NICK HARRISON: It’s about time Vardy returned to the party but he could be out-staged by one of the best strikers in the top flight in Jimenez. Both teams needed a rest and I think Wolves will benefit most with three welcome points. 3-2

TOM NORRIS: What better way to end Valentine’s Day than with an all-action clash between two of the easier to watch top flight teams. It will be billed as Vardy versus Jimenez, but the supporting cast will be just as important. 2-2

DAN HEALD: The perfect tonic to those suffering top-flight withdrawal symptoms in the winter break. Wolves have had a fine season to date and Nuno’s disciplined side can take a point off the more attack-minded Foxes. 1-1


NH: The Saints are still not totally out of trouble but a home win against a Burnley side who will probably head south looking for a draw should help their cause. 2-1

TN: Southampton have the worst home record in the top tier but a visit from Burnley should give them real cause for optimism. Ings has not scored in the league for a month, so he’s due one. 2-1

DH: Credit Hassenhuttl. Few managers would survive the axe after a 9-1 mauling by a league rival. Since that horror show, the Saints have rebounded brilliantly and another three points here will boost their growing survival hopes. 1-0


NH: Liverpool were lucky to win 4-1 in the opening Premier League game against Norwich back in August. Pukki needs to be at his best if the Canaries are going to get anything from a game that could see a repeat scoreline. 1-4

TN: Norwich were fresh eyed and bushy tailed when producing a spirited display at Anfield all those months ago. The fun is eroding for Norwich, who won’t want to see Mane, Salah and Firmino lining up in attack at Carrow Road. 0-3

DH: The Reds should be fresh and in the mood. Klopp’s side have been unstoppable this season, it’s hard to imagine Norwich even laying a glove on them. Salah to bag a double. 1-3


NH: Grealish was courted by Spurs last summer but stayed loyal to his boyhood-club. Villa will need another top performance from their match-winner against an improving Tottenham team. 1-2

TN: The break will have done Tottenham no end of good with Jose bemoaning his side’s struggles of late. Villa will look to talisman Grealish, who could well earn the home side a share of the spoils. 1-1

DH: Villa’s survival bid was hit hard at Bournemouth. This feels like a must-win for Dean Smith’s men, but a point against a Spurs side in transition would certainly help their cause. 1-1


NH: Arsenal are normally a home banker and as long as they man-mark the Magpies defenders when Newcastle venture up the pitch for corners, they should be okay. 3-1

TN: Life under Arteta hasn’t been as exciting as the Gunners will have hoped, so the former midfield maestro will be looking for an old-school swagger-filled performance from his men. 2-0

DH: This isn’t the first Arsenal squad to need a big overhaul and Arteta will hope for significant financial backing in the summer. Newcastle are resilient enough, but their away form is suspect. 2-1


NH: If Ighalo scores it will be hailed a masterstroke signing by Manchester United but you get the feeling the headline-makers in Monday’s match will be one of the boys in blue. 1-1

TN: Solskjaer will be hoping that Ighalo doesn’t feel the pressure after being asked to replace Rashford and lead the line for Martial, who prefers to wander aimlessly around on the left. 1-1

DH: Nothing about Ighalo’s signing convinces you he’s suitable as a quick-fix for United. I’m backing a refreshed Chelsea and an Abraham winner. 2-1