NICK HARRISON: Leicester liked their Friday night experience against Southampton but that 9-0 win seems a long time ago. The Foxes have fallen away since but surely they’ll win and Vardy will score again at Norwich. 1-3

TOM NORRIS: If ever there was a game for Vardy to end his goal drought, which stands at nine matches, it’s this one. The Canaries will be overpowered by the Foxes on the break with Barnes, Vardy and Maddison shining. 1-3

DAN HEALD: Norwich have stuck to Farke’s footballing philosophy admirably this season, but they badly lack the defensive grit needed to survive in the top-flight. Leicester to rediscover the winning habit after a tough run of games. 1-2


NH: You’d like to think this will be a thud-and-blunder derby but both teams flatter to deceive. It’s got a draw written all over it unless Zaha does something. 1-1

TN: The M23 derby sounds awful and in keeping with the name, this game between two pretty average sides will be equally uninspiring. 1-0

DH: Palace are comfortably safe with 33 points at this stage and should have no fear of relegation now. A win would mean more to Brighton and I’ll back Maupay to deliver in this make-believe derby. 2-1


NH: Everything went against The Cherries at Burnley while Chelsea’s confidence will be better after beating Spurs. Giroud on target again down on the coast. 1-2

TN: It made little sense that Giroud was seemingly put out to pasture by Lampard, but the Frenchman showed his qualities to sink Spurs and he will be back in the goals against the struggling Cherries. 0-2

DH: Frank Lampard gave an honest assessment of his side’s shortcomings against Bayern, but Chelsea can respond with a win here against their relegation-threatened hosts. 1-2


NH: Doesn’t sound pretty and I don’t think it will be. One team will end up with nil and it could be Newcastle again if Vydra’s form continues. 0-2

TN: This will be like watching footage from the ‘good old days’. There will be plenty of tackles flying about and the ball pumped into both boxes at every opportunity. 0-1

DH: One win in their last nine league outings must worry Newcastle fans. A point would keep them ticking over and Bruce will be happy to take it against a rejuvenated Burnley side. 1-1


NH: If they attack like they did at Anfield, The Hammers will give their fans something to smile about. But Southampton will more than fancy their chances. Should be a good game. 2-2

TN: Two teams better suited to attacking rather than defending. The Hammers showed their ability to score twice at Anfield, while Ings is a constant menace for the Saints, whose away form is encouraging. 1-2

DH: The Hammers will take heart from a brave display at Anfield and, with Southampton out of any immediate relegation danger, this could be the hosts’ day. Bowen to net. 2-1


NH: Liverpool are going to lose a league game at some point this season. But it won’t be at Watford. Back Oxlade-Chamberlain to score. He changed the game on Monday night and more than deserves to start. 1-3

TN: Klopp’s Reds seem to be getting back on track after the winter break knocked them out of their stride - even if results didn’t suggest as much. Klopp will go full strength before resting a few against Bournemouth with the Champions League in mind. 0-2

DH: The Liverpool juggernaut rolls on even when they’re not at their best. Pearson’s honeymoon period is over and things won’t get easier if Salah and Mane are in the mood. 1-3


NH: The Blues produced a five-goal thriller at Arsenal in last week’s Super Sunday match - and it could be the same again with United on the wrong end of a 3-2 scoreline. 3-2

TN: It’s not dull watching Everton with 18 goals scored in the last four top-flight matches they’ve been involved in. Stopping Fernandes the United attackers could be key to a home win. 2-2

DH: There’s plenty of potential for goals here, but it’s too tight to call a winner in this one. Honours even with Calvert-Lewin and Fernandes on target. 2-2


NH: Wolves continue to impress and a trip to Tottenham should hold no fear for them whatsoever. Jimenez on target in another away day success. 1-2

TN: Expect Traore to be back for this one as Wolves look to hit Tottenham on the counter. Jimenez and Jota are in a rich vein of form, which won’t please Jose, who has no strikers at his disposal. 0-2

DH: The loss of Son has floored Jose Mourinho, who must be regretting not recruiting a forward in January. Wolves fear no-one and can edge out a Spurs side lacking in confidence. 0-1

SCORES SO FAR: Dan Heald 192; Tom Norris 178; Nick Harrison 171