Arsenal, Liverpool and Southampton all to win at terrific 10/3
Coral are offering another tantalising Premier League offer for punters to enjoy, with enhanced odds of 10/3 for Arsenal, Liverpool and Southampton all to win their respective 3pm Saturday fixtures.
The Gunners take on recently battered Sunderland, Brendan Rodgers’ Reds host Hull City and the Saints welcome Stoke City on the same site where they demolished the Black Cats.
Sunderland v Arsenal
Arsene Wenger, fresh from his 65th birthday-winning victory over Anderlecht in the Champions League, goes into this game with his side on the back of beating Sunderland in their last three encounters. They are odds-on at 8/11 to win again.
The Black Cats, meanwhile, will be terribly low on morale after their confidence-crushing 8-0 defeat to the wrecking ball that are Southampton. Arsenal averaged 3.5 goals against Sunderland last season, and are 9/1 chances to score more than that once more.
Returning Welsh star Aaron Ramsey bagged a brace in this fixture last term, and is an 11/1 chance to get two or more again, or 2/1 in the anytime market.
Liverpool v Hull
The Reds come into this fixture on the back of two straight league wins, while Hull drew last time out against Arsenal. Rodgers’ men are heavily odds-on at 4/9 for victory again.
Liverpool have never lost at home to the Tigers in all competitions, winning eight out of nine of them. Last season’s fixture at Anfield ended 2-0, and that scoreline in their favour once more is a tempting 6/1.
Steven Gerrard has four goals against Hull, and the Reds skipper, who has three this term already, is a 7/4 chance in the anytime market.
Southampton v Stoke
The Saints have not lost in their previous nine home matches with Stoke, the last time was back in 1980, which is why they are odds-on favourites at 8/13 to win.
Ronald Koeman’s killers come into this encounter on the back of slaughtering Sunderland, and now find themselves up in third place, having won five of their last six league fixtures.
Graziano Pelle, who got two that day, is the man to watch once again, with the recent Italy cap aiming for his eighth goal for his new club. He is odds-on at 10/11 to score anytime, or 4/1 for two or more again.