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Premier League Enhanced Odds Week 22 has been released for you!

What a cracking midweek feast of football!! Loads of goals, plenty of action, and the games come thick and fast with Liverpool v Man United the highlight of the weekend for sure!

Premier League Enhanced Odds Week 22 – What Is Available?

Liverpool v Manchester United


17th January, 2016

Kick-Off: 14:05

In what is undoubtedly the biggest match of the week, Liverpool will be hosting Manchester United at Anfield on Sunday afternoon. Liverpool, under Jurgen Klopp, have been performing just on par so far with only eight points to show for in their last six matches.

Manchester United have still not been able to climb out from their slump and have managed only five points in six matches. United boss Louis Van Gaal is undergoing a rough patch and may be replaced if he is not able to overcome the situation.

Divock Origi, Philippe Coutinho, Dejan Lovren, Martin Skrtel, Jordan Rossiter, Daniel Sturridge, Danny Ings and Joe Gomez are all reported injured for Liverpool. Manchester United may be without Bastian Schweinsteiger, Nick Powell, Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo, Luis Antonio Valencia and Luke Shaw. A thrilling match, which could keep the fans on their toes till the end, may be expected as Jurgen Klopp takes on Louis Van Gaal.


Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland

White Hart Lane

16th January, 2016

Kick-Off: 12:45

Tottenham Hotspur will be facing Sunderland at White Hart Lane on 16th January, 2016. The Spurs are presently ranked fourth on the table while Sunderland are at eighteenth. There is also a big difference in their present forms as Tottenham have secured ten points in their last six matches while Sunderland could only manage six.

Following a loss to Leicester City, Tottenham would be looking to bounce back. Sunderland though have won their last two matches in a row and will be looking forward to continue the same.

Ryan Mason, Moussa Dembele, Alex Pritchard and Clinton N’Jie are all reported to be injured for the home side while Sunderland could be without John O’Shea, Adam Matthews, Sebastian Larsson, Younes Kaboul and Jack Rodwell.


Chelsea v Everton

Stamford Bridge

16th January, 2016

Kick-Off: 15:00

Chelsea are looking far more stable since Gus Hiddink took over than they did in the rest of the season. Their next match, which is against Everton at Stamford Bridge, promises to be a fascinating encounter for both sets of fans.

Chelsea are yet to lose under Gus Hiddink’s managerial term and have secured nine points in five matches. Everton though are undergoing a rough period and have been able to secure only six points in six matches.

Both Eden Hazard and Radamel Falcao are reported injured and won’t be available for Chelsea while Everton may be without the likes of Seamus Coleman, James McCarthy, Tyias Browning and Tony Hibbert. This match could go either way with the side that creates more chances coming out on top.


Manchester City v Crystal Palace

Etihad Stadium

16th January, 2016

Kick-Off: 15:00

Manchester City are all set to host Crystal Palace at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Cityzens are currently ranked at third in the league and are on a good run of form with eleven points to show for in last six matches. Crystal Palace, who are at eighth, have been able to put up average performances in their last few games as they secured eight points in six matches.

Vincent Kompany and Samir Nasri have been ruled out due to injuries while Fernandinho, Eliaqium Mangala and Wilfred Bony are all expected to return for Manchester City. Kwesi Appiah, Dwight Gayle and Yannick Bolasie are reported injured for Crystal Palace.

Manchester City are being expected to do most of the attacking while Crystal Palace soak up the pressure. Being the stronger side on paper and current form, Manchester City are favoured to win this tie which should go down till the last minute.


Stoke City v Arsenal

Britannia Stadium

17th January, 2016

Kick-Off: 16:15

Stoke City are all set to host the league leaders, Arsenal, at the Britannia Stadium on Sunday. The Potters are on a great run of form with ten points in their last six matches. They’ve also been especially formidable at home with twelve points to show from their last six home matches. Arsenal are presently above every team in the league with respect to both points and form. A total of thirteen points in their last six matches shows how good Arsenal are at this moment.

Shay Given is on the injured list for Stoke City while Marc Muniesa is expected to return. Geoff Cameron is serving a one-match ban and would not available for the home side. Arsenal may be without Santiago Carzola, Jack Wilshere, Tomas Rosicky, Danny Welbeck and Francis Coquelin while Alexis Sanchez is expected to return on the day. A high paced and thrilling game may be expected with Arsenal being favoured to win, being the stronger side on paper.


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