20/1 fourfold on Arsenal, Manchester United and other Premier League specials

20/1 fourfold on Arsenal, Manchester United and other Premier League specials

20/1 fourfold on Arsenal, Manchester United and other Premier League specials

The Premier League fixtures continue thick and fast and there are some fascinating matchups this week.

Can Arsenal continue their title charge? Will Chelsea return to form against Manchester City? Here’s our 20/1 fourfold for you to take a look at.

Arsenal VS Newcastle

Tue 3 Jan, 19:45

Back Arsenal to win and both teams to score
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Arsenal are on cloud nine at the moment and have the chance to go 10 points clear at the top of the table with a victory against Newcastle. The Gunners are aiming to win their opening eight home matches of a top-flight season for the first time ever.

Newcastle will be difficult opponents with the Magpies doing brilliantly themselves and without a defeat in 12 matches. They failed to score against Leeds last time out but have goals in their side and will be confident of finding the net at the Emirates.

Six of Arsenal’s seven home wins this season have seen both teams score and we could be in for a repeat of that again tonight.

Everton VS Brighton

Tue 3 Jan, 19:45

Back Brighton to win
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Everton earned an excellent point away at Manchester City last time out but the Toffees are in a difficult position in the league and have found life hard at home this season.

Frank Lampard’s side have lost three of their last four matches at Goodison Park and were beaten by Brighton in this fixture last season.

Roberto De Zerbi’s team have won three of their last four matches on the road in all competitions, scoring three teams in each of those victories. They’ll travel to Merseyside full of confidence and at better than even money, they should be backed to take all three points.


Manchester United VS Bournemouth

Tue 3 Jan, 20:00

Back Manchester United to win to nil
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Manchester United are aiming to win four consecutive Premier League home matches without conceding for the first time since 2017. And against a Bournemouth side that have failed to score in any of their last three matches, Erik ten Hag’s side should be backed to keep yet another clean sheet.

Since a 3-1 defeat at Aston Villa back at the start of November, United have won five games in a row and have England’s Marcus Rashford in red hot form.

This is the first of four home games in a row for the Red Devils as they bid to establish a strong position in the top four and it’s hard to see Bournemouth causing them too many problems on Tuesday night.


Chelsea VS Manchester City

Thu 5 Jan, 20:00

Back Manchester City to win
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After a strong start to life under Graham Potter, Chelsea’s recent results have been particularly poor.

The Blues have only won one of the four games they’ve played since the World Cup and the goals have dried up, with just three netted in their last five matches.

Manchester City come into this one off the back of a disappointing home draw against Everton and knowing they can ill-afford another slip up if they are to chase down league leaders Arsenal.

Pep Guardiola’s side have won their last three meetings with Chelsea, each without conceding a goal and another low-scoring victory for the men from Manchester can be expected on Thursday.