28/1 fourfold on Aston Villa, Chelsea and other Premier League specials

28/1 fourfold on Aston Villa, Chelsea and other Premier League specials

28/1 fourfold on Aston Villa, Chelsea and other Premier League specials

The Premier League has a new leader after Manchester City’s victory at Arsenal during the week and we’re all set for another enthralling set of fixtures this weekend.

Here’s a 28/1 fourfold that might take your fancy!

Aston Villa vs Arsenal

Sat 18 Feb, 12:30

Back Arsenal to win
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Arsenal suffered a big blow to their title hopes on Wednesday with a defeat to Manchester City but Mikel Arteta’s men can bounce back with three points against Aston Villa in the Saturday lunchtime kick-off.

Villa have enjoyed some impressive wins in recent weeks, notably at Tottenham and Brighton but both of those came on the road. At Villa Park they have been less productive, losing to Liverpool, Stevenage and Leicester since the league resumption after the World Cup.

Arsenal have triumphed in each of their last three meetings with Villa and they can keep their title aspirations alive by getting back to winning ways on Saturday.


Chelsea vs Southampton

Sat 18 Feb, 15:00

Back under Chelsea to win and Under 2.5 goals
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Despite their lavish spending in January, Chelsea are still struggling to find a winning formula under Graham Potter. The Blues have only tasted victory once in their last nine games in all competitions and badly need three points to keep just about in touch with the coveted Champions League places.

The good news for Potter is that Saturday’s opponents Southampton are in even poorer form than them. Bottom of the league and without a manager, the Saints have won just once in the league in 11 matches.

While the goals haven’t been flowing for Chelsea, they have at least tightened up defensively and a low-scoring home win looks to be on the cards.


Newcastle vs Liverpool

Sat 18 Feb, 17:30

Back a draw
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Newcastle are enjoying a fantastic season under Eddie Howe and have a Wembley final to look forward to in the EFL Cup after this weekend’s league clash with Liverpool.

The Magpies currently occupy fourth spot in the table and haven’t lost in the league since they faced Saturday’s opponents Liverpool at Anfield back in August. The only disappointment for Howe and his team will be their inability to turn draws into victories lately, with five out of their last six league games finishing all square.

Liverpool got their first league win in six, last time out against Everton and there are signs of a revival on the cards. Mo Salah got back amongst the goals and Cody Gakpo opened his account for the club.

But no visiting side has won at St James’ Park this season and Liverpool may have to settle for a point from this one.

Manchester United vs Leicester City

Sun 19 Feb, 14:00

Back over 2.5 goals
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Eight of Manchester United’s last nine home games have seen the Red Devils win and over 2.5 goals scored.

Leicester have found their scoring boots in style since the start of the month, netting four times at Aston Villa and following that up with another four against Spurs last weekend.

The return to fitness of James Maddison, who scored in both of those victories, has seen an immediate uplift in the Foxes’ attacking form and they’ll fancy their chances of finding the net again at Old Trafford.

In what promises to be an entertaining game, United should just about have too much for the visitors.