There’s a full programme of Premier League fixture this week, with Crystal Palace taking on West Ham in a London derby tonight, whilst the other nine games take place tomorrow.
Crystal Palace v West Ham (Tuesday)
Crystal Palace remain rooted to the bottom of the Premier League and they’ll be eyeing up tonight’s match against fellow strugglers West Ham as a big six-pointer.
They’re are the middle of a string of crucial games and will be desperate for the win tonight after being defeated by Norwich City at the weekend. On Saturday they face Cardiff City.
The Eagles have only netted seven times this season and Tony Pulis must choose whether to stick or twist with Marouane Chamakh and Cameron Jerome who played together on Saturday.
West Ham picked up an important 3-0 win at Fulham at the weekend, to pull them three points clear of the drop zone and Sam Allerdyce has no new injury concerns since Saturday’s match.
You can watch this one live from 8pm on BT Sport 1.
Manchester United v Everton (Wednesday)
The stand out game on Wednesday sees Manchester United host Everton in a top-eight clash. Both sides are in good form in the league; Everton unbeaten in six and United unbeaten in seven.
United were held to a 2-2 draw against a stuttering Tottenham side on Sunday and will be without Phil Jones tonight who serves a one game ban for picking up five yellow cards. He could be replaced by Ryan Giggs who sat out the Tottenham game.
Everton romped to a 4-0 win over Stoke City at the weekend but will face a stern test at Old Trafford as they have not won there since 1992.
Swansea City v Newcastle United
A red-hot Newcastle side will present a tough task for Michael Laudrup’s side tomorrow, with the Magpies having picked up four wins from four, including victories over Chelsea and Tottenham recently.
Swansea’s inconsistent form has seen them drop to 13th, their progress possibly hindered by their participation in the Europa League.
They remain without Wilfried Bony who is sidelined for around another 10 days with a hamstring injury.
Newcastle have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the game and are my Bet of the Day to pick up another three points, with Coral offering the best price of 13/5. Paddy Power offer the best odds on a Swansea win at 5/4.
You can catch this one live on BT Sport from 7:45pm.
There are seven other Premier League games taking place on Wednesday, including Arsenal v Hull City and Liverpool v Norwich City.
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