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  • Chris Sobey


Arsenal were on fire during their Europa League quarter-final first-leg against CSKA Moscow last night at the Emirates and Ramsey and Lacazette were the heroes on the night, both bagging a first half brace. Arsenal were 4-1 up by halftime, but the second half failed to live up to the excitement of the first, ending goalless, and this put Arsenal within touching distance of the semi-finals.

The weekend domestic football action kicks-off tonight with a cracker of a top of the table clash between leaders Wolves and second-placed Cardiff at the Cardiff City Stadium. Cardiff have home advantage, which is a big positive, and they are ranked one for their league home form this season and Wolves can boast the best away record in the league this season. A win for Wolves would send them nine points clear at the top, if Cardiff win they will be only three points behind Wolves with a game in hand, and with so much at stake we should be in for an entertaining encounter. From a betting perspective past statistics suggest their will be goals and backing Over 2.5 Goals should return a profit.

The top-class domestic football action continues Saturday with the traditional Premier League lunchtime kick-off and it’s a classic Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton at Goodison. Everton don’t have a great record in this corresponding fixture winning only three of the last nineteen and none of the last six, drawing five of them. Liverpool are riding high at present and will be in very confident mood after their world class midweek Champions League 3-0 win against Premier League leaders Manchester City. From a betting perspective Liverpool to win does look like the best option as they’ve performed well in this corresponding fixture overall and are in such good form at present, on par with Man City, who coincidently beat Everton at Goodison in the league last weekend 3-1.

The top-class Premier League action continues with the traditional tea-time kick-off and it’s a blockbuster between derby rivals Manchester United and Manchester City at the Etihad. The clash has extra spice added to it as if City win they will be confirmed Premier League champions, while United will be hell bent on spoiling their chance to celebrate winning the title early in front of their adoring fans, as it’s humiliating for them to experience. For City it will be a much-needed tonic after their demoralising Champions League loss against Liverpool midweek. From a betting perspective backing Under 2.5 Goals is worth considering as most of the corresponding fixtures ended with less than three goals scored, including the last three.

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