Wolves vs. Burnley (Tuesday, 7.30pm)
We say: Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 Burnley
The morale in the Burnley camp may be at its peak right now, and the Clarets have also had Wolves' number in Premier League fixtures gone by, but O'Neil's side are proving a tough nut to crack on the Molineux turf.
Wolves emerged from their loss to Arsenal with their heads held high too, and while a clean sheet may continue to elude the hosts, we can still envisage them bringing Burnley crashing back down to earth.
Luton vs. Arsenal (Tuesday, 8.15pm)
For the first time in 32 years, Luton Town and Arsenal will do battle in a top-flight fixture when they square off at Kenilworth Road in Tuesday's Premier League affair.
We say: Luton Town 0-2 Arsenal
All three of Luton's home defeats this season have been by just the one goal, but with no fewer than three fresh defensive injury concerns rearing their ugly heads, the Hatters could prove easy pickings for the league leaders on Tuesday.
Fatigue in Arteta's camp will do the Gunners no favours either, but the Arsenal boss has plentiful options for change in all areas of the field and should oversee a sixth successive victory at Kenilworth Road, with another away clean sheet to add to the collection.