There is no rest bite for the Premier League teams this week as three more games take place on Tuesday evening, as we bring you the latest Paddy Power free bet offer on the football, the pick of which is Manchester City at home to Liverpool, but Tottenham v West Brom and Wigan v Sunderland are set to be fascinating battles too.
Referring to the latter to begin with, there is no doubt that Sunderland head to the DW Stadium in fantastic spirits after defeating Manchester City last time out.
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They have now won three of their five games under new manager Martin O’Neill to move six points clear of Tuesday’s opponents who sit in 18th position.
This will still be a tight match though with both teams focused on three crucial points. Looking at the team news, Wigan will be without the suspended Gary Caldwell, while Sunderland hope to welcome back young striker Connor Wickham.
Next up on Tuesday evening is Tottenham – who suffered a rare blip in form when drawing at Swansea City last time out – at home to West Brom.
Harry Redknapp’s men will certainly expect to get back on track in this one, but West Brom – despite losing to Everton on Sunday – are capable of causing an upset this season, as the draw with Manchester City on Boxing Day proved.
The team news for this one doesn’t make great reading for Spurs who could be without influential midfielder Scott Parker, while West Brom’s Chris Brunt looks set to begin a significant spell on the sidelines.
Finally on Tuesday evening, Manchester City host Liverpool at the Etihad Stadium. This has all the makings of a fantastic match with City hoping to get themselves back on track after two games without a win.
Team news wise, Roberto Mancini may hand starts to Sergio Aguero and David Silva after they were on the bench against Sunderland, while Liverpool could do the same for captain Steven Gerrard.
All in all, an excellent evening of Premier League football awaits!