2 – Brentford v Southampton
Brentford were beaten 3-0 at Manchester United on Monday, but it was only their second defeat in their last eight matches, a run of games that contains wins over Chelsea (4-1), West Ham (2-0) and a draw with Tottenham (0-0).
Southampton conceded in stoppage time to miss out on a point and lose 2-1 hosting Crystal Palace last weekend. The Saints have only managed to win one of their last ten matches across league and cup competitions.
37 League Encounters
12 Brentford wins
14 Southampton wins
3 – Brighton v Man Utd
After a goalless first-half Brighton were reduced to 10-men and lost 2-0 visiting Manchester United back in February.
A 3-0 win at Wolves last weekend moved Brighton up to 9th. The Seagulls have only lost one of their last six matches and that was to Manchester City.
Manchester United won 3-0 hosting Brentford on Monday, but it was their first win in four matches and their last four on the road have ended in defeat.
17 League Encounters
3 Brighton wins
12 Man Utd wins
8 ‐ Liverpool v Tottenham
Liverpool and Tottenham played out a 2-2 draw when they met at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium back in December.
Liverpool fought back from 2-0 down at half-time and won 3-2 visiting Villarreal in the Champions League on Tuesday, reaching the final with 5-2 aggregate win. The Reds are unbeaten in their last thirteen matches (11W, 2D) across all competitions.
Tottenham have won seven of their last ten Premier League matches and a 3-1 victory hosting Leicester last Sunday has Spurs 2-points off 4th placed Arsenal.
157 League Encounters
75 Liverpool wins
42 Tottenham wins
20 – Stoke v Coventry
Coventry have fared well in their recent meetings with Stoke, the Sky Blues have won three and drawn one of their four encounters with the Potters since January, 2018.
Stoke have been in good form in recent weeks with five wins from their last eight league fixtures, but they were beaten 3-1 at Middlesbrough last weekend and dropped to 13th in the table.
Coventry are 2-points and two places above Stoke and have been performing well on the road lately. They’ve lost just one of their last five away games and have picked up 7-points from the last three, which includes a 3-1 win at Fulham.
57 League Encounters
25 Stoke wins
23 Coventry wins
26 – Exeter v Port Vale
Port Vale have won three of their last four meetings with Exeter, but were held to a 0-0 draw in the reverse fixture this season.
Leaders Exeter beat Barrow 2-1 in their last home game to secure promotion from League Two. They drew 1-1 visiting automatic promotion hopefuls Northampton last Saturday.
6th placed Port Vale will need other results to go their way to get back into the top-3 and secure automatic promotion. Vale had gone unbeaten in nine matches (8W, 1D), before suffering a downturn in form and losing their last three on the spin.
53 League Encounters
18 Exeter wins
23 Port Vale wins