We have seven Premier League clashes on Saturday and the action kicks off at White Hart Lane when Spurs face Arsenal at lunchtime with live coverage on BT Sport 1 at 12:45pm.
Arsenal coasted to an easy 5-0 win against Aston Villa at the weekend and can move into third place should they overcome Tottenham Hotspur in what looks set to be a thrilling north London derby.
The Gunners have scored ten without reply in their last three Premier League outings and they will be up against a similarly free-scoring Spurs side. Expect a goal-fest.
Chelsea travel to the West Midlands to clash with an Aston Villa side who will still be shell-shocked following their 5-0 thrashing at the weekend. This can only go one way and we’ll be backing a Chelsea win-to-nil.
Struggling Leicester City play host to an improving Crystal Palace side who will be eager to return to winning ways following their 1-0 home defeat to Everton on Saturday. The Foxes sit three points adrift of safety at the bottom of the table and further pressure will be heaped on manager Nigel Pearson when the points leave for south London.
Any slip-ups by leaders Chelsea and Man City will be ready to pounce. Some five points separate the two sides at the top of the Premier League, however Hull City will be the visitors to the Etihad on Saturday and confidence won’t be high from a team which conceded three times against an average Newcastle United side in their last outing. Back a City win-to-nil.
A managerless QPR side are in serious trouble and sit amongst the favourites for relegation back to the Championship. They will face a Southampton side desperate to bounce back from two successive defeats and an away win looks set to be the order of the day at Loftus Road.
Swansea v Sunderland is an extremely close call. Both sides are showing no consistency whatsoever, however the hosts will be in high spirits following their 1-0 win at Southampton last weekend. We’re backing a low scoring draw in this one.
This brings us on to the eagerly anticipated Liverpool derby at Goodison Park. The Reds are unbeaten in ninety minutes since mid-December and face a Toffees side which ended their eight match winless run with a 1-0 defeat of Crystal Palace on Saturday. With Liverpool in the ascendancy at the moment, we feel that they can be backed with confidence to win this match.