Premier League Predictor: All top-flight correct scores covered

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Manchester United could dent Liverpool's title challenge at Old Trafford this Sunday
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The Premier League returns after the FA Cup set of matches. Are you struggling to predict scorelines? Don't worry, we have every score covered by our football writers...

"Liverpool may have wobbled of late, but the Reds are still well capable of picking up a positive result against arch-rivals Manchester United on Sunday. Back the Merseysiders to seal a vital victory at Old Trafford. Manchester United 1-2 Liverpool."

Back the 1-2 at [10.5]

Visitors stingy defence will pinch them the points

Steve Rawlings says: "Well-organised Watford have kept a clean sheet in six of their last eight in all competitions so relegation-threatened Cardiff may struggle to breach the Hornets defence. In-form Watford are on a roll and they're a fair price to pinch the points. Cardiff 0-1 Watford."

Back the 0-1 at [9.0]

Defensive frailties for Fulham

Dan Fitch says: "Fulham just can't stop conceding and that bad habit should see West Ham return to winning ways when the teams meet on Friday night. West Ham 3-1 Fulham."

Back the 3-1 at [16.0]

Pushing Tottenham's title target

Kevin Hatchard says: "Despite Burnley's recent revival, they have struggled against quality sides this season, and Tottenham are currently showing admirable consistency. Spurs can maintain their title push. Burnley 0-2 Tottenham."

Back the 0-2 at [9.6]

Goals at Vitality Stadium

Paul Robinson says: "This game has goals written all over it which means that the chances of there being a winner is more likely. Wolves have a great record away from Molineux this season, but the Cherries have won their last two at home, in quite convincing fashion. Bournemouth 3-2 Wolves."

Back the 3-2 at [32.0]

Magies to fly high against rock bottom

Simon Mail says: "Newcastle have beaten Huddersfield 1-0 in their last two meetings and it would be no surprise if the Magpies repeated this scoreline again. The visitors have only scored once in their last six games and are marooned at the bottom of the Premier League. Newcastle 1-0 Huddersfield."

Back the 1-0 at [6.2]

Back the Eagles

Andy Schooler says: "Having won seven of their last 13 in all competitions, Palace are in their best form of the season and have performed particularly well on the road. Leicester, on the other hand, are on their worst run of the campaign - five defeats and a draw in their last six. With Wilfried Zaha back from suspension, Palace have what it takes to win this one at a decent price. Leicester 1-2 Crystal Palace."

Back the 1-2 at [12.5]

Groundhog Day at the Emirates

Jamie Pacheco says says: "One of these days Arsenal will win an easy-looking game at home without conceding. But with the Saints scoring in 11 of their last 12 games in all competitions, we may have to wait till next time to get that. Arsenal 3-1 Southampton."

Back the 3-1 at [10.5]

Liverpool to keep the heat on title challenge

Mark O'Haire says: "Liverpool may have wobbled of late, but the Reds are still well capable of picking up a positive result against arch-rivals Manchester United on Sunday. Back the Merseysiders to seal a vital victory at Old Trafford. Manchester United 1-2 Liverpool."

Back the 1-2 at [10.5]

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