The Premier League serves up six games tonight, with Arsenal’s trip to Manchester United the pick of the bunch.
We’ve got a full preview of that one, with all the key odds from the five other games right here…
Burnley v Liverpool (7:45pm)
Liverpool aren’t fully firing at the moment, but they’re getting the job done. Burnley have found it tough going lately. There’s 5/2 about Liverpool and Under 2.5 Goals here.
Reds star Naby Keita could come in for his first league start since October. The midfield dynamo is 5/2 to have two or more shots on target.
And after missing a host of chances against Everton, Sadio Mane is 11/8 to make amends and net here.
Everton v Newcastle United (7:45pm)
Everton were unlucky to lose at Anfield on Sunday. They’ll want to get back on track here.
Everton have won each of their last five games against the Magpies without conceding. It wouldn’t be a surprise if Jordan Pickford had a blinder following his Merseyside derby blunder either. The Toffees are 6/4 to win to nil again.
Theo Walcott got the only goal the last time these two sides met. The former Arsenal man’s 11/5 to get another here, with Richarlison rated at 7/5.
Fulham v Leicester City (7:45pm)
Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri faces his former side here, looking for two home wins from two in charge of the Cottagers.
The West London club looked much more secure despite losing to Chelsea at the weekend. With Leicester having won just three away league games since March, they’ll fancy their chances of getting something. The draw is available for 23/10.
Aleksandar Mitrovic and Jamie Vardy give the two sides a cutting edge. They’re 7/2 joint-favourites to score first.
Wolves v Chelsea (7:45pm)
With a game against the champions looming this weekend, Maurizio Sarri may make a few changes here. Alvaro Morata could get the nod up front. Our traders go 8/5 that he scores at Molineux.
Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton (8:00pm)
Spurs will be determined to bounce back from their North London derby defeat here. Southampton are only a point off the bottom, but Mark Hughes’ dismissal should provoke a response from their players. Spurs and BTTS is going for 2/1.
Harry Kane has four goals in his last two appearances against Saints. He’s 21/10 to open the scoring at Wembley.
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