5th July 2022



29th March 2019

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been given a three year deal at Old Trafford and he can start life as the permenant boss with a win over Watford.

United are backable at 4/9 - Watford are no easy ride but with one eye on next week's FA Cup semi-final, United can take advantage.

Burnley have hit a bad patch after looking pretty safe a month ago. they face a Wolves side also with an eye on Wembley and that might be enough for them to get something from the game. Burnely lost the away fixture 1-0 in what was a lose game and this looks a draw.

Brighton and Southampton have drawn two of their last three meetings and at the odds that looks a definate bet.

Fulham and Huddersfield can't buy a win and both look vulnerbale. Fulham face rampant Manchester city at The Cottage and The Terriers have to overcome Crystal Palace - and this seems a tall ordeer for both.

Everton are in decent nick whereas West Ham are in and out. Any side that can concede three goals to Huddersfield is vulnerable. Everton came back in grand style to beat Chelsea last time and a repeat of that will be good emough.