It’s all about the clash between two of Premier League’s most successful clubs; it’s Liverpool v Manchester United this Sunday at Anfield so make sure to tune in and place your bets on time with online sportsbooks in UK. Check out other exciting games to add to your bet and make a killing this weekend.
Wolves v Bournemouth – H 9/10 (1.90) D 5/2 (3.50) A 3/1 (4.00)
This is one of the best matches to consider for your betting slip this weekend. Both the Wolves and the Cherries are on relatively the same quality and their performances this season have seen them being separated by merely 1 point on the table.
The Wolves are in 10th with 22 points, while Bournemouth are 2 places above with only a point more. The odds are favoring the hosts for game (naturally), but we’re willing to bet this will end up in a draw between the two sides, based on the way they’ve played until this point.
Southampton v Arsenal – H 29/10 (3.90) D 11/4 (3.75) A 9/10 (1.90)
This is another great encounter to wager on. Arsenal are viewed as the favourites against Southampton on the road, and rightfully so. But their odds are higher than usual, which makes this a bet worth adding to your bet slip.
Having won only 1 match this season, Southampton stand no chance against the might of the Gunners, with a tie being the most that they can hope for from this encounter. Arsenal on the other hand are in 5th spot on the table with 34 points.
They’re still trying to break into the top four but it could prove challenging as all sides above them are pushing hard. Unai Emery’s men should be the routine winners from this game, despite that they’re playing away from the Emirates this weekend.
Liverpool v Manchester United – H 1.57 (4/7) D 3/1 (4.00) A 5/1 (6.00)
The Reds head into the game on Sunday without having lost a single match so far this season, with almost all of their 16 games ending in victories, except 3 draws; since last weekend, they’re top of the table with 24 points, while Man City have a points less.
Jurgen Klopp’s men have performed brilliantly this campaign; their home record reads 6 wins and only 1 draw. Jose Mourinho is still struggling to get the best out of his team, as they’re in 6th position with only 26 points to their name, with an away record of 3 wins, 2 draws and 3 losses.
It’s not surprising at all that providers of internet betting in UK have earmarked the Reds to win the highly-anticipated match with their greatest rivals. This seems like a no-brainer, as Liverpool are shaping up to be on par with defending champions Man City when it comes to their Premier League title chances.