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PREVIEW: Arsenal looking to tighten grip on title as Premier League race enters week 27

A title race which still dominates every conversation, a fight for survival coming closer and closer and yet still even more chances to earn a few coins for you and I!

EPA/ Nick Potts

A title race which still dominates every conversation, a fight for survival coming closer and closer and yet still even more chances to earn a few coins for you and I!

Two women looking excitedly at cellphone

Saturday 11 March

Bournemouth 52/10 | Draw 37/10 | Liverpool 5/10 (14:30)

I don’t think this game is as straightforward as some might suggest. Yes, Liverpool is slowly but surely piecing together a resurgence, and yes, they have their ‘big’ players available again, but the Vitality Stadium will be bouncing, and the Cherries could feed off it. They were brilliant against Arsenal, Liverpool was brilliant against United, but I think the Cherries could get something here. But the bet should be both scoring at 8/10

Leeds United 26/10 | Draw 51/20 | Brighton 1/1 (17:00)

I’m not sure what to expect from Leeds, they weren’t horrible against Chelsea, but that isn’t saying much. Brighton should have their way here though, they are consistent, balanced, and confident. They create chances for fun, and so I can’t see past them getting a result.

Everton 17/10 | Draw 43/20 | Brentford 18/10 (17:00)

Brentford have had another superb season so far, this time around they are staying well under the radar, and I think it works for them! Everton would have been disappointed to draw with Forest last time out – but given how that game panned out I’m not sure they can have too many regrets…my issue with the Toffee’s is that they are toothless too often – they just don’t score enough. Back the visitors.

Leicester City 29/10 | Draw 26/10 | Chelsea 19/20 (17:00)

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Tottenham 9/20 | Draw 36/10 | Nottingham Forest 6/1 (17:00)

Forest are currently in a bit of an awkward space in the league, they would have liked to beat Sean Dyche’s Everton side and ensure they could begin to put daylight between themselves and the relegation scrap – but now they face a Spurs side who will be determined to make amends for a flat performance against Wolves. I’ve got nothing more to say about Spurs outside of the fact that their inconsistencies are what’s letting them down immensely. I suppose the banker is that the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has never seen a 0-0 draw – so pile into the over 2.5 goal market at 15/20.

Crystal Palace 15/2 | Draw 42/10 | Manchester City 7/20 (19:30)

Palace have been a strange side to follow, I think of them and recall positive performances. Yet with that being said, they are winless in 2023, scoring next to no goals and with no real indication of making it better. Pep Guardiola’s men are getting to a point where they know they cannot afford to slip up. Arsenal isn’t running teams over, but they are getting valuable points. Nevertheless, I think City win and keep a clean sheet. Get on City + BTTS (No) at 21/20.

Sunday 12 March

Manchester United 7/20 | Draw 42/10 | Southampton 13/2 (16:00)

There were a lot of red flags raised when Southampton lost to League Two side Grimsby, largely because their manager was new. Ruben Selles responded to clinch victory over Leicester which will no doubt earn his side some sort of reprieve. United have shown they can go through the gears when they need to, they have a vastly superior side to Southampton and whilst 7/20 seems a little short – they are a serious banker at Old Trafford.

West Ham 12/10 | Draw 47/20 | Aston Villa 23/10 (16:00)

There must be incredible frustration at West Ham now, they aren’t playing horribly but they just can’t seem to get any results. David Moyes is an experienced coach, one who is full of merit, but the whispers in the wind are forecasting a dark cloud approaching his job in London. Villa is a mixed bag, but I maintain that they are progressing well under Unai Emery this season. They certainly carry a goal scoring threat and I think they eke out a victory here.

Fulham 42/10 | Draw 31/10 | Arsenal 13/20 (16:00)

Fulham are in the league’s top 10 teams for a reason, I would like to suggest one of those reasons is that they absolutely do not lie down. At Craven Cottage, these are the sorts of games they will relish – because they know the quality Arsenal will bring as well as the importance of the three points on offer. I saw in the media this week that there is an assertion that should Arsenal win the next three games, they win the league. It’s likely to be puffery, but I can’t fault the excitement!

I think an open game favours the hosts, and if Arsenal fail to get out of the blocks, well, it could become quite tricky. Nevertheless, Arsenal and both scoring at 51/20 looks to be a good one.

Newcastle 15/20 | Draw 26/10 | Wolves 37/10 (18:30)

Wolves are scrapping for survival at the moment. It really is kill or be killed, hunt or be hunted…eat or remain starving…ok I’m done with the wolf analogies I promise. They don’t really have a diverse attack, but they don’t give too much away on defence and so if they are presented with a chance, they certainly take their chances. Newcastle seems to be getting to a stage where they are ‘over it’. They haven’t got the same grit and fight that became so synonymous with the beginning of their season. But what do I know… Oh, I’m on the draw by the way.


TREBLE @ 5/1
Bournemouth v Liverpool BTTS – Yes 8/10
Brighton Win 1/1
Spurs v Forest Over 2.5 Goals 15/20

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