12/1 fourfold on Man United, Man City and other Premier League specials

12/1 fourfold on Man United, Man City and other Premier League specials

12/1 fourfold on Man United, Man City and other Premier League specials

After the FA Cup action last weekend, it’s a return to Premier League football now and with so much to play for at both ends of the table, it promises to be another enthralling few days.

Here’s our 12/1 fourfold to add further excitement to your viewing!

Brighton and Hove Albion vs Bournemouth

Sat 4 Feb, 15:00

Back Brighton to win
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Things just keep getting better for Roberto de Zerbi and Brighton this season. The Seagulls are sixth in the table and booked themselves a place in the last 16 of the FA Cup with victory over Liverpool last time out.

They’ve scored two or more goals in each of their last seven matches in all competitions and against a leaky Bournemouth defence that has failed to keep a clean sheet in their last seven, Brighton will be expected to pick up another three points here.


Manchester United vs Crystal Palace

Sat 4 Feb, 15:00

Back Manchester United to win with -1 handicap
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United have won their last 12 home matches in all competitions and 10 of those have been by a two-goal margin or more.

Crystal Palace in contrast have lost five of their last seven matches, winning just one of them. The Eagles picked up a decent point against Erik ten Hag’s men at Selhurst Park two weeks ago but the form guide suggests they will struggle to get anything from Old Trafford.

With Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes in red hot form, United can win this one with something to spare.


Wolves versus Liverpool

Sat 4 Feb, 15:00

Back a draw
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Wolves were comfortably beaten at Manchester City in their last Premier League outing but Julen Lopetegui’s side are a much tougher test when playing at home.

At Molineux, Wolves have conceded only four goals in their last six matches and they welcome a Liverpool side that have only scored more than once in a game on one occasion in their last six.

This is the third time these two sides are meeting since the start of the year, after their Third Round FA Cup tie went to a replay, and so far Liverpool have won one and drawn the other. With the Reds out of sorts and Wolves having home advantage, both teams taking a point could well be on the cards.


Tottenham vs Manchester City

Sun 5 Feb, 16.30

Back over 2.5 goals
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The last two meetings between Tottenham and Manchester City have produced 11 goals and some unbelievable entertainment. Neutrals will be hoping for more of the same on Sunday and with the league’s two top goal-scorers on the pitch, there’s bound to be fireworks.

Spurs have a good recent record at home to City, winning three of their last four encounters in the league and with Heung-min Son back among the goals and Harry Kane fully firing, they will relish the chance to beat the reigning champions again.

It would be a massive surprise though if City didn’t find the net on Sunday and with Erling Haaland netting four in his last three games, the visitors will be in a confident mood. Expect goals!