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The big boys are all set for a major showdown this weekend. Liverpool take on Man United at Anfield, Arsenal entertain Chelsea, while Rafa Benitez welcomes Tom Hicks.
Confrontations like these couldnít appear any bigger if they were stuffed down David Beckhamís tighty whities.
Liverpool, in particular, have a point to prove on Sunday. Recent home meetings with United havenít been too rewarding. In fact, the last player to score against the auld enemy during an Anfield league fixture was Harry Kewell way back in 2003.
It was round about the same time Kewell took up canoeing, but the Liverpool wide man is fast discovering the form which struck fear into opposing full-backs and is ready to stick his oar into Fergieís men on Sunday.
The Aussie ace is priced 20/1 (Ladbrokes) to open the scoring but, given he is not a guaranteed starter, a far safer option is the 7/1 (Ladbrokes) he nets any time during the game.
Arsenal, too, will look to their wide men to break down Chelsea at the Emirates, and in Tomasz Rosicky they have the attacking dynamo to upset their fellow Londoners. Itís a best-priced 9/2 (Paddy Power) he features on the scoresheet and a more adventurous 12/1 (bet365) he scores first.
As for the final outcome, these fixtures are worth swerving on your weekend accumulator as both possess coupon busting qualities.
But the home wins look particularly appealing, especially when you consider Betfredís enhanced odds of 11-2 on a Liverpool/Arsenal double.