Jurgen Klopp looked a broken man as he admitted that Liverpool’s title chances are gone for this season.
It’s been a tough week for the German, both personally and professionally, and Saturday’s 3-1 defeat at Leicester was symptomatic of a season that’s fallen apart at the seams.
The Foxes’ win took them in to second, but Manchester City capitalised on the Reds’ slip up to move 10 points clear of the defending champions with a 3-0 win over Spurs. It’s over to Man Utd on Sunday to maintain some semblence of a title race as they visit Sam Allardyce’s West Brom.
Sunday’s Football Tips
Big Sam’s Houdini act hasn’t materialised for the Baggies yet who’ve managed just one win since his appointment. They’re 9/1 to get a the second victory of his tenure on Sunday but United’s away record has been excellent; unbeaten in 11 on the road with eight wins so it looks a big ask for West Brom.
Your interpretation of Fulham’s form might depend on whether you’re a glass half-full kinda guy or a glass half-empty. They’ve only lost four of their last 12 in the Premier League – to Chelsea, Man Utd, Leicester and Man City no less – but they’ve also not won any of those 12, with eight draws.
They travel to Goodison Park in search of just their third win of the season but it’s the Toffees that look the value bet at 19/20. Carlo Ancelotti’s men have had a good couple of weeks with an impressive away win at Leeds, an exciting last-minute 3-3 draw at Old Trafford and a thrilling 5-4 extra-time win over Spurs in the FA Cup. They can carry that form in to the Sunday’s match and look too big to pass up at that price at home.
Check out our tips for the other two Premier League matches at Southampton v Wolves and Arsenal v Leeds as well as Celtic’s lunchtime visit to St Johnstone, below;
- Everton 19/20
Sunday’s Racing Tips
For all the racing punters Alan Thomson has a brace of Sunday bets at Southwell.
Best of luck with your bets on Sunday.
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