In-form Manchester United can put a massive dent in Liverpool’s title push by beating Jurgen Klopp’s team at Old Trafford on Sunday.
With Manchester City involved in the EFL Cup final, this is Liverpool’s game in hand but they could still be second in the Premier League table after this weekend’s fixtures as United have been transformed since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s arrival.
United win and both teams to score @ 4/1
They may have lost 3-1 at Anfield in December but United have won seven of their last nine home Premier League games against Liverpool at Old Trafford.
Newcastle’s victory against Manchester City last month was arguably the shock result of the season but Rafa Benitez’s side remain only one point above the relegation zone heading into the St James’ Park clash against rock-bottom Huddersfield.
Newcastle to beat Huddersfield 1-0 @ 15/4
Newcastle won 1-0 in West Yorkshire earlier in the season and a similar result against the Terriers would be just what the Toon faithful need.
On Friday, Cardiff City can continue their unlikely attempt to avoid relegation by beating Watford, available at 21/10, and making it three Premier League victories in a row, while Fulham’s hopes of avoiding the drop will recede still further if they lose the London derby at West Ham United. The Hammers are 6/1 to win the match from behind.
Under 1.5 goals at Burnley @ 29/10
Tottenham should be revived after a rare break and can win a low-scoring affair at Burnley while Wolves can emerge victorious at a Bournemouth side that are 11th in the table despite losing 11 of their last 16 league games. Wolves are 29/10 to score in both halves.
Despite improving under Ralph Hasenhuttl, Southampton head into their fixture at Arsenal in the bottom three. Saints beat the Gunners 3-2 in December and are good enough to draw against Unai Emery’s team at 7/2.
Finally odds on Leicester being ahead at half time against Crystal Palace but eventually drawing the game can be backed at 14/1.
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