Aston Villa vs. Watford (Tuesday, 7.30pm)
The Hornets, on the back of a six-match unbeaten streak, will remain outside of the relegation zone if they avoid defeat.
We say: Aston Villa 1-3 Watford
While Villa are capable of raising their game in front of their own supporters, we cannot back against Watford, who are currently showing everything required to get themselves out of a relegation scrap. As well as their confidence in attack, the Hornets also have the potential to overpower their hosts.
Bournemouth vs. Brighton (Tuesday, 7.30pm)
Despite a three-game winless streak of their own, Brighton go into the meeting at the Vitality Stadium with a three-point cushion above the relegation zone.
We say: Bournemouth 1-2 Brighton & Hove Albion
Despite home advantage, it is difficult to back Bournemouth right now. As far as Brighton are concerned, playing on away territory may suit them, and we feel that the Seagulls will have too much quality in the final third.
Crystal Palace vs. Southampton (Tuesday, 7.30pm)
The Eagles came away from the Etihad Stadium with a share of the spoils to end the weekend ninth in the table, two points ahead of opponents Southampton.
We say: Crystal Palace 1-1 Southampton
Both teams have made themselves tough to beat over the past month, losing three of their last 17 games combined, and we expect that to be reflected in the scoreline at Selhurst Park on Tuesday.
Everton vs. Newcastle (Tuesday, 7.30pm)
We say: Everton 0-0 Newcastle United
A place in the top half of the Premier League awaits the winner and on the basis of the season so far there is little to choose between them. Newcastle kept a rare shutout last time out and we are backing them to do likewise on Tuesday.
Sheffield United vs. Man City (Tuesday, 7.30pm)
We say: Sheffield United 0-1 Manchester City
Three of United's six Premier League losses this term have come against teams starting the day in the top three of the division, losing each of those without scoring. We expect a similar outcome in Tuesday's clash at Bramall Lane.
Chelsea vs. Arsenal (Tuesday, 8.15pm)
Both Chelsea and Arsenal will be looking to bounce back from disappointing results when the London rivals lock horns at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League on Tuesday night.
We say: Chelsea 1-1 Arsenal
Both teams will be desperate to return to winning ways following disappointing results at the weekend, but we are leaning towards a low-scoring draw at Stamford Bridge. Arsenal, even without Aubameyang, are certainly capable of putting in a positive performance against an inconsistent Chelsea side.
Leicester vs. West Ham (Wednesday, 7.30pm)
Leicester City take on West Ham United at the King Power Stadium on Wednesday, with the Foxes looking to arrest their recent run of poor form.
West Ham, on the other hand, have seen a marked improvement since David Moyes was reinstated as manager, taking four points from their last three Premier League matches.
We say: Leicester City 1-1 West Ham United
This game sees two sides face off at a crucial point in their seasons, with both clubs looking over their shoulders at the chasing pack. West Ham have seen improvements since Moyes arrived and this can be expected to continue on Wednesday, with the Hammers taking a point home from the Midlands.
Tottenham vs. Norwich (Wednesday, 7.30pm)
The visitors tasted victory on Saturday for just the fourth time in the Premier League this season and know any positive result here will do their chances of survival a lot of good.
We say: Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Norwich City
Spurs have been in poor form recently and Norwich's win on Saturday should have given them the confidence to take the game to the home side. These sides drew at Carrow Road earlier this season, so expect a repeat on Wednesday.
Manchester United vs. Burnley (Wednesday, 8.15pm)
Meanwhile, the Clarets make the trip to Old Trafford having ended a run of four successive defeats with a comeback victory over Leicester City.
We say: Manchester United 2-1 Burnley
Despite their contrasting fortunes at the weekend, United remain favourites to prevail here. Burnley should push their hosts all the way, although we feel that United's superior class will shine through in the closing stages.
Wolves vs. Liverpool (Thursday, 8pm)
Champions-elect Liverpool travel to Molineux to face Wolverhampton Wanderers on Thursday looking to continue their remarkable run of form.
Jurgen Klopp's side have won 21 and lost none of their 22 games in the Premier League this season to build a 16-point lead at the top of the table, but take on a Wolves side that ran them close in the reverse fixture at Anfield.
We say: Wolves 0-1 Liverpool
Thursday's match looks like it could be one of the toughest Liverpool have left this season, but Klopp's side have become masters at grinding out results. Wolves have a dreadful scoring record against the Merseysiders and have developed an unwelcome habit of conceding the first goal in games recently, which is a position Liverpool very rarely drop points from nowadays.