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Premier League preview: a look ahead to Tuesday’s action

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Premier League preview: a look ahead to Tuesday’s action

Premier League preview: a look ahead to Tuesday’s action

Newcastle vs Everton

After a rollercoaster win against West Ham at the weekend, Newcastle look to take another three points on Tuesday – against a side that haven’t won in 12 attempts.

Everton have lost their last three matches, and continue to struggle for goals. Beto did find the net in the loss to Bournemouth on Saturday, which is twice in three games. That does sound promising, though the bigger picture is that he’s only scored three all season.

Anthony Gordon misses the game against his old club with suspension. But even without Gordon, Newcastle should be able to see off the Toffees. Newcastle are 19/20 to win.

Alexander Isak looks the most obvious source of goals, having scored in each of his last four league appearances at St James’ Park. Isak is 15/4 to open the scoring.

Nottingham Forest vs Fulham

Forest earned a point against Palace last time out; can they get something against the Cottagers, too?

Marco Silva’s side were 3-1 down against Sheffield United at the weekend, which isn’t exactly a tribute to Fulham’s defensive solidity – yet the west London side did at least show enough tenacity to fight back and earn a 3-3 draw in the end.

With Forest struggling but Fulham also capable of bungling things, maybe it’s better to back a player, rather than the result. Rodrigo Muniz has been on fire for Fulham, scoring eight goals in as many league games; Muniz is 9/5 to find the net at the City Ground.

Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace

Unbeaten in four league games, winning three of those, Bournemouth look to be in a good place.

The club’s recent record against Palace isn’t brilliant, however; though the Cherries won at Selhurst Park back in December, prior to that they’d lost their last five league games against the Eagles.

With Jean-Philippe Mateta having scored four goals in seven games for Palace, and three in his last four, it could be worth backing the Frenchman to deliver the goods again at the Vitality. Mateta is 7/4 to score on Tuesday.

Burnley vs Wolves

Burnley have discovered some fight in the last few weeks; Vincent Kompany’s side are unbeaten in three games, winning at home against Brentford before the international break, and holding Chelsea to a 2-2 draw on Saturday at Stamford Bridge despite playing more than half the match with ten men.

It seems unlikely that the Clarets really have much hope of pulling off the great escape – they’re currently 19th in the table. But on current evidence, perhaps they can at least take the win against Wolves.

Gary O’Neill’s side have impressed this season, but Burnley have a strong record against the Old Gold, unbeaten in six home league games. Meanwhile, the visitors have lost their last two away games, against Newcastle and Aston Villa, without finding the net.

It’s not out of the question that Burnley can extend their current good form; the hosts are 8/5 to take what would be just their third home win of the season.

West Ham vs Tottenham

Despite being 3-1 up against Newcastle with 15 minutes to go, West Ham still ended up losing at the weekend. Can David Moyes’ team move on from that fairly ridiculous outcome to get a result in this all-London clash?

The Irons won the reverse fixture 2-1 in December, but since then the side have gone off the boil. West Ham have only won two of their last 11 league games in 2024. Spurs are evens to win, and could – should? – have enough to see off their east London rivals.

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