Arsenal, Arsenal, Arsenal.
If you thought Arsene Wenger’s last days were peak-banter era for the club, you were wrong.
Unai Emery really upped the stakes before Freddie Ljungberg was handed the ultimate hospital pass, until something changes all bets on the Gunners are off.
One of the lads in the office backed Brighton to win with 70 minutes gone at 11/1 which gets the Liquid Betting™ stamp.
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After dipping our toes into Amazon’s coverage all week, it’s back to the bread and butter of Jeff and the boys on Soccer Saturday.
And what a Saturday it is; Chelsea v Everton in the early kick-off before we’re treated to the first Manchester derby of the season.
Almost as soon as the final whistle blows at the Etihad it will be time to switch over to watch Anthony Joshua try to save his career against Andy Ruiz Jr. Tasty.
Checkout Betway’s offering for today:
- MAN CITY TO WIN AND RAHEEM STERLING AND MARCUS RASHFORD TO SCORE, 9/1 WITH BETWAY AND GET A FREE £5 BET – An all-England affair in the Manchester derby? We like.
- MASON MOUNT TO ASSIST TAMMY ABRAHAM, 6/1 WITH BETWAY – This could be the partnership that wins England the World Cup 2022.
Fancy either of those, Bets Clubbers?
Leicester are the Premier League’s clean sheet merchants and they were at it again at home to Watford (who’d have guessed that?).
It was the seventh time in their last 11 games that the Foxes have stopped the opposition from scoring as Caglar Soyuncu and Jonny Evans become the Midland’s answer to Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand.
They’re away to Aston Villa tomorrow and Betway will give you 5/2 on Leicester to win and keep a clean sheet.
A special mention goes to what should be your weekly banker from here on in – Liverpool winning and both teams scoring. The Merseyside derby was the 15th time it has happened this season.
Thursday’s action was a real toughie to predict.
Yes Arsenal are bad, but did anyone really think they would get overturned by Brighton at the Emirates?
If they were the last leg of your acca then our condolences go out to you friends.
Up in Yorkshire Newcastle pulled out a 2-0 win at everyone’s favourite second club Sheffield United.
To be fair, they held on for a draw to City last weekend so maybe we should have seen it coming.
UP THE TICS
After a midweek hiatus Wigan are back and that means our weekly bet for them to be losing at half time and winning at full time is back.
Why? Well why the hell not.
A trip to Luton, who have lost four of their last five games and got humped 7-0 by Brentford last time out, looks like the perfect opportunity to concede early and turn it round in the second half.
That’s a tidy 22/1 with Betway.
THE CASH OUT
Have a look at these for some Saturday inspiration:
- Treat yourself to a pie at the game: Liverpool, Spurs and Fulham to win, 3/1 with Betway
- Get an extra round in the pub tonight: Preston and Brentford both to win, 8/1 with Betway
- We’re booking flights to Vegas straight away: Crystal Palace, Charlton, Coventry and Gillingham all to win, 82/1 with Betway
Go well, Bets Clubbers.