The eyes of the world will be on Anfield on Sunday as Liverpool go head-to-head with Manchester City in the Premier League’s biggest game of the season so far.
The two sides are locked together on 19 points at the top of the table after seven games and both will be eager to prove their title credentials this weekend.
City are currently ahead in the standings on goal difference following last Saturday’s 2-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion.
Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero were on target against the Seagulls as City made it six wins and a draw in the top flight this term.
Liverpool needed a late Daniel Sturridge goal to snatch a point at Chelsea and they will be eager to return to winning ways at Anfield.
However, the latest betting odds have City priced at odds of 33/20 to end a three-game losing streak against the Reds in all competitions and that looks a value wager. OLBG.com have put together this list of the best betting sites for UK customers, you should check it out before placing any bets on this weekend’s games.
Elsewhere on Sunday, Arsenal visit Fulham aiming to make it six wins on the bounce in the Premier League.
The Gunners defeated Watford 2-0 last weekend and they should follow up with another victory at Craven Cottage.
Chelsea head to Southampton hoping to continue their unbeaten start to the season. Maurizio Sarri’s side should have too much class for the home team and are expected to claim their seventh victory of the campaign.
Saturday’s highlight is the teatime clash between Manchester United and Newcastle United at Old Trafford.
Jose Mourinho’s side desperately need a victory after an indifferent start to the season and the Magpies could be the ideal opposition to face.
The Red Devils have lost just three of their last 31 meetings with Newcastle in all competitions and they can record a much-needed victory this weekend.
Tottenham Hotspur should extend their winning run to three games as they host Cardiff City at Wembley, while West Ham United can continue their recent upsurge with three points at Brighton.
Leicester City look a good bet at 5/4 to beat an Everton side who have underperformed for much of the season.
The Foxes ran out 2-0 winners in the corresponding fixture last season and a repeat of that scoreline can be backed at 10/1.
Burnley versus Huddersfield Town, Crystal Palace versus Wolverhampton Wanderers and Watford versus Bournemouth completes Saturday’s line-up and all three fixtures look solid draw wagers.