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Liverpool to beat struggling Man United? Juventus to overcome Torino?

The FC guys answer your tweets on what it will take for Man United to sack Jose Mourinho, how Liverpool will make do with their injuries and more.

The column was on fire in midweek with 15/2, 9/2 and 14/5 winners to take us roaring back into profit for the season. And we've got all the best betting angles covered on another busy weekend which sees Manchester United travel to Anfield to face in-form Liverpool.

Running total: +£20.79

The Banker

Strange but true: Liverpool have not beaten Manchester United in the Premier League since 2014. However it would take a brave punter to back against them this weekend. Jurgen Klopp's side are top...

Can Tottenham pull off a win at Barcelona? Will Liverpool beat Napoli?

With Barcelona already qualified for the UCL round of 16, the FC guys question if Ernesto Valverde will field his star forward at the Camp Nou.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes if Napoli try to take the game to Liverpool, they could be in for a painful night at Anfield.

Arsenal's failure to beat Huddersfield Town by more than a single goal denied the column an 8/1 treble winner at the weekend. Attention now turns back to the Champions League with the final round of matches from the group phase, including Tottenham's make or break trip to face Barcelona.

Running total: -£10.43

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The scenario for Tottenham is pretty simple: If they beat Barcelona they will progress along with the Catalan giants from Group B. However Spurs should not be expecting...

Will Manchester City continue their winning ways at Chelsea?

The column landed a 2/1 winner last time out in the shape of Tottenham to beat Southampton and both teams to score, but failed to turn a profit overall as Arsenal were held at Old Trafford. The Premier League action continues this weekend and there's another huge game as Manchester City travel to Chelsea.

Running total: -£3.93

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Manchester City are red-hot favourites with the bookies to defend their Premier League title but face another huge test of their credentials when they head...

Arsenal to beat Manchester United? Liverpool to overcome Burnley?

The guys respond to your tweets about Sebastian Salazar's notepads, Jose Mourinho's future at Man United and who replaces him if he leaves.

Manchester United's failure to beat Southampton at the weekend cost us and we feel the Red Devils could be worth betting against when Arsenal head to Old Trafford as the Premier League action continues this week.

Running total: +£1.07

The Banker

Jose Mourinho bemoaned the fact Manchester United don't have enough "mad dogs" in their team in the wake of the 2-2 draw with Southampton and, after a poor showing against the Saints, it's rather surprising to see them chalked up as 7/5 favourites...

Liverpool, Arsenal to claim Premier League victories on double derby Sunday?

FC's Stevie Nicol says the Man United board cannot keep allowing Jose Mourinho's excuses, with his latest being the players aren't listening to him.

Another profitable midweek for the column with our treble and banker bets obliging to take us back into the green for the season. There's a huge weekend of action in the Premier League coming up with the Merseyside and north London derbies and Manchester United's trip to Southampton.

Running total: +£9.74

The Banker

Predicting the outcome of a Manchester United game this season has been a tough gig for punters. They've beaten teams they were expected to lose handily to (see Juventus in Turin)...

Liverpool to lose to PSG? Real Madrid to stutter again vs. Roma?

The FC crew answer your tweets on Gareth Bale's inability to lead Real Madrid this season, David Luiz's performance in Chelsea's loss and more.

The column enjoyed a fantastic weekend courtesy of Dele Alli obliging at 10/1 as he scored first for Tottenham against Chelsea. All eyes are on the Champions League again this week with some huge games, including Liverpool's crunch trip to face Paris Saint-Germain.

Running total: -£0.41

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Liverpool know a victory against PSG on Wednesday would see them qualify for the knockout stages, while a defeat means they would need to beat Napoli by two goals at Anfield on the final matchday....