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Premier League Midweek: Will Tottenham’s sticky patch continue, and how will Watford fare up against Manchester United?

Watford boss Marco Silva on the touchline (Steve Welsh/Getty Images)
Watford boss Marco Silva on the touchline (Steve Welsh/Getty Images)

THERE has barely been time to take breath and reflect on the weekend’s action before another round of matches is upon us.

But PREMIER LEAGUE WEEKLY will provide score predictions for both tonight and tomorrow’s action.

 

Adam’s Tuesday scores

Brighton 1 Crystal Palace 0

THERE may be 45 miles between this club but make no mistake, this is a proper rivalry. Two evenly matched teams, but home advantage may tip the match in the Seagulls’ favour.

 

Leicester 1 Tottenham 1

IT feels like Tottenham are going through a sticky patch in the Premier League and they will have to settle for just a point against the Foxes.

 

Watford 1 Manchester United 2

A very interesting game at Vicarage Road. Watford have left an excellent impression under Marco Silva with their positive approach to games. They have competed against everyone, except in the 6-0 hammering by Manchester City. But Jose Mourinho will not want to lose to the rising star of Portuguese managers and more importantly, United simply cannot afford to drop points in their pursuit of City.

 

West Brom 1 Newcastle 0

CARETAKER manager Gary Megson oversaw a much-improved performance from West Brom against Spurs at Wembley on Saturday and if they repeat that, they should have enough to beat a Newcastle team on the slide.