Premier League Round-Up: 29/01/2019

Premier League Round-Up: 29/01/2019

Arsenal vs Cardiff City

Unai Emery will be expecting his men to secure a simple enough three points this Tuesday when his Arsenal outfit takes on a struggling Cardiff City. The Gunners head into matchday 24 sat in fifth place with Manchester United hot on their tails in sixth. After securing a comfortable 2-0 win over Chelsea in their previous match, Arsenal will be highly motivated to see off Cardiff City. The Bluebirds head into this fixture sat down in 18th after 23 games and look set to pick up another loss against Arsenal. Cardiff’s last fixture saw them lose 3-0 to Newcastle United which marked their fourth game without a win across all competitions. The hosts are clear favourites and have odds of 1/4 with Bet365, while Cardiff sits at 9/1 with SkyBet.

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Fulham vs Brighton

Fulham returns to Craven Cottage this Tuesday looking to pick up three points against a tough Brighton outfit. Fulham’s miserable season continues with each passing week and they remain down in the relegation zone as they head into matchday 24. The Cottagers have lost their last four matches which includes a 2-1 loss to Oldham Athletic in the FA Cup. Chris Hughton will be hoping to add three points to his sides season total after this fixture even though they arrive off the back of two losses. The Seagulls defeats came to Liverpool and most recently Manchester United. Despite their poor form this season, the hosts are favourites with odds of 11/8 at Betway and SkyBet have Brighton priced at 21/10.

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Wolves vs West Ham United

Wolves will attempt to hold onto their slender one-point lead over West Ham this Tuesday when they both meet at the Molineux Stadium. The hosts sit up in eighth after what has been an impressive first half to the Premier League season. Wolves recently took on Liverpool in the FA Cup and shocked many when they won 2-1, however, this win was followed by a 3-0 loss to Manchester City. But, Wolves did bounce back with a 4-3 win over Leicester City. The Hammers head into this fixture after losing out to Bournemouth last weekend, but before this had secured three points against Arsenal. Bet365 have Wolves to win priced at 1/1 and their opponents at 11/4.

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Huddersfield Town vs Everton

Huddersfield Town remains down at rock bottom in the Premier League and looks set for relegation by the end of the season, but this Tuesday they will go up against Everton looking to salvage their season. The Terriers have secured just two wins all season which is joined by five draws and a huge 16 losses. Their latest fixture saw them lose 3-0 to Manchester City. The Toffees have struggled with their consistency this season which has, in turn, held them back, they currently sit in eleventh with 30 points. Marco Silva was left disappointed last weekend when his side lost out to Southampton when they won 2-1. Huddersfield are priced at 10/3 with SkyBet to secure the win, whereas, Everton sit at 19/20 with Betway.

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Manchester United vs Burnley

Ole Gunnar Solskjær looks to extend his perfect run in charge of Manchester United this Tuesday with a simple enough win over Burnley at Old Trafford. United have looked a much better side since the take over by Ole Gunnar Solskjær with them playing much more attacking football. They have now won seven games on the bounce following their 2-1 victory over Brighton and sit on equal points with Arsenal in sixth. Burnley find themselves in some of their best form this season with them going five games without a loss and along the way have secured four wins across all competitions. United are priced at 2/7 with SkyBet, while their opponents sit at a price of 12/1 with 

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