A full round of midweek matches starting Tuesday night in the Premier League

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Arsenal to beat Southampton at 5/6 BetVictor

Chelsea to beat Watford Evens Coral

Tottenham to beat Norwich City 10/11 Bet365

Arsenal v Southampton

Southampton go into the midweek game in their best form of the season with three successive wins including last time out away at Manchester United. With the added firepower brought by the signing of Charlie Austin, they will be hoping to continue the strong run and secure a top half finish over the remainder of the season.

Arsenal missed a chance to go top losing at home to Chelsea in their last league game when down to 10 men for much of the game and unable to break down Chelsea. With Sanchez back, Ozil rested and the squad now returning towards full strength they will be confident of returning to winning ways on Tuesday night and are best priced at 5/6 with BetVictor to do so

Watford v Chelsea

The turn-around in Chelsea’s form has been remarkable under Hiddink, now 9 games unbeaten and key players showing the sort of form absent in the first half of the season. It might be a tough ask given their starting point but they will be looking at a strong run to challenge for the top six by the end of the season. On Wednesday night they face a tricky game at Watford, who beat Newcastle at home last league game and with 32 points so far this season are performing above expectations.

With Celsea in better form, particularly their creative palyers but also defensively they should be favourites to win this game. Despite the threat from Deeney and Ighalo, Watford have frequently come up a bit short against the “usual” top six teams this season and would expect the same on Wednesday. Chelsea are available at Evens with Coral amongst others.

Norwich City v Tottenham

Tottenham sit comfortably in the top four and given the inconsistencies of title challengers around them will feel that they have a chance of finishing very high up the table this year, Pochettino’s second in charge. With a young side spearheaded by Kane’s goals, creativity in midfield and a strong dfefensive unit they travel to Norwich who sit a couple of points above the relegation zone, wounded by the remarkable 4-5 home defeat by Liverpool last weekend.

The current transfer window has brought in reinforcements for Norwich but the essential problem of a leaky defence remains and they face a real fight to stay up. Tottenham are likely to have too much firepower for Norwich to contain for 90 minutes and the 10/11 available for the visitors her with Bet365 Should be supported.

Recommendations

Arsenal to beat Southampton at 5/6 BetVictor

Chelsea to beat Watford Evens Coral

Tottenham to beat Norwich City 10/11 Bet365