In what is probably the game of the Easter weekend on Sunday, Arsenal play host to Man City at the Emirates Stadium. This is third v second in the Premiership and second v third in the Premiership form table at the time of writing so it should be a very entertaining match with Arsenal looking to secure third place and Man City still looking to win their first Premiership title despite a recent dip in form. What bets do the ValueChecker wikis suggest for this match?
According to the Arsenal ValueChecker wikis, they have been a side with a great attack but slightly leaky defence for several years now and that means Arsenal are one of the best teams for betting on over 2.5 goals. In the 10/11 Premiership season 23 of Arsenal’s 38 games had over 2.5 goals in and it was a similar story the season before, 25 of Arsenal’s league matches had over 2.5 goals in 09/10. With Man City also having a great attack but a slightly leaky defence at the moment it would be no surprise if this game was over 3.5 goals but over 2.5 goals certainly looks a good bet on this evidence.
The Man City ValueChecker wikis show that whilst Man City have been almost untouchable at home this season, it has been contrasting fortunes for Man City on their travels, all their away wins in the league since the 6-1 win at Old Trafford in October have been by a one goal margin. If looking to back Man City to win an away match there may be better value in backing them to win by a one goal margin and that looks a good bet in what should be a very close game at the Emirates on Sunday. With over 2.5 goals also predicted in this match by the Arsenal ValueChecker wikis, the correct score could easily be 2-1 or 3-2 to ManCityif they are to live up to this ValueChecker wiki.
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