No breaks for our Premier League preview team as they return to give their score predictions for this weekend's action...

Frustrating February fixture

Dave Tindall says: "After an excellent win over Man City, Newcastle can smother and frustrate Spurs too. The hosts are yet to draw in the Premier League this season but, with Rafa in town, this could well be where that stat changes. Tottenham 1-1 Newcastle."
Back the 1-1 @ 10.00

Visitors to nick it

Andy Schooler says: "Watford's impressive away form suffered a dent on Wednesday as Spurs grabbed two late goals but confidence should still be high as they travel to a Brighton side heading in the wrong direction and coming in after a 4-2 humbling at Fulham. Watford can edge this one as the outsiders. Brighton 0-1 Watford."
Back the 0-1 @ 8.80

Not much between the two

Jamie Pacheco says: "They're tied on points, their head-to-head record is very even and they're both fresh from midweek draws, albeit in pretty different circumstances. We may just get another one of those here between two sides who are just too hard to split. Burnley 1-1 Southampton."
Back the 1-1 @ 7.00

No Zaha, no party

Andrew Atherley says: "This could be a tale of two strikers, with Wilfried Zaha suspended for Palace and Aleksandar Mitrovic in red-hot form for Fulham, and that could give the visitors the edge. Crystal Palace 0-2 Fulham."
Back the 0-2 @ 20.00

Chelsea to bounce back

Kevin Hatchard says: "Chelsea are wounded after their collapse at Bournemouth, and I expect a backlash against the worst side in the top flight. Chelsea 2-0 Huddersfield."
Back the 2-0 @ 5.70

Silva under pressure

Steve Rawlings says: "Just two points separate Everton and Wolves, with the hosts looking to leapfrog the visitors up in to seventh place. Wolves are in much better recent form than the Toffees though and they're in search of their third win in-a-row. With the pressure building on Everton manager, Marco Silva, the visitors might just edge what looks highly likely to be a close encounter. Everton 0-1 Wolves."
Back the 0-1 @ 9.60

All square

Dan Fitch says: "Cardiff gave a good performance in defeat to Arsenal in midweek and they could claim a valuable point against a Bournemouth side that have not won away since October, in what is set to be an emotional evening. Cardiff 2-2 Bournemouth."
Back the 2-2 @ 15.50

Foxes to continue poor record against United

Simon Mail says: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has won all four away matches since taking charge at Manchester United and can add to the tally with a victory at the King Power Stadium. Leicester have won only one of their 12 home league games against this weekend's opponents. Leicester 1-2 Manchester United."
Back the 1-2 @ 9.40

No shocks at the Etihad

Mark O'Haire says: "Manchester City's title challenge was given a reprieve by Liverpool on Wednesday night and the Citizens should be capable of bouncing back on Sunday by swiping an unconvincing Arsenal outfit aside with room to spare. Man City 3-1 Arsenal."
Back the 3-1 @ 11.00

Dusting off for the title

Jasmine Baba says: "Liverpool carry a strong record against West Ham in recent years and will want to dust off any doubts after their draw at home to Leicester. West Ham 1-3 Liverpool."
Back the 1-3 @ 12.00
Tottenham 1-1 Newcastle: Back the 1-1 @ 10.00
Brighton 0-1 Watford: Back the 0-1 @ 8.80
Burnley 1-1 Southampton: Back the 1-1 @ 7.00
Crystal Palace 0-2 Fulham: Back the 0-2 @ 20.00
Chelsea 2-0 Huddersfield: Back the 2-0 @ 5.70
Everton 0-1 Wolves: Back the 0-1 @ 9.60
Cardiff 2-2 Bournemouth: Back the 2-2 @ 15.50
Leicester 1-2 Manchester United: Back the 1-2 @ 9.40
Man City 3-1 Arsenal: Back the 3-1 @ 11.00
West Ham 1-3 Liverpool: Back the 1-3 @ 12.00

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