Sunday gives us three Premier League games to look at and it could be a big afternoon for Manchester United as they aim to further cement their top-four claims by beating fifth-placed Arsenal.
Wednesday was another magical evening for United as their injury-plagued side won 3-1 at Paris Saint-Germain to progress through to the Champions League quarter-finals.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must surely now get the permanent job at Old Trafford and a victory on Sunday would make it 10 in a row on the road since he took charge in December.
Arsenal themselves had a nightmare in France, losing 3-1 to Rennes on Thursday, and their defensive flaws are being further exposed by an inability to gel in attack.
These two met in the FA Cup in January and it was United who won 3-1, the third time in four games the pair have produced over 3.5 goals (8/5).
Paul Pogba was magical in that game and after being suspended in Paris, may well be back to orchestrate another impressive win on the road.
Earlier on in the day, Liverpool will hope their recent stuttering form receives a boost when Burnley head to Anfield at noon.
Four draws in six games has led to doubts regarding the Reds’ mentality and it was that failure to take their chances that cost them in last Sunday’s Merseyside derby stalemate.
However, they did win their last game at home 5-0 against a decent Watford outfit and are taking on a Clarets team who have lost their last two, halting their resurgence.
Liverpool were good value for a 3-1 triumph at Turf Moor but Burnley have scored in the last four meetings and a both teams to score bet maybe worth a look at 5/4.
In fact, with Jurgen Klopp’s side appearing jittery, especially if Manchester City win on Saturday teatime, Burnley could strike but not hard enough to get anything from their trip down the M6.
Last but by no means least, Chelsea‘s new feel-good factor can help them get revenge on Wolves.
It was 2-1 to Nuno Espirito Santo’s men in December and they have often saved their best results for the big boys, also beating Tottenham in the league and defeating Liverpool in the FA Cup.
Thursday’s 3-0 win over Dynamo Kiev allowed Maurizio Sarri to rest some of his stars and Eden Hazard will undoubtedly be back and will look to prey on a defence missing Ryan Bennett through suspension.
Wolves have scored in all but one of their games since January 14 and they are another team who are likely to grab a goal, but again the home side should prevail.
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