Original article published 8 October 2022
After the return of European football in midweek, there are four Premier League matches scheduled for Sunday, including a rare 19:00 KO as Everton host Manchester United.
Leeds United will hope to build on their goalless draw against Aston Villa when they face Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, while West Ham welcome Fulham to the London Stadium.
However, the game of the day is expected to take place at the Emirates Stadium, as high-flying Arsenal welcome Liverpool to the capital.
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|What:||Crystal Palace v Leeds United|
|Where:||Selhurst Park, London|
|When:||14:00, Sunday 9th October 2022|
|How to watch:||ReplacSky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League|
|Odds:||Crystal Palace 21/20, Draw 5/2, Leeds 13/5|
Both Crystal Palace and Leeds United will be desperate to end their wait for a victory, which stands at four matches.
The two sides have the exact same record, drawing two and losing two of their previous four in the top flight.
Palace were unlucky to lose 2-1 to Chelsea last time out, especially when replays suggested Blues defender Thiago Silva was fortunate to stay on the field for a blatant handball.
Leeds lost Luis Sinisterra to a red card during their goalless draw against Aston Villa, meaning boss Jesse Marsch will need to tinker with his starting XI.
However, they have received a huge boost with the news Patrick Bamford is likely to return to the starting line-up.
The formbook suggests Sunday's battle could be a close affair, with the Eagles failing to score in their last three top-flight games against Leeds. The Whites have won none of their previous six league visits to Palace, and a draw and under 2.5 goals looks appealing at 7/2.
|What:||West Ham v Fulham|
|Where:||London Stadium, London|
|When:||14:00, Sunday 9th October 2022|
|Odds:||West Ham 8/11, Draw 14/5, Fulham 15/4|
West Ham can move to within one point of Fulham if they win Sunday's London derby in the capital.
As of writing, the Hammers are just a point above the relegation zone in 15th, but Fulham are only just outside the European places on goal difference.
After a slow start to the season, West Ham have begun to find their rhythm, winning four of their five games in all competitions.
Fulham's results have slowly started to take a turn for the worst as Marco Silva's troops have lost three of their last five in the top flight.
The Cottagers have only won one of their previous five on their travels in all competitions, and to add to their problems, striker Aleksandar Mitrovic is a doubt here due to an ankle injury.
The Hammers are 2/1 to win to nil and Fulham's ability to score goals certainly dips without their Serbian hitman.
|What:||Arsenal v Liverpool|
|Where:||Emirates Stadium, London|
|When:||16:30, Sunday 9th October 2022|
|How to watch:||Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League|
|Odds:||Arsenal 6/4, Draw 13/5, Liverpool 13/8|
The fixture list was relatively kind to Arsenal this season and sceptics claimed they would soon fall away from the top of the Premier League table once they started to play their rivals.
Mikel Arteta's side handled their latest test in style, beating rivals Tottenham 3-1 in the North London derby.
The Gunners have won four in a row in all competitions, but they have a dismal record against Liverpool.
Arsenal have won one of their last 14 league games against the Reds, and Jurgen Klopp's side have shown signs of progress.
They stretched their unbeaten run to three matches in midweek with a 2-0 victory over Rangers and they have won their last two away league matches against the Gunners.
Under 2.5 goals, which has occurred in the last three meetings between the pair, is priced at 11/8.
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|What:||Everton v Manchester United|
|Where:||Goodison Park, Liverpool|
|When:||19:00, Sunday 9th October 2022|
|How to watch:||BT Sport 1|
|Odds:||Everton 13/5, Draw 5/2, Man Utd 21/20|
While Frank Lampard's Everton have not made giant strides since avoiding relegation last season, they are slowly sneaking under the radar this time around.
The Toffees have gone from nearly playing in the second tier to picking up some decent results under the former Chelsea coach.
Everton can extend their unbeaten run in the Premier League to seven matches if they avoid defeat against the Red Devils, while they can also make it three wins in a row after victories over West Ham and Southampton either side of the international break.
Erik ten Hag's United have once again struggled with consistency and while they beat Omonia Nicosia 3-2 in the Europa League on Thursday, they were thumped 6-3 by Manchester City in the Premier League last Sunday.
United have won four of their previous five away from Old Trafford, but they have recently struggled to get the better of Everton.
With Everton unbeaten in three against United and Dominic Calvert-Lewin set to return from injury, Lampard's side can grab a share of the points.
United have injury worries at the back, with Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Harry Maguire set to stay in Manchester, while Raphael Varane is a doubt and will need to pass a fitness test.
Everton are 8/11 to win or draw via the double chance market, while a standard victory is available at 13/5.