City can profit from Old Trafford stalemate

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It could be an excellent weekend for Manchester City as their two nearest challengers – Manchester United and Tottenham – meet at Old Trafford.

A draw would be the ideal outcome for Pep Guardiola’s team and it is available at 11/5 while Spurs are 33/4 to win the match from behind.

City should have too much quality for West Brom at The Hawthorns. Tony Pulis’ side have failed to win any of their last seven encounters while City have found the net 27 times in their last six Premier League fixtures.

David Silva is good value at 9/1 to score the first goal against the Baggies.

Liverpool will be keen to enjoy some home comforts after conceding 16 goals on their travels already this season.

They have only let in one goal at Anfield though and can keep that record going by beating Huddersfield 1-0 at odds of 8/1.

Arsenal should have few problems defeating Swansea and recording their sixth Premier League win of the season.

The Swans have only scored five goals so a routine 2-0 victory for the Gunners is good value at 25/4.

Crystal Palace can improve their hopes of avoiding the drop by winning their London derby against West Ham.

The Eagles can be backed at 13/10 to take the three points while Chelsea appear to be concentrating on the Champions League this term rather than on retaining their Premier League crown.

They visit Bournemouth, who won 2-1 at Stoke last weekend, with the draw good value at 16/5.

There should be plenty of goals at Vicarage Road where Watford take on a Stoke side that has the worst defensive record in the top-flight.

The Potters could take advantage of the Hornets’ own defensive fallibilities; they have conceded 14 goals in their last five matches, by winning the match at odds of 53/20.

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