19:45 Wednesday

Wolves vs Bournemouth – Bournemouth Draw No Bet

Neither of these sides has a lot to play for as they both sit in mid table, safe from relegation. 
Both their forms have taken a slight downturn recently, Bournemouth haven’t won in three games while Wolves are winless in six.

However, Wolves are struggling more; they have lost four of their last six games and have scored just six goals in these games. Here is our match prediction for tonight at Molineux.

The Wanderers lost against Championship side Coventry during this run of games and failed to beat relegation candidates Burnley and Nottingham Forest.

They are suffering badly from their injury crisis that has removed almost all their attacking options and their results are reflecting this.

Bournemouth ran into a strong Aston Villa side last time out when they were defeated 3-1 but before that they had only lost just once in their last seven games and averaged two goals a game during this stint.

This Wolves side are vulnerable at the moment and ignoring Bournemouth’s last game against a superior opponent to today, they are in top form.

Although this game should go close, I think Bournemouth are set up better to win here with a side in better shape against an injury riddled Wolves side in bad form.

20:00 Wednesday

Man United vs Sheffield United – Both Teams to Score

Man United take on bottom of the league Sheffield United in a must win game at Old Trafford.

It is no secret that Sheffield’s defence has been nothing short of dismal this season. They confirmed their status as the worst Premier League home defence in history by conceding the most home goals in a single season.

United will won’t struggle to find the net in 90 minutes. They have 18 goals in their last eight games and face a side that have conceded in every league game bar one.

Though Sheffield struggle at the back they have shown some hope going forward in recent games. They have scored two or more goals in five of their last six games.

United are riddled with injuries at the back and were forced to play Casemiro at centre back against Coventry at the weekend when they conceded three goals to the Championship side.

The Red Devils have conceded 15 in their last six games in all competitions. I can see Sheffield finding the net against a makeshift United defence. Click here for Scott Thornton's tips and preview.

20:00 Wednesday

Crystal Palace vs Newcastle – Eze Over 1.5 Shots on Target

Palace are beginning to pick up some momentum towards the end of the season, they face Newcastle who will hope to stop them in their tracks as they aim for European qualification.

Palace have been deadly on the attack since Eze and Olise have returned to full fitness. The attacking pair have been peppering the goal of their opposition.

Eze looks like he has returned to the form he demonstrated last season and scored in his last two games.
The Palace forward also has nine shots between those two games and is averaging 3.5 per 90 minutes. He also managed two shots on target in both these fixtures.

They face a side that allows chances. The Magpies have 52 xG against them all season which equates to 1.57 expected goals against them per game.

Palace are playing with freedom and now that they have all but confirmed their place in the Premier League next season and have nothing to lose. 

I expect Oliver Glasner to allow Eze to play freely and go for goal as he did against Liverpool and West Ham. If he repeats these performances he should make Dúbravka work.

Get Scott Thornton's best tip for the match at Selhurst Park here.