Premier League Sunday Preview

Manchester United and Liverpool are both in action on Sunday.

United are looking to try and close the gap on runaway leaders Manchester City, and to do so they will need victory at The Hawthorns as they face West Bromwich Albion – who have won just two games all season.

Liverpool are looking to make sure they can keep pace with the top-four as they are on the South Coast taking on Bournemouth – who are just a couple of points above the drop-zone.

See below for a preview on each game, including predictions from former England, Crystal Palace and Tottenham midfielder Andy Gray, super agent and former Manchester City ace Barry Silkman, our own Football Insider Graeme Bailey and bet365’s Steve Freeth.

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West Bromwich Albion 14:15 Man Utd
The Hawthorns
Live On Sky Sports

TEAM NEWS: Gareth Barry could be fit enough to return for West Brom but Matt Phillips, Craig Dawson and Nacer Chadli may have to wait until next week. Eric Bailly is sidelined for United and Paul Pogba serves the final game of his suspension.
KEY FACT: No manager has beaten Jose Mourinho more times in the Premier League than Alan Pardew
MATCH ODDS: West Brom 11/2 Draw 3/1 Man Utd 3/5
bet365 Pick: Both Teams To Score @21/20
ANDY SAYS: Close game but I think United might just be able to claim the win
GRAEME SAYS: Won’t be easy for United and I think that they might get held here…1-1
SILKY SAYS: I don’t think West Brom have enough to trouble United…0-3
FOOTBALLIndex – One to follow: At just under £4 – Marcus Rashford looks an excellent buy

Bournemouth 16:30 Liverpool
Vitality Stadium
Live On Sky Sports

TEAM NEWS: Bournemouth only injury concern is Tyrone Mings, who has a back problem. Adam Lallana could feature for Liverpool, but Daniel Sturridge is a doubt. Joel Matip, Alberto Moreno and Nathaniel Clyne are sidelined.
KEY FACT: Jermain Defoe has scored three goals in his last three PL matches against Liverpool
MATCH ODDS: Bournemouth 5/1 Draw 15/4 Liverpool 8/15
bet365 Pick: Liverpool win & Both Teams To Score @15/8
ANDY SAYS: Close game but Liverpool should just have the edge…1-3
GRAEME SAYS: Bournemouth caused a shock in this one last year, could it happen again? Yep…2-1
SILKY SAYS: Liverpool should have the edge and enough to take the win…1-2
FOOTBALLIndex – One to follow: Sadio Mane still at £3 looks a good buy

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