Saturday 3pm Premier League kick-offs: predictions, team news and betting tips
West Ham's Sebastien Haller can cause problems for Arsenal
Free Premier League football tips, best bets and analysis for Arsenal v West Ham, Crystal Palace v Watford, Sheffield United v Norwich City, Southampton v Newcastle United & Wolves v Brighton.
Arsenal v West Ham
Sebastien Haller first scorer
1pt 9-1 BoyleSports
Kieran Tierney is available, but Lucas Torreira, Cedric Soares, Sead Kolasinac and Calum Chambers are sidelined.
Tomas Soucek is available but Andriy Yarmolenko is not quite match fit. Ryan Fredericks is out.
West Ham's record signing Sebastien Haller has had an inconsistent first season in the Premier League but could do some damage to Arsenal at the Emirates.
Haller is more difficult to handle when in a confident frame of mind and heads to north London with a spring in his step after scoring in last week's 3-1 success at home to Southampton.
Following up with a victory at the Emirates will be tough for a team as defensively fragile as West Ham. However, the Hammers' attack, spearheaded by Haller, can cause Arsenal problems.
Arsenal have kept just three clean sheets in their last 14 home fixtures.
Crystal Palace v Watford
1pt 9-4 Betfred, Betway
Everton loanee Cenk Tosun (knee) has returned to his parent club but Mamadou Sakho (thigh) played for the reserves in midweek.
Gerard Deulofeu (knee) is out for the rest of the season and Daryl Janmaat (hamstring) is not quite ready to return.
Watford stunned the Premier League with their 3-0 victory at home to Liverpool but they remain in a survival scrap and cannot expect an easy ride at Selhurst Park.
While Watford have probably under-performed for a large chunk of the season, Crystal Palace are getting an excellent return (36 points) from a squad lacking potency in attack.
Roy Hodgson has got them organised – Palace have the sixth-best rearguard record in the division – and they can defend well enough to hold the Hornets to a share of the spoils.
Crystal Palace have scored more than one goal just three times in their last 19 fixtures.
Sheffield United v Norwich City
Sheffield United to win by one goal
1pt 5-2 BoyleSports, Sky Bet
Enda Stevens returns for a fully-fit squad.
Emi Buendia is expected to be okay and Christoph Zimmerman has returned to training.
Sheffield United are chasing FA Cup glory and European qualification and their fantastic season can keep on rolling with a victory over Norwich at Bramall Lane.
There seems to be no let up from Chris Wilder's side, who play at a tempo which Norwich may struggle to handle.
The Canaries backed up their 1-0 success at home to Leicester by defeating Tottenham in a penalty shootout on Wednesday but are likely to be feeling tired after their midweek effort and could lose a tight encounter.
Six of Sheffield United's eight home wins this season have been by a single goal.
Southampton v Newcastle United
1pt 31-10 bet365
Moussa Djenepo (family bereavement) is back in contention but Will Smallbone (illness) and Stuart Armstrong (concussion) are sidelined.
Allan Saint-Maximin has fully recovered from a hamstring strain but Paul Dummett (Achilles), Ciaran Clark (ankle) and Jetro Willems (knee) are ruled out.
Success-starved Newcastle fans have an FA Cup quarter-final at home to Manchester City to look forward to but the survival battle will be the top priority for manager Steve Bruce, who is likely to set his team up to be hard to beat at Southampton.
The markets heavily favour Saints but they have a poor home record, losing eight of 14 league games at St Mary's, and are hard to fancy at the prices.
Newcastle have drawn six matches this year and another stalemate looks a big possibility.
Newcastle have drawn six of their last 12 matches.
Wolves v Brighton
Brighton or draw double chance
1pt 5-4 Betway, BoyleSports
Adama Traore is doubtful and Morgan Gibbs-White and Jonny Otto are sidelined.
Shane Duffy and Dale Stephens return to the squad.
Brighton have dropped plenty of points against relegation rivals in recent weeks but can give their survival chances a boost by avoiding defeat at Wolves.
Graham Potter's side are just one point above the bottom three and six of their next seven matches are against top-half teams.
The Seagulls are going to have to pick up a few decent results against strong opposition but they earned a 1-1 draw at Sheffield United on their last road trip and might frustrate Wolves, who have won just five of their 14 home league fixtures.
Wolves have not won three successive league matches at any stage of the season.
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