Our Premier League preview team get stuck into this weekend's fixtures with score predictions and short summaries for every match...
Foxes to outwit Wolves
Simon Mail says: "A tired Wolves side could feel the pace after losing with 10 men at Man City on Monday and unpredictable Leicester have won their last two away league games 1-0. Claude Puel could get some much-needed breathing space with three points. Wolves 0-1 Leicester."
Back the 0-1 @ 10.00
This won't be last on Match of the Day
Jamie Pacheco says: "Bournemouth have been poor at home of late and even worse when it comes to conceding goals, whether they're home or away. West Ham are an unpredictable side but one who have never failed to score away at Bournemouth in 12 attempts. We may just be in for a cracker here. Bournemouth 2-2 West Ham."
Back the 2-2 @ 13.50
Liverpool to drop points
Steve Rawlings says: "Crystal Palace travel to Liverpool in search of their fourth win at Anfield in five seasons and having beaten both Manchester City and Wolves away, they're in search of their third away victory on the spin. The Eagles are a better team away from Selhurst Park this season and this might not be a pushover for the Premier League leaders who may have to settle for a frustrating stalemate. Liverpool 1-1 Crystal Palace."
Back the 1-1 at 13.00
United to get the 7Up with little fuss
Andrew Atherley says: "United are going for seven in a row under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Brighton have yet to stop a big-six team on the road, usually losing to nil. Manchester United 2-0 Brighton."
Back the 2-0 @ 7.40
Tough to separate two relegation battlers
Dan Fitch says: "Both Newcastle and Cardiff have struggled to score goals this season, but the Magpies have improved in this aspect of late and Cardiff's physicality looks set to test a home defence beset by injuries. It's a relegation six-pointer, but these sides may have to content themselves with a point apiece from a score draw. Newcastle 1-1 Cardiff."
Back the 1-1 @ 7.20
Point apiece for Saints and Everton
Dave Tindall says: "Saints have just one home win in the Premier League and Everton just two away victories. So who do you trust? The answer is neither so, rather by default, let's try a 1-1 draw. Southampton 1-1 Everton."
Back the 1-1 @ 7.20
Don't bet against Burnley scoring
Paul Robinson says: "Both of these teams come into the game in decent form and while the Hornets are favourites, there is a good chance that their leaky defence will let them downagainst a resolute Burnley. Watford 1-1 Burnley."
Back the 1-1 @ 8.20
Back Arsenal to upset the odds
Kevin Hatchard says: "Despite their recent wobbles, Arsenal's home form has been very strong under Unai Emery, and I think they could reinvigorate their season with a vital winagainst a Chelsea team fighting on several fronts. Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea."
Back the 2-1 @ 13.00
A mauling awaits the Terriers
Jack Lang says: "Toothless and now managerless, the Terriers will probably have a torrid time of it against a City side very much back in the groove. Huddersfield 0-3 Manchester City."
Back the 0-3 @ 7.40
Weakened Spurs can still win at the Cottage
Andy Schooler says: "Even without Kane and Son, Spurs should have too much for Fulham, who have really struggled against the cream of the Premier League, particularly defensively. It's not been the best week for the visitors but they can get back on track by battling to a narrow victory. Fulham 1-2 Spurs."
Back the 1-2 @10.50
Wolves 0-1 Leicester: Back the 0-1 @ 10.00
Bournemouth 2-2 West Ham: Back the 2-2 @ 13.50
Liverpool 1-1 Crystal Palace: Back the 1-1 at 13.00