14:00 Sunday

Arsenal to win

It’s been a tough week for Arteta’s men having suffered another heart-breaking semifinal defeat on Thursday by the hands of Liverpool. They face a Burnley side who haven’t kicked a ball since their 2-1 shock defeat to Huddersfield back on the 7th of January and since that time they have lost their talismanic striker in Chris Wood to fellow relegation rivals Newcastle. Arteta knows that whilst Europe can’t be secured via cup competitions this year his men are in with every chance to manage a top four finish in the league and will be hoping for a bounce back on Sunday.

14:00 Sunday

Liverpool to win

Jurgen Klopp will be pleased with his side performance on Thursday after securing him his first English cup final in his Liverpool tenure. Despite playing Crystal Palace away, Liverpool certainly feel at home at Selhurst Park with six back-to-back wins in the league, the most recent being a 7-0 thrashing. Vieira’s Palace have picked up most of their points at home this year but certainly face an uphill task against a Liverpool side on form.

14:00 Sunday

Leicester vs Brighton – Draw

Leicester will face a Brighton side who have rediscovered their early season form in previous matches having not lost in the league in their last five appearances. The issue for Leicester has been their defence having conceded a total of 36 goals already this season compared to last year where they only conceded 50 in the league. For Potter’s Brighton, scoring goals has been their main issue with the fourth lowest goal tally in the Premier League at 22.  

16:30 Sunday

Chelsea to win

Tottenham and Chelsea will play each other for the third time in less than 20 days on Sunday and in the two previous fixtures Chelsea have come out on top. Both managers know the fans expectation for this London derby, but Chelsea seem to find a way of beating of Tottenham time after time. These teams have played each other 37 times and Chelsea have come away the victors 19 times.