IF you fancy a flutter on televised Premier League games this weekend, this is the place to be.
With the transfer window out of the way, it really is getting to the business end of the season and we've got betting tips for you from four top-flight matches.
Starting on Saturday lunchtime at the King Power and going through to Tottenham's Sunday clash with Man City, we've got you covered…
Man Utd vs Wolves, Saturday 5.30pm
THE PORTUGUESE saviour is finally here.
Bruno Fernandes has arrived in Manchester after a month-long saga.
And how fitting that his potential first game is up against a Wolves side led by a Portuguese manager and sculpted by the influence of super-agent Jorge Mendes.
Nuno Santo's side love playing against the Big Six and are once again enjoying a terrific season.
They were hugely unfortunate not to deny Liverpool at Molineux the other week – but it's at their home fortress where they usually rattle the big boys.
Without the South Bank behind their backs, the Wolves are still a force but one without quite so much bite.
Then again, you only need to growl at this United side and they fold like a deck of cards.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was pleased that his team bounced back from the horrible defeat to Burnley by smashing League One Tranmere 6-0 in the FA Cup.
But even with Fernandes joining, this is a horribly disjointed side and one ravaged by injury.
The aura has long since gone around Old Trafford and United, with Wolves likely to turn up without any fear.
History isn't on the visitors side though, as they've lost seven of their last eight visits to the Theatre of Dreams.
We've absolutely no problem with any of you backing the 5/2 available on Wolves to win this. It's a decent offer.
But despite their many issues, United are a tough nut to crack on home soil.
They've lost just two of 12 games here this term – to Palace and Burnley – whilst also beating Wolves in an FA Cup replay.
We much prefer the 20/23 on both teams to score.
That's too big, while Wolves to win either half is a whopping 5/4.
With them just 5/2 to win the game, that really should be an odds on chance and is the safest play.
Raul Jimenez has three in his last two games and is exactly the sort of striker United struggle to defend against – 2/1 on him to net anytime is huge.
For the football romantics amongst you, Fernandes is 23/10 to net at any time on his debut.
The new man has 14 goals already this season – don't miss out if he starts.
SunSport's best bets
Both teams to score at Old Trafford: 20/23
Wolves to win either half: 5/4
Raul Jimenez to score 12th of the season: 2/1
Bruno Fernandes to score on his debut: 23/10
Burnley vs Arsenal, Sunday 2pm
THINGS are finally clicking into place for Mikel Arteta.
Even more of a shock – we recommended you backed Arsenal to win at Bournemouth earlier in the week, and they actually obliged.
After a battling performance at Chelsea with ten men, you get the sense that things are really moving in the right direction.
Until a fortnight ago, the same couldn't be said for Burnley.
Sean Dyche's side were very much on the slide – but they whipped out a superb comeback win against Leicester before going to Old Trafford and stunning Utd 2-0.
That's eased any relegation fears and sees the Clarets kick-off this game level on points with the Gunners.
Arsenal are now unbeaten on the road since an early November defeat to Leicester.
Of those eight matches though, they've drawn SIX of them.
The Gunners have the most stalemates of anyone in the division – 12 from their 24 matches.
Contrast that to Burnley though, who have just three draws from the same amount of games.
We're happy enough to chase the money again here though and reckon the Clarets could really dig their heels in – even if their last draw at home was way back in February 2019.
Every point is precious and both teams might have to settle for just the one this Sunday – that's a very tempting 12/5.
Arsenal have won on their last four visits to Turf Moor, with Burnley netting in just one of those matches.
Over 2.5 goals doesn't look to be a sensible bet here with just one of the last seven H2H's in Lancashire featuring three goals or more.
Instead play it safe and back under 2.5 goals, with a flutter on 1-1 at 5/1 well worth a go.
SunSport's best bets
Under 2.5 goals at Turf Moor: 17/20
Game to finish a draw: 12/5
Match to end 1-1: 5/1
Spurs vs Man City, Sunday 4.30pm
JOSE vs Pep on a Sunday afternoon.
Seriously, what more do you want?
There hasn't really been a honeymoon period for Mourinho at Spurs, who ended a run of four Premier League games without a win by beating Norwich 2-1 here last week.
City arrive without a league defeat in 2020 and have teed off in the New Year, crashing 23 goals in just eight games.
Tottenham are yet to make their new home a fortress and it says a lot that they've lost to Bayern, Liverpool and Chelsea here this term.
It's doubtful this stadium will hold any fear for the current champions, despite painful memories of a 1-0 loss in last year's Champions League.
One thing that immediately stands out when looking at the recent history of this fixture in London is goals.
Well, the lack of them anyway.
In the past few years when these sides meet in North London, it's rarely one for the neutrals to get excited about.
Four of the last six games in the capital have featured three goals or less, including both of the last two which have seen just one each.
But the teams played out an entertaining 2-2 draw earlier in the campaign, making the tempting but risky 6/4 on under 2.5 goals a dangerous play. Stay clear.
Despite the continued absence of Harry Kane, we can see plenty of goals in this one.
Spurs have kept just ONE clean-sheet in their last 12 matches – and that was against struggling Watford.
Both teams to score is a measly 4/7, but we much prefer both teams to net in both halves.
That's a massive price at 17/2 and well worth a quid.
If you want further prodding in that direction, City have conceded in nine of their last 11 away games in all competitions.
Everything points to goals, while Spurs to win EITHER half is a massive 15/8.
When it comes to a goalscorer pick, all the value is with Son Heung-min.
Both Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus are odds-on to net at anytime, while you can get a hefty 9/4 on the South Korean star scoring his seventh of the campaign.
SunSport's best bets
Spurs to win either half: 15/8
Both teams to score in BOTH halves: 17/2
Son Heung-min to score at anytime: 9/4
*All odds correct at time of publication
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