THERE'S a busy card in England on Sunday but the main focus will be on Man City v Man United.
It's a massive game between the two sides Sir Alex Ferguson is certain will finish first and second in the Premier League.
Champions City trail their rivals by three points so perhaps a win is more important to them but I can see it being a draw at 5-2 with BetVictor.
There was little between the sides when City won 1-0 back in April and with neither yet to hit top form this season it promises to be tight again.
West Ham take on Liverpool at Anfield and could win if they reproduce the form they show against Chelsea last weekend. The Hammers came from behind to beat the Blues with a strong second-half show and are 21-10 at Betfred to follow up with victory over the Reds.
Crucially, Luis Suarez – who has scored so many goals for the Reds – is suspended and the visitors will be concerned about where there goals will come from with John-Jo Shelvey being moved up front.
However, Liverpool have been tougher to beat recently and are unbeaten in 10 league games so the way to go could be West Ham draw no bet at 11-10 with Ladbrokes.
Liverpool are BetVictor’s 6-4 favourites while a stalemate is 23-10 at Stan James. Hammers are minus Andy Carroll and although they could edge backing them draw no bet or plus one is safer.
The final game sees on-form Spurs travel to Everton and it could be a cracker. Spurs are on fire just now, thanks in the main to Jermain Defoe, and have won four in a row.
Everton are stuttering a bit with three successive 1-1 draws and no wins in four. However, they possess a much winner in Marouane Fellaini and were back to somewhere near their best as they held Man City last weekend.
The Toffees are 11-10 at William Hill and it looks too short. I think Spurs will avoid defeat and because they are as big as 3-1 at BetVictor you can have them at 4-5 with Coral and boylesports on the double chance market.
Defoe is 2-1 at Ladbrokes to score at any time with Fellaini a biggest 21-10 with the same firm.
Man City v Man Utd draw
Defoe to score
Spurs double chance
West Ham draw no bet