The Premier League is back this weekend following the FA Cup fifth round action last weekend and the pick of the action comes from Stamford Bridge where table-toppers Chelsea have a tricky fixture against Everton.
Chelsea v Everton Betting Tips
Chelsea may have tripped up with a couple of draws against West Ham and West Brom recently, but their key to their success in the league is an unbeaten run of 11 games which stretches back to 14th December.
They currently top the pile, a point above Arsenal but lost last time out against Manchester City in the FA Cup. However Jose Mourinho is able to welcome back John Terry who returns from injury, but Gary Cahill remains a doubt and David Luiz will definitely miss out.
Everton have had a tough run of fixtures of late which has seen them be defeated by Liverpool and Tottenham recently, causing the gap to widen between themselves and Europe.
Roberto Martinez has Romelu Lukaku back from an ankle injury whilst Steven Naismith has been given the all clear after worries about concussion following a collision with a Swansea player in their 3-1 FA Cup win last weekend.
Catch this match live from 12:45pm on BT Sport 1 on Saturday.
Crystal Palace v Manchester United
David Moyes’ task at Old Trafford hasn’t got any easier as this season has gone on and United go into this clash in desperate need of the three points after a winless league run of three games.
In fact, Moyes’ side have picked up just eight points out of a possible 21 in their last seven matches, and they now dwindle in seventh place, eleven points adrift from the Champions League spots.
You feel if they don’t get a win at Selhurst Park on Saturday evening, then their chase for Champions League football is all but over for next season.
Wayne Rooney is likely to feature after just signing a £300,000 a week contract extension whilst Adnan Januzaj, Marouane Fellaini and Phil Jones are all available following respective injury lay-offs.
Palace will certainly be no push-overs, and hold a very strong home record, which is keeping them out of the bottom three, wand are unbeaten in their last four on home soil.
Tony Pulis is likely to be without midfielder Jerome Thomas who has a back problem and Glenn Murray will probably start on the bench as he’s not yet match fit.
This match is live on Sky Sports 1 from 5:30pm.
Liverpool v Swansea City Betting Tips
Liverpool’s seven game unbeaten streak has brought them right back into contention in the title race, with them trailing Chelsea by just four points in fourth.
Brendan Rodgers once again faces his old team and is expected to recall Jordan Henderson and Glen Johnson but Lucas Leiva, Jose Enrique and Mamadou Sakho all miss out through injury.
With Garry Monk in temporary charge, the Swans have picked up four points from their last two league games but tiredness could be an issue following Thursday’s 0-0 draw with Napoli in the Europa League.
Michu is close to returning to the squad but this match is likely to come too soon for the Spaniard but former Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey is likely to return for the Welsh side following a hamstring injury.
Sunday’s TV games which are live on Sky Sports 1 are Newcastle United v Aston Villa at 1:30pm and Norwich City v Tottenham from 4pm.
Other stand-out games on Saturday afternoon include Arsenal v Sunderland and Manchester City v Stoke City.
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