Manchester United may have won 13 top-flight titles since Liverpool’s last triumph in 1989/90 but Jurgen Klopp’s side head into Sunday’s fixture 16 points better off than their misfiring rivals.
United have held Liverpool to goalless draws in each of their last two visits to Anfield – another stalemate this weekend is available at 11/1 – but Jose Mourinho’s side have already conceded 26 goals this season and only kept two clean sheets.
They contrived to lose to Valencia, currently 15th in La Liga, in the Champions League in midweek, while Liverpool remain unbeaten in the Premier League and advanced to the last 16 of European club football’s premier competition by getting the better of Napoli on Tuesday.
Chelsea may have ended Manchester City’s unbeaten start to the campaign last weekend but they have been weak on their travels recently, losing their last two matches away from Stamford Bridge to Wolves and Tottenham.
Sunday sees them face a Brighton side that are far better at home than away – the Seagulls have only lost once at the Amex Stadium where they have picked up 14 of their 21 points.
Chris Hughton’s team eased to a 3-1 victory against Crystal Palace in their last home game, despite playing for over half the encounter with 10 men, and are good enough to seal a draw against the visitors.
Arsenal have won 10 and drawn four of their last 14 Premier League matches and can pick up another three points at St Mary’s by beating a Southampton side that have only won one game so far this season.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who has scored 10 top-flight goals this term, is 11/4 to open the scoring in the game, which will be Ralph Hasenhuttl’s first home encounter in charge of Saints since he succeeded Mark Hughes as boss earlier this month.
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