Points shared in Liverpool
Dan Fitch says: "Both Everton and Burnley have been in decent form in recent weeks, with their respective defences much improved from earlier on in the season. Everton are enjoying a run of wins at home, but Burnley have a good record against them and could restrain their opponents to a low scoring draw. Everton 1-1 Burnley ."
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Neither here or there
Steve Rawlings says: "Bournemouth haven't won at home since they beat Chelsea 4-0 at the end of January and Spurs haven't won away since they beat Fulham at Craven Cottage ten days earlier so something has to give and it could well be Spurs' strange draw record. The North London derby finished 1-1 in March but that's Spurs' only drawn game this season and we have to go all the way back to April last year to find their last stalemate on the road. Neither side can be backed with confidence on current form so why not chance 2-2 at an industry-wide best of 10/1. Bournemouth 2-2 Tottenham."
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Simon Mail says: "West Ham can end their home campaign with a victory over Southampton this weekend. The Hammers defeated the Saints 2-1 away back in December and goals are likely again with the last five clashes producing at least three goals. West Ham 2-1 Southampton."
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Fulham goal, Fulham defeat
James Pacheco says: "Fulham have improved with the pressure off after being relegated but they're up against a side who's just kept on getting better. Wolves have won three of their last five and should edge this one, but not before their defence miss out on a clean sheet bonus. Wolves 2-1 Fulham."
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Goals, goals, goals
Andy Schooler says: "It's win or be relegated in this one as far as Cardiff are concerned so they simply have to be more positive than they were at Fulham last week. The problem is that Palace are an excellent counter-attacking side with the sixth-best away record in the league. Goals look highly likely and a side who have already won at Manchester City, Arsenal and Wolves can claim another away success here. Cardiff 2-3 Crystal Palace."
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Will Benitez trump his old club?
Mark O'Haire says: "Liverpool arrive in Tyneside just 72 hours after their draining defeat in Barcelona. With the data displaying a clear downturn in attacking performance following an away Champions League tie under Jurgen Klopp's stewardship, there's potential for the Reds to slip-up against an awkward Newcastle outfit. Newcastle 1-1 Liverpool."
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Hornets may sting
Andrew Atherley says: "Chelsea have won only four out of nine at home in the Premier League when the opposition have scored, drawing the last two, and Watford could give them a fright on this quick turnaround for the Blues after their Europa League semi-final. Chelsea 1-1 Watford."
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Top Four hopes
Dave Tindall says: "Top four is still possible for United with others stumbling and a repeat of the scoreline at Old Trafford this season could play out. Huddersfield can't stop goals but the Red Devils are struggling for clean sheets too. Huddersfield 1-3 Man Utd."
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Can the Gunners bounce back?
Jack Lang says: "The Gunners are not very good, but Brighton are worse and are likely to head home empty-handed. Arsenal 2-1 Brighton.."
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Don't expect a slip up here
Kevin Hatchard says: "A talented and well-coached Leicester City can give the champions a scare or two, but the well-rested and in-form hosts will eventually take a huge step towards retaining the title. Man City 3-1 Leicester ."
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