Arsenal should post a comfortable win in the Premier League on Wednesday, while in-form Watford look a threat against Liverpool at Anfield.
Arsenal have won their last seven at home in the Premier League, scoring at least twice in six of those matches.
Bournemouth have lost nine of the spin in all competitions away from home, scoring just three times in that run and conceding 24.
The Cherries are also beset by injuries – Junior Stanislas and Steve Cook have joined star men Callum Wilson and David Brooks on the sidelines, while midfield anchor Jefferson Lerma is suspended.
It all makes Arsenal appeal greatly and they should cover a one-goal handicap.
United have a few injury concerns ahead of their trip to Crystal Palace but have won all seven away games since the arrival of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Roy Hodgson’s men have been scoring freely away but at home it’s been a different story – they’ve managed just nine in the league all season at Selhurst Park (only Huddersfield have fewer home goals) where they have won just three times.
United have enough strength in depth to cope and their price looks too good to miss.
Watford may be able to disrupt Liverpool’s title bid in this one – they have suffered just one defeat in their last 11 in all competitions. That was a 2-1 loss at Spurs in a game they led after 80 minutes.
A one-goal defeat in this one would land the bet and with the Reds’ goal threat having dipped in recent weeks – they have scored only five in their last five games, only one of which has been won – Watford look a decent bet on the -1.5 Asian line.