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Premier League predictions: Gameweek 31

Jarrod Bowen

The conclusion of the March international break means we’ve entered run-in territory in the 2023/24 Premier League season.

A hectic conclusion to the campaign is in store, with plenty to be figured out at both ends of the table.

The division was at its scintillating best before Pep Guardiola and Mikel Arteta ruined the fun on Sunday afternoon. Don’t fear, though, folks, there’s a midweek slate of fixtures upon us!

Here’s how 90min sees Gameweek 31 panning out in the Premier League.

Tuesday 2 April

Jarrod Bowen

West Ham host Tottenham in a London derby on Tuesday / Sebastian Frej/MB Media/GettyImages

The majority of the action in midweek takes place on Tuesday, with the standout fixture arriving in east London as West Ham host Tottenham.

The Hammers prevailed in the reverse fixture, but they’ll need to pick themselves up swiftly having succumbed to a dramatic Newcastle turnaround on Saturday. Spurs were once again reliant on a second-half resurgence as they overturned an early deficit to beat Luton Town.

Newcastle are back at St James’ Park on Tuesday, with a hapless Everton visiting Tyneside. Injuries still dog the Magpies, who are without star man Anthony Gordon in midweek, but their heroics last time out will ensure the home crowd is in a fervent mood. Everton haven’t recorded a Premier League win since Christmas.

Nottingham Forest‘s point deduction has thrown them into a perilous position towards the foot of the table, but their heads are just about afloat for the time being. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side drew to Crystal Palace last time out and they’re now facing a Fulham outfit that has struggled mightily away from home.

Palace remain a pretty forgettable outfit with Oliver Glasner at the helm, but they’re nonetheless poised for another comfortable bottom-half finish. They’re on the road again on Tuesday as they take on Bournemouth.

Burnley‘s results either side of the break will inspire confidence in regards to their survival hopes, and Vincent Kompany, who won’t be on the sidelines, will earmark Tuesday’s game against Wolves as a must-win. The Clarets are four points adrift of 17th place Forest.

Kick-off Time (BST)



Newcastle 2-0 Everton


Nottingham Forest 1-2 Fulham


Burnley 1-2 Wolves


Bournemouth 1-1 Crystal Palace


West Ham 2-2 Tottenham

Wednesday 3 April

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Man City and Arsenal are both in action on Wednesday / Visionhaus/GettyImages

Two of the three title race horses are in action on Wednesday, with Man City and Arsenal, who played out a drab…

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