Four games down and we have our first genuine Super Sunday and what a couple of games we have. It’s already been a top class week with the Champions League returning to our screens and Sunday caps it all off.

Sunday lunch-time sees Manchester United travel to Anfield for what promises to be an emotional day for the city. Liverpool’s terrible start to the season has been well documented and they failed to win their first league game having been held at the Stadium of Light last weekend. This has left Brendan Rodgers’ lot sitting just outside the relegation places on two points.

One thing is for certain and that’s Liverpool will raise their game for this North-West derby. With the Premier League out of the picture this season it means this derby and the Merseyside clash take on added importance, but I still don’t think that’ll be enough for the Reds to avoid their third defeat of the campaign.

United got the job done on Wednesday night, even though it wasn’t the best performance. It’s my belief that Sir Alex still regards this as the biggest game of the calendar and I expect him to really push the Reds as they’ve looked so vulnerable. Wednesday’s clean sheet and David De Gea’s effort will complement United’s wonderful attacking options – unless they’re taking a penalty.

I’m covering the game for Sky Sports 3D fortunately and the three points look set to be returning to Manchester as the pressure increases even more on Rodgers.

Then it’s the turn of the champions to show what they’re made of following their heart-breaking defeat in the Bernabeu. Roberto Mancini continues to struggle to solve the defensive problems that has seen them fail to record a clean sheet this season.

Arsenal are in town hoping to continue their fine start that has surprised most of the league. The Gunners ground out a decent win in France in the week, but I’m still not sure they’ve been properly tested.

Even with City’s defensive concerns they have been very strong on the front foot, although Samir Nasri will be a big loss against his old club. I cannot see City keeping out a rejuvenated Gunners’ strike-force, but I like them at 1.79 to end the visitors’ winning streak and the 2-1 correct score is worth a flutter at 9.0.

Betting on BETDAQ – Alan’s Punts:
Liverpool v Man United: Back Man United at 2.81
Man City v Arsenal: Back Man City at 1.79

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