MatchDay 18 – Sunday

Published by on December 15, 2017
After last weekend's Super Sunday, Manchester United and Liverpool find themselves facing more routine opposition this weekend. 
 
Neither can afford to drop more points, while Everton will look to continue their revival against a very vulnerable Swansea side. 
 
Six teams are in action on Sunday
 

West Brom vs Manchester United

Alan Pardew will not have many tougher tests in his early days as West Brom manager, though his side will be buoyed by holding Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday night. Aside from their disappointment in the Manchester derby, United have been faring well, winning five out of their last six games. After his horror show against City, Romelu Lukaku got himself back on the scoresheet against Bournemouth in what was a scrappy game - Jose Mourinho will be demanding something more comprehensive from the rest of his players as they travel to the Hawthorns. 
 
Recommended bet: Romelu Lukaku to score and win at 13/8
 

Bournemouth vs Liverpool

Last season, when Bournemouth let in goals, they tended to leak lots at once. This term, they've been a lot tighter and have a better defensive record than anyone outside the top seven. As for Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp has raised eyebrows with his decision to rotate his star men, which arguably cost his side in the Merseyside derby. Mohamed Salah was taken off in that 1-1 draw, so while he's normally the obvious choice as first goalscorer, there are no guarantees that the African Footballer of the Year will start. 
 
Recommended bet: Liverpool to win and both teams to score at 7/4
 

Everton vs Swansea

Struggling Swansea have won just once on the road in the Premier League this season, and that was against Crystal Palace in August. Many of the bookies have it that Paul Clement will be the next Premier League manager to face the sack, and he meets a man with very different fortunes here. Everton have won every game bar one under Big Sam, and that was the 1-1 draw in the Merseyside derby. 
 
Recommended bet: Everton to win both halves at 6/4

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