Saturday sees seven Premier League games take place – starting at lunchtime with Manchester United looking set to run riot at Fulham.
United to win and both to score @ 37/20
The Red Devils increased their unbeaten run under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to 10 matches with last Sunday’s 1-0 win at Leicester. They will be keen to maintain their top-four push while also ensuring they stay sharp for Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday.
Fulham lost 2-0 at Crystal Palace last weekend but did win 4-2 in their last game at home to Brighton. Claudio Ranieri’s side, who appear better on their own patch than on the road, are seven points from safety and in big trouble.
United won 4-1 when the pair met at Old Trafford in December and while they are again likely to succeed, a clean sheet could be too much to ask, with the visitors having only kept one in their last four outings.
Palace to win @ 21/20
South of the river there is a London derby as Crystal Palace welcome West Ham to Selhurst Park. The Eagles received a psychological boost by beating Fulham without star man Wilfried Zaha and are on a run of three unbeaten. Zaha has been handed an extra game ban for his sending off at Southampton and Roy Hodgson may stick with the same side that beat the Cottagers.
The Hammers were the 3-2 winners back in December and arguably should have taken the points in Monday’s 1-1 home draw with Liverpool.
However, they are a team who often lack focus against the sides below them in the table and it could be Palace’s afternoon.
Brighton v Burnley – Barnes – Anytime Scorer @ 11/4
Neither Brighton nor Burnley are in particularly good form and it could be a war of attrition in Saturday’s late game.
The Seagulls remain five points clear of the bottom three but are without a win in five Premier League games. However, they did come through extra-time to beat West Brom in the FA Cup on Wednesday.
Burnley looked to have turned a corner and while still out of the drop zone, they are without a win in four in all competitions although three of those results have been draws.
A draw at 23/10 might be worth a look in this one, especially as both meetings last term were scoreless, but beware the returning hero as Ashley Barnes will be desperate to score against his former club.
The striker has netted in his last two outings and will be desperate to get on the scoresheet this weekend.
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