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Liverpool have been in flying form in 2015.
Liverpool have been in flying form in 2015.
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The Reds over the Red Devils and Villa to keep scoring: 5 bets to consider this weekend

We fancy City to bounce back from their European exit too.
Mar 20th 2015, 3:00 PM 4,317 19

ANOTHER WEEKEND OF Premier League action and we’ve five more bets for you to chew on.

As always, these are absolutely guaranteed to come through provided a large number of variables fall into place.

Liverpool to beat Man United – 23/20

United have won three in-a-row in the league, but besides last weekend’s victory against Spurs, they haven’t looked overly impressive. After struggling early in the season, Brendan Rodgers’ side have hit their stride since Christmas, winning eight of nine in the league and haven’t lost in the Premiership since a visit to Old Trafford back in December. We think they will continue their top 4 push on Sunday.

Man City -1 v West Brom – 5/6

City went out of Europe in midweek but actually created quite a bit at the Nou Camp and should have scored at least once. Their defence was opened up regularly… but West Brom’s attack isn’t as potent as the three-headed serpent that is Suarez, Messi and Neymar. They are a different side at the Ethiad and should return to winning ways this weekend.

Aston Villa over 1.5 goals at home to Swansea – 8/5

After two opening losses, Villa have played a lot better under Sherwood. They have scored two or more goals in their last three games including four against Sunderland last weekend. As Sherwood would say, that’s a good ratio.

Under 2.5 goals in Southampton v Burnley – 5/6

Southampton’s last seven league games have had less than 2.5 goals while Burnley’s last four have gone under the total. The Saints are at home so they might win a close game but the form guide says there shouldn’t be much goals.

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Man City to win, Spurs to beat Leicester at home, Arsenal to beat Newcastle away and Chelsea to beat Hull  - 4/1

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