Football ManUtd120Two English Premier League matches take place on Sunday when Sheffield United host Brighton and Luton are at home to Manchester United




Sheffield United 37/10 Draw 3.25/1 Brighton 13/20


Sheffield were 3-1 winners away to Luton last weekend. They remain at the foot of the standings with 13 points, level with Burnley whilst third bottom Everton have 19 points and Luton have 20. Sheffield have conceded 31 goals in 12 EPL home fixtures, most recently going down 5-0 to Villa. They have beaten Brentford (1-0) and Wolves (2-1) in earlier home games and they also played out 2-2 draws with Everton and West Ham.


Brighton conceded a late goal in a 2-1 defeat at Spurs last weekend and they finished the round in ninth spot with 35 points. Away form comprises of 3 wins, 3 draws and 6 defeats with 17 scored and 25 conceded. They visited this ground at the end of January and came away with a 5-2 win in the fourth round of the FA Cup. They are also involved in the Europa League but the EPL campaign is drifting a bit.


The Verdict


When Brighton won 5-2 in the cup here Joao Pedro got a hat trick but he is now on the injured list. Still the visitors have the ability to share the goals around although when it does go wrong away from home it tends to be disastrous with a 4-0 hiding at Luton recently one example.


That was a good win for Sheffield last week and Brighton will have to be on their game but it's hard to trust the home sides defence when you look at the stats and Pascal Gross is my idea of an anytime goalscorer


Bets: Anytime goalscorer Pascal Gross at 2.95/1 with BoyleSports



Luton 2.95/1 Draw 3.05/1 Man United 0.82/1


Luton's 3-1 home defeat to Sheffield last week was something of a surprise and they are just 1 point clear of the drop zone. Aside from hammering Brighton they have beaten Newcastle (1-0) at home and made Liverpool work hard for a 1-1 draw. Arsenal and Chelsea scrambled wins on their visits, all of which is evidence that Luton can be a handful.


Man United moved up to sixth with a 2-1 win at Villa last weekend, a third straight victory after they got the better of Wolves (4-3) away from home and West Ham (3-0) in a home fixture. They are still 5 points behind fifth placed Villa and 6 shy of fourth placed Spurs and their away record comprises of 6 wins, 1 draw and 5 defeats.


The Verdict


I'm looking for a goalscorer again and whilst most of his form in that regard has come at Old Trafford I will give the vote to Garnacho who seems to have cemented his place as a first choice starter for United.


Bets: Anytime goalscorer Garnacho at 21/10 with BoyleSports



Note, odds are correct at the time of writing but are subject to change


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