NICK HARRISON: Palace would love to play all their games away after seven goals in their last two road-trips. But surely the Selhurst Park fans should be witnessing a home win in fiercely-contested derby. 2-1

TOM NORRIS: Palace should be doing better than they are, but goals have been an issue. That problem seems to have corrected itself of late, something Brighton won’t be pleased to see. Batshuayi to score in a home win. 2-0

DAN HEALD: It’s either feast or famine for Palace fans, whose goal-shy side have now hit the goal trail. The momentum of two big performances will be enough to see the hosts take the M23 derby bragging rights. 2-0


NH: It’s been a horrendous few months at Cardiff and unless Warnock can work his magic, The Bluebirds could be back in the Championship next season. West Ham have enough quality to pick up another three points with Hernandez on target. 1-2

TN: There’s only so long a team can thrive on fighting spirit alone. Cardiff have hit a bump in the road at the wrong time. The Hammers will enjoy the trip with plenty of attacking options at their disposal. 0-3

DH: Warnock won’t throw in the towel even if it sees as though his players have in recent weeks. The Bluebirds will be out to nick it by the odd goal, but Pellegrini’s Hammers look well balanced and can heap more misery on the hosts. 1-2


NH: Wales star Brooks is back and if Howe has his side attack from the off, The Cherries could fill their boots. The hosts will make it difficult though. 1-2

TN: Now Brooks and Fraser are back fit the Cherries will look a different side in attack, even if Wilson remains sidelined. Keeping it tight at the back is Bournemouth’s issue and the Terriers might fancy their chances. 0-2

DH: Eddie Howe won himself few fans with an ultra-cautious display against City last weekend, but he’ll likely revert to his preferred attacking philosophy against the limited Terriers. 1-3


NH: A good first home game for new boss Rodgers but he does need to find a strike partner for Vardy if The Foxes can really discover their true potential. Fulham need to find defenders who can defend. 3-1

TN: Brendan’s rein at the Foxes got off to an inauspicious start at Watford and he will be hoping to see more from his team against a Fulham side planning for life back in the Championship. 3-0

DH: Rodgers will be a good fit for a youthful Foxes side with lots of untapped quality. Parker’s got a rebuilding job on his hands and will need to shore things up defensively because the Cottagers have been abysmal at the back this term. 2-1


NH: The Toffees have stopped leaking goals while Newcastle don’t concede that many. Fear this could be a goalless bore but maybe Rondon and Sigurdsson will cancel each other out. 1-1

TN: Can’t see this one living long in the memory. Everton won 1-0 in the north east last season and a solid performance in the derby will give hope. Newcastle are a tough nut to crack at home, however. 1-1

DH: Losing Longstaff for the season is a blow for the Geordies, whose recent revival has been aided by the England U21 hopeful. After a morale-boosting point in the derby, I fancy Everton here with a Sigurdsson strike decisive. 0-1


NH: There will be goals at St Mary’s where The Saints now look a goal threat. Spurs need to do their talking on the pitch instead of Pochettino giving it the ‘Chas and Dave rabbit’ off it. 1-3

TN: Spurs have gone from challenging for the title to battling for third place. Pochettino’s side thrive when the pressure is off and will return to winning ways against an hit-and-miss Saints. 0-3

DH: Spurs showed they can alternate their style in their clinical victory over Dortmund. Their title challenge may have faded but Pochettino can inspire a return to winning ways at his ex-employers. 1-2


NH: Watford got walloped at Anfield and unless Foster performs miracles, City should hit another sackful. It would be nice to see Deeney and Deulofeu run amok but it ain’t going to happen. 5-1

TN: A week without a game is what Pep’s boys needed and Watford may well find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time. De Bruyne’s absence allows Bernardo to move inside and Sane or Mahrez to start. It’s alright for some. 4-1

DH: A rested City are a dangerous proposition and Watford may feel the bear the brunt of their firepower. No De Bruyne, no problem. The depth of quality in City’s squad is ridiculous - expect an attacking masterclass here. 5-0


NH: Could Salah get rested or dropped for this one? He looks a shadow of the player he was last season but this could the perfect game to bring the Egyptian star’s confidence oozing back. 4-0

TN: Liverpool have lacked a zip in recent away games at Old Trafford and Goodison Park, but sandwiched in between was a 5-0 thumping of Watford, so Burnley won’t be relishing this trip. 3-0

DH: Klopp’s come in for some unwarranted criticism in recent weeks. Yes his side laboured in the derby, but Everton were set up to contain and nullify. Expect a more free-flowing performance against a stubborn Clarets side. 2-0


NH: Chelsea are improving game by game while Wolves are heading the other way with Nuno seemingly losing faith with his tried-and-trusted wing-backs. Hazard and Higuain to star. 2-1

TN: Wolves seem to play better against the better teams - they’ve lost home and away to Huddersfield - so Chelsea will know they are in for a tough 90 minutes, certainly if they’re below-par. 1-1

DH: Wolves badly needed the win at Cardiff last time out to restore some confidence after a three-game winless run. Chelsea looked brighter against Fulham, but I fancy Nuno’s side to take a point at the Bridge. 1-1


NH: The Gunners are good at home but Ole Gunner’s walking on water. He’s resurrected Big Rom and this game is the away day banker. 2-3

TN: Give Ole the job. On the surface he’s not exactly reinvented the wheel by reverting to the ‘Fergie days’ but if it was that easy then Moyes, Van Gaal and Mourinho wouldn’t have struggled. Lukaku’s fit and firing and United will fancy this. 1-2

DH: Fergie disciple Solskjaer has proved to be exactly what was needed by an ailing United side. He’s revitalised the Red Devils and there should be goals at the Emirates as the buoyant visitors sustain their charge into the top four. 2-3