The Premier League returns this weekend with some mouth-watering matches at both ends of the table.
The highlight of the latest round of games is Sunday’s clash between Liverpool and Manchester City, with the league leaders aiming to maintain their unbeaten record this season.
City are 13/10 favourites to win the game, with the Reds on offer at 45/17. The draw is available at 39/19, but check out this 10bet referrer code offer before wagering on the game.
Liverpool lost 5-0 at the Etihad Stadium earlier in the season and City look a decent bet to complete the double this weekend.
With Manchester United not playing until Monday, Chelsea can move into second place if they beat Leicester City on Saturday.
The Blues won 2-1 at Leicester back in September and are priced at 17/2 to match that scoreline this weekend.
United will be confident of regaining second spot when they face struggling Stoke City. The Red Devils look banker material at 3/14 to record their ninth home win of the season.
Tottenham Hotspur host Everton in Saturday evening’s TV game, but they look very short at 5/19 to win the game.
The Toffees were worth a draw at Liverpool in the FA Cup last weekend and are decent value at 19/4 to pick up a point this weekend.
Cesk Tosun’s arrival gives the visitors the attacking threat they were missing at Anfield and he could be worth an interest at 17/4 to get on the scoresheet at Wembley.
Arsenal will be eager to bounce back from their FA Cup humiliation at Nottingham Forest last weekend when they visit Bournemouth on Sunday.
The Gunners are 14/19 to win at the Vitality Stadium and desperately need to pick up three points if they’re to keep their hopes of a top four finish alive.
Arsene Wenger’s side beat the Cherries 3-0 on home turf earlier this season and can be backed at 59/4 to repeat the feat this weekend.
There’s plenty of interest at the foot of the table this weekend, with six of the bottom ten involved in matches against each other.
Huddersfield Town and West Ham United could be a decent bet at 21/10 to fight out a draw at the John Smith’s Stadium, while Newcastle United are fancied to see off Swansea City at odds of 19/20.
Games between Watford and Southampton and West Brom and Brighton appear two more likely draws, but Crystal Palace are fancied at Evens to continue their recent resurgence against Burnley.