Monday, November 19, 2018

Manchester City 4/9 to beat Arsenal in Sunday’s Premier League clash

Competition: Premier League

Market: Manchester City to beat Arsenal

Odds: 4/9 @ Bet365

The Premier League is back this weekend with a collection of incredibly important games as the international break looms large. The Champions League was in full flow in the week and it saw a number of interesting results, with Manchester City a side that impressed massively. Their opponents on Sunday are Arsenal, who struggled to a 0-0 draw with Red Star Belgrade in the Europa League on Thursday.

Manchester City have been awesome this season. 10 games, nine wins and one draw shows just how powerful they have been, while 35 goals and just six conceded displays the fact that there are few weaknesses in the side. A 4-2 win over Napoli in the week consolidated their place at the top of their Champions League group, and they will now be looking to maintain this in their game against an Arsenal side that have been renowned for their lack of a backbone in recent season.

Arsenal, on the other hand, have had to arrest a slump in recent weeks that threatened to derail their campaign before it had really begun. Following their victory over Swansea last weekend though, the Gunners have been able to cut the gap between themselves and third-placed Tottenham to just one point. With City nine points clear of the Gunners and five clear of their nearest rivals Manchester United, all of the top sides will be desperate to see Arsenal win so that they too can close the gap on City. However, Pep Guardiola’s men are in fine form and Bet365 are giving them odds of 4/9 to beat Arsenal.

Bet: Manchester City to beat Arsenal in Sunday’s Premier League showdown: 4/9 @ Bet365>>


Benjamin Darvill

Ben is an English and creative writing graduate that is now working his way up in the world of sports journalism. Having been writing for the last four years, Ben has written for a number of websites specialising in sport, with football a particular passion. He is a long-suffering England fan and eternal optimist when it comes to the Three Lions.



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