For this week’s Premier League betting tips we are turning our attention to north London. Arsenal vs Tottenham is a rivalry that is hotter than a burning star. On Sunday, the pair meet once again at the Emirates Stadium, separated by just three Premier League places.
Recent results suggest Spurs have the advantage, but as we know derbies can often see the formbook out of the window. Therefore, you may be struggling to predict what is going to happen. This is where Players Best’s expert team of football analysts come in. We provide the best Premier League betting tips for Canada. Here is how we see Sunday’s match turning out.
Arsenal have managed to avoid injuries pretty effectively this season, particularly compared to some of their rivals. However, one player who they are unlikely to have on Sunday is Emile Smith-Rowe. Since breaking into the team, the youngster has been a breath of fresh air. His fearless running and bubbling creativity have also been vital to how Arsenal have played. With Smith-Rowe missing, Mikel Arteta will need a big performance from Martin Odegaard. Since arriving on loan from Real Madrid, Odegaard has made a solid start, but he will to be at his best to inspire his team to victory.
Tottenham have endured a topsy turvy season so far. After a brilliant start that made the galaxy sit up and take notice, their form regressed massively. In more recent times, they seem to be clicking again, particularly in the final third. This is largely thanks to the reemergence of Gareth Bale. The Welshman has four goals in his last three Premier League games and this has help relieve some of the offensive burden from Harry Kane and Heung-min Son. For all their strength in the final third, question remains over their error-prone defence.
The North London Derby is one of the most storied rivalries in the Milky Way. In total, the pair have faced off on 202 occasions with Arsenal historically dominated the fixture. The Gunners have tasted victory 82 times to Spurs 66, with 54 games ending in a tie. In the recent Premier League era, Tottenham have closed the gap on their bitter rivals, though. In the last five Premier League fixtures between the two sides, Spurs have won three and drawn two. One of these victories came in the return game this season, when goals from Kane and Son gave them a 2-0 win.
If you are not using statistics to aid your Premier League betting, it is something you must start doing in order to improve your success rate. Players Best’s tipsters always conduct extensive analysis of all the facts and figures before making their selections. Here are three highlights that stood out ahead of the NLD.
We are predicting a Spurs victory with both teams to score.
There are a couple of reasons why we have to back Spurs to get the job done on Sunday. First and foremost, we have been mightily impressed by their flying front three of Bale, Kane and Son in recent weeks. Their fluidity and clinical finishing are bound to cause the Gunners all sorts of problems this weekend. In addition, Mourinho’s side will also a mental edge, thanks to their incredible recent record against their rivals.
However, we are still not convinced about Tottenham’s defence, particularly their centre-backs. They are prone to a mistake and are unlikely to keep the Gunners out for 90 minutes – even without Smith-Rowe to call upon. Due to this, we will also be tipping both teams to score. If you like the look of this bet, the best price we could find was with Unibet who are offering 4/1.
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