LIVERPOOL will take one step closer to their first Premier League title with a win over cross-city rivals Everton this weekend, while Arsenal will just be hoping for some kind of positive result at Brighton.
Wolves, Sheffield United and Chelsea will be hoping their respective away trips can help them close in on the European places.
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Brighton vs Arsenal, Saturday 3pm kick-off:
Arsenal will want to quickly forget their return-to-action clash with Man City on Wednesday, which ended in a shocking 3-0 defeat along with a catalogue of problems for Mikel Arteta’s side.
The hapless David Luiz will be suspended here while a host of regulars will miss out through injury, but star striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is still fully fit and will be keen to make up for his goalless display during the week.
What’s more Brighton were on a nine-game win-less streak before lockdown, although each side may fancy their chances in this hard-to-predict new reality.
- Under 2.5 goals and over 10.5 corners, 13/5 here
- Arsenal to win 2-0, 12/1 here
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West Ham vs Wolves, Saturday 5.30pm kick-off:
West Ham are lodged in a disheartening relegation battle as football returns to action, while Wolves have lofty ambitions of Champions League qualification for next season.
Wolves have failed to score first in their last six Prem matches on the road, although the main interest here will be whether or not Adama Traore can pick up where he left off three months ago as one of the league’s most outstanding players.
- Traore to assist a goal, 3/1 here
- Raul Jimenez to score inside the first 10 minutes, 16/1 here
Newcastle vs Sheffield United, Sunday 2pm kick-off:
Newcastle are in the middle of a good run of results having lost just twice in their last 13 matches across all competitions before the break.
Perhaps more prominently though, the Magpies have seen two red cards shown across their previous three Prem matches.
Sheffield meanwhile travel to the Toon after being denied a clear goal in their first game back against Aston Villa, with their current record reading over 1.5 goals in just one of their previous 12 Premier League matches.
- Under 1.5 total goals, 8/5 here
- Over 9.5 corners and over 4.5 cards, 100/30 here
Aston Villa vs Chelsea, Sunday 4.15pm kick-off:
Chelsea head to Aston Villa having been unbeaten in their last three Premier League games prior to the hiatus, netting in both halves in each of those matches.
Former Villa loanee Tammy Abraham will want to be in top form here, especially with Timo Werner vying for his striker-spot in the side next season.
The England forward netted against Villa back in December while nine of his 13 Prem goals this season have come in the first-half.
- Abraham to score first, 3/1 here
- Chelsea over 2.5 goals, Villa over 3.5 cards, 10/1 here
Everton vs Liverpool, Sunday 7pm kick-off:
Liverpool are just six points away from the title and face their cross-city rivals having lost four of their last six competitive matches before the hiatus (including one in extra time).
Meanwhile Everton host Liverpool after seven unbeaten home league games, with our of those featuring both teams scoring.
Will Divock Origi be a surprise star again here? The Belgian has a hand in four of Liverpool’s last seven goals against Everton.
- Both teams to score, 3/4 here
- Origi to score last, 6/1 here
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