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The big game of the weekend sees title chasing Tottenham Hotspur host a much-improved Manchester United on Sunday at 5.30 p.m. Before that, on Saturday at 1.30 p.m., London rivals West Ham and Arsenal duke it out, while leaders Liverpool face a tricky trip to Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday at 4 p.m.!

Tottenham Hotspur (@2.10) versus Manchester United (@3.55)

Manchester United face third-placed Spurs at Wembley with the Red Devils hoping to cut a 10-point gap between the two clubs. Tottenham has only lost once in their last ten games (a 3-1 home defeat against Wolves). One big advantage for Spurs heading into the fixture is a fully fit squad, while the Red Devils sweat over the fitness of rejuvenated midfielder Paul Pogba. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has had a dream start to his reign as Manchester United manager, having won all four Premier League matches, chalking up fourteen goals in the process. He has overseen wins over Cardiff, Huddersfield, Bournemouth, Newcastle and Reading. This weekend will give a good insight into how far the team has progressed.

West Ham (@3.50) versus Arsenal (@2.05)

The Hammers welcome the Gunners to the London Stadium this weekend in a game that usually provides plenty of drama. Arsenal responded to their thrashing by Liverpool in the best possible way by reeling off a routine 4-1 humbling of struggling Fulham last time out. That result saw Unai Emery’s men consolidate fifth position as they look to close the 3-point gap to Champions League qualification. West Ham, meanwhile, rescued a point against Brighton thanks to a Marko Arnautovic double with the result moving Manuel Pellegrini’s men into tenth position. Arsenal has had an excellent recent record against their London rivals, with four wins from the last five meetings.

Brighton & Hove Albion (@9.75) versus Liverpool (@1.35)

Brighton will hope to extend its four match unbeaten run when it hostsPremier League leader Liverpool on Saturday. Albion sits 13th in the table on 26 points and entertains a Liverpool side who lost for the first time in the Premier League this season in their last league match, 1-2 at Manchester City. The Reds were also recently dumped out of the FA Cup at the hands of Wolverhampton. They are still four points clear at the top, with 17 games to go. Could we see another twist in the race for the title here?

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