Victorious United 4-1 to finish in top four

AFTER wins for the top four in the Premier League on Saturday, Manchester United and Everton obliged for favourite-backers yesterday, heaping the pressure on sixth-placed Arsenal for their trip to Crystal Palace tonight.

United are 4-1 to finish in the top four after a 3-0 victory at ten-man Sunderland, who are ten points from safety and 1-100 to be relegated.

The Black Cats have gone seven top-flight games without a goal and Coral offer 80-1 that they fail to score in their remaining seven league matches. Bet365 have chalked up David Moyes’s side at 2-1 not to win again in the league this season while Coral make it a 9-4 chance.

Liverpool are 1-3 to finish in the top four with Arsenal 3-1 and Everton 500-1.

The Toffees moved level on points with the Gunners, having played three more games, thanks to a 4-2 home win over Leicester.

Backers of Tom Davies at 12-1 to score first had to wait just 30 seconds for the midfielder to put Everton ahead and the 4-2 correct score was a 66-1 shot.

Romelu Lukaku scored twice to go four goals clear in the race for the Golden Boot. The Belgian is 2-5 to finish as top scorer, ahead of Harry Kane at 13-2 and Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez at 14-1.

Match in Focus


Sociedad v Espanyol

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Sociedad's five home league and European games have produced 24 goals
Expert verdict
Espanyol look a big price to spring a surprise in San Sebastian. The Catalans have only lost two of their last seven – they were against Barcelona and Real Madrid – while Sociedad do leak goals at home after conceding ten in four league outings. The visitors signed off last term with three away victories in four, and can return to winning ways.



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