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English Premier League Match Week 27 Tips and Previews, Saturday 6th March

The Manchester Derby takes centre stage for Matchweek 27 as well roll into more season-defining games for clubs at either spectrum of the Premier League table.

The Manchester Derby takes centre stage for Matchweek 27 as well roll into more season-defining games for clubs at either spectrum of the Premier League table. 

We’ve scoured through the matches and landed on our best bets throughout the weekend and it all starts with Arsenal playing Burnley.

burnley v arsenal

march 6th 11:30am

Arsenal make the trip to Turf Moor with its sights set on revenge when it faces Burnley on Saturday night. 

Sean Dyche’s men got the better of Arsenal at The Emirates earlier this season with an upset 1-0 victory courtesy of a Pierre Emerick Aubameyang own goal. 

Mikel Arteta’s side must face top-four chasing London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United in the top flight this month, in addition to a European double-header against Olympiacos, but they need only look to the reverse fixture in December for evidence that they cannot afford to overlook Saturday’s match either.

Arsenal will certainly arrive at Turf Moor in confident mood following their last two results, producing arguably their two most impressive wins of the season in those two games with the most recent being a dominant 3-1 display against Leicester. 

Whether that improvement comes in time for a late top-four push remains to be seen, but Arsenal has left itself with a mountain to climb if it wishes to play European football next year. 

Europa League glory seemingly offers a more realistic route into next season’s Champions League at this stage of the campaign but that should not perturbe what is a squad laden with far greater talent than that of Burnley. 

Arteta’s men have been beaten 11 times in the league this season – only in 2017-18 have they suffered more defeats in a 38-game Premier League campaign – and they have also failed to score in 10 league outings – one short of equalling an unwanted club record.

Burnley have not been able to notch up a victory in the league through its last four games but did pinch a result against Leicester on Thursday morning. 

Arsenal wingers Nicholas Pepe and Willian are likely to cause dramas for the Burnley back four. 

The pair put in brilliant shifts against Leicester on Monday morning and look set to do the same again. 

Expecting Arsenal to march away with a comfortable win here. 

Prediction: Burnley 0 Arsenal 2

Suggested Bet: Arsenal head to head at $1.62 

Suggested Same Game Multi: 
Leg 1: Arsenal head to head 
Leg 2: Nicholas Pepe to score anytime 
Combined odds = $3  

liverpool v fulham

March 8th 1:00am

Liverpool head into the fixture after yet another home defeat this against Chelsea on Thursday morning. 

It was a Mason Mount 42nd minute strike from outside the box that fatally wounded Liverpool and The Reds need to take full advantage of a relegation bound Fulham who is itself in its own struggle. 

A victory over Fulham would offer Jurgen Klopp and his men separation from Aston Villa and Tottenham who continue to bear down on the Premier League champions. 

However, it’s been a horrendous run of late for them Liverpool at Anfield over the past five games – which included humiliating defeats to Merseyside rivals Everton and Manchester City, Brighton and Burnley.

Liverpool have not been able to notch up a win at Anfield since it’s 7-0 pummelling of Crystal Palace as injuries continue to take their toll on the squad. 

Despite being stowed away at the bottom of the table for the majority of the season, Scott Parker actually has his squad travelling well and if not for a disgraceful VAR decision that took away their equalising goal against Tottenham, they would arguably be undefeated in six fixtures. 

But alas, much to the dismay of Parker, he and his men would sense an opportunity to snag a result against a Liverpool team who are nowhere near its best. 

Suggested Bets: Head to head draw at $5.25 & Fulham head to head at $9

Manchester City v Manchester United

march 8th 3:30am

The Manchester Derby. 

First versus second. 

What a way to bring in a new week as the tearaway leaders of the Premier League Manchester City trade blows with arch-enemy Manchester United. 

After a stuttering start to the season, Pep Guardiola’s men have been absolutely ruthless over the past couple of months, winning an astonishing 21 straight games across all competitions, including 15 in the Premier League. 

Manchester United were on level peggings with their cross-town rivals only a month ago but The Citizens have raced 14 points clear at the top of the table and a win here will only serve to rub salt in the wound of their title challengers.

With that being the case, Manchester United is actually unbeaten in its last three Premier League games against its derby rival, winning two and drawing one, while keeping two clean sheets in the process. 

City did get the business done over the Red Devils in the EFL Cup semi-final recently, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men are unbeaten in their last 21 away Premier League matches and would love nothing more than to put a stop to City’s procession here.

The task will not be at all easy though, as Manchester City has not trailed for a single minute in any of its last 19 Premier League games – if it continues that form it will be a new record in the competition’s history surpassing Arsenal’s 19 matches between Dec 1998-May 1999. 

They will also set a new club record of 29 games unbeaten across all competitions if they avoid defeat here.

Man City’s Sergio Agüero has scored nine goals in 16 Manchester derbies in all competitions. However, eight of those nine goals came in his first eight meetings with the Red Devils, with the Argentine netting just one in his previous eight against them.

Unfortunately, for United, the undefeated away run will come to end here and City will march on towards the title. 

Suggested Bet: Manchester City head to head at $1.50 

Suggested Same Game Multi: 
Leg 1: Manchester City head to head 
Leg 2: Sergio Aguero to score anytime 
Leg 3: Total goals under 2.5 
Combined odds = $7

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