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Arsenal versus Manchester City, Sunday, April 2

Arsenal versus Manchester City, Sunday, April 2

manchester cityManchester City boss Pep Guardiola described the 1-1 draw with Liverpool at Anfield two weeks ago – three days after going out of the Champions League – as “one of the most special days of my life” and the Spaniard will clearly be in buoyant mood for the visit to the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, on the other hand, is contemplating his future at the club after the Gunners suffered their fourth defeat in five Premier League matches against West Brom at the Hawthorns. His side went into the international break five points behind fourth-placed Liverpool, albeit with a game in hand, and the pressure on the beleaguered Frenchman is increasing.

In fairness, the Gunners have lost just one of their last eight home matches and scored in all but one of the 13 matches they’ve played at the Emirates Stadium this season. Nevertheless, the Sky Blues have accumulated more points away from the Etihad Stadium than at home this season, so let’s try both teams to score and Manchester City to win at 3/1 with bet365, William Hill or Paddy Power.

Selection: Both teams to score and Manchester City to win (3/1 with bet365, William Hill and Paddy Power)

March 27, 20170 commentsRead More
Stoke City versus Chelsea, Saturday, March 18

Stoke City versus Chelsea, Saturday, March 18

Stoke City take on Chelsea at the be365 Stadium on Saturday, as the Blues seek to consolidate their seemingly unassailable 10-point lead at the top of the Premier League table. Antonio Conte’s side has lost just twice in 14 games away from Stamford Bridge this season, failing to score just twice and keeping six clean sheets. The Potters will need to be at their very best to contain the likes of Diego Costa, Eden Hazard and Pedro, who have scored a total of 36 goals between them in the Premier League this season.

However, Mark Hughes’ side is unbeaten in its last eight home matches, winning four and drawing four. Overall, they’ve failed to score in just three home matches this season and kept six clean sheets, so this fixture might not be as one-sided as the odds suggest. The Potters gave the Blues one of the toughest tests of the season at Stamford Bridge on New Year’s Eve, albeit eventually succumbing 4-2, so let’s try an equally entertaining 2-2 draw at 20.0 with NetBet or 10Bet.

Selection: Correct Score 2-2 (20.0 with NetBet and 10Bet)

March 12, 20170 commentsRead More