Liverpool to beat Huddersfield –
Liverpool have lost their last two in all competitions, but did end Manchester City’s 22-match unbeaten run in their last league game at Anfield.
That was the third straight home league victory for Jurgen Klopp’s side, who are yet to lose a Premier League game at their own ground this season.
Huddersfield have lost three consecutive league games and were also held by Birmingham, who are second-bottom in the Championship, in the FA Cup on Saturday.
Swansea to win or draw v Arsenal –
Arsenal were beaten 2-1 by Bournemouth in their last away game and have managed just one victory in their last seven on the road.
That disappointing run also includes a defeat to Championship side Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup third round and a 1-1 draw with strugglers West Brom last month.
Swansea were held at Notts County in the cup at the weekend, but have now gone five without defeat and beat Liverpool 1-0 in their last match at the Liberty Stadium.
Aston Villa to win or draw v Sheffield United –
Sheffield United have won just one of their last six league games at Bramall Lane, and even that was against relegation candidates Sunderland.
The Blades have also taken just one point from their last two at home, against strugglers Bolton and Sheffield Wednesday.
Aston Villa have won four league games on the spin – their best run since dropping down from the Premier League – and should avoid defeat at the very least.
Blackburn to beat Walsall –
Blackburn’s promotion charge stalled with a 1-1 draw with Northampton last weekend, but they should make up for that on Tuesday evening.
Rovers have still gone 16 games without defeat in League One and can reclaim second place with a victory.
Relegation-threatened Walsall were beaten 3-1 at Charlton on Saturday and have now lost three out of four.
Luton to beat Wycombe –
Luton took advantage of second-placed Notts County’s weekend off by beating Grimsby 1-0 to extend their lead at the top of League Two to nine points.
The Hatters also boast the best home record in the division and have won 11 out of 14 at Kenilworth Road.
Wycombe needed a 90th-minute winner to beat fifth-bottom Crewe last time out for only their second win in eight league away games.
*Odds subject to change.