BIGGEST game in the Premier League is Liverpool v Man United tomorrow but some lesser lights could shine today.

Liverpool dropped their only league points in a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford but should make amends with a victory to stay 14 points clear at the top.

While the title race is over the battle to beat the drop is as hot as ever.

Watford climbed out of the bottom three for the first time last week with a 3-0 win at Bournemouth and should make life difficult for Spurs at lunchtime.

The new-boss bounce at Vicarage Road has been sky high with Nigel Pearson winning four out of five in the league.

Watford face a Spurs side without Harry Kane and with just two Premier League away wins in 17.

The home men look overpriced at 23-10 with Marathonbet and if you want less risk take 7-5 draw no bet.

Norwich look down but just seven points separate 13th-placed Newcastle and second-bottom Bournemouth.

Brighton and Aston Villa are two of the teams in the mix and they meet at the Amex.

Most of Brighton's good work comes at home while Villa have lost eight of 11 on the road. Back the Seagulls at 4-6 with Coral.

Norwich v Bournemouth is another massive game and Teemu Pukki has been passed fit so I'd back the home or draw.
Southampton were down and out after being humbled 9-0 at home to Leicester but they've recovered brilliantly and last week's win at the King Power should give them the confidence to target a top-10 finish.
Saints entertain Wolves having won five out of six and tempt at 7-5 with bet365. Danny Ings has netted 10 in 10 starts and is 5-4 at Marathonbet to score again.
Man City can do nothing but admire Liverpool's record but Pep's men showed they won't give up with a sizzling 6-1 win at Aston Villa.
They welcome Crystal Palace today and stats suggest a goalfest. The last five meetings at the Etihad have totalled 25 goals including a 3-2 Palace win and two 5-0s for City.
A City win and over 4.5 match goals pays 9-5 at Paddy Power. Sergio Aguero hit  a hat-trick to become the Premier League's highest scoring foreigner of all time and the Argentine is 27-10 at Unibet to score first.
As for Liverpool they are just 2-5 to beat United and it's short but not unexpected.
Jurgen Klopp's men will raise their game for this one while United look set to be without top scorer Marcus Rashford who has been in fine form.
Liverpool's last two home wins over United were by two goals and the way Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men lost to Man City in the EFL Cup suggests Liverpool -1 can come up again at 11-10 at betfair.
Leicester should bounce back from their loss to Southampton with victory tomorrow at a Burnley side on a run of four defeats. The Foxes are 9-10 at Marathonbet.
Championship title chasers Leeds have been on a terrible run with one win in seven and face a QPR side capable of beating the best.
Rangers look big at 7-2 with bet365 against a side they've beaten in four out of five at Loftus Road.
In League One I like Ipswich at Tranmere and in League Two best bets could be Northampton at home to Morecambe and Plymouth at home to Mansfield.

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