Gary Lineker makes a bold Arsenal admission

Gary Lineker has finally admitted Arsenal are the real deal and will win the Premier League.

Mikel Arteta’s side is having a good season as they continue to win one game after another in the Premier League.

Considered just a top-four challenger at the start of the season, Arsenal could do much better after moving eight points clear at the top of the EPL table.

The Gunners remain outsiders to win the title, with Manchester City continuing to be most people’s favourites to be crowned champions.

However, after watching the Gunners sweep aside Antonio Conte’s men yesterday, Gary Lineker admits they will win the league.

He tweeted:

“Arsenal will win the Premier League title this year.”

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It is easy to support Arsenal now when you consider how far Mikel Arteta’s men have come, so it is not a surprise that Lineker has admitted we will win.

But Arteta and his men must keep the standards high and continue to do what is required of them to eventually achieve success.

The Spaniard has been an amazing gaffer and the remaining months of the season will test if he has what it takes to lead this club to success.

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  1. FACTS, not OPINIONS state we are bookies favourites now for the title. The article was factually wrong, as it so often is!

    IMO, we are not favourites but the bookies say we are.

    1. That just means the bookies only want money on Arsenal at the moment at odds they dictate – odds which eliminate their overall risk.

      They will have taken lots of money on City at short odds in the past so they’ll be looking to offset it now.

      Bottom line: bookies’ odds do not reflect the probability of something happening; they reflect the overall book position and which outcomes they need people to bet on at the time at the odds are offered. A book can be arranged so that they make money whatever the outcome – simple as that.

      The days of the old “Irish home town horse scenario” are long gone 🙂

  2. If we beat UTD next weekend and City drop points to Spurs on Thursday then this could be a game changer. Utd also play away to Palace on Wednesday.

    Fixtures went our way last week so why not again this week

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