Everton v Sunderland (Saturday, 12:45, BT Sport 1)
Roberto Martinez's side have lost only one of their last 14 Premier League games at Goodison Park, winning four in a row
The Toffees are on a six-match home winning streak in all competitions, with Man United the latest victims by a dominant 3-0 margin. Sunderland are winless in eight on their Premier League travels and Goodison Park is one of the least favourite grounds to visit. Six of their past seven top-flight journeys to the bluer part of Merseyside proved fruitless, with the aggregate scoreline a brutal 20-3.
Recommended Bet: Back Everton to win @ 1.834/5
Hull v Burnley (Saturday, 15:00)
Five of the last six league meetings between Hull and Burnley have ended with a 1-0 scoreline
Just when you thought there couldn't be any further incentive to back under 2.5 goals in a Burnley game, along comes this statistic to offer even more encouragement. The Clarets have participated in ten consecutive Premier League encounters with two goals or fewer and haven't scored in six, with the most recent five all going under 1.5 goals too. Nine of Hull's 12 home clashes with non-top-six sides settled on two strikes or less.
Recommended Bet: Back under 2.5 goals @ 1.738/11
Crystal Palace v Man United (Saturday, 17:30, Sky Sports 1)
Palace have failed to score in eight of the last ten meetings with Man United
Man United's away record is back in the spotlight following successive defeats to Chelsea and Everton, but they won three in four prior to that and now face the most beaten hosts in the Premier League this season. Crystal Palace have suffered nine losses in 17 at Selhurst Park. Louis van Gaal's men have kept four straight clean sheets there, and five in eight on league trips to all capital clubs.
Recommended Bet: Back Man United to win to nil @ 3.185/40
Chelsea v Liverpool (Sunday, 16:00, Sky Sports 1)
Jose Mourinho has won eight and lost just one of ten Premier League matches as a coach against Liverpool
To put the splendour of this record into context, Chelsea's results against the Reds in between Mourinho's two stints were P11 W2 D3 L6, even though that period included a four-year stretch in which Liverpool consistently finished outside the top five. Brendan Rodgers' men haven't collected a point away to a top-four team yet this term, with the aggregate score in those fixtures being 10-2 to their opponents.
Recommended Bet: Back Chelsea to win @ 2.166/5