The final Premier League fixture of the weekend sees two of England’s biggest rivals clash as Manchester United host Liverpool at Old Trafford. 16 of Manchester United’s 20 Premier League matches this season have produced two or more match goals, averaging 2.5 goals per game. Eight of the 10 league games at Old trafford this term have also seen at least two match goals. 16 of Liverpool’s 20 top flight matches this season have also produced two or more match goals, averaging a higher average of 3.6 goals per game. Recent league clashes between the old rivals have also produced plenty of goals. 15 of their last 18 Premier League meetings the clubs has seen two or more goals scored, producing an average of 2.8 goals per game in the process. Both Mourinho’s and Klopp’s men head into the game in good form in what looks to be the game of the weekend where both sides will fancy claiming maximum points.
Real Madrid travel to face Sevilla for the second time in three days following their thrilling 3-3 Copa del Rey on Thursday night. That draw secured Real Madrid’s record breaking 40 games unbeaten run under Zinedine Zidane. 71% (12/17) of Sevilla’s La Liga matches this season have seen three or more goals, averaging 3.4 goals per game, while seven of the last nine league games at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán have achieved the same feat. 75% (12/16) of Real Madrid’s La Liga games have produced at least three or more goals, averaging 3.7 goals per game, a league-high. 24 of the last 28 league meetings between Sevilla and Real Madrid have also seen over 2.5 goals, with a total of 127 goals, an average of 4.5 goals per game. Sevilla and Madrid have met twice since the 4th of January, with a total of nine goals scored and it’s likely more will follow this evening.