- Manchester United face Liverpool in a make or break encounter for second place.
- Sevilla test Valencia before Man united while struggling Real are away to Eibar as leaders, Barca host bottom side, Malaga.
- RB Leipzig and Dortmund denied Monday Night Football, Koln benefit.
- The Milan derby to be decided another day, as Napoli face further drop away at Internazionale
- Monaco test Strasbourg
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Manchester United v Liverpool – Preview
As City take more strides away with this season’s Championship with a visit to Stoke City on Monday, the Premier league is poised to have more drama before the rest of the games happen.
We have four teams competing for the remaining three Champions League spots in England, with Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham, Chelsea and if the future impossible happens, Arsenal.
There’s still a lot of time left to hold the fight, but United and Liverpool won’t wait any longer before they take it upon each other for second place.
Manchester United host Liverpool at Old Trafford in a battle for second place, where the battle line between pride and submission has been drawn with either side looking to finish in front of the other.
It’s a great moment for Jose Mourinho, who confirmed the return of Maroune Fellaini after more than a month out with a knee injury, as Romelu Lukaku reaffirms commitment to a ‘sergeant’s role’ in the Portuguese Coach’s team with “phenomenal attitude”.
However, Ander Herrera, Marcos Rojo, Daley Blind and Phil Jones remain out ruled out while Martial could also be sidelined after missing Monday’s 3-2 win away to Crystal Palace.
Eric Bailly may start ahead of Lindelof while Luke Shaw may have more time on the bench as Ashley Young is expected to retain his spot at left-back.
Meanwhile, Andrew Robertson remains a doubt after missing the 0-0 draw at home with Porto. Jordan Henderson suffered a dead leg in midweek but may be available while Virgil van Dijk, Alexander-Arnold, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Mohamed Salah will return to the starting XI at Old Trafford after starting the midweek Champions League game on the bench.
The Kops are yet to lose in seven matches of their last matches in all competitions and have not conceded in five of them as United have struggled in most of their previous games.
Manchester united and not Mourinho stand in Jurgen Klopp’s way for all three tomorrow.
If Klopp can have his side playing their A game to press high and attack with full throttle, Mourinho will only look to his reserved defending for a 1-1.
Go for both teams to score. Expect a send-off (Red Card) and for the brave hearted, go for Liverpool to score the first goal.
Follow the guide and Summarized tips for the Top five leagues
Huddersfield Town v Swansea City – GG, Over 2.5,
West Bromwich Albion v Leicester City – X
Everton v Brighton and Hove Albion – 1, GG
West Ham United v Burnley -1X,
Newcastle United v Southampton – 1
Chelsea v Crystal Palace – 1
Arsenal v Watford – 1, Over 2.5
Bournemouth v Tottenham Hotspurs – 1, GG
SPANISH PRIMERA LIGA
Eibar v Real Madrid – 2, Over 2.5
Sevilla v Valencia CF – X
Getafe v Levante – 1
Málaga v Barcelona – 2, Over 2.5
Espanyol v Real Sociedad – X
Atlético de Madrid v Celta de Vigo – 1
Las Palmas v Villarreal – 1
Athletic Club v Leganés – 1
Alavés v Real Betis – X, GG
Bayern Munich v Hamburger SV – 1
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim v VfL Wolfsburg – 1
Hannover 96 v FC Augsburg – X
Hertha BSC v Sport-Club Freiburg – X
Bayer 04 Leverkusen v Borussia M’gladbach – X
VfB Stuttgart v RB Leipzig – 1
Borussia Dortmund v Eintracht Frankfurt – 1
SV Werder Bremen v 1. FC Köln – 2
ITALIAN SERIE A
Hellas Verona v Chievo – X
Fiorentina v Benevento – 1
Sassuolo v S.P.A.L. 2013 – 2
Bologna v Atalanta – 2
Cagliari v Lazio – X
Crotone v Sampdoria – 2
Juventus v Udinese – 1
Genoa v AC Milan – 2
Inter Milan v Napoli – X
FRENCH LIGUE 1
Paris Saint-Germain v Metz – 1, over 2.5
Nantes v Troyes – X
Rennes v St Etienne – 2
Lille v Montpellier – 2
Bordeaux v Angers – X
Dijon v Amiens – X
Guingamp v Nice – 2
Lyon v Caen – X2
Toulouse v Marseille – 2