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Brighton could add to Wenger’s woes

Brighton could add to Wenger’s woes


The Premier League action continues on Sunday and there are two potential barnstormers, starting with the early game between Arsenal and Brighton.

It barely needs mentioning what a nightmare week it has been for the Gunners, being embarrassed by Manchester City twice in quick succession.

Sunday’s game will be no simple trip to the seaside and the Seagulls will be buoyed after smashing Swansea 4-1 last time out.

The Amex has been kind to Chris Hughton’s men and, all things considered, 29/10 is an excellent price for the home win.

Confidence must be shot at the Emirates but Arsene Wenger will see this as the perfect chance to get back on track.

However, this is the type of the game they have a habit of slipping up in and it may well be another tough afternoon.

Brighton have won their last three at the Amex and 10/11 for them on the double chance is undoubtedly worth a look.

The late game sees Manchester City welcome Chelsea to the Etihad in what could be a Premier League classic.

After winning the EFL Cup against Arsenal last Sunday, the Citizens were just as brilliant on Thursday in their repeat 3-0 win over the Gunners.

It means they are now just four wins away from wrapping up the Premier League title and having dominated during their previous 1-0 win over Stamford Bridge, they will strive to do the same.

The Blues remain somewhat of an enigma following a season of taking one step forward and then two back.

Last weekend’s 2-1 defeat at Manchester United has put a serious strain on their top-four hopes and another defeat would only make things worse.

Antonio Conte will be demanding a response from his troops but it may well be a case of too little, too late.

The home win is just 20/33 so it might be an idea to go for more and after keeping clean sheets in their last two outings, the home win to zero makes sense at 7/4.

These game are also traditionally fiery and it may also be worth a nibble on the 59/20 for over 0.5 red cards.

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