WEST BROMWICH V WEST HAM
West Brom came perilously close to holding Liverpool to a 1-1 draw, but a late Alisson header won it for the Reds at the death. The Baggies are now winless in five and there is still a risk that they will finish bottom of the league.
A run of one win in five has seen West Ham's top four dreams go up in smoke, but they are still able to secure a top-six finish and come into the midweek games level on points with Tottenham. They have lost their last two visits to the Hawthorns, yet have won two of their last four on the road.
West Ham have more to play for in the final week of the season and should keep the pressure on Spurs with a win on Wednesday night.
Prediction: Over 2.5 Goals
BURNLEY V LIVERPOOL
Burnley are winless in eight at Turf Moor and have lost each of their last three after a 4-0 defeat to Leeds at the weekend.
Liverpool needed Alisson(!) to score the winner against West Brom on Sunday to keep their hopes of a top-four finish alive on Sunday.
Burnley have given Liverpool some tough games recently but Liverpool should have full belief after the manner of their victory over West Brom.
Prediction: Liverpool win
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