Aston Villa 2-1 Sunderland: A closely fought game at Villa Park but one which will see the hosts come out on top, after they came back from two goals down against West Brom, on Monday night.
Cardiff 1-1 Arsenal: South Wales is proving to be a tough trip for all the teams challenging for the title so far and I don’t expect it to be any different here. Arsenal to take the lead but will not be able to see the game out.
Everton 2-1 Stoke: Everton have been doing well under Roberto Martinez and I expect them to continue their good form with a win over a very indifferent Stoke side.
Norwich 1-1 Crystal Palace: Palace will be riding on something of a high, after beating Hull away last week and new manager, Tony Pulis has never been relegated in his managerial career. I’m backing them to take a point from Carrow Road against a Norwich side that have enough problems of their own.
West Ham 1-0 Fulham: Both of these sides are battling relegation but I think that home advantage will be enough for West Ham, to take all three points against a Fulham side, that need a change in management to stand a chance of avoiding the drop.
Newcastle 1-0 West Brom: Newcastle head into this game on the back of a three-game winning streak and even though I don’t think they are any more than a mid-table side, I think they will beat West Brom at St James’, just!
Tottenham 1-1 Manchester United: Two teams who have been performing below expectations in the Premier League this season, and I just can’t see either one of them being good enough to win this game.
Hull 1-2 Liverpool: Liverpool will avoid a potential banana skin by having just too much quality up-top for Hull. Suarez and Sturridge will be unstoppable!
Chelsea 2-1 Southampton: Chelsea’s home-form is near enough invincible and even though Southampton have been performing well above expectations this season, I still expect them to come up short at Stamford Bridge.
Manchester City 3-1 Swansea: After demolishing Tottenham last week, City won’t even have to be at their best to see off Swansea. If they can sort their away form out, the Blue side of Manchester could well be celebrating come May.