NICK HARRISON: Kane’s out but it shouldn’t stop Spurs helping themselves to a glut of goals against Huddersfield. Moura, Son and Eriksen will all score to keep the home fans happy. 4-0

TOM NORRIS: There’s a theory that Spurs play better when Kane is out of the team. Well, that’s going to be tested now, although Huddersfield at home is a formality. Son and Alli to shine. 3-0

DAN HEALD: Spurs’ top-four spot looked a surety just a few weeks ago, now they’re in a four-way scrap for the last two places. Back the hosts to boost their goal difference nicely here. 3-0


NH: Perfect opportunity for Brighton to go one step closer to safety. Seagulls’ boss Hughton must be brave against an under-performing Bournemouth side. 2-1

TN: Both teams have underwhelmed in the league this season. Howe thinks the Cherries have lost their identity, while Brighton’s away from is still an issue. The points may well be shared. 2-2

DH: Brighton still have work to do if they’re to be guaranteed of safety in the run-in. Bournemouth were poor against Burnley and Howe needs a reaction from his players here. 1-1


NH: It all seems to be going wrong for Cardiff and it won’t get much better at Turf Moor where the home team will ease to victory courtesy of a Barnes double. 3-1

TN: Back-to-back wins have taken Burnley away from the danger zone and it’s hard to see Dyche’s men failing to make it a hat-trick of victories over Neil Warnock’s struggling Cardiff. 2-0

DH: The Clarets grabbed a vital win last weekend to boost their survival hopes, but struggling Cardiff have to go for broke here. Warnock will rally the troops and the Bluebirds can come away with a priceless three points. 1-2


NH: Silva’s finally getting his points across to his players. But this is a tricky one for The Toffees who don’t do as well in the games they’re supposed to cruise. Richarlison to get back on the scoresheet in West London. 1-2

TN: Silva is picking his best XI and it’s no surprise that results have picked up. Bernard, Sigurdsson, Richarlison and Calvert-Lewin can cause havoc in the capital. 0-2

DH: Three wins in a row has the Toffees riding high (well, mid-table) and they should have no fear of a disjointed Fulham side who are in disarray after their relegation. 1-3


NH: Can Wolves recover from Sunday’s semi-final heartbreak or will The Saints get the win they desperately need? Both teams need a lift but both may have to settle for a point. 2-2

TN: This is the sort of game that Wolves have been coming unstuck in. Jimenez is in good form, but the Saints showed against Liverpool that they can be a real nuisance. 2-2

DH: What now for Wolves? Comfortably mid-table and with their FA Cup dream in tatters, there’s little to enthuse the Old Gold. Hasenhuttl’s Saints need for points is greater and I’ll tip Ward-Prowse to inspire a home win. 2-1


NH: Pellegrini has not been good for The Hammers. He’s had lots of money but not been able to mould the team together. United have gone off the boil a bit but they’ll find this game easy. 3-1

TN: Fitness issues have derailed Solskjaer’s impressive time as United boss, but with Martial, Rashford and Lingard now back available the Hammers could be in for a long afternoon. 2-0

DH: United need to be faultless in the run-in to force their way into the promised land of the top four. Lucky for them that West Ham are so obliging at the moment. A comfortable home win. 3-0


NH: What price for a Palace double? Hodgson masterminded a 3-2 win at City earlier this season and if Zaha struts his stuff, who knows? Unfortunately Palace aren’t as good as they are away and Sterling will lead City to victory. 1-2

TN: This instantly looks more tricky when you cast your mind back to Palace’s victory at the Etihad. Pep’s boys will want to score early and control proceedings like they have done of late. If not, then the Eagles could cause problems. 0-2

DH: A third visit to the capital in 11 days for Pep’s men. City fans will hope to see De Bruyne reclaim his rightful starting place in the City attack ahead of the inferior Mahrez. 1-3


NH: Liverpool keep on getting the results and with Mane, Salah and Firmino taking it in turns to score vital goals, you can’t them losing. Keep Hazard quiet as well and they’ll still be sitting on top spot at the end of the weekend. 2-1

TN: Another Liverpool game, another late winner? Liverpool were rattled by Southampton, so Chelsea should cause them plenty of problems. Winning the midfield battle is key to this one. 1-0

DH: Another huge game for the Reds. Hazard is hitting form for the visitors, but I wouldn’t back against Klopp’s side, who can still grind out wins even when they’re below-par. 2-1


NH: The Gunners didn’t really turn up at Goodison Park and this is the type of game Deeney and Co will love as they will look to repeat their FA Cup semi-final form at Vicarage Road. 3-2

TN: Just when the Gunners are hitting top form they produce a performance like last week. Emery’s team selection was behind that shambles and Watford, led by Troy Deeney, will fancy this. 2-2

DH: I’ll put Arsenal’s off-colour display at Everton down to an anomaly. Emery’s side have the class to make a top four spot their own this year and should get back to winning ways here. 1-3


NH: Cardiff need wins more than Brighton do and the experienced Warnock might just inspire his Bluebirds to scare off the Seagulls. 1-2

TN: Brighton have kept themselves in the top-flight due to their home form and it’s not a trip many teams relish. Warnock’s men are certainly part of that list. A comfortable night’s work lies in store for the Seagulls. 2-0

DH: It’s vital that the Bluebirds take something from this one. They may have to be a bit more adventurous though against a Brighton side who are a tough nut to crack at home. 1-1

Scores so far: Dan Heald 244; Nick Harrison 226; Tom Norris 226