maurcio Pochettino’s men will be without star striker Harry Kane, who suffered an ankle injury in last weekend’s FA Cup quarter-final win over Millwall.
But they should still have just about enough to further cement their bid to secure a top four spot this season.
Man City 3-1 Liverpool
Manchester City may have crashed out of the Champions League during the week but I think they’ll be looking for revenge.
Both sides’ defences are suspect but City are superior going forward.
Liverpool can beat anyone in the Premier League on their day but Jurgen Klopp’s men look to be stumbling towards the line this season.