Arsenal, Swansea and Liverpool a special 7/1 all to win
Back this three-fold this weekend that sees Arsenal and Liverpool travel to grounds where they sport fantastic records and Swansea City look to continue their remarkable start to the season.
Each side are favourites for their respective encounters and for good reason, making our 7/1 price an absolute steal for Saturday’s fixtures. Below, we tell you why your money is in good hands.
Aston Villa v Arsenal
Arsenal head to Villa Park with a sensational record behind them to give wind to their sales, having not lost in their last 15 visits. The north London outfit are understandably odds-on 10/11 favourites to come away from the West Midlands with three points.
More encouraging news for the Gunners faithful presents itself in the form of Danny Welbeck’s recent record against Villa. The new signing from Manchester United has scored three goals in his last two Premier League starts against them. Welbeck is therefore joint-favourite to open the scoring at 5/1, alongside Alexis Sanchez.
Arsene Wenger’s men are only one of three sides left who remain unbeaten this season after four rounds of matches, and their recent history in this fixture suggests that won’t be changing come 16:45 on Saturday.
Swansea v Southampton
Garry Monk’s Swansea enter this fixture in electric form, having won five of their last six in all competitions and sport a 100 per cent win record at the Liberty Stadium. The Swans are 6/4 to continue their rich home form.
Swansea have only used 16 players thus far this season, the lowest in the league. That continuity has played a vital role in seeing the Swans surge up to third in the top-flight table.
Nathan Dyer goals and Gylfi Sigurdsson’s assists have been crucial to the Welsh side’s meteoric rise, and the former is priced at 11/4 to score anytime once again.
West Ham v Liverpool
Saturday’s 17:30 kick-off showcases Liverpool’s visit to the Boleyn Ground to face West Ham.
Brendan Rodgers men are unbeaten in their last eleven league encounters with the Hammers, and the latter enter the game with only one win in their last six games in all competitions. Such stats lend credence to the Reds’ odds-on 4/5 price.
After opening his Liverpool account in the Champions League mid-week, Mario Balotelli is backed as 9/4 favourite to score first and register his first Premier League goal since returning to England.
Liverpool have also scored 33 goals in their last 11 top-flight games, which is bad news for Sam Allardyce’s men.