Norwich vs. Brighton (Saturday, 12.30pm)
The Canaries go into the match now seven points from safety and with a return to the Championship looking increasingly likely, whereas Brighton have a six-point cushion to the bottom three with six games remaining.
We say: Norwich 0-1 Brighton
Everything points to this being a low-scoring affair and it would not be a surprise to see it end goalless, but Brighton are catching Norwich at a very good time and, with victory important for them too, we are backing the visitors to come out on top.
Leicester vs. Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The Foxes still sit third in the Premier League table but are winless in four games, while Palace go into the contest on the back of successive defeats.
We say: Leicester 1-1 Crystal Palace
This is a fascinating contest between two teams that have enjoyed decent campaigns but are faltering a little right now.
Leicester need to return to winning ways soon if they are to hang on to their Champions League spot, but Palace are a difficult team to beat and we can see the two sides cancelling each other out at the King Power.
Man Utd vs. Bournemouth (Saturday, 3.00pm)
We say: Manchester United 4-0 Bournemouth
If Bournemouth do not start picking up wins again soon, they may as well start making preparations for life in the second tier next season. The Cherries are now facing an away fixture against an in-form United side packed with attacking talent, and we cannot see any other outcome than a comfortable victory for the Champions League-chasing Red Devils.
Wolves vs. Arsenal (Saturday, 5.30pm)
The two clubs both enjoyed victories and clean sheets in their most recent fixtures, with Wolves overcoming Aston Villa 1-0 last weekend while Arsenal inflicted a 4-0 thrashing on Norwich City in midweek.
We say: Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-2 Arsenal
The clash between Wolves and Arsenal promises to be a fascinating tie between two sides vying for a spot in Europe next season. Both clubs are heading into the weekend in a good run of form and will believe they are equally capable of coming away with all three points, but we cannot pick a winner for this one and are backing a high-scoring draw at Molineux.
Chelsea vs. Watford (Saturday, 8.00pm)
Meanwhile, Watford make the trip to West London knowing that victory could put the club as many as four points above the relegation zone with just five games remaining.
We say: Chelsea 2-1 Watford
With Watford having had a week to prepare for this contest, we are expecting a closely-fought match at Stamford Bridge. However, under pressure to improve after their setback in midweek, Chelsea could edge this game if Lampard freshens up his team.