Posted on 10th March 2019 @ 10:23 am


If Manchester United beat Arsenal at the Emirates in the Premier League today they will rise to the third place in the table and in great shape to qualify for the Champions League. The turnaround in results and performance has been remarkable under Ole Gunnar Solksjaer and he surely must get the permanent manager’s job. His guidance has seen United win 14, draw two and lose just one of his 17 matches in charge. They beat Arsenal away from home in the FA Cup so a win for MANCHESTER UNIRED is the bet at 21/10 with Betfair.

Manchester City beat Watford at home yesterday which leaves Liverpool four points off the pace in second place in the Premier League. The pressure is on for them to beat Burnley at Anfied today and nothing less than three points would be highly damaging. Despite some goalless draws in tough matches Liverpool have had no trouble dispatching inferior opponents. They can stay in touch with City with a convincing win and LIVERPOOL -2 is 5/4 with Paddy Power.

Chelsea could move above Arsenal with victory against Wolves at home. The visitors are battling with Watford for seventh place and potentially qualification for the Europa League. Wolves have played five league matches in London this season and are unbeaten in those fixtures. On first glance Chelsea are in decent shape but the value of their recent form is questionable, Wolves can secure the DRAW and that outcome is 16/5 with Betfair.

It’s the eve of the eve of the Cheltenham Festival but Naas has produced a great fixture with €227,000 in prize money up for the grabs. The highlight is the Leinster National over three miles at 4.50. It’s a wide open handicap but on form and ratings the horse to back is DE NAMES ESCAPES ME at with 9/2 Paddy Power.

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