Spurs to keep City waiting

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After losing three matches in a row, Manchester City will have to wait another week before returning to winning ways as in-form Tottenham can hold the Premier League leaders to a draw at Wembley.

Mauricio Pochettino’s team are unbeaten in their last 14 league matches since being beaten 4-1 by City in mid-December and can be backed at 49/20 to draw Saturday evening’s game.

Manchester United can build on their thrilling derby victory by seeing off the wafer-thin challenge of rock-bottom West Brom.

The Baggies, with just one victory in 31 top-flight matches, have at least managed to score in their last four games but are unlikely to find the net at Old Trafford where United can be backed at 23/4 to win 3-0.

Third-placed Liverpool, with one eye on their Champions League semi-final against Roma, may find it hard to motivate themselves for a match against mid-table Bournemouth so a draw at Anfield at odds of 21/4 may be worth taking up.

Southampton are in dire need of a victory against Chelsea if they are to move clear of the bottom three but they may have to settle for a 1-1 draw, available at 23/4, against last season’s champions.

Huddersfield Town have only won two of their last 15 matches but can move a step nearer safety by beating a Watford side that have little to play for at 33/20.

Crystal Palace face a Brighton side that have a very tricky run-in and are not yet safe. The Eagles can add to Brighton fans’ nerves by beating their rivals by a two-goal margin at 4/1.

Everton have only won two of their 16 Premier League matches away from Goodison Park this term which is good news for Swansea City, who can ease their drop fears by beating Sam Allardyce’s side at 31/20.

Burnley have won seven games 1-0 this season and can make it eight by beating Leicester City by the same scoreline at 6/1.

Newcastle United can come from behind to defeat poor travellers Arsenal at 33/4, while Stoke City, who have been playing better than their recent results suggest, can bring West Ham back into the relegation mire by beating David Moyes’ side 1-0 in the capital at 19/2.

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