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Premier League Sunday Accumulator: Goals on the cards in 12/1 double

There may only be two Premier League games scheduled on Sunday afternoon but both have the potential to grab the headlines and we have picked out a double for bettors to consider.

Just three days after their thrilling 2-2 draw against Barcelona in the Europa League, Manchester United will return to Old Trafford as they face Leicester City.

The second match on Super Sunday will take place at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with Tottenham playing host to West Ham United in a London derby at 16:30.

We have taken an in-depth look at both games and selected a double which pays just over 12/1.

Sunday's double:

Our Premier League Sunday double is priced at odds of 12/1

Manchester United to win and both teams to score @ 2/1

Draw and both teams to score @ 7/2

Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.

Leicester can push United all the way

WhatManchester United v Leicester City
WhereOld Trafford, Manchester
When14:30, Sunday 19th February
How to watchSky Sports Main Event & Premier League
OddsMan Utd 8/13, Draw 10/3, Leicester 17/4

Manchester United will look to continue their incredible run of form at Old Trafford when they host Leicester City in Sunday's 14:30 kick-off.

The Red Devils are unbeaten in 16 games at home under Erik ten Hag and they will likely use the home fixture to their advantage.

Only Brighton and Real Sociedad have got the better of United at Old Trafford and Ten Hag's team have already beaten the likes of Liverpool, Arsenal, and Manchester City in front of their own supporters.

Even though they got off to a slow start, Leicester appear to have finally shredded the relegation-candidates tag under coach Brendan Rodgers.

The Foxes have moved six points clear of the drop zone after back-to-back victories in the Premier League.

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Rodgers' side have scored four goals in both of their wins over Aston Villa and Tottenham, and over 3.5 goals appeals at 6/4.

Leicester are now unbeaten in four in all competitions, and they will be buoyed by the potential return of Youri Tielemans.

The Belgium international missed last week's win over Spurs with a calf injury, but he and Boubakary Soumare are likely to return to the fold.

Manchester United midfielder Casemiro will serve the final match of his three-game ban, while he will be joined in the stands by Antony, Scott McTominay, Christian Eriksen, Anthony Martial and Donny van de Beek.

Casemiro has often acted as a security blanket for the United defence, so both teams to score at 4/6 should be considered.

Both teams have scored in six of the last 10 meetings between the pair, but United's superior class and home form is too good to ignore on this occasion.

Hard to pick a winner ahead of London derby

WhatTottenham v West Ham United
WhereTottenham Hotspur Stadium, London
When16:30, Sunday 19th February
How to watchSky Sports Main Event & Premier League
OddsTottenham 3/4, Draw 13/5, West Ham 15/4

West Ham will look to move away from the bottom three while condemning Tottenham to their third-successive defeat when the two teams meet in north London on Sunday afternoon.

The Hammers are nervously looking over their shoulder after only picking up 20 points in 22 Premier League matches, but they will at least travel across the capital with confidence.

David Moyes' side are unbeaten in four in all competitions while on the road they have only lost one of their previous five.

Tottenham continue to struggle to string results together and they will once again miss Antonio Conte's leadership from the sidelines as he recovers from surgery.

Spurs have lost two on the spin to Leicester and AC Milan but at home they have picked up two wins in three, keeping two clean sheets in the process.

A home win to nil is priced at 9/4 this weekend but this fixture has thrown up some tasty results in recent seasons.

Seven of the last 10 fixtures have seen both teams find the back of the net but picking a winner looks difficult.

Spurs lost Rodrigo Bentancur for the season due to an ACL injury last weekend and his presence in midfield will be missed on Sunday at home. Tottenham are already without Yves Bissouma, Hugo Lloris and Ryan Sessegnon, but Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg should go straight back into the team after serving a European ban.

England captain Harry Kane will once again lead the line for Spurs, and he is available at 20/21 to find the net anytime in 90 minutes. No player has scored either the opening goal, or the winning goal, in different Premier League matches more than Kane this season, and if anyone is to bail Spurs out, it is likely to be their record goalscorer.

West Ham midfielder Lucas Paqueta will miss Sunday's contest due to a shoulder injury and it is highly likely that both sides will feel the effects of those injuries.

The previous clash between the pair finished 1-1 in August, and a repeat of that scoreline should have every chance of landing at 13/2.

Those that fancy a high-scoring affair can back a 2-2 draw at 14/1, but the smart money should be on a tie, especially with both sides struggling to string results together throughout this season.

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