The standout Premier League game on Sunday takes place at Stamford Bridge, as two heavyweights clash when Chelsea and Manchester United go toe-to-toe (Match Betting – Chelsea 13/20, Draw 9/4, Man Utd 13/5).
Chelsea are yet to lose under new boss Thomas Tuchel, but are still outside the top four going into Sunday’s 4:30 kick-off.
Meanwhile, United know they must win if they are to stand any chance of staying on the coat-tails of runaway leaders Manchester City.
Both teams are unbeaten in their last five Premier League games, but United go into this clash with injury concerns in the middle of the park.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is without Paul Pogba and Juan Mata, while Scott McTominay and Donny van de Beek are classed as doubtful. That means Nemanja Matic could face his former club, following an outstanding display in the recent home win over Newcastle.
Chelsea have not been free-scoring under Tuchel and goals remain a concern, especially when you look at the recent head-to-head stats. The Blues have scored just five goals in their last seven meetings with the Red Devils – three of those coming in one FA Cup game.
The two teams played out a 0-0 draw at Old Trafford back in October and a repeat scoreline on Sunday can be backed at 17/2.
Sunday’s late game takes place at Bramall Lane, as Sheffield United play host to Liverpool (Match Betting – Sheff Utd 15/2, Draw 9/2, Liverpool 4/11), with the visitors looking to end a four-game losing run in the league.
On their way to the title last season, Jurgen Klopp’s men won this fixture 0-1 thanks to a goal from Georgino Wijnaldum, who is 13/2 to score at anytime on Sunday.
Even considering all their injury problems, Liverpool have already lost seven league games this term and have scored just twice in their last four league games. Both of those goals have come from Mohamed Salah and the Egyptian ace is 9/4 to score first in the 7:15pm match.
The 2pm Premier League game sees Tottenham entertain Burnley, with the pressure mounting on Jose Mourinho after five defeats in their last six league games.
Spurs (18/5 to collect the three points) though have an impressive recorded against the Clarets, with just one defeat in their last 13 meetings.
Burnley (6/4 Double Chance) are missing the injury Ashley Barnes and having rested by Harry Kane and Son Heung-min in midweek, this looks like a must-win game for the hosts.