NICK HARRISON: United should have more than enough to keep their good run going while Fulham must start winning games and especially those home ones at Craven Cottage. 1-3

TOM NORRIS: If Fulham’s last home game is anything to go by then this should be a cracker. Mitrovic will fancy his chances against the visitors backline, but United have plenty of goals in them. 2-4

DAN HEALD: Fulham continue to look suspect at the back. Pogba and Rashford are flourishing as an attacking partnership and can carve the Cottagers open. 1-3


NH: Zaha’s banned so is it time for the real Benteke to please stand up? This will provide him with the perfect chance if the in-form Townsend can supply the right ammunition. 2-1

TN: Which West Ham will turn up? The one beaten by Bournemouth, Wolves and lowly Wimbledon? Or the one who gave Liverpool a tough time on Monday? Your guess is as good as mine. 1-1

DH: West Ham are frustratingly inconsistent. Palace have a steeliness about them, but may have to settle for a point without the talismanic Zaha. 1-1


NH: The Terriers need to start building a team to get them back into the Premier League while Arsenal need to start off-loading and there should be plenty on that list, starting with Ozil, Mustafi, Leno and the worst defender in the Premier League, Lichtsteiner. 1-2

TN: The Huddersfield boss hasn’t exactly enjoyed a new manager bounce. Lacazette and Aubameyang will be licking their lips at the thought of this trip. 1-3

DH: A mauling at Chelsea last weekend will have done little for the Terriers’ confidence. Back the Gunners to return to form with a high-scoring win. 0-4


NH: Klopp’s doing a little too much talking at the moment, possibly because his team aren’t shouting from the top like they should do. Bournemouth don’t travel well so time for Salah to star again. 3-1

TN: Whether they admit it or not, Liverpool’s players are showing signs of nerves. A home game against Bournemouth should get their title push back on the winning track. 2-0

DH: Cool heads must prevail in this one. Liverpool simply have to win to restore their place at the summit and avoid another wobble that could undermine their title credentials further. 2-0


NH: Cardiff’s defence will have to be at their best to keep out the in-form Ward-Prowse. A draw would be a great result for The Bluebirds and with Warnock motivating them they might get it. 1-1

TN: The fact Cardiff are even in with a shout of staying up is credit to Warnock. Victory over the Saints would lift the Bluebirds out of the drop zone. That’s unlikely to happen. 2-1

DH: All credit to Warnock’s Bluebirds. They’ve grafted in their home games and given themselves a survival lifeline, but Southampton are more dynamic under Hasenhuttl and can capitalise with three points at home. 2-0


NH: Deeney starring at one end and Foster at the other and then it’s another home win for The Hornets. Silva will get a rough ride at Vicarage Road and a loss will make his return hurt even more. 2-1

TN: This could end up with any score. Take your pick from a scoreline between 0-0 and 4-4. Richarlison and Silva will want to prove a point, but so too will the Hornets. Tough. 2-2

DH: A hostile reception at Vicarage Road is probably the last thing under-pressure Marco Silva needs right now. Set-pieces have been Everton’s Achilles heel lately and are there to be exploited by the Hornets. 2-1


NH: Good to see Heaton back between the sticks and performing well in Burnley’s recent change of form. Won’t be a classic with a draw the obvious outcome. 1-1

TN: Burnley’s improved run of form has slowed and that has left them looking over their shoulders at the drop zone. Brighton haven’t been in the best form themselves either. Don’t expect a hatful of goals. 1-0

DH: Brighton’s mid-week exertions in the FA Cup shouldn’t be a factor here after Hughton made wholesale line-up changes. But Burnley seem to be playing with a little more ambition now and can nick this one. 1-0


NH: Leicester should have beaten United last Sunday but they lack a cutting edge. Tottenham have always got goals in them and Son will get a couple. 2-1

TN: Spurs look to have got themselves right back in the title race, so this is the time when Leicester come away from Wembley with a result. Vardy will relish the occasion. 2-2

DH: Spurs were written off by more reactionary pundits a few weeks ago, but they’ve hung in there and Pochettino’s tactical nous can sustain their challenge here. 2-1


NH: Is Hazard good enough to unlock at what times can be a dodgy City defence. If the brilliant Belgian shows he’s the Real deal, Chelsea could spring a surprise. If not then it’s another Belgian, De Bruyne, who will take centre stage. 3-1

TN: Pep’s City will want revenge from that 2-0 humbling at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea can be got at, even if they now have an additional goal threat in on-loan striker Higuain. 2-0

DH: City always seem to find a way of unpicking the most stubborn of defences and I can’t see Sarri’s Chelsea stifling their potent attack. 3-1


NH: Wing-backs Jonny and Doherty play like wingers for Wolves and with Moutinho pulling the strings in midfield, fast-improving Newcastle may find it tough. 2-1

TN: Rafa’s boys could be deep in trouble by the time they visit Molyneux on Monday. Wolves have been a fresh air since promotion and they will grab another three points here. 2-0

DH: Wolves are great to watch and play with a swagger at times that belies their newly-promoted status. Expect that style to prove decisive against Rafa’s well-drilled but limited Newcastle side. 2-1

SCORES: Dan Heald 189; Nick Harrison 166; Tom Norris 158