Arsenal to beat Cardiff to nil (19:45)

Arsenal have only conceded more than once against Manchester City, Tottenham (twice) and Manchester United in domestic home games this season.

Defensive performances in recent victories over Burnley and Chelsea at the Emirates have been two of their most convincing, and Cardiff are another opponent the Gunners should limit to very little.

Victor Camarasa’s long-range strike at Leicester in December is the Bluebirds’ only goal in four away matches, having failed to net at Crystal Palace, Gillingham and Newcastle.

Fulham to beat Brighton (19:45)

A run of four consecutive defeats does little justice to the fact that Fulham’s performances have been much improved under Claudio Ranieri.

The Cottagers were unlucky to lose at Burnley earlier this month and were close to a respectable draw against Tottenham last time out.

Ranieri’s side have taken four points from their last two home matches against non-top six sides – drawing to Wolves and beating Huddersfield – so they can see off Brighton, who have taken just one point from their last four league away games.

Chris Hughton’s side have lost to Watford, Everton, Cardiff, Burnley and Bournemouth away from home this season.

Manchester United to beat Burnley & BTTS (20:00)

Manchester United won their eighth straight game last Friday, beating Arsenal 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium in the FA Cup fourth round.

That was the fifth time United have failed to keep a clean sheet in that winning sequence, having also conceded goals against Cardiff, Huddersfield, Bournemouth and Brighton.

Burnley have lost six of their last nine away matches in all competitions, but have scored in five of their last six league games – including at the Emirates Stadium last month – so they should at least find the net at Old Trafford.

Manchester City to beat Newcastle to nil (20:00)

Manchester City thumped Burnley 5-0 in the FA Cup fourth round last weekend to extend their winning streak to eight games in all competitions.

The victory was also a sixth straight clean sheet for Pep Guardiola’s side, who have allowed just six shots on target in that run.

Newcastle have won just one of their last seven matches at St James’ Park and have the second-worst xG in the Premier League, above only bottom-of-the-league Huddersfield.


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