A shortened programme next weekend due to the FA Cup quarter finals and Liverpool have to take the opportunity to catch up with Manchester City at the top of the table
Bournemouth v Newcastle
Bournemouth beat Huddersfield as expected, their first win in six Premier League games after a poor run of form unlike their results earlier in the season. Newcastle have 9 points from 12 in the Premier League, all home wins including a great comeback against Everton last weekend. The result of this is that they two sides are only seperated by three points and one place in the table.
11/4 looks a huge price about the away tam here with BetVictor
Burnley v Leicester
Burnley have had improved form since Christmas but on 30 points are still in a scrap for what looks to be the final relegation place alongside Fulham and Huddersfield.
Leicester were slightly unlucky to get nothing out of Rodgers’ first game at Watford before beating Fulham. There are signs that they are returning to more of a counter-attacking style and Vardy with three goals in those two games is benefiting. With a lot of pace and young attacking talent they should climb the table for the rest of the season starting here,and they can be backed at 6/4 to get the win with Bet Victor.
Everton v Chelsea
Everton under Silva are hugely inconsistent as another disappointing season is the result. With only one win in their last six Premier League matches they have to be vulnerable again to a Chelsea side in 6th and in a three way battle fort the top four and a champions league place.
Chelsea should be backed at 19/20 with Bet Victor.