So for Sunday’s Premier League action we have just two matches to pick from after Saturday’s bumper card. First off at 2pm we have a top vs bottom clash between Arsenal and Nottingham Forest. Following on from that we have the 4:15pm tie between Manchester United and West Ham. I have picked out two bet builders that I hope will do the business.
14:00 - Arsenal vs Nottingham Forest Bet Builder at 11/1 Paddy Power
- Arsenal to win
- Odegaard to have a shot on target
- Awoniyi to have a shot on target
- Both teams to score
- Forest over 1.5 cards
Premier League leaders Arsenal host bottom of the table Nottingham Forest in the first of two games being played on Sunday. Mikel Arteta’s side will be looking to put a disappointing Europa League performance behind them and a game against Nottingham Forest at The Emirates should be a walk in the park if you look at the form guide.
The Gunners have won all of their last eight Premier League games at The Emirates and have scored 14 goals in their first five home games this season. A win is a must here for Arsenal if they are to keep up their title challenge as we know that City will be relentless with their title charge. I will be backing Arteta’s side to get the win today and at the same time expect to give us some drama.
- Arsenal have won all of their last eight league games at The Emirates Stadium.
- Both teams have scored in all of Arsenal’s last nine home games.
- The Gunners have scored at least two goals in all eight home games.
- Arsenal have been winning at half-time and full-time in six of their last eight home matches.
- Forest haven’t won any of their six away games this season.
- Forest haven’t scored in any of their last four away games.
16:15 - Manchester United vs West Ham Bet Builder at 14/1 Paddy Power
- Manchester United to win
- Scamacca, Dawson and Antony all to have 1+ shot on target
Manchester United will be looking for three points at Old Trafford on Sunday but in their way stands a West Ham side that have taken 10 points from their last five games. This game will be a good measurement for the rest of the season in regards to where we see both of these sides finishing. Both clubs have ambitions for European football next season and are facing stronger challenges now more than ever before to achieve that goal.
With Raphael Varane missing out through injury it is likely that Lindelof will slot back into Manchester United’s back four. I imagine set pieces are an area where West Ham will be looking to target, as well as putting in crosses with 6ft 5in striker Scamacca going up against 5ft 9in Martinez, did anyone mention Martinez height?
- The Red Devils are unbeaten in 13 of their last 14 games at Old Trafford.
- West Ham have won just one of their last 19 games at Old Trafford.
- Manchester United are unbeaten in seven games in all competitions.
- The Hammers have taken just one point from their last four away games in the league.
* Betting odds correct at the time of publication. All odds are subject to changes.
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