The weekend kicks off with what promises to be an enthralling clash between Liverpool and Arsenal at Anfield. For goal betting, there is a very good chance of over 2.5 goals with 67% of the respective games between these teams producing this result. Arsenal have been booked first in 67% of their away games while the Reds have only been booked first in 8% of their home games. Arsenal can also be expected to receive the most booking points. Daniel Sturridge is best bet for anytime goal scorer at 6/4 with Bet365. The clash between Chelsea and Newcastle also has a good chance of over 2.5 goals with a 67% occurrence for both teams, although the Geordies will be without the suspended Loic Remy. Newcastle do not win many corners away from and this game should have under 10.5 corners as a result. Crystal Palace take on West Brom in this relegation clash at Selhurst Park. The stats show that 14 out of the last 16 games for the Eagles have finished with under 2.5 goals and this bet can be found for 4/6. This game also has a good chance of under 35.5 booking points. Norwich welcome Man City to Carrow Road and this should be another game with low booking points but there is not much value elsewhere. A Man City win will not offer much value but this can be improved by backing them to win both halves. The Blues can also be expected to be booked first in this game. Based on recent games, the under 2.5 goals option is the best bet in the match between Sunderland and Hull. It is also a good time to back Adam Johnson as anytime goal scorer with a price of 13/5 widely available. This match is also a strong contender for over 10.5 corners with both teams averaging above that in their respective games. On Sunday, Manchester United welcome Fulham to Old Trafford and with all the focus still on new signing Juan Mata, it makes sense to back him for the man of the match award at 7/1.
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