Manchester City can move a step closer to claiming their third Premier League title in seven years by beating fourth-placed Tottenham, but Pep Guardiola’s team may have to come from behind before claiming the three points.
Spurs drew at the Etihad last season and are good enough to score on Saturday. A win for Guardiola’s team from behind can be backed at 11/2 while a City win and both sides to score is available at 31/20.
West Ham can keep a third clean sheet in a row, available at 13/5, when they visit a Stoke side that have lost four of their last five matches. Marko Arnautovic is 53/20 to score anytime against his former team.
Arsenal should ease to victory against a Newcastle team that have only picked up one point from their last eight matches. The Gunners are 11/2 to beat Rafa Benitez’s side from behind and 17/2 to win the match 2-1.
Leicester have lost just one of their last 11 matches and can make it five wins in a row by defeating Crystal Palace. A Foxes win and both teams to score is available at 11/4.
Brighton can bring their six-match winless run to an end by edging to a one-goal victory against Burnley at 27/10 while Chelsea can brush aside a Southampton team that lost 4-1 to Leicester at St Mary’s on Wednesday. Antonio Conte’s side are 33/4 to win the match 3-0.
Watford have lost six of their last 10 games but can return to winning way by beating a Huddersfield team that have only managed to find the net 12 times this season. The Hornets are 10/13 to beat David Wagner’s side.
On Sunday, West Brom can hold Manchester United to a draw at the Hawthorns at 3/1 while Liverpool can return to form by winning at Bournemouth. It could be tight on the south coast, though, with Jurgen Klopp’s side 33/4 to win the match 1-0.
On Monday, Everton can extend their unbeaten run to five matches by beating rock-bottom Swansea City 1-0 at 5/1.
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