Liverpool and Arsenal are backed to win comfortably against Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. While Hull City are tipped to get something from the visit of Manchester City.
Hull City v Manchester City: 2-2
Manchester City look out of sorts at the back at the moment - while Hull City have a very potent looking attack since January.
With that in mind, why couldn’t Hull give them a run for their money at The KC Stadium?
Everton v Cardiff City: 3-1
Sorry Bluebird fans - I just cannot see you guys staying up. The slip should continue at Goodison Park this week and Everton would be disappointed not to come away victorious from this game.
Fulham v Newcastle United: 1-0
A glimmer of hope for Fulham?
Newcastle United have had to deal with the Alan Pardew debacle recently and that distraction might just give Felix Magath a chance at snatching a result.
Southampton v Norwich City: 2-1
Norwich City are still teetering on the edge of a potential relegation battle - while Mauricio Pochettino is still hoping to take his team higher up the table.
A home win should be the end result.
Stoke City v West Ham United: 1-1
Two evenly matched teams, both floating around in mediocrity until the end of the season now.
Don’t expect fireworks is all I am saying.
Sunderland v Crystal Palace: 2-2
Think this should be an entertaining game. Both new managers have done great jobs since taking over at the club - but they are still far from taking their respective teams clear of the relegation zone.
I can see a score draw in the North East.
Swansea City v West Brom: 2-0
Sorry, but Pepe Mel just is not the man to save West Brom this season.
If Steve Clarke had stayed I imagine they would be in a similar position to West Ham or Stoke by now - but Mel looks a dead man walking.
After a defeat in Wales The Baggies might have to make one last roll of the dice - or pay the ultimate fine.
Aston Villa v Chelsea: 1-3
No dramas surely? Chelsea should win comfortably at Villa Park.
If Benteke is firing than who knows - but thus should be a simple procedure for Jose Mourinho and co.
Manchester United v Liverpool: 1-4
A very bold prediction here - but Liverpool look sumptuous at the moment.
The way they dismantled Arsenal, Tottenham, and Southampton - it is hard to see United standing a chance, even at Old Trafford.
And as an Everton fan - this prediction pains me to make.
Tottenham v Arsenal: 1-3
I almost went with more goals for this game as well. What exactly Tim Sherwood has brought that Andre Villas-Boas wouldn’t have eventually done for the club this season I don’t know - but he seems to have lost the plot.
It backfired against Benfica yesterday - and expect no mercy from their local rivals.