Premier League Round 15 Preview: Manchester United Host Old Rivals Arsenal In Tie Of The Round

Premier League Round 15 Preview: Manchester United Host Old Rivals Arsenal In Tie Of The Round

Meanwhile, league leaders Manchester City travel south to Watford, while Liverpool are at Burnley

There is a special midweek round of action in the FA Premier League kicking off this coming Tuesday (4 December) with current champions and table toppers Manchester City heading to Watford. The following night, Liverpool visit Burnley and, in what is the most mouth-watering fixture, old rivals Manchester United and Arsenal re set to lock horns at Old Trafford.

First things first

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First up, an out of sorts Watford side welcome the champions, Manchester City, to Vicarage Road. After a promising start to the season, the Hornets have slipped up somewhat of late, and now sit 10th after losing three of their last four league outings – they are conceding well over a goal a game at present.

There is little else in the way of praise that can be thrown at Pep Guardiola and his Manchester City side. They are undefeated in the Premier League so far this season and sit top of the pile, two points clear of Liverpool in second.

And it is therefore of no surprise that it is City who come into this match as the overwhelming favourites to wrap up the win on Tuesday night. You can back the visitors to take all three points at just 1.25 while Watford, despite home advantage, are out at 10.00 to do the same – a draw is priced in the middle at 6.00, according to Oddsshark.

And City should win without breaking too much sweat. A 3-0 victory for the away side is priced at 9.50, thereby offering close to a ten-fold return on any investment, while you could double your money by backing a “No” to both teams scoring at 2.00.

Liverpool to keep up winning streak at Burnley

The following night, in-form Liverpool head to Burnley looking to make it four league wins on the bounce. The Reds sit second in the table, two points behind City and with the best defensive record in the division – just five goals conceded so far.

Burnley, in stark contrast, are struggling for both form and confidence this term and sit next to bottom with just two league wins to their name all season. The side are on a run of seven matches without a victory and cannot be relishing the prospect of facing one of the strongest teams in the country.

And it is indeed Liverpool who come into this match as the red hot favourites to take all three points. You can back the Reds to win on the road at just 1.28, with Burnley out at 12.00 to pull off a shock win – a draw is priced in the middle at 5.25.

And we are expecting a comfortable win for Jurgen Klopp’s men. A 2-0 win for Liverpool comes in at 7.00, meaning that a US$5 bet would lead to a US$35 pay out, while you can more than double your money by backing under 2.5 goals in the game at 2.30.

United and Arsenal meet in huge clash

And finally, Manchester United and Arsenal meet in what is quite clearly the pick of the round. Pressure continues to pile on United boss Jose Mourinho and the Portuguese coach is in desperate need of a win.

United have been in dreadful form this term and have won less than half their league encounters, sitting in seventh place with a negative goal difference. The Red Devils have taken just two points from the last nine available.

Arsenal, by way of comparison, will be flying after a resounding 4-2 win against local rivals Tottenham. The Gunners sit third in the table, just a point behind Chelsea, having now won three in a row across all competitions.

Nevertheless, it is United who come into this one as the favourites to claim bragging rights. You can more than double your money by backing United to win at 2.25, while Arsenal are out at 3.20 to do the same – a draw would appear to be the least likely result and is priced accordingly at 3.40.

And we are expecting the Gunners to continue their recent winning streak. A 2-1 away win comes in at 12.00, while a combo bet of an Arsenal victory and both teams to score is priced at 5.00.

Premier League round 15 fixtures:

Tuesday, 4 December

(1.66) Bournemouth x Huddersfield (5.25); draw (3.60)

(2.80) Brighton x Crystal Palace (2.70); draw (3.00)

(1.66) West Ham United x Cardiff City (5.00); draw (3.80)

(10.00) Watford x Manchester City (1.25); draw (6.00)

Wednesday, 5 December

(12.00) Burnley x Liverpool (1.28); draw (5.25)

(1.57) Everton x Newcastle (6.00); draw (3.75)

(3.20) Fulham x Leicester (2.25); draw (3.25)

(4.50) Wolves x Chelsea (1.75); draw (3.75)

(2.25) Manchester United x Arsenal (3.20); draw (3.40)

(1.40) Tottenham x Southampton (7.50); draw (4.75)

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