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Here are our selections for Saturday's action.

Liverpool v Manchester United – Saturday (12.30, Sky Sports Premier League)


Under 2.5 goals –

There have been fewer than 2.5 goals in the last five meetings between these sides. A lunchtime game just after an international break is unlikely to end that sequence.

1st half correct score: 0-0 –

Without favoured midfielders Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini, it would come as little surprise were Jose Mourinho to set up in a similarly-defensive fashion to last season’s 0-0 draw at Anfield.

Romelu Lukaku to score -

Lukaku has scored in his last nine matches for club and country, and should exploit a decidedly dodgy Liverpool defence.

Trent Alexander-Arnold and Ashley Young to be booked

Alexander-Arnold struggled at the Etihad last month, and was booked, while Mo Salah will cause Ashley Young - an unnatural left-back - problems down the right-hand side.


Watford v Arsenal – Saturday (17.30, BT Sport 1)


Both teams to score –

Watford have conceded a cumulative nine goals against Liverpool and Manchester City this season, and will surely do so again here.

The Hornets have, however, scored in all but two of their Premier League matches this season, and should take advantage of the visitors’ defensive injury woes.

Watford to score over 1.5 goals –

The Hornets have scored at least twice in five of their seven league matches this season, including three against Liverpool.

Their energetic style will be primed to take advantage of any lethargy or miscommunication in the Arsenal defence.

Under 2.5 Arsenal cards

Excluding the games against Liverpool and Chelsea, Arsenal have received just one Premier League card this season.


Atletico Madrid v Barcelona – Saturday (19.45, Sky Sports Football)


Both teams to score –

There have been goals at both ends in seven of the last eight meetings between these sides, including all of the last four. 

Barcelona to win –

Ernesto Valverde’s side have a 100 per cent record in La Liga so far this season, and should see off Atletico, whose vulnerability was exposed in their last home match against Chelsea.

Lionel Messi to score –

After saving his country with a mesmerising hat-trick on Tuesday night, it’s impossible to imagine Messi not adding to his tally of 11 goals in seven league games this season.