Manchester United play host to Brighton in Sunday’s late Premier League game (19:30), with the Red Devils looking for a sixth straight win against the Seagulls.

With defeats for Leicester City and Chelsea on Saturday, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men have the chance to cement their place in second and Marcus Rashford could prove the key to a home win (Match Odds – Man Utd 3/4, Draw 13/5, Brighton 4/1).

The England forward missed international duty due to an injury issue, but the 23-year-old is expected to feature in Easter Sunday’s clash at Old Trafford.

Rashford has scored in United’s last two home league wins over the Seagulls and can be backed at 2/1 to score at anytime.

Brighton’s main issue this term has been scoring goals, but with Victor Lindelof set to be absent from the hosts’ backline, Graham Potter’s men will fancy their chances of finding the net and BTTS is available at 10/11.

Sunday’s key Premier League game takes place at 14:05, when relegation-threatened Newcastle face European hopefuls Tottenham at St James’ Park (Match Result – Newcastle 9/2, Draw 11/4, Tottenham 4/6).

The Magpies are just two points outside the bottom three after six games without a win and are still without injured leading scorer Callum Wilson.

Steve Bruce’s men have scored just one goal in their last three games and face a Spurs team who still have top-four aspirations – with just three points between themselves and Chelsea.

The last thing an under-pressure defence needs is to come up against an in-form Harry Kane, who has scored four goals in the last five Premier League games.

The England skipper – 5/2 First Goalscorer – also scored twice in this fixture last term.

Sandwiched in between the games at St James’ Park and Old Trafford, is Aston Villa’s home clash with Fulham (16:30) – who will move above Newcastle and out of the bottom three if they win and the Magpies lose.

Despite the likely return of Jack Grealish, the Cottagers will head to the Midlands full of confidence considering the recent form guides (Match Betting – Aston Villa 13/10, Draw 9/4, Fulham 23/10).

Villa have only won one of their last five home league games and have failed to score in their last two matches on home turf. Fulham meanwhile, are unbeaten in their last eight on the road.

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