Manchester United headline Wednesday’s Premier League action as the Red Devils look to close the 15 point gap to rivals Manchester City.
The champions-in-waiting moved well clear of the stuttering pack courtesy of a 4-1 win over Wolves. With only 11 games to go and on a staggering unbeaten run, it is becoming clearer by the day that the only race left to run at the top of the table is the one for second, third and fourth.
Manchester United travel to face Crystal Palace, Leicester City visit Burnley and Everton face an away trip to West Brom.
All of these matches come before Chelsea travel to Anfield on Thursday. You can view odds on that blockbuster game HERE!
United face Palace, who are down in 13th and should have too much in the tank for their hosts. The Red Devils have three draws in their last five league outings and are likely to show their attacking best in order to reduce the gap between themselves in second and their city rivals.
In third, the Foxes are away at Burnley looking to get over their defeat to Arsenal. The loss was a missed opportunity for Brendan Rodgers’ side, who are facing a mounting injury list.
Nevertheless, Burnley – without a win in three matches – should be brushed aside.
The last match in the trio accumulator is Everton at West b