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Sergio Aguero and Alexis Sanchez a terrific anytime scorer double

With Premier League action returning to our screens this weekend, it means there’s money to be made on sensational specials, as Sergio Aguero and Alexis Sanchez offered at a tantalising 10/3 to net anytime against their respective opposition. Read on to find out why this is such a sensational selection!

Aguero returns from international duty after three goals and two great performance against Bolivia and Mexico for Argentina, while previously in the Premier League, he has looked back to his very best in Manchester City’s matches so far this season.

Not only does have the likes of David Silva, Jesus Navas, Samir Nasri and Aleksandar Kolarov laying goals on for him as he did last season, but also now there is a resurgent Yaya Toure, plus two outstanding new signings.

Speed merchant Raheem Sterling and assists machine Kevin De Bruyne, who carved open nearly every Bundesliga defence last season while at Wolfsburg. With Aguero playing in front of him, there should be chances aplenty against a susceptible Crystal Palace rearguard.

Sanchez, meanwhile, was the star of the show last season, as Arsenal beat Stoke City 3-0 at the Emirates and he bagged a brace.

Odds of 6/5 to score anytime in the individual match betting reflect why this is such a sensational special, and the Chilean has looked impressive this term and was the difference in the Gunners’ 2-1 win over Crystal Palace. He also struck the winner for Chile in midweek, helping them to a 3-2 win over Paraguay

Manager Arsene Wenger issued glowing praise on the player recently: “Alexis has that desire to go forward and provoke chaos in the defences because he has a go at you, to run at people and that creates danger.

“He is already better than when he arrived,” Wenger continued. “What Sanchez has is in the first two yards is that he is lightning quick. He has that explosive attitude linked with his spirit, which makes him even more spectacular.”