Three more Premier League games overnight, including Chelsea v Manchester City, a game sure to be closely watched by Liverpool fans around the world.
Unless City win, the Reds will clinch the Premier League title. The Sky Blues will be without the services of the injured Sergio Aguero, but with such a deep squad, Pep Guardiola can slot in Gabriel Jesus, who has 10 league goals this season.
Elsewhere there will be far fewer eyes on Burnley hosting Watford, while Southampton entertains Arsenal following the news that the Gunners have given erratic defender David Luiz a contract extention.
Southampton v Arsenal
Friday, 3am AEST
*Southampton are 3 points below Arsenal, but have 2 more wins.
*Southampton’s leading goalscorer Danny Ings has scored 3 goals in his last 2 Premier League appearances against Arsenal.
*Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is on 49 Premier League goals for his career.
*Both teams to score ‘Yes’ ($1.53). Surely Arsenal have to score in this one. And surely they concede as well.
Burnley v Watford
Friday, 3am AEST
*Watford have only won 1 of their 20 midweek Premier League games.
*Burnley have lost their last 5 midweek Premier League games.
*After going 19 games without a draw at home, 2 of Burnley’s last 3 games at Turf Moor have been draws.
*3 out of the last 4 meetings have been scoreless at half, so go with Draw 0-0 Half-Time Correct Score ($2.50).
Chelsea v Manchester City
Friday, 5:15am AEST
*Chelsea have kept just one clean sheet in their last 11 Premier League meetings with City, though it was in this exact fixture last season (2-0).
*Manchester City have won 18 of their last 20 midweek Premier League matches.
*Olivier Giroud has scored in his last three Premier League starts against Man City.
*Under 2.5 Goals ($2.14) has hit in City’s last 4 Premier League matches.
$1.80 Manchester City