Planet Boost: Man Utd, Leicester and Spurs all to win on Sunday now 6/1

The race for top four in the Premier League is heating up, and with Manchester United, Leicester and Spurs all in the running, our latest Planet Boost sees a trio of wins rise to 6/1.

As the Premier League delves in to the festive period, one of the most intriguing debates surrounds which team will grab the final spot in the top four.

It seems fairly nailed on that the trio of Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea will wrap up the top three spots, and that leaves just one space up for grabs for sides with Champions League ambitions.

Well on Sunday, three of the teams in the hunt are all in action. Manchester United host Crytal PalaceSpurs host Norwich and Leicester travel to Aston Villa.

So, with all three teams desperate to stake their claim in the top four, our latest Planet Boost sees all three sides winning rise to 6/1 (was 5/1).

After their dramatic win over Arsenal midweek, United host Crystal Palace in what will be Ralf Rangnick's first game in the Old Trafford dugout.

The German coach was forced to watch from the stands after he wasn't granted a work permit in time for Thursday's clash, but with him set to make his sideline debut on Sunday, we can expect the Red Devils to bolt out the blocks.

As for Spurs, Antonio Conte's side bounced back well from their shock defeat to Mura in the Europa Conference League to claim a comfortable 2-0 win over Brentford.

Harry Kane is still yet to start firing under the Italian boss, but the north London outfit do look much-improved, and should have more than enough to see off a lowly Norwich City side on Sunday.

And finally, Leicester round off our Sunday treble as they travel down to the midlands to face an Aston Villa side fresh from their first defeat under Steven Gerrard.

Admittedly it was to a superb Manchester City side, but Leicester have grown in form as the season has progressed, and with Jamie Vardy in typically brilliant form, the Foxes can trouble the Villans.

READ MORE: The Rangnick effect! Man United in to odds-on to secure Premier League top-four spot

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