Premier League: Predictions for all five games on Saturday
It has been a busy week in the Premier League with the close of the transfer window and a midweek round of fixtures, but the games keep on coming thick and fast with five more scheduled for Saturday.
Here are our experts' tips from all five of Saturday's games.
Everton vs Tottenham (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Tottenham’s open style of play can leave them vulnerable, but they have been in impressive form recently despite their captain Heung-Min Son being at the Asian Cup, winning five of their last seven in the league.
They beat Everton 2-1 just before Christmas, part of a five-game winless run for the Toffees and, with major injury issues in the hosts' midfield, that streak may continue.
The Toffees have lost six of their 11 home games in the league and look likely to fall to another against a Tottenham forward line that has plenty of goals in it.
Brighton vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 3pm)
Brighton have not lost at home since August and can bounce back from Tuesday’s shock drubbing at Luton to see off labouring Crystal Palace at the Amex Stadium.
Matches between these south-east rivals are historically close with six of their last nine meetings ending in draws.
But Brighton’s rock-solid home form has to be a factor, especially as Palace have only beaten one top-half team throughout this underwhelming season.
Palace have taken two points out of a possible 18 on the road since November and were crushed 5-0 at Arsenal on their last road trip.
Burnley vs Fulham (Saturday, 3pm)
It is easier to make cases against Burnley and Fulham rather than for them ahead of what should be a tense affair at Turf Moor.
Fulham at least know the importance of not losing games like these, even if wins are beyond them.
There is no confidence in either camp and even though Burnley won 2-0 at Craven Cottage in December, edginess in front of their own fans means a repeat may not occur.
Newcastle vs Luton (Saturday, 3pm)
Luton's direct and physical style of play has caused plenty of issues for teams in the top flight and that has resulted in both teams finding the net in 15 of their 21 league games.
Newcastle may be without Callum Wilson and Alexander Isak but Anthony Gordon could come into his own played centrally.
Eddie Howe’s men have scored at least twice in their last five matches in all competitions and they can help contribute to a high-scoring affair.
Sheffield United vs Aston Villa (Saturday, 5.30pm)
Sheffield United troubled Aston Villa when the two teams last met and they can certainly find the back of the net this time around as well.
Chris Wilder's men have scored seven goals in their last four games at home and the arrival of Ben Brereton Diaz has added some extra quality to their attack.
However, Villa have enough quality throughout their squad to trouble the home side and they should be able to squeeze past them and return to winning ways.
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