arsenal1819Our featured English Premier League fixtures taking place on Sunday focus on the race for a top four finish as Spurs host Leicester and West Ham take on Arsenal




Note, odds are correct at the time of writing but are subject to change


Spurs 11/25 Draw 19/5 Leicester 6/1


Spurs are fifth, 2 points behind Arsenal and the North London clubs look to have the fight to finish fourth between them. After reeling off 6 wins in 7 matches Spurs have faltered in their last 2 games, losing 1-0 at home to Brighton and more recently playing out a 0-0 draw at Brentford. After this Spurs visit Liverpool and then host Arsenal before a home game against Burnley and a visit to Norwich.


The main focus for mid table Leicester is the Europa Conference League and they played out a 1-1 at home to Roma in the first leg of the semi finals in midweek. The return takes place on Thursday of next week so their team sheet will make for interesting reading. Leicester drew 0-0 at home to Villa last week and their most recent road trip, to Everton, finished 1-1.


The Verdict:


Spurs haven't registered an attempt on target in their last 2 matches but with Leicester having a keen eye on Europe this is an opportunity to get back on track.

Leicester don't keep many clean sheets away from home and they have developed a habit of conceding twice on their travels whilst head to head history with Spurs suggests a high scoring game.


I'm battling to find anything I really like but will nibble at Harry Kane to score at least twice.


Bets: Player to score at least 2 goals, Harry Kane? (yes) at 17/4


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West Ham 18/5 Draw 29/10 Arsenal 3 / 4


West Ham lost the first leg of their Europa League semi final 2-1 to Frankfurt on Thursday and they have it all to do in the return in Germany next week. The Europa League run has probably had an impact on Premier League form with West Ham having lost 4 of their last 7 league games to fall out of contention for a top 4 finish.


Arsenal have found their form again, emerging from a run of 3 successive defeats with wins at Chelsea 4-2 and most recently at home to Manchester United 3-1.

After this they host Leeds before trips to Spurs and Newcastle and they finish up at home to Everton.


The Verdict:


Arsenal have a really good recent record against West Ham and as is the case with Spurs, their opponents involvement in Europe could be a big factor in their favour. West Ham would be a handful on their day but I will go with Arsenal to come out on top, albeit by the minimum margin.


Bets: Arsenal to win by 1 goal exactly at 11/4


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