Friday March 20th, 2015

Liverpool is unbeaten in its last 13 Premier League games, putting together a sensational 10-0-3 record since December 21. The club will get a big test this Sunday going up against Manchester United at home in a match with huge Champions League berth implications.

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Playing host to Manchester United, Liverpool is a +110 favorite to win the game at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. Liverpool has won each of its last five league games and is 6-0-3 in its last nine league matches at home.

Sporting a 12-1-4 record over its last 17 EPL games, the only loss that Liverpool has suffered over that stretch came on the road against Manchester United.

The Red Devils topped Liverpool 3-0 at Old Trafford, but is now a +240 underdog to win and +250 to play to a draw on the road this Sunday. While the club has been exceptional at home with a 12-2-1 record, it has been much more pedestrian on the road with a mark of 4-3-7.

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Manchester United is 13-4-2 over its last 19 games overall and 5-2-0 in its last seven games against Liverpool.

Arsenal is on the road this Saturday to take on Newcastle United. With a 13-3-1 record over its last 17 games, Arsenal is one of the hottest teams in the Premier League and enters this game as a road favorite at -165.  Arsenal is 3-1-0 over its last four road games including a 2-0 upset win over Manchester City.

Newcastle is just 1-11-2 in its last 14 games against Arsenal with six straight losses since 2012. The home club is a +475 underdog to win while a draw would pay +290.

Chelsea looks comfortably ahead of the pack on the English Premier League table with a six-point lead over second place Manchester City and a postponed game in hand against last place Leicester City. The first place squad will look to avoid a road upset this Sunday at Hull City as a -220 road favorite on the EPL betting lines.

Hull City is a +650 home underdog to win and +325 to force a draw. Chelsea is 9-0-2 in 11 meetings with Hull City since 1989.

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