Leaders Leicester host West Brom, while Bournemouth and Southampton are set to play out a close encounter
Aston Villa v Everton
Eight points adrift of safety with eleven games remaining. While it’s mathematically possible, Villa have only accrued sixteen points all term. Everton can take advantage after an extended break, with the Toffees having won four of their past five encounters.
CORRECT SCORE: Villa 0 Everton 3
Bournemouth v Southampton
Having already covered this game in a preview, we’re expecting a low-scoring encounter, with Bournemouth steadily racking up the points to stay in the top flight.
CORRECT SCORE: Bournemouth 0 Southampton 0
Leicester v West Brom
The Foxes found it tough against Norwich on Saturday and Tuesday’s match could be a stumbling block, with Albion amazingly winning a game 3-2 on Saturday night. Tony Pulis’ tactics will be different here although Saido Berahino has finally landed a first-team spot and he’s looking interested.
CORRECT SCORE: Leicester 0 West Brom 1
Norwich v Chelsea
Hard to predict anything other than an away win. The Canaries were denied a deserved point at the King Power although it heaps more pressure on them against a side unbeaten under Guus Hiddink. The visitors are now playing for the manager and can do a number on Norwich.
CORRECT SCORE: Norwich 0 Chelsea 3
Sunderland v Crystal Palace
Sunderland really should have taken something from the Boleyn Ground and they’re playing Palace at a good time. The Eagles have gone off the boil royally and seven defeats in their past eleven matches suggests they should be taken on here.
CORRECT SCORE: Sunderland 2 Crystal Palace 1