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Manchester United and Liverpool face off at Old Trafford this Saturday in one of the Premier League's most anticipated clashes. Mourinho and Klopp are set to renew this historic rivalry and battle it out for second spot in the table. United will not be afraid to park the bus and play for a draw; a tactic that could stop the likes of Salah and their top creative man, Firmino. The two teams drew 0-0 when they met at Anfield last October, but a feistier duel is expected this time around.


Fourth place Sevilla play fifth place Valencia this weekend. Sevilla have enjoyed a solid La Liga campaign and Valencia have also been in fine form throughout the season, currently standing just one point behind the 3rd-placed Real Madrid. Sevilla are a strong side at home but their weaknesses in defence should provide Valencia with opportunities to showcase how ruthless their attack can be with strong transitional players and playmakers. The two are most likely contenders for the final La Liga Champions League place.


Chelsea take on Crystal Palace at home in the Premier League this weekend after two consecutive trips to Manchester. The Blues suffered a 2-1 loss against Manchester United and then a 1-0 defeat to Manchester City. Crystal Palace themselves have slipped back into the bottom three and were beaten by the Red Devils in a thrilling 3-2 game. The previous clash between Palace and Chelsea at Selhurst Park witnessed a 2-1 home win. Can Crystal Palace climb out of their rut and level with Chelsea? We'll have to find out.


Arsenal are hoping to bounce back from their recent patch of poor form as they host Watford on Sunday. Having suffered a defeat away to the Hornets earlier this season, the Gunners will be seeking redemption. After losing their last four away fixtures consequtively, they have little chance of a top-four finish. Watford's away form has been lacking, having yet to win an away game in 2018. Their last beat Newcastle 3-0 in November.


All focus is on the Premier League for Tottenham after their Champions League heartbreak against Juventus. Spurs will take on Bournemouth at the Dean Court as they look to tighten their grip on the top 4 spot. Bournemouth have lost four of their five Premier League meetings with Tottenham, with the exception being a 0-0 draw in this exact fixture last season. Spurs have scored 13 goals in five Premier League games with the Cherries, winning all but one, but will be wary of playing after their top-four rivals this weekend.


Napoli will look to get back to winning ways this Sunday against Inter Milan as Juventus challenges for the title. The Serie A leader’s 10-match winning streak came to an end on Sunday as they fell 2 - 4 at home to AS Roma. Napoli currently sits one point above title holders Juventus who have one game in hand. Can they hold on to their lead?

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