The Black Cats won't enjoy any respite at City, who should be backed to earn a 4-0 win, with David Silva a sensible first-scorer bet.
Everton’s need for points is greater than Crystal Palace’s and a 2-0 home win, inspired by Romelu Lukaku’s opener, will reflect this..
Arsenal could have a cup hangover after 120 gruelling minutes and the Hammers can earn a 1-1 draw, Andy Carroll heading the opener..
In-form striker Wilfried Bony will open scoring for Swansea before Chelsea hit back to secure 1-1 draw which will hurt their title bid.
There may be a lot of attacking talent on show but let’s go for Martin Skrtel to score first for the hosts in an entertaining 2-2 draw.
The in-form Emmanuel Adebayor will break the deadlock as Tim Sherwood's troops register a hard-fought 2-1 victory at The Hawthorns.
Look no further than Romelu Lukaku to grab the opener for Toffees in a 3-0 win at the Stadium of Light which deepens Sunderland's woes.
Peter Odemwingie, with four goals in as many games, can score first to lead the Potters to a 2-0 victory against the goal-shy Magpies.
Tip England striker Rickie Lambert as the first goalscorer in a comfortable 3-0 win for the hosts to push Cardiff closer to the drop.
Get on in-form Ashkan Dejagah, who has found the net in his last two home games, to score the only goal in a big win for the Cottagers.
The momentum is with Palace and they can all-but secure survival with a 2-1 win at Selhurst Park, Jason Puncheon scoring the opener.
Sunderland haven’t won an EPL game on a Monday in 18 attempts and that will be 19 after Emmanuel Adebayor fires Spurs to a 2-0 win.
You will be a fool to look at anything other than a Liverpool win here, with Luis Suarez the obvious first-scorer choice in a 4-1 win.
Everton have been very good at home but Arsenal will have the beating of them, with Olivier Giroud fancied to net first in a 2-0 win.
Chelsea are big favourites to get their title push back on track against Mark Hughes’ Stoke and Oscar can fire them to a 3-0 home win.
Norwich will view this as a perfect chance to give them some breathing space at the bottom, so back Robert Snodgrass to earn a 1-0 win.
It is impossible to predict which Man Utd side will turn up so it might be wise to back a 2-2 draw, with Wayne Rooney scoring first.
A cagey encounter looks on the cards here so cover yourself by backing a 1-1 draw, with Hull’s Shane Long a good tip to net first..
Cardiff simply have to win this and the sensible bet would be to back a 2-1 home win, with striker Frazier Campbell registering first..