With Manchester Cty four wins away from the title, and the top six well clear of the rest of the table, most of the betting interest is in the relegation battle with now nine games of the season to go

Newcastle v Southampton

Two teams just outside the bottom three meetin the rth East and both have only one win in their last six league games. Newcastle struggle against the better teams and typically play defensively but at home against struggling opponents this has to be a great opportunity to go for it. Suthampton have only won five games all season, drawing 13 including four of their last six. Lack of goals and a conservative tactical approach is a problem that sees them at real risk of relegation

I do like Newcastle at 1/8 here to get a vital win, with Bet Victor

Huddersfield v Swansea

Whilst Hddersfield are also just outside the bottom three their short term form is concernign and here they come up against red hot opponeets with Swansea having secured 13 points in their six gaes unde Carvahal, a run that has pulled them out of the bottom three and above Huddersfield

9/4 on the away win here with BetVictor simply looks too big a price

Everton v Brighton

Brighton have climbed above Everton into the top half of the table after beating Arsenal.Uder Hughton Brighton already a strong defensive team, scrap for every ball and in Glenn Murray have a striker with six goals since Christmas in arun that is turning one point into three regularly. Brighton have 11 points in their last six games

Everton under Allardyce are a curates egg. Not as solid defensively as a typical Allardyce team and lacking pace going forward meaning that is fairly easy to defend against them

At the prices i dolike the look of the draw here at 23/10 with BetVictor.