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Liverpool are undefeated in 21 of their last 22 home matches
Following disastrous form post Christmas that saw them drop out of the title race, Liverpool have recently turned the tide, and now sit in 4th place in the Premier League. Although, they have a fight on their hands, and despite the 4 point gap on Manchester United, they can’t breathe easy as the Red Devils have two games in hand. The visit of Everton will be a big test for Jurgen Klopp in the Merseyside derby, as Everton are in great form themselves, and have only lost 1 of their last 12 Premier League matches. Liverpool will get confidence from the fact that added to their great home record, they are also undefeated in their last 18 games against Everton. It is touch and go whether Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino will be involved, and Liverpool have hired a private jet to ensure their stars are back after Brazil duty. It is crucial that they do make it, because Adam Lallana, Danny Ings and Daniel Sturridge are definite absentees.
Everton have some injury concerns of their own, and James McCarthy and Morgan Schneiderlin will be assessed ahead of kick off. Seamus Coleman faces a long spell on the sidelines following his horrific leg break, Funes Mori is sidelines after being stretchered off during international duty, and Yannick Bolasie and Muhamed Besic remain on the injury list.
Suggested bet: Draw @ 31/10 (Unibet)
Burnley are undefeated in their last 6 home matches
Following their defeat to Tottenham at White Hart Lane, Everton continued their great 2017 form with a 3-0 home victory over West Brom. They now sit just 2 points off of 6th place, although Burnleys home form this season has been sensational, and it says a lot that they are above both Manchester United and Manchester City in the home form table. Turf Moor has been an extremely difficult place for teams to go so far this season, and only 3 teams have managed to emerge victorious against Burnley on their home patch.
Burnley aren’t in the best of form, and without a win in their last 6 matches. That is largely down to the fact they have only played 1 home match, which resulted in a respectable draw against Chelsea. So after playing 4 away games on the spin, they will be relishing the opportunity to play in front of their home crowd again. Only Dean Marney, and Johan Berg Gudmundsson are likely to be missing.
They face a Tottenham team who have been rampant since mid-december, and have won 10 matches, drawn 2 and lost just 1 during that spell. However, like Burnley, they are far stronger at home, and only 2 of those wins have come away from home. Danny Rose is likely to still be out for a few more weeks, as is top scorer Harry Kane who is recovering from an ankle injury. Erik Lamela will miss the rest of the season, and summer signing Vincent Janssen is a doubt due to illness.
Suggested bet: Draw @ 3/1 (Unibet)
Leicester have scored at least 3 goals in their last 3 matches
The Football world was in uproar little over one month ago, as Leicester looked doomed for relegation. But it’s funny how time changes opinion, because now Leicester look a completely different team, and have won the 3 Premier League games that have followed his sacking, as well as qualify for the ¼ finals of the Champions League. Until Ranieri’s sacking, they had seemingly forgotten what the goal looked like, as they had failed to score in the first 6 games of the new year. But as if by magic, they have now scored 9 goals in 3 games and look a force in front of goal once again, with Jamie Vardy showing his form from last season. The only injury concern is defender Wes Morgan who suffered a back injury in the Foxes victory over West Ham, but he should recover in time.
Stoke City are facing a bit of a crisis in front of goal of their own, as they have now failed to score in their last 3 away matches. Phil Bardsley is suspended following his late red card against Chelsea, while Glen Johnson is a doubt.
Suggested bet: Leicester -1.5 @ 29/10 (Unibet)
There have been under 2.5 goals scored in 9 of Man Utd’s last 11 home games
Jose Mourinho knows that top 4 qualification this season is an absolute must, especially given the money that he spent in the summer. A top 4 spot is currently in his hands, as they are just 4 points off of 4th placed Liverpool, with 2 games in hand. He will also be hoping that Liverpool drop points in the Merseyside derby. However, Manchester United have somewhat struggled at home this season, especially against teams who like to defend in numbers.
Their fight for the top 4 will not be helped at the weekend by the fact that they have a very long list of absentees. Chris Smalling and Phil Jones aren’t available for defensive duties following injuries during the International break. Marcus Rojo is also doubtful as he won’t return from International duty until Thursday evening. United will also miss Paul Pogba following a hamstring injury, with Fellaini a doubt after withdrawing from international duty with a toe injury. Ander Herrera is also suspended. United also have concerns in their forward areas, with Ibrahimovic set to serve the last of a 3 match ban, and Wayne Rooney still suffering from a knee problem.
West Brom are enjoying a very good season by their standards, and are likely to cause United very real concerns. They will be full of confidence having defeated Arsenal 3-1 before the international break. It is expected that few changes will be made to the XI that beat Arsenal two weeks ago
Suggested bet: West Brom Win/Draw Double Chance @ 27/11 (Unibet)
Arsenal have lost 4 of their last 5 Premier League matches
There is anarchy in the red half of North London, with Arsenal fans seemingly coming to the end of their tether with boss Arsene Wenger. Just when the Frenchman thought things couldn’t get much worse, Alexis Sanchez has made public comments hinting at a summer move to London rivals Chelsea. Unfortunately for Wenger, his next job is to try and beat a Manchester City side who have regained their form and are flying away from home, having won their last 3 away matches.
With 7 of the last 8 Arsenal games having over 2.5 goals scored, and Manchester City scoring at last 2 goals in 8 of their last 10 away matches, this looks like being anything but a boring 0-0.
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