NICK HARRISON: The Toffees are getting better but so are Burnley and both sides may have to settle for a point apiece in what should be an entertaining game but probably won’t be. 1-1

TOM NORRIS: Not entirely sure why this is being televised on a Friday night. The chances of having anything significant riding on it were always slim. At least a lack of importance could make for an entertaining game. 2-1

DAN HEALD: Neither side has too much to play for at this stage, but Everton have hit their stride in recent weeks and should have enough to see off the Clarets. 2-0


NICK HARRISON: Spurs were totally outplayed by a brilliant Ajax side on Wednesday and although Bournemouth won’t give them such a run-around, Tottenham’s minds will be elsewhere so The Cherries could home in. 3-2

TOM NORRIS: Tottenham’s top-four challenge has been helped by the failings of their rivals rather than their excellence. Bournemouth are a strange team to call with plenty of goals in their games. 1-2

DAN HEALD: Vertonghen’s absence will be a big miss for Spurs against a Cherries side who aren’t afraid to attack and the visitors could falter again in their pursuit of the top four. 2-2


NH: King Ralph’s done the business for The Saints and they may be in switch-off mode heading to the East End. The Hammers owe their home fans a decent display and I think they’ll get one. 3-1

TN: Now they are safe will Southampton play with the same intensity as they have been? Will West Ham be bothered about replicating the performance at Tottenham? Tough to call. 2-1

DH: The Jekyll and Hyde Hammers need to find consistency. Winning at Spurs should instil plenty of confidence against a Saints side who’ve deserved to stay up this term. 2-1


NH: Wolves are chasing European football and a victory will go along way to cementing seventh place. Fulham won’t make it easy for them but back Jota to pop up with a goal. 2-1

TN: The Fulham players are doing everything they can to try and get Scott Parker the manager’s job on a permanent basis. Wolves struggle against the poorer teams, but this should be a home win, shouldn’t it? 3-1

DH: Two of last season’s promoted sides in starkly contrasting positions. Wolves have had a fine season and should wrap up a seventh-placed finish here. 2-0


NH: Only wins will do for Cardiff but after such a distressing season for the South Wales club, you have to feel their fate will be sealed by a Palace team who play much, much better away from home. 1-1

TN: Warnock’s Bluebirds simply have to win, and even that might not be enough to see them stay up. To have a chance of survival with two games to go is testament to the Welsh side, who will want this more than Palace. 1-0

DH: With all the pressure on Cardiff, expect Palace to sit in and counter-attack all game. It’s been a valiant effort from the Bluebirds this season, but their top-flight stay ends here. 1-2


NH: Liverpool have been brilliant this season but I fear this is the week when all the dreams end. A Champions League exit and the threat of Benitez doing the dirty on his old team at St James’ Park. 2-1

TN: You can imagine that it will be carnage on the streets of Newcastle before and after this late kick-off. On the pitch, Rafa might want to upset his old club. Then again he might not. 0-2

DH: Rafa’s still loved in the red half of Merseyside and you suspect the feeling’s mutual. Expect Klopp’s men to take a gripping title race the full distance with a hard-fought win. 0-1


NH: Why doesn’t Giroud get a game at Chelsea? Morata was a misfit, Higuain gets caught offside too much while Hazard playing up top jus doesn’t work. Sarri needs to get it right, starting tomorrow. 2-1

TN: Watford will be looking forward to this one. Sarri has been complaining his players are tired and injuries are mounting up. Could the Hornets dent Chelsea’s top four hopes? 2-2

DH: Even a top-four finish and Europa League glory may not be enough to save Sarri’s skin at Chelsea this summer. An on-song Watford are capable of taking a point here. 2-2


NH: Even United should get right for this one but someone needs to tell De Gea goalkeepers are supposed to save with their hands and not their feet. Lukaku to get a couple here. 1-3

TN: This looks like the perfect fixture for Ole to get the wheels back on the United fun bus. De Gea can even afford to continue his poor form in Yorkshire with this only ending one way. 1-3

DH: With the honeymoon period well and truly over, this is a must-win for Solskjaer. Thankfully, Huddersfield are obliging hosts and appear to want the season to end ASAP. 0-3


NH: The Gunners have done well to stay in the top four race with a dodgy defence and a midfield that doesn’t really function as good as it should. They should just about shake off The Seagulls. 2-0

TN: Just when it looks like Arsenal are heading in the right direction they hit a wall. Emery needs to get things back on track, but Brighton need points and will fight for their lives. 2-0

DH: The once familiar fan meltdowns on Arsenal TV have made a return in recent weeks after a drop in form. Brighton will look to contain and nullify, but back Arsenal to find a way through. 2-1


NH: It’s all set up for City to possibly secure the league title in front of their own fans on Monday night. Leicester won’t make it easy for the champions but class will tell in the end. 3-1

TN: Pep’s boys have negotiated tough trips to Old Trafford and Turf Moor, so it would be a huge surprise they didn’t beat Leicester, who might come unstuck if they attack the home side. 3-1

DH: A vicarious chance for Rodgers to guide Liverpool to the Premier League title if his Foxes side can cause an upset. City seem to swat aside all obstacles in their path though - Aguero and Sterling to get the decisive goals. 2-0