Arsenal to beat Everton (17:30) –

Arsenal have won 15 of 19 at home this season, with Manchester United the only side to win at the Emirates to date.

They should see off Everton, who beat Leicester at Goodison Park in midweek but have only won once in eight games in all competitions.

The Toffees have conceded eight goals in their last three away games and have only scored twice in their last four.

Wolves to beat Sheffield United (17:30) –

Wolves bounced back from a defeat at home to Nottingham Forest by beating Ipswich 1-0 on the road last weekend.

That was the third league victory in five for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, who have also lost just one in 15.

Sheffield United conceded a last-minute goal to lose to Aston Villa in midweek and drop out of the top six.

Alaves to beat Celta Vigo (17:30) –

Alaves have won six home games in a seven-match unbeaten run in all competitions, including a 2-1 victory over third-place Valencia in the Copa del Rey last week.

That form has lifted them out of La Liga’s relegation zone and also helped them to the quarter finals of the cup.

Celta Vigo have also been impressive recently, winning three out of four on the road, but the home side have to be backed at this price.

Nice to beat Toulouse (19:00) –

Nice have only failed to beat Lyon and Monaco at home since the start of November, so would be formidable opposition for most sides.

But that Toulouse have lost eight consecutive away games should put the result of this one beyond much doubt.

Saturday’s hosts also won the reverse fixture in November.

Inter to beat Crotone (19:45) –

Inter have drawn consecutive home matches against top-five sides Lazio and Roma, so should easily have enough for 17th-place Crotone.

The visitors have lost five of their last six away matches, including in the same stadium against Milan at the start of January.

They were beaten 2-0 in the reverse fixture in September, and a repeat is on the cards in this one.


*Odds subject to change.