In-play betting: Another rocky ride in store at Old Trafford
The Premier League continues this weekend with the 16th round of fixtures and BetStars will be at the heart of the action every step of the way to enhance your betting experience.
We have dozens of markets for every game such as match result, first goalscorer, correct score and time of first goal, but you can also bet inplay on games in the UK and Europe.
For those who like to have skin in the game while watching the big match then live betting is the thing for you and we have the numbers to help you bet smarter.
Last week two of our three recommendations were on the money as Arsenal easily won the second half against Tottenham at 17/10 and there were more goals in the first half in Huddersfield's clash with Brighton at 41/20.
Had Manchester United managed to get a third goal at Southampton we'd have been looking at a clean sweep after tipping them to win from behind at big odds.
We have crunched the latest data to produce our football tips for the weekend and suggested where we think it may be wise to play a waiting game in three matches.
Manchester United vs Fulham
Manchester United nearly gave us a 15/2 winner at St Mary's last week but could not quite find the winner they needed to complete another comeback.
Since October 6, United have taken nine points from losing positions, coming from two goals down to beat Newcastle and conceding an early goal at Bournemouth in a 2-1 victory.
They have also been involved in three 2-2 draws and were behind on every occasion so Fulham, buoyed by the recent appointment of Claudio Ranieri, can take heart for Saturday's trip to Old Trafford.
The Cottagers have conceded 36 goals this season and will break a club record of 20 games without keeping a clean sheet if, or more likely when, United score on Saturday.
United have the third best share of points taken when conceding first (34.8%) behind Manchester City (61.1%) and Liverpool (36.4%) since the start of last season and in their current generous mood in defence, where they have problems with injuries, we fancy Fulham to break the deadlock and go on to lose at 13/2.
This weekend's best bets
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Arsenal vs Huddersfield
Two sides with curious habits meet at the Emirates where Arsenal should be backed to win in the in play betting should Huddersfield take the lead.
Most teams do the bulk of their scoring in the second half, but 60.5% of the Terriers' goals have come in the first 45 minutes since the start of last season, with Brighton their nearest challengers at 52.8%.
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Town took the lead at both Everton and Leicester this season, coming away with just one point from both matches, and their record of points taken when scoring first is fairly low at 66.7%.
As for Arsenal, they have not been leading at half-time this season and yet remarkably are fifth in the table on the back of a 13-match unbeaten run.
Our advice is to back the Gunners, who won this fixture 5-0 last season, should they fall behind or if you prefer to get on board before kick-off rather than live betting, back Draw HT/Arsenal FT at 3/1.
Feature match previews for this weekend
If you're interested in tips on our feature matches for the weekend, check out our in-depth previews below:
Burnley vs Brighton
Unlike like last season Burnley have struggled to prevent teams from scoring and as things stand they have the second leakiest defence (32) behind Fulham (36).
Since the start of last season, however, only 33.8% of their goals are conceded in the first half so this looks like a match where we can get involved after the break.
One angle at 11/8 in the Premier League odds might be more goals in the second half which has occurred in five of Burnley's last eight matches, although Brighton prefer to do their scoring before the break.
Brighton are one of only two teams to have a 50% or higher percentage of first-half goals and their last two matches have produced more goals in the first half.
Instead, with Seagulls striker Glenn Murray carrying a shoulder injury, the last of our in-play betting tips is for Burnley to win the second half at 23/10.
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