Man Utd lost ground to Man City when they could only manage a 0-0 draw at Arsenal so it’s over to Liverpool and Leicester to apply some pressure on Pep Guardiola’s men on Sunday.
Leeds are the visitors to the King Power and it’s hard to know which version of Marcelo Bielsa’s side will turn up but entertainment is usually guaranteed. 67 goals have featured in their 19 matches so far which is comfortably the highest tally in the Premier League. However, Over 2.5 goals is only 4/7 and BTTS is priced up similarly.
Leicester will be without Jamie Vardy again but look a little underestimated by the bookies at 4/5.
Liverpool looked more like their old sevles in Thursday’s win at Spurs but won’t be relishing their trip to West Ham on Sunday where they’ll need to be at their best to take the three points. The Hammers are unbeaten in eight and have won six in a row in all competitions – a run that sees them just two points behind the Reds.
So the incentive is there for David Moyes’ men if motivation was required and they’re 10/3 shots to win. Liverpool can ill-afford any more dropped points given the form that Manchester City have been in. They’re 3/4 to win a fixture that they’ve a great record in, winning seven of the last eight meetings and drawing the other.
KevMac and SlipsTips have previewed both matches in detail;
- Leicester to win and Score 2+ Goals 11/10 (Bet365 BetBuilder)
Sunday’s Racing Tips
Alan Thomson lines up double trouble for bookies at Wolverhampton on Sunday.
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