Arsenal recorded their fourth straight win when beating second from bottom Stoke 3-0 in the Premier League yesterday, but they were made to sweat and work hard for the win with all three goals from Aubameyang and Lacazette coming in the last fifteen minutes. Spurs continued their impressive form with an emphatic come from behind 3-1 win away at south London Chelsea yesterday and the fact top-scorer Kane was missing due to injury made the win even more impressive.
The frantic domestic Easter Bank Holiday football action continues today with a full set of Championship and League One and Two fixtures. In the Championship the play-off battle is wide open with only two points separating fifth and tenth place. Millwall are now in eighth, a point off the play-off places, and on current form they have a great chance of reaching the play-offs having won seven of their last eight in the league overall. From a betting perspective they should be able to continue that form today and record their fifth straight league win away at Ipswich.
In League One Charlton have looked like a different side since parting ways with manager Karl Robinson and with the play-offs still a realistic chance for them there’s no reason why they can’t make it three league wins in a row at home to Rotherham today. I also think Doncaster can beat struggling Wimbledon at the Keepmoat Stadium this afternoon and Plymouth looked overpriced again away to Scunthorpe who have not won any of their last ten league games.