NICK HARRISON: The Reds rested a few at Burnley but still won but a trip to Bournemouth won’t be easy. A bit of Salah or Mane magic is needed down on the south coast. 2-3

TOM NORRIS: The Cherries managed to score at the Etihad, so they’ll be hopeful of competing with Klopp’s men. The problem is that the visitors will have their big hitters back. 1-2

DH: Klopp will hope his midweek squad rotation pays dividends. But with home advantage and Eddie Howe’s attacking nous, Bournemouth could easily take a point in this one. 2-2


NH: How The Gunners are unbeaten in 20 matches with that defence puzzles me. But Emery is so passionate on the touchline and is certainly providing his team with inspiration. Easy home win. 3-1

TN: Arsenal are unbeaten in 20 matches so it would be a major shock to see the Terriers walk away with so much as a point. Aubameyang and Lacazette to thrive at The Emirates. 4-0

DH: Credit to Emery. Many thought Arsenal would struggle to make the top six this season, but they look as likely as anyone for a top four spot. Huddersfield have struggled and back Aubameyang to hit the goal trail again. 3-0


NH: Brighton may have found someone other than Murray to score their goals and you wouldn’t back Andone from netting the winner at Turf Moor. 1-2

TN: It’s hard not to admire the work done by both of these managers, but Dyche’s Burnley are in a dogfight unless things improve. Brighton will fancy this one. 1-1

DH: Brighton are growing in stature in the top-flight and their 10-man victory over Palace enhanced their credentials further. Dyche felt aggrieved at the way the Clarets lost to Liverpool, which may inspire enough of a reaction form his side to earn a point. 1-1


NH: Winning home games is the best way to help Cardiff’s survival bid but it’s how the Bluebirds bounce back from Tuesday’s damaging defeat at West Ham. Warnock needs to work the oracle. 2-1

TN: This could easily be a Championship fixture next season and not even one of the big ones. Warnock has the Bluebirds scrapping and that is something the Saints must do. 1-0

DH: Ralph Hasenhuttl’s first game in charge of the Saints is already a six-pointer. Warnock’s canny enough to know that Cardiff’s survival depends on beating fellow strugglers at home. 2-1


NH: Mourinho looks as if he’s just plucking player’s names out of a hat and saying ‘ you go there.’ This big, big club is becoming an embarrassment and Ranieri could be the man to leave the Red Devils red-faced. 2-1

TN: Should be a routine home win, but Jose looks to be picking his team out of a hat these days. Fulham will go with the best of intentions. It’s just they might leave with nothing. 2-1

DH: Why would any team fear going to Old Trafford? Mourinho’s aimless, overly-cautious approach has silenced the famous Stretford End roar. That said, there’s enough quality in that squad to outscore Fulham. 2-1


NH: Anderson could make Palace angry today. The Hammers have the ability but it’s consistency that has cost them dear this season. An early goal will help their cause in this London derby. 2-0

TN: If Palace perform like they did in midweek there’s no point getting off the bus. The Hammers will be without talisman Arnautovic, but the goals are flowing at the moment. 2-1

DH: West ham have generally failed to build on positive results this season. They’ll be up against a Palace side with a point to prove after their lacklustre showing at Brighton. 2-2


NH: If you can’t win at Wolves, you won’t do it at City. Sarri is already demanding a reaction and maybe it’s time Hazard started living up to his top-billing. Sane and Sterling will grab that accolade. 3-1

TN: The game of the weekend by a long way. City went and won at the Bridge last season and on current form it should happen again - and be a little more comfortable. Aguero or no Aguero. 0-2

DH: Sarri’s frustrations with his ‘over-confident’ blues side were laid bare after the Wolves defeat. City to march on with a battling away win. 1-2


NH: Leicester are becoming difficult to beat while since Son came back, Tottenham are ticking along quite nicely. Won’t be easy for Spurs but they may just sneak it. 2-3

TN: Vardy’s injury problems are certainly not helping the Foxes’ cause, but Spurs won’t have time for sympathy. Kane will be relishing this one with Son, Eriksen and Alli supplying the ammo. 1-3

DH: No Vardy, no party. Maddison has been a useful attacking addition for the Foxes this term, but they’ll be outclassed in most departments by Pochettino’s Spurs. 0-2


NH: The 1-1 draw at Everton showed that Newcastle’s recent good run isn’t a fluke. But The Magpies do play better when they’re not in Toon and that may be their only problem. 2-1

TN: Wolves have been playing better against the better teams. On that basis they should come unstuck here! Can’t see that happening with their swift counter-attacking play, however. 1-2

DH: If beating Chelsea doesn’t imbue Wolves with confidence, nothing will. Erratic performances have characterised Newcastle’s season and I can’t see them stifling Wolves’ attacking instincts. 0-1


NH: As long as Pickford doesn’t make any howlers, Everton should see off a Watford side, who can’t seem to put in a 90-minute display together. Richarlison to play starring role. 3-1

TN: Just the type of game that has been shown too often on MNF this season. It fails to capture the imagination that’s for sure, but could - only could - surprise a few people. 2-0

DH: Silva will have a point to prove against his former employers, whose sacking was blamed on Everton’s supposed interest in poaching him. I’ll back Richarlison to net against his old side in a narrow win. 2-1

SCORES SO FAR: Dan Heald 119; Nick Harrison 98; Tom Norris 79