It's FA Cup semi-final weekend so there are fewer Premier League games than usual this weekend, but that hasn't stopped our football minds predicting the scores...
Liverpool need to dig deep
Dan Fitch says: "Liverpool need a win to reclaim the top spot in the Premier League, but Southampton are also desperate for points and in decent form. This could be another nervy match for Liverpool in which they once again find a way to win. Southampton 1-2 Liverpool ."
Back the 1-2 @ 9.417/2
Win here is key
Steve Rawlings says: "Burnley face Chelsea, Manchester City, Everton and Arsenal in their last four Premier League matches so Saturday's visit to Bournemouth, along with next weekend's colossal clash with Cardiff are key to their survival. The Clarets have lost just two of their last 11 games against the Cherries and they were both end-of-season dead-rubbers so I fancy they can get a result against a Bournemouth side that's won just one of their last eight. And that was against bottom club, Huddersfield. Bournemouth 1-2 Burnley."
Back the 1-2 @ 13.012/1
Foxes can take the Terriers
Andrew Atherley says: "Huddersfield have continued to lose under Jan Siewert whereas Leicester's form has picked up since Brendan Rodgers took charge and they look capable of a clear-cut win. Huddersfield 0-2 Leicester."
Back the 0-2 @ 8.27/1
No walk in St. James' Park
Andy Schooler says: "Newcastle put their strong home record to the test against a Palace side who, until Wednesday night at Spurs, had been going well on their travels. Rafa Benitez will be aware of Palace's pace threat, particularly on the break, and the tactical maestro can set his defence up accordingly. There is just one point and one place between the pair in the table and with a point suiting both as they edge towards safety, that's what may well unfold. Newcastle 1-1 Crystal Palace."
Back the 1-1 @ 6.86/1
Points shared in entertaining encounter
Jack Lang says: "The Toffees have played with renewed conviction over the last couple of games, and will make life tough for Arsenal, whose best displays always seem to come at home. Everton 2-2 Arsenal."
Back the 2-2 @ 11.010/1
Chelsea to make amends?
Joe Dyer says: "Chelsea have the momentum of the top four hunt to push them along and must be fancied against a West Ham side that are starting to splutter as the season draws to a close. Chelsea 2-0 West Ham."
Back the 2-0 @ 6/1