Man City, Arsenal and Liverpool a tempting 10/3 treble
Aaron Cox | November 6, 2015
Three Premier League heavyweights line-up in Coral’s week ending treble. Victories for Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool this weekend will pay customers a thrilling 10/3, a price not to be missed.
All three teams are in rich veins of form and will be expecting to take three points from their outings on Sunday.
Arsenal host Tottenham in the north London derby in the showpiece event of the day and the Gunners will head into this clash full of confidence in the league. It’s five successive wins in the top-flight, with tricky trips to Leicester and Swansea easily overcome, as well as that superb success over Manchester United.
They are mounting a serious title tilt, and it is only goal difference that keeps them from the summit at present.
Arsene Wenger’s men have already beaten their local rivals this term, a 2-1 win in the Capital One Cup, and they have not lost to the Lilywhites in five matches at the Emirates, with four of those ending in success for the home side.
Majestic Man City
Manchester City are the only thing standing between Arsenal and the top of the league. The two-time champions will be full of confidence after their excellent display in Spain in midweek, and they will be even more encouraged by the fact they face basement club Aston Villa this weekend.
The home side have been poor at Villa Park so far, they haven’t registered a single victory in front of their own supporters in the league. In fact they have collected just one point from a possible 15, and that came against an almost equally poor Sunderland team.
In their last three games against Villa, Manuel Pellegrini’s charges have taken nine points and scored nine goals. It could be a brutal welcome for Premier League new man Remi Garde.
Reds to run riot
The Jurgen Klopp era is fully underway at Liverpool and the German is working his magic already. There’s gergenpressing galore at Anfield and it’s doing the trick. Their new boss has yet to lose a game in charge of the Reds and the atmosphere around the club is incredible.
It’s three victories in a row now for the Merseysiders and their impressive showing against Chelsea last time out has laid down a maker.
Crystal Palace have gone off the boil a touch in recent weeks. They started the season superbly but their previous four games in all competitions have resulted in one draw and three losses.
The Londoners have found the net just once in three away Premier League matches and with Liverpool’s new found solidity at the back and the in-form Christian Benteke back to fitness, there’s only one result to be expected in front of the Kop.
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