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Saturday can be sweeter with this 14/1 treble on the Premier League’s TV games

Get the couch booked for all the day’s live matches

With the weekend fast approaching, footie fans will be looking forward to a day of sofa surfing as another fascinating round of Premier League action is almost upon us.

Saturday live contests feature clubs right in the thick of the battle at the top and bottom of the league, so it should make for an intriguing day.

Man United, Arsenal and Liverpool will all be bursting through your telly, so we’ve decided to put together a tasty treble that could deliver at 14/1.

Sunderland v Arsenal, 12.30pm, Sky Sports 1

Struggling Sunderland know they could be faced with an irritated, trigger-happy Gunners outfit looking to take out their frustrations on another North-East side after drawing at home to Middlesbrough last time out.

Arsene Wenger has got his charges firing on all cylinders and they now look firm title contenders thanks to an ultra-impressive 13 game unbeaten run.

For Sunderland, the word desperation springs to mind when you think about their fans and, of course, their embattled manager David Moyes. The former Manchester United boss is yet to score a victory in the league with the Black Cats and that makes him the red hot favourite to be next Premier League manager to be sacked.

There’s literally isn’t any reason you could find to tip Sunderland here, given they’ve lost their last three and even failed to score in any of those defeats. Arsenal have kept three clean sheets on the spin and we are going to tip Arsenal to win to nil at as the opener to our treble.

Manchester United v Burnley, 3pm, Sky Sports 5 (in Ireland)

Man United boss Jose Mourinho would have finally slept soundly in his hotel room after Wednesday’s night EFL Cup victory over rivals Man City.

Saturday’s game with Burnley is not the gimme for the Reds that it would have been once considered to be, as Sean Dyche has made his Clarets a tough nut to crack these days.

Burnley grabbed a highly creditable 2-1 victory at Turf Moor against Everton last time out and Dyche’s men are only four points behind United in the table.

The Reds have kept Burnley blank on the scoreboard in three of their last five contests and that success over City should have Old Trafford bouncing on Saturday, so will add Man United to win to nil as well at in our betslip.

Crystal Palace v Liverpool, 5.30pm, BT Sport 1

There’s one thing you seemingly can guarantee when Crystal Palace and Liverpool get together – and that’s goals.

The last EIGHT times the clubs have gone head-to-head both outfits have scored every single time, so that would lead you to believe that goals are on the way Saturday. Despite a solid start to the season, Palace are now three games without a win and Alan Pardew will be praying to get one over Jurgen Klopp in the day’s late kick-off.

The Anfield outfit haven’t tasted defeat in 10 games now (winning eight) and only goal difference keeps them from the Premier League summit at the moment.

We just can’t see the Reds losing, but they do have a nasty habit of conceding the odd goal – something they’ve done in their last fourth victories. With that being said, we’re going to punt from Liverpool to win with both sides scoring at to round out our tactical treble!

Treble summary: Arsenal – win to nil, Man United – win to nil, Liverpool – win with both teams to score. 

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