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Here are three Bet Builders we picked out to get you thinking about how to use your completey free £2 Bet Builder this weekend.
Three options from around 2/1 to 21/1
Manchester City put seven past Leipzig in the Champions League in midweek which must have given Burnley plenty to worry about ahead of their trip to the Etihad in the FA Cup. Fortunately, in Vincent Kompany they are managed by a man who knows City inside out and was their captain last time they won the FA Cup.
Burnley have scored an astonishing 71 goals in the Championship this season, while City are the Premier League's top scorers (67), so we are backing goals for both teams and three or more in the match as City overcome the Clarets.
Gunners to march on
On Sunday, Arsenal will have the chance to go eight points clear at the top of the Premier League table when they host Crystal Palace. The Gunners won the corresponding fixture 2-0 and we could see something similar here.
Palace's last five (at the time of writing on Wednesday morning) have gone under 2.5 goals and they are not easy to breakdown. They struggle at the othe end. Arsenal will have played on Thursday evening so may be a little tired and happy to win by one or two.
United to come unstuck against plucky Fulham
When Manchester United and Fulham met at Craven Cottage earlier this season it ended 2-1 to the Red Devils. Six of the last seven between the sides has gone over 2.5 goals and produced goals for both teams.
Fulham got a draw 1-1 here last season and, with United missing the suspended Casemiro, we're going to back the Cottagers to go one better and pull off the upset.