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Things are hotting up in this season’s Premier League as we fast approach the business end of the campaign and tonight’s action promises more in the way of thrills and spills as the battle for a top-four finish rages on. We take a look at each of tonight’s games and bring you our thoughts on who we believe will be the winners and losers, as well as providing you with the best odds and free bets available on the action.
Manchester City are very much in the driving seat as far as the title is concerned and we don’t envisage anyone catching them as they sprint ever-closer to the finishing line. We certainly don’t envisage Pep Guardiola’s men having too many problems when they entertain West Bromwich Albion at the Etihad Stadium. Will the Baggies have a trick or two up their sleeves? Probably not!
Chelsea remain in the running for a top-four finish and they will be confident of success when they line-up against AFC Bournemouth at Stamford bridge. The Cherries remain dangerously close to the relegation zone and their plight won’t be improving in West London tonight.
Leicester City are enjoying some excellent form at the moment and they now find themselves seventh in the Premier League table, a position which they will be confident of remaining in until the end of the campaign, however can they edge their way past Everton at Goodison park tonight?
Newcastle United and Southampton are also dangerously close to the foot of the table and they will be hopeful of success when they entertain Burnley and Brighton respectively, while Stoke City will be looking to build on their weekend win over Huddersfield Town when they welcome Watford to the Bet365 Stadium.
The undoubted highlight of tonight’s Premier League line-up takes place at Wembley Stadium where Tottenham Hotspur face Manchester United in front of the BT Sport 1 cameras. The Red Devils enjoy an eight-point lead over Spurs as things stand, however all of this could change tonight.
Who will be tonight’s winners and losers? Here’s what we think…
Premier League Match Previews – Wednesday, 31st January
Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United – Live coverage on BT Sport 1 at 8pm