Super Sunday Preview: City to crush Arsenal before a bore-draw at the Bridge
It’s a huge day at the top of the Prem
Super Sunday’s don’t get much bigger than this. Manchester City host Arsenal to get things going, before Chelsea welcome Manchester United and former boss Jose Mourinho to Stamford Bridge.
The two fixtures are shaping up to be unmissable encounters, and the Coral News Team are on hand to pick out the best betting angles.
Man City v Arsenal
Man City are in sensational form, and it’s rather hard to see Arsenal stopping them.
The Citizens have won 12 on the spin across Premier League and Europe, notching a mighty 46 goals in that spell.
And given that Arsenal’s defence is suspect at the best of times, that doesn’t bode well for Arsene Wenger’s men.
Up front the Gunners are a match for most top sides however, so City to win and both teams to score also appeals at 7/5.
Chelsea v Man United
Part two of Super Sunday isn’t likely to be as entertaining.
It’s not that Chelsea and Man United don’t possess the players, it’s just Jose Mourinho has a steadfast rule to these games.
United have won none of the six Premier League games when the Special One has taken them to top-six opposition.
They’ve managed to claim three draws to their credit, but the key indicator is this – they’ve scored just one goal from those six games.
So it’s probably wise to ignore the 2/1 on offer for the Red Devils to win this one.
Tottenham Hotspur v Crystal Palace
Aside from the two Sky Sports fixtures, there’s a pair of other Premier League clashes to enjoy on this bumper Sunday.
It all begins at Wembley where Crystal Palace head to Tottenham Hotspur on BT Sport.
And with the greatest of respect to the Eagles, if Spurs play like they did in trouncing Real Madrid 3-0, then they have no nope.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men are 2/7 with Coral to win, though the 4/5 on Tottenham -1 is better value.
Everton v Watford
Marco Silva’s Watford are a funny old team this season. The Hornets have been excellent at times – and should have beaten Chelsea.
But they were very poor in a 1-0 defeat to Stoke City last week.
Floundering Everton are coming back off another Europa League trip to the continent, so Watford should be much fresher and sharper.
The Hornets are good value to bounce back in this one at 13/5.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing