Manchester City 3-1 Arsenal: ManchesterCity have been just far too formidable at home to ignore. Arsenal will go two games without a win for the first time this season, and lose grip at the top.
Cardiff 1-2 West Brom: Nobody has really picked up on Cardiff’s slide down the table, but they lay a mere point above Palace and Fulham. Their problems to become more noticeable with a home defeat.
Chelsea 3-0 Crystal Palace: Easy as you like for Chelsea, they can beat the Eagles at a canter. Tony Pulis will not be focusing on games like this to get them out of trouble; it’s a damage limitation exercise.
Tottenham 3-1 Liverpool: Tottenham to come out like an absolute steam train and punish Liverpool in the first half, even Suarez is kept quiet. I’m still expecting the Uruguayan to score, but it won’t be enough.
Everton 2-2 Fulham: A rejuvenated Fulham go to Goodison Park and play out a cracker of a game, nabbing a point along the way. Meulensteen needs this honeymoon to last.
Newcastle 2-1 Southampton: Despite an excellent performance, the longest away trip in the League for the Saints should just prove too much for a Newcastle side in fine form.
West Ham 1-1 Sunderland: The Hammers & The Black Cats play out a six-pointer where nobody takes home more than one for themselves. A dreary game with a couple of tap-ins for goals, not what either manager needs.
Hull 1-0 Stoke: Two very mid-table sides, and Steve Bruce’s profile is rising all the time. Another efficient win here and I can’t see the Humberside club falling into trouble.
Aston Villa 1-2 Manchester United: Goals only seem to get scored in Manchester United’s away games. They’ll pick up a win here against a Villa side that only have 6 home goals themselves this season.
Norwich 2-0 Swansea: Swansea, with their well-documented travel problems with getting to Switzerland, will suffer preparing for this game more than St Gallen. Easy enough win for Norwich.