Leeds vs. Chelsea (Saturday, 12.30pm)
We say: Leeds United 1-2 Chelsea
Leeds are more than capable of making it a tough afternoon for Chelsea despite Bielsa's side struggling for results in recent weeks. The Whites have enough attacking talent to find the back of the net, but we are finding it difficult to look past a Chelsea side battling to remain inside the top four.
Crystal Palace vs. West Brom (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The Baggies are currently 19th in the table, eight points from the safety of 17th position, while Palace occupy 13th spot, eight points clear of the relegation zone.
We say: Crystal Palace 1-1 West Bromwich Albion
West Brom have drawn three of their last five Premier League matches and desperately need a win to boost their chances of survival. Palace have drawn their last two games at Selhurst Park, though, and we can see another tight match ending in a share of the spoils.
Everton vs. Burnley (Saturday, 5.30pm)
Both sides failed to win against London clubs last weekend, with the Toffees losing to Chelsea – their first away defeat in the league since November – and the Clarets claiming their fifth successive home draw, this time against Arsenal.
We say: Everton 2-0 Burnley
Everton have shown their top-four credentials in recent weeks, but the team's home form must improve if they are to stay in touch with the sides currently above them.
Burnley have displayed their resilience in their last two matches against Leicester and Arsenal and will hope to cause problems for the hosts once again this weekend, as they did in the reverse fixture three months ago.
However, we expect the Toffees to continue their Champions League charge with a victory on Saturday.
Fulham vs. Man City (Saturday, 8.00pm)
After returning to winning ways in convincing fashion in midweek, runaway leaders Manchester City travel to Craven Cottage to take on relegation-threatened Fulham in the Premier League on Saturday night.
The visitors crushed Southampton 5-2 at the Etihad in their most recent outing, while Fulham claimed a historic win on the Anfield turf over reigning champions Liverpool.
We say: Fulham 0-2 Manchester City
Fulham have every right to believe that anything is possible this week after their Anfield triumph, but a fully-fit City represents a different kettle of fish to a confidence-depleted Liverpool. The visitors will likely be looking ahead to their European clash with Monchengladbach, but they should have no problem overcoming a Fulham team who have struggled for home goals all season, so we can only envisage a comfortable away win.