Tottenham Hotspur have the chance to move to within two points of the top of the table on Saturday.
Spurs travel to in-form Burnley on Saturday with the chance to put pressure on leaders Manchester City – who are not in action this weekend due to them playing in the League Cup final – and Liverpool, who face Manchester United on Sunday.
Bournemouth host Wolves knowing victory would move them into the top-half of the table, whilst seventh placed Wolves are looking to maintain the pressure on the top-six.
Bottom of the table Huddersfield are still looking for their first win under new boss Jan Siewert as they travel to Newcastle United.
Twelfth placed Leicester, without a win since New Year’s Day, host Crystal Palace who are just one place worse off in thirteenth but they start the day five points adrift of the Foxes.
See below for a preview on the games, including predictions from former England, Crystal Palace and Tottenham midfielder Andy Gray and our own Football Insider Graeme Bailey and bet365’s Steve Freeth.
Burnley 12:30 Tottenham Hotspur
TEAM NEWS: Spurs captain Harry Kane is in contention to return to action following his ankle problem. Ben Davies and Danny Rose could also return.
Dele Alli and Vincent Janssen remain sidelined.
Burnley’s Robbie Brady and Johann Berg Gudmundsson are both fit, but Steven Defour is sidelined.
KEY FACT: Burnley are winless in their last nine league and cup games against Tottenham
MATCH ODDS: Burnley 4/1 Draw 13/5 Spurs 4/6
bet365 Pick: Draw @13/5
ANDY SAYS: Burnley are playing really well and I think they have enough in them to claim a draw…1-1
GRAEME SAYS: This is a huge chance for Spurs and I think they take it with a win…0-2
Football Index – One to follow: Harry Kane – Still value left in one of the best in the world
AFC Bournemouth 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers
TEAM NEWS: Wolves could have a fully fit squad to choose from if Matt Doherty and Diogo Jota come through late fitness tests.
Bournemouth could welcome back Junior Stanislas, but David Brooks, Callum Wilson, Simon Francis and Lewis Cook remain sidelined.
KEY FACT: Bournemouth last won three in-a-row at Vitality Stadium in February 2018
MATCH ODDS: Bournemouth 17/10 Draw 23/10 Wolves 6/4
bet365 Pick: Both Teams To Score @4/5
ANDY SAYS: I can see Wolves just about having enough to claim a win…1-2
GRAEME SAYS: Tough call, and a close game – can see a draw…1-1
Football Index – One to follow: David Brooks – Won’t be playing here, but one who you have to look at
Newcastle United 15:00 Huddersfield Town
St James Park
TEAM NEWS: Miguel Almiron is in line to make his home debut for Newcastle, who could have a near fully fit squad with Jonjo Shelvey, Paul Dummett and Ki Sung-yeung all in-line to return. Goalkeeper Rob Elliot is sidelined.
Danny Williams and Isaac Mbenza are sidelined, but they hope to have Chris Lowe, Jonas Lossl and Ellis Kachunga back from illness.
KEY FACT: Newcastle are aiming to win three consecutive home league matches for the first time since a run of four in April 2018
MATCH ODDS: Newcastle 5/6 Draw 11/5 Huddersfield 4/1
bet365 Pick: Newcastle & Under 2.5 goals @9/4
ANDY SAYS: Newcastle ease to three points here…2-0
GRAEME SAYS: Hard to see how Huddersfield can get anything here, and they won’t…3-0
Football Index – One to follow: Miguel Almiron – New man is more than capable of making a huge impact, looks good value
Leicester City 17:30 Crystal Palace
King Power Stadium
TEAM NEWS: Leicester hope to half James Maddison, Ben Chilwell and Nampalys Mendy available, but Marc Albrighton and Daniel Amartey miss out.
Palace are set to be without Connor Wickham and Pape Souare.
KEY FACT: Leicester have not lost four consecutive home PL matches since January 2000
MATCH ODDS: Leicester 23/20 Draw 11/5 Palace 12/5
bet365 Pick: Both Teams To Score @10/11
ANDY SAYS: Leicester need a win but I don’t think they get it – draw for me…1-1
GRAEME SAYS: Leicester will do enough to scrape the win here…1-0
Football Index – One to follow: Demarai Gray – A huge talent and could be set for a huge move