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BETTING PREVIEW: BACKING THE FAVOURITES

A host of big name clubs are being tipped to get three points in the latest round of the Premier League.

Suggested bet: Manchester United, Liverpool, Wolves, Arsenal and Chelsea to win at 10.63

A busy midweek programme should not be enough of a concern for a number of England’s biggest clubs this weekend.

With the race for European places still very much up for grabs, there will be enough to play for to get the best out of the leading clubs.

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Manchester United’s controlled demolition of Granada will lay the groundwork for another win as they prepare to host Burnley. The Red Devils have moved into the Europa League’s final four and a win on Sunday will push them ever closer to wrapping up second place.

The likes of Edinson Cavani and Paul Pogba continue to play their way into top form with Bruno Fernandes still an ever-present goal threat. Burnley have lost two in a row heading to the Theatre of Dreams.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal host Fulham on the back of a very impressive Thursday 4-0 win over Slavia Prague. The Gunners saw Alexandre Lacazette bag a brace and the improving Nicholas Pepe also got onto the scoresheet.

They should have far too much for Fulham, who will have one foot in the Championship if they lose their fifth match in a row.

Another certainty – or least from this viewpoint – is Chelsea to bounce back from their defeat at Porto with a win when Brighton come to town. The Blues won the war against the Portuguese to advance to the semi-finals of the Champions League. Now they will be bidding to bag a top four place as they start this contest one point back of West Ham.

The Hammers have been left out of this accumulator despite their fine form. They travel to face Newcastle with all three results in play.

Wolves host Sheffield United, another team who have lost four in a row. And while Wolves have been below their best this season, this match should see them make it two wins on the spin.

Liverpool away to Leeds is arguably where this accumulator will be won or lost. The Reds were wasteful in their 0-0 draw against Real Madrid at Anfield as they bowed out of the Champions League.

That draw leaves them scrambling to force their way into the top four. They visit Elland Road three points adrift of the top four with seven matches left to play and Jurgen Klopp will eyeing this match as the perfect place to go on a run towards the season’s close.

The Reds continue to shuffle their pack with a number of players across all positions injured. Perhaps, Klopp will rest Roberto Firmino and allow Diogo Jota the freedom in attack which could expose Leeds’ porous defensive unit.

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