14:00 Sunday

Manchester United to win

New Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick will be buoyed by his side’s impressive 3-2 win against Arsenal on Thursday. The mood has certainly lifted at Old Trafford with back-to-back results against top-four contenders.

The same can’t be said for Palace who are currently winless since late October when they beat Manchester City 2-0. Vieira’s men have struggled for goals of late and will find it hard to keep up with the United attacking talent on show.

14:00 Sunday

Tottenham to win

It seems that Antonio Conte has finally got a tune out of his Spurs players with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Brentford on Thursday and a dogged 2-1 victory against Leeds. Tottenham missed last week’s clash against Burnley due to snow and by now the team seem to better understand the demands put onto them from their new manager.

Norwich left St James’s Park with a 1-1 draw against fellow strugglers Newcastle. Dean Smith will probably be disappointed with his side’s performance, as the 10-man Toon showed more attacking initiative. The Canaries will face a tough task this Sunday and we expect them to come away with defeat.

16:30 Sunday

Aston Villa to win

Steven Gerrard has transitioned well into his new role as Villa boss with two wins on the bounce and a narrow 2-1 loss to Manchester City his most recent result. Gerrard is taking a similar approach to what he did at Rangers, making his team hard to beat and letting the attacking talent shine on the counter.

He’s facing a Leicester team that has had a very stop-start season, with an injury to their main midfielder Youri Tielemans certainly hindering their recent form and a very shaky defence holding the Foxes back all season.

14:30 Sunday

QPR to win

QPR survived a late scare against Championship basement boys Derby on Monday, with a last-minute winner from on-loan Andre Gray, netting his fourth goal of the season. This result highlights how far QPR have come so far this campaign, failing to edge out close affairs was something they were guilty of earlier in the season but they’ve certainly dispensed that myth in recent results.

They face a Stoke side who have seen back-to-back loss at the wrong time of the season. Michael O’Neill’s team have been pretty poor in the last two games, having lost that attacking flair they had at the start of the season. They come up against a QPR side bang in form.