Previewing Sunday’s Premier League Games (April 1st)

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Date: April 1st

Arsenal host Stoke in the first of two Premier League matches on April 1st and the Gunners will be expected to collect three points against their struggling opponents. It’s been a poor season for Arsene Wenger and his side despite their impressive progress in the Europa League and the North London outfit will be looking to end the season with a modicum of pride. William Hill make them 3/10 favourites for this tie.


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There is just high chance that Arsenal will claim successive home wins. The draw, which is available at 4/1, will interest many punters and William Hill suggest that is a possibility of the points being shared. Paul Lambert’s side have been tougher to break down in recent weeks but they remain in the relegation zone. The Staffordshire club lack firepower.

William Hill have priced up “Both Teams to Score? Yes” at 67/100 but, according to other bookmakers’ algorithm, both sides could struggle to find the net.


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Arsenal are set to have a big say in the relegation battle with the Gunners scheduled to face both Southampton and West Ham in the coming weeks but they should be efficient enough to ease past the Potters and potentially push them a step closer to the Championship.

Tight Game Expected at Stamford Bridge

One of the standout games of the weekend sees Spurs make the short trip to Stamford Bridge to face Antonio Conte’s Chelsea. The visitors’ Lucas Moura is expecting a typically explosive affair and believes his side can pick up all three points and extend the gap between the near-neighbours to eight points.

Spurs are available at a tempting 21/20 and William Hill have given them a decent chance of success in this fixture.


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Chelsea’s underwhelming season looks set to continue with the Blues aren’t given much hope of picking up all three points and a defeat here will not help with the speculation surrounding Conte’s future in West London.


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