English Premier League predictions, fixtures and results – 2-4 February

There’s another full round of midweek EPL fixtures to get stuck into as the tussle for the top of the EPL table rattles on.

The English Premier League continues with another set of matches during the week, with a tasty London derby thrown into the bargain.

Fans will have to wait until Thursday night for capital city rivals Tottenham and Chelsea to clash, with the pair locked on 33 points on the brink of the European qualification places as Jose Mourinho once again prepares to face his former club.

Manchester United head up four Tuesday fixtures as they aim to go level on points at the top of the EPL table, with out-of-sorts Southampton the visitors to Old Trafford.

In-form Arsenal head to Molineux as they seek to sneak into the top six reckoning and ramp up the pressure on Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo.

There’s a basement battle between Sheffield United and West Brom at Bramall Lane, while Crystal Palace make the long trip north to St James’ Park to take on Newcastle.

Liverpool set out to continue their upturn in fortunes on Wednesday night, with the reigning Premier League champions playing Brighton at Anfield.

Manchester City sit top of the standings going into the midweek action and will be looking for a ninth win on the bounce under Pep Guardiola when they make the short trip to Burnley.

There’s a tasty clash to be had at Elland Road when two wily old coaches, Marcelo Bielsa and Carlo Ancelotti, put their Leeds and Everton sides to the test in West Yorkshire.

Leicester seek a return to winning ways in the battle at the top as they make the journey to Craven Cottage to tackle struggling Fulham.

And it’s a battle of claret and blue in Birmingham as Aston Villa go up against high-flying West Ham at Villa Park.

English Premier League predictions for 2-4 February

Prediction methodology explainedThe expected win percentage is based off publicly available odds. For example, if a team’s odds are 2.30, the expected chance of winning is 43%. If the odds are 1.62 the expected chance of winning is 62% and so on. These are accurate at the time of writing but are subject to change. Where there is no value listed, the odds were not available at the time of writing.


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