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Liverpool only team to score in match vs. Watford (Football, Saturday 12:30 GMT) – Liverpool’s relentless march towards the title continued with a win and a clean sheet a week ago. We should see more of the same against a Watford team who have scored just nine goals this season and are already onto their third manager.
Jamie Vardy to score first goal of Leicester City v Norwich City (Football, Saturday 15:00 GMT) – Norwich lay the unwanted claim to the second worst defence in the Premier League and that spells trouble here. Vardy has been in sensational form recently, scoring 13 times in his last 11 games for Leicester, and he is now just two goals off equalling his Premier League tally for all of last season. His purple patch should continue here against this leaky Canaries rear-guard.
Munster +11 vs. Saracens (Rugby Union, Saturday 15:00 GMT) – Munster battled to a precious win over Saracens last weekend to claim the bulk of the points which has seen the Irish side take second-place with 11 points, meaning they are only one behind Racing at the top and five clear of Sarries in second. Saracens come into this one knowing they have to win then, and we think we will see a lot of their first team players returning this Saturday. Despite the fact we think Sarries will win, we are predicting another tight encounter, with Munster a team very few beat comfortably. The Irish side will arrive and look to grind out a result through their forwards, and with Saracens more than happy to battle in an arm wrestle, we think the two will not be separated by many points.
Amanda Nunes to beat Germaine de Randamie in Round 1 (UFC, Sunday 03:00 GMT) – Nunes needed less than a round to dispatch de Randamie when the two women fought six years ago, and since that night the Brazilian has only got better and better to establish herself as the best female fighter on the planet and argued the pound-for-pound number one in the entire sport. Nunes should make short work of de Randamie once again at UFC 245.
Exeter -17 to beat Sale (Rugby Union, Sunday 13:00 GMT) – With the struggles of most of the English teams in the Champions Cup this season, Exeter have been a real shining light for the Premiership in Europe with some incredibly impressive performances driving the Chiefs to the top of their group where they boast a six point lead over Glasgow in second with three games gone. Sale meanwhile have picked up six points from their three games and need to get back to winning ways, although we think this is a game they will really struggle to get anything from. Exeter beat Sale 22-20 last weekend and now, with a home game at Sandy Park to come, we are predicting a comfortable Exeter win.
Los Angeles Rams to beat Dallas Cowboys (American Football, Sunday 21:25 GMT) – The Rams gave their quest for a place in the NFL Playoffs a massive boost with a much-improved showing to beat a talented Seattle team a week ago. They can now build on that by beating a Dallas team that is mired in a horrible slump and comes into this game on the back of a convincing defeat in Chicago.
San Francisco 49ers -11 to beat Atlanta Falcons (American Football, Sunday 21:25 GMT) – The 49ers put up one of their best offensive showings of the season so far to record a huge last-gasp win in New Orleans in Week 14 and they should now maintain their ranking as the NFC’s finest by beating an Atlanta team that have enjoyed some success recently but are not on San Francisco’s level at this time.