Considering that Tottenham are the only unbeaten team in the Premier League I am expecting to get a nice price on Arsenal in Sunday’s big game, so it’s time to do a little research to see if we can all make some easy money against the Spuds as well as getting the ultimate satisfaction of playing them off the park!
To start with we have the excellent price of even money (double your money bet!) on a simple Arsenal win, but also I’ve just found out that you can get 7/1 with either Betfair or 888Sport if you sign up through biggestfreebets.com, who will be adding any new offers on the Arsenal games as they come through. And you get to bet with the bookies money!
Spurs supporters (and many Gooners) may be tempted by the 5/2 on offer for the draw, considering neither team are in the habit of losing. It may be worth noting that Tottenham are becoming a bit of a draw specialist. In fact 4 of their last 6 have ended in a stalemate….
But I personally am in a much more confident frame of mind, considering the great form of Arsenal, and the length of Tottenham’s injury list. Also the listless display of the Spud’s in their midweek defeat by Bayer Leverkusen does not augur well for the visitors.
The thing that has persuaded me the most is the Spuds current form. Did you know that have not won ANY of their last six games in all competitions, and haven’t won an away game since CSKA Moscow back in September. Meanwhile our beloved Arsenal have won 5 out of our last 6 (in fact 10 out of our last 11). If that doesn’t fill you with confidence then what will? What about we have only lost one of our last 25 at home? Sound good?
So, in conclusion, my head is telling me that Arsenal will interrupt Spurs unbeaten run, but not only that I think they will win by at least 2 clear goals, so my banker bet for Sunday is Arsenal to win at -1 on the handicap at a very juicy 5/2. I will probably also have a little extra on the Gunners at -2 (at 6/1) in case we just blitz them off the field. We want to completely destroy their morale don’t we???
Onwards and Upwards! COYG!