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Burnley are sharing the 13th place with Crystal Palace and Brighton. All three teams have 27 points and they are just three points away from the relegation zone. It is clear the situation is very complicated and there is no space for any relaxation. The actual form is very good, Burnley are unbeaten on the last seven matches in the Premier League, their longest run without defeat in the top-flight since February 1975 (also seven games). Their current series of seven matches unbeaten in the Premier League is bettered only by Manchester United. Last weekend the Clarets managed to beat Brighton with 3:1. Just to mention, the victory came away from home. Chris Wood scored the first two goals, while Ashley Barnes converted a penalty. Wood has now scored six league goals, one less than club's leading goalscorer Barnes. Goalkeeper Tom Heaton should also be mentioned as he produced a series of outstanding saves. Heaton is yet to be on the losing side in the league since being re-introduced at the end of December. Manager Sean Dyche is surely satisfied with the performance of his players. For this match he has no new injury or suspension worries, but Aaron Lennon and Jonathan Walters remain sidelined. However, some changes are possible - Matthew Lowton could replace Phil Bardsley at right-back position.
Tottenham sit on the third place with 60 points, five less than joint leaders Manchester City and Liverpool. The atmosphere in the club is positive, while the players confidence is high. The actual form is good, they are in series of four victories in the Premier League. The Spurs beat Fulham and Watford with 2:1, beat Newcastle with 1:0 and Leicester City with 3:1. The victories are even more valuable as they were obtained without key players Harry Kane and Dele Alli. The Spurs also won 3:0 against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League. South Korean striker Son, who has scored four goals in as many games since his return from the Asian Cup, netted the first goal. Jan Vertonghen and substitute Fernando Llorente scored the remaining two goals and enhanced their chance of progressing. Pochettino has some good news ahead of the trip to Turf Moor. Harry Kane has returned to full training this week, boosting his chances of playing in this match. The England captain has recovered from ankle ligament damage and Pochettino recently admitted he could take part in this match. Kane was originally supposed to be out until March after sustaining the injury against Manchester United on January 13, but Pochettino announced Kane had already made "unbelievable" progress. Ben Davies, Dele Alli and Vincent Janssen remain sidelined, while Eric Dier, who missed the game with Borussia, is rated as doubtful.
Burnley vs Tottenham Prediction:
Both Burnley and Tottenham are in excellent form, however, the quality is on the Spurs side. They are in series of four victories in the Premier League. In addition, they won 3:0 against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League. The players confidence is 'High as Everest' and I expect another victory for Pochettino's men.
Burnley vs Tottenham Pick: Away win @ 1.74 with Pinnacle
De Gea, Young, Smalling, Lindelof, Shaw, Ander Herrera, Matic, Pogba, Mata, Lukaku, Rashford
Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson; Wijnaldum, Henderson, Keita; Salah, Firmino, Mane
The rivalry between Manchester United and Liverpool is considered to be one of the biggest in Europe. The clubs are the two most successful teams in England with 62 trophies for Manchester United and 59 trophies for Liverpool. The Marseysiders have dominated English football from 1975 to 1990, winning 11 league titles and four European Cups. Manchester United, meanwhile, have dominated during Ferguson's era, from 1993. In that period the Red Devils won 13 league championships and two European Cups. The rivalry has extended to the players as well. In the season 2011/12, the rivalry was exacerbated by claims that, in the first match at Anfield, Liverpool striker Luis Suarez racially abused Patrice Evra. After considering the evidence, an FA panel found that Suarez had referred to Evra using the term "negro" seven times. Suarez himself admitted to having done so once, but denied racism. He said that his grandmother was black and the word "negro" is normal in his vocabulary, as well as in his country. However, Suarez was banned for eight games. On 11 February 2012, United and Liverpool met again at Old Trafford, and Suarez started a match for the first time since he began his ban. Prior to kick-off, the two teams were expected to shake hands, but Suarez ignored Evra's offered hand. Manchester won 2:1 at the end and Evra celebrated in front of the home supporters, provoking Suarez who was close by. Sir Alex Ferguson declared Suarez to be a "disgrace" and suggested that he should not be allowed to play for Liverpool again. The next day, Suarez, Dalglish and Liverpool all issued statements of apology for the handshake incident, which United accepted. In the next period Suarez and Evra started to behavior as sportsmen.
The overall mutual results are on Manchester side. The two teams have met 201 times with United winning 80 of them, while Liverpool have 66 victories and 55 match finished without winner. Counting only the league games, United have 68 wins, while Liverpool 56 (with 47 draws). Liverpool won 3:1 the reverse fixture at Anfield in December - it was their first win over United from nine attempts in the Premier League, and it also spelled the end for Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford - he was sacked just two days later. Since then, Manchester have been in resurgent form under interim coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - being the only unbeaten Premier League team since his appointment and the top team for points, wins and for the fewest goals conceded. Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford look reborn under Solskjaer - the duo have scored 14 goals in nine Premier League games. In the last round United managed to beat Fulham at Craven Cottage with 3:0. Anthony Martial was the key name in the match, making the first for Paul Pogba and scoring a wonderful second goal. Martial has been directly involved in 50 Premier League goals (scored 33 and assisted 17), more than any other Manchester United player since his debut in September 2015. Pogba, who scored the third goal from the penalty, has reached double figures for goals (11) for the first time ever in a single league campaign. The players confidence is very high at the moment. But Solskjaer also has some issues ahead of this match as Anthony Martial (groin), Jesse Lingard (thigh), Marcos Rojo (match fitness), Antonio Valencia (knock) and Matteo Darmian (muscular) are all struggling with injuries.
Liverpool are showing some weaknesses in the crucial part of the season. The Reds have just three victories on the last eight matches across all competitions. The away form is a big problem at the moment, Klopp's men have just one victory on the last four matches on road, losing two of them. The players look tired, while the attacking trio of Salah, Firmino and Mane have lost their sharpness. The injuries are another problem for Klopp, particularly in the defense. Trent Alexander-Arnold, Dejan Lovren and Joe Gomez were suffering in the previous period, meaning midfielder Fabinho had to fill in at centre-back, while another midfielder, James Milner, deputized at right-back. Even the captain Jordan Henderson was an option at right-back position in one match. Many experts questioned Klopp's decision to sent Nathaniel Clyne on loan to Bournemouth until the end of the season. However, the German coach has lot of problems at the moment. Dejan Lovren is still out with a hamstring injury, while Joe Gomez remains sidelined with a broken leg. This match comes too soon for Alex Oxlade Chamberlain.
Manchester United vs Liverpool Preview:
Liverpool are still to find their top form in 2019. The Merseysiders have just three victories on the last eight matches across all competitions. Manchester United, meanwhile, have won eight of the last nine league games and they are the best in-form side in the Premier League. I am positive they won't lose at Old Trafford.
Manchester United vs Liverpool Pick: Manchester United +0.5 AH @ 1.67 with Pinnacle
More effective than ever seen in the season is Tottenham, who is still a key title contender. He is currently playing at Burnley's headquarters and if he succeeds in winning, he will temporarily reduce his distance from the top to the two. He may not let this opportunity go to waste BURNLEY FC vs TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR @@ TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR, odds 1.70