Previewing This Weekend’s Best Premier League Games (March 10-11)

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Liverpool can boast the joint-best form in the Premier League but their trip to Old Trafford won’t be easy. This clash against Jose Mourinho’s side is arguably the Premier League’s standout game of the weekend and the Reds can be backed at 33/20 with Ladbrokes. Jurgen Klopp’s side were left frustrated when these two teams met at Anfield on October 14th, with United’s stifling tactics nullifying the Reds throughout.

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The Red Devils are full of confidence following their 2-1 success against Chelsea and a last-gasp victory at Selhurst Park on March 5th. The hosts have been priced up at 8/5 to continue their winning sequence in the top flight.

The cries of ‘Wenger Out’ are getting louder in North London and the Frenchman desperately needs his side to put in a match-winning performance when they host Watford on March 11th. The Gunners were defeated at Vicarage Road earlier in the campaign and they’ll be desperate to avenge that result at the Emirates.

The hosts are 1/2 to collect all three points but this won’t be easy against a solid Watford side who have improved immensely under the tutelage of Javi Gracia. The Hornets come off the back of a 1-0 victory over rock-bottom West Brom. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been in decent form for Arsenal and is Evens to score during the 90 minutes, with Watford’s talisman Troy Deeney available at 23/10.

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Bournemouth Looking to Take Advantage of a Weary Spurs

Following their mid-week Champions League outing against Juventus, Spurs must make the journey to the Vitality Stadium to face Bournemouth on March 11th. Mauricio Pochettino’s side have endured a hectic schedule and they can’t afford a below-par performance against an energetic Cherries side.

Eddie Howe’s men were pegged back late-on against Leicester on March 3rd but they’ve already caused problems for a number of top Premier League side here this season and could capitalise on Spurs’ weariness. They look a little overpriced at 5/1.

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