Arsenal v Brighton & Hove Albion
On Sunday, Chris Hughton’s Brighton side travel to the Emirates to face an in-form Arsenal side. Since the 4-0 loss to Liverpool, Arsenal has not lost. Arsene Wenger must be delighted with how his side has responded.
In Brighton, his side welcomes a side that has the potential to cause an upset. A 1-0 win against Newcastle in their last game gave Hughton’s side their first win in 3, but he’ll know how difficult this will be for his side.
Expect goals at the Emirates – Arsenal is scoring plenty recently and Brighton has shipped plenty.
Asian Handicap Betting Recommendation: Arsenal -2.25 at 2.610
Everton v Burnley
Everton has now won two of their last three games, beating Sunderland and Bournemouth and drawing with APOEL. Ronald Koeman and the Everton fans will be a lot happier with that type of form.
On Sunday they welcome a Burnley side to Goodison that have caused their fair share of upsets already this year. Chelsea, Tottenham, and Liverpool have all dropped points to Sean Dyche’s men this year and Everton could be added to that list.
If Dyche can get his side to play the way they have in recent times, with the likes of Sam Vokes causing problems, Koeman’s men could suffer.
Asian Handicap Betting Recommendation: Burnley 0.25 at 2.930
Newcastle v Liverpool
Jurgen Klopp could do with a win. Whilst the faithful Liverpool fans still have plenty of faith in his project, a win would do well to appease the few that doubt him.
Former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez will be hoping to foil any plans to bounce back that Klopp has, with his sights firmly set on 3 points towards their relegation fight.
The return of Sadio Mane could be key, but the Liverpool attacking force should give Newcastle’s defenders plenty to worry about. Klopp could rest Roberto Firmino for this one, with the Brazilian looking slack in recent weeks.
Asian Handicap Betting Recommendation: Liverpool -1.00 at 2.290
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