Week 14 Premier League picks and odds: Liverpool Derby, Manchester United vs Arsenal, and best of rest
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Week 14 Premier League picks and odds: Liverpool Derby, Manchester United vs Arsenal, and best of rest

Six games are on the schedule for Wednesday afternoon, with another two on Thursday, as festive fixtures ramp up

It has been a very interesting start to Match Week 14 in the Premier League.

Leeds United got a late penalty to beat Crystal Palace, which is sinking down the table pretty quickly after a hot start under Patrick Vieira, while Newcastle United took the lead despite playing with 10 men from the 10th minute against Norwich City, only to concede late and draw 1-1.

Newcastle's going down with a trillion in the bank.

Wednesday the action really ramps up, with two windows of matches starting at 2:30 p.m. EDT. There are four early games, with West Ham United v Brighton & Hove Albion the marquee match.

The two late games feature Jack Grealish going back to the Villa, and a Liverpool derby which might mark the end of the Rafa Benitez era pretty quickly. Everton is sinking like a stone, and is starting to get perilously close to the relegation zone: it is early, though, but a thrashing today could spell doom for Benitez.

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ENGLAND PREMIER LEAGUE

(All matches on Peacock Premium unless stated)

WEDNESDAY

Watford (+1050) v Chelsea (-375), draw (+460), 2:30 p.m. EDT

West Ham (-103) v Brighton (+280), draw (+250), 2:30 p.m. EDT

Wolves (-105) v Burnley (+330), draw (+245), 2:30 p.m. EDT

Aston Villa (+750) v Manchester City (-286), draw (+420), 3:15 p.m. EDT

Everton (+650) v Liverpool (-275), draw (+420), 3:15 p.m. EDT (NBCSN and Fubo.TV)

THURSDAY

Manchester United (+100) v Arsenal (+265), draw (+265), 8:15 p.m. EDT

GAME PLAYS:

Chelsea -1.5 (-110)

West Ham ML (-103)

Wolves ML (-105)

City -1.5 (+110)

Liverpool -1.25 AH (-110)

Manchester United ML (+100)

PROP BET PLAYS:

Chelsea over 2.5 goals (+140)

Liverpool half time full-time (+100)

Liverpool over 2.5 goals (+160)

Manchester United over 1.5 goals (-105)

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