13/1 fourfold on Arsenal, Aston Villa and other Premier League specials

13/1 fourfold on Arsenal, Aston Villa and other Premier League specials

13/1 fourfold on Arsenal, Aston Villa and other Premier League specials

We’re now entering the final third of the Premier League season and there are important matters to be decided at both ends of the table. With just six points separating the bottom seven teams, every match has something riding on it.

Here’s our 13/1 fourfold!

Arsenal vs Bournemouth

Sat 4 Mar, 15:00

Back Arsenal to win to nil
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Marcus Tavernier’s strike in a 1-0 victory at Wolves last month was Bournemouth’s first goal away from home in over six and a half hours of football.

On Saturday they face an Arsenal side that has lost just once at the Emirates in the league this season and are flying high at the top of the table.

With Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli and Martin Odegaard all in fine form, it’s hard to see Bournemouth getting anything from North London and we forecast a comfortable victory for the Gunners.


Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace

Sat 4 Mar, 15:00

Back Ollie Watkins to score anytime
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Since Unai Emery took the reigns at Villa Park, Aston Villa have enjoyed much more success in front of goal and Ollie Watkins has been at the forefront of that.

While results have been inconsistent, Villa have netted two or more in four of their last six matches and Watkins is bidding to get himself on the scoresheet for a six consecutive Premier League game.

Crystal Palace are without a win in nine matches and while they rarely suffer heavy losses, confidence is low and Watkins and Villa can take full advantage.


Chelsea vs Leeds

Sat 4 Mar, 15:00

Back under 2.5 goals
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Two out-of-form teams meet at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon, both desperate to pick up three points.

Chelsea have just one victory in their last nine in the top flight while Leeds boast an even poorer recent record of one Premier League win in their last 11.

Goalscoring has been a massive issue for both teams. Incredibly Graham Potter’s Chelsea side have scored just three goals in their last ten matches in all competitions. Meanwhile, Leeds have failed to score in five of their last eight games.

All signs point to a cagey low scoring encounter in West London and with 13 of Chelsea’s last 15 matches having produced under 2.5 goals that trend could be set to continue.

Liverpool vs Manchester United

Sun 5 Mar, 16:30

Back both teams to score
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The last five games between Liverpool and Manchester United have produced 23 goals and delivered guaranteed drama.

Nobody has enjoyed this fixture more in recent times than Mo Salah who has found the net nine times in those matches. The Egyptian hasn’t been as prolific this season but he’s scored in each of Liverpool’s last three games at Anfield.

For United, Marcus Rashford is the name on everyone’s lips after an incredible scoring run and with seven in his last nine matches, few would bet against him getting on the scoresheet again on Sunday.

With Liverpool finding form in the league and Manchester United unbeaten in their last 11 matches in all competitions, this is set to be another entertaining clash and we think both teams to score is a sure-fire bet to add to your accumulator!