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Gladbach can keep pressure on leaders

Gladbach can keep pressure on leaders

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Borussia Monchengladbach head to RB Leipzig this afternoon in second spot in the Bundesliga table and look good value to come away with all three points.

Borussia Monchengladbach to win @ 57/20

Gladbach have managed three wins in a row going into this fixture at the Red Bull Arena and their away form has been solid too with seven points from the last 12 available.

Leipzig are yet to taste defeat at home this season with four wins and two draws in six games so far. This is a big ask for the visitors, but Leipzig were in action in midweek as they lost in Salzburg in the Europa League and that gives Gladbach an advantage.

The hosts have failed to win three of their five games after a European fixture this season and manager Ralf Rangnick named a strong team in Austria. Leipzig have also lost three of their last five games in all competitions and at a big price Gladbach look worth the risk this afternoon.

Arsenal to win @ 8/5

We’re treated to a derby day in the Premier League with a north London Derby the second of three fixtures.

Spurs may have held the edge over Arsenal in recent seasons with two wins in the last three meetings but they haven’t won at the Emirates Stadium in over eight years.

Both sides were in action in midweek but Arsenal rotated for their Europa League commitments, while Spurs played their best XI in their Champions League win over Inter and fatigue could have an impact on the visitors.

The Gunners have drawn their last three in a row at home but are unbeaten since a loss to Manchester City in August on their own patch and can get back to winning ways against their fierce rivals.

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