Brighton to win or draw against West Brom –

West Brom are without a win in 20 league games, a run that stretches all the way back to August.

Brighton, who have taken seven points from four away games against teams below them, are excellent value not to lose at the Hawthorns.

- Tom Clee

Burnley to win or draw against Crystal Palace –

Burnley’s six-game winless run looks poor until you realise they have played Tottenham, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City in that period.

The Clarets have lost just one of their 13 matches against sides 10th or below this season, while Palace have managed just one win in their last five in all competitions.

- Will Rook


Nice to beat Amiens –

Amiens have lost six of their last seven matches, with the exception a Coupe de la Ligue game against second-tier opposition.

They go to Nice, who have won four of their last six home matches, only falling short against Lyon and Monaco.

- Adam Drury

Borussia Dortmund to beat Wolfsburg –

Dortmund have bounced back from a shocking run of form with two successive wins in the league, and should see off 12th-placed Wolfsburg.

Martin Schmidt’s side are winless in seven away from home, and were beaten by rock-bottom Koln last time out.

- Jack Green

Liverpool and Man City BTTS

Goals are guaranteed when the Premier League’s two most prolific sides meet.

Liverpool have scored 18 times in their last six matches in all competitions, and have only failed to find the net once in their last 19.

City have scored 64 goals in 22 league matches, and there is absolutely no reason to think they won’t register at Anfield.

- Tom Bowles