West Brom vs. Newcastle (Sunday, 12.00pm)
West Brom are eight points behind Newcastle, having also played a game more, and quite simply need to win this contest if they are to have a realistic chance of beating the drop.
We say: West Bromwich Albion 1-1 Newcastle United
West Brom boss Allardyce will see this as possibly one final chance for West Brom to revive their survival hopes by dragging Newcastle further into the relegation mire.
The two sides have been in similar form over the past month and drew the last time they met at The Hawthorns, so we can see this one finishing all square - a result that will suit neither team.
Liverpool vs. Fulham (Sunday, 2.00pm)
The relegation-threatened Cottagers will be the second West London outfit to visit Anfield in the space of three days following Chelsea's victory there on Thursday night - a fifth consecutive home defeat for the champions.
We say: Liverpool 1-1 Fulham
Just a couple of months ago, to have backed Fulham to come away from Anfield with anything would have been a very bold call. Now, though, it is far more realistic and the formbook points to the visitors picking up a point, if not more.
We do expect Liverpool to at least end their losing run on home turf, but their wait for an Anfield victory may go on against a Fulham side that have established themselves as a tough team to beat over recent months.
Man City vs. Man Utd (Sunday, 4.30pm)
Manchester City will be looking to take another huge step towards winning this season's Premier League title when they welcome bitter rivals Manchester United to the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Pep Guardiola's side, who are on an incredible 21-game winning run in all competitions, top the table, 14 points clear of second-placed Man United, who are very much locked in a battle for a top-four finish.
We say: Manchester City 2-1 Manchester United
Man United have won three of their last six meetings with Man City in all competitions, suffering just two defeats, both of which were at Old Trafford. The Red Devils are more than capable of making it a difficult afternoon for Guardiola's side, but we are struggling to back anything other than a home win here.
Spurs vs. Crystal Palace (Sunday, 7.15pm)
Spurs finally appear to have found some momentum but are still down in eighth in the table, while Palace are five places worse off following back-to-back stalemates.
We say: Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Crystal Palace
Palace have kept back-to-back clean sheets in the Premier League and won 2-1 at Brighton & Hove Albion in their most recent away outing.
The Eagles have not won successive away league games since June 2020, though, and they face a Spurs side back in form thanks to three wins-to-nil on the spin in all competitions.
We are backing the home team to keep their positive streak going with another victory on Sunday.