Arsenal, Chelsea, Roma, Atletico Madrid in awesome acca
Coral offered an enhanced price of 2/1 on home wins for Arsenal against West Brom and Chelsea over Norwich, as well as away victories for both Roma at Catania and Atletico Madrid at Levante.
Arsenal v West Brom
Having had hopes of winning the league earlier in the season, Arsenal have now secured Champions League football for next term.
Since losing 3-0 at Goodison Park, the Gunners have won their last three matches scoring nine and conceding just once, whilst the Baggies have tasted success in just two of their last 14 away league games.
Arsenal attacker Lukas Podolski has scored four goals in his last three, following braces against both West Ham United and Hull City. The German international is 4/1 to grab the first goal of the game and 5/4 to score anytime.
Chelsea v Norwich
It has certainly been another eventful week for Chelsea after their 2-0 win at Anfield was followed by the disappointment of crashing out of the Champions League. .
The Canaries travel to Stamford Bridge desperate for points having dropped into the relegation zone following five successive defeats.
Eden Hazard has found himself embroiled in a public argument with Jose Mourinho following criticism of his manager’s tactics.
Belgian international Hazard is 4/1 to do his talking on the pitch and net first, while a 4-0 Blues win is 10/1 – a scoreline that has occurred three times in the past five fixtures between these sides in London.
Catania v Roma
Having picked up 85 points, lost just two games and conceded just 19 goals all season, Roma have found themselves very unlucky not to be picking up the Serie A title this term.
Rudi Garcia’s men have won their last nine games, and should make it into double figures as they travel to bottom of the league side Catania.
Although they are not down yet, Catania are currently five points from safety following a run of seven defeats in eight matches.
Roma managed to win the reverse fixture 4-0 back in December, with the same result priced at 18/1 here.
Levante v Atletico Madrid
After securing their place in the Champions League final against Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid must now ensure that they can now go on and win La Liga.
Diego Simeone’s side are just two wins away from becoming the first side since Valencia in 2004 to break the El Clasico dominance of the Spanish top-flight. .
They have lost just three league games all season, which have come at Espanyol, Almeria and Osasuna, and are currently on a run of nine successive victories.
Simeone’s success has been built upon a rock-solid defence that has conceded just 22, eight less than any other team.
Eight of Atletico’s last nine wins have been to nil and it is 4/7 they again claim three points without conceding.