The season is really hotting up now and as it enters its second third, points are precious to every team. For this Saturday’s action we have a both teams to score five-fold, paying just over 15/1 with Bet365.
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Both Teams to Score Betting Tip
Manchester City v Arsenal 8/13
The early kick off for Saturdays schedule is surely going to produce a festive cracker. Manchester City will be looking for all three points as they intend to make their bid for the title; the sky blues currently sit in 4th position and will be starting this match full of optimism after their last competitive match in Europe. A five goal thriller on Tuesday in the UEFA Champions League witnessed the ex Premier League champions defeat a Bayern side that has been more than powerful this season, without losing in over thirty eight games. Arsenal on the other hand will be wanted to bounce back from their 2-0 defeat in Naples and win here will see the North London outfit regarded as “real” title contenders this season. Both teams will also be hoping to secure a lead, as they are both unbeaten in their last four league encounters.
West Ham United v Sunderland 5/6:
Three points is a must for both of these teams and match that is certain to produce a tight encounter, but goals will be needed as both teams linger in and around the dreaded relegation zone. West Ham have only won once in their last five games, and Big Sam will need to rally his troops because they sit in 17th position, holding thirteen points similar to Fulham in 16th position. Fulham have also found their feet after their recent victory at home against Aston Villa, therefore West Ham will need to find something here before they get dragged under further in relegation suffocation. Sunderland could find themselves bottom at Christmas if they fail to perform at Upton Park. Poyet has only managed to gain four points in their last five league games. The black cats sit on eight points and are already four points behind Crystal palace who have recently found their winning jewels.
Huddersfield v Reading 8/11:
Huddersfield welcome a Reading side that is eyeing up a quick return to the Barclays Premier League, but the sky blue and white stripes will sure to put up a force. Huddersfield, as compared to last season have been performing better and they too have high hopes of promotion, an expectation that features a play off position. In their last five games, the rugby town has scored in each match and were on a three game winning streak until they went to Portman Road to face Ipswich. Reading will also be looking to bounce back after their dismal display at home, losing against newly promoted seaside resort, Bournemouth. Before that match up, Reading were on a four game unbeaten streak, including an impressive away victory against Nottingham Forest and producing a strong result at home against QPR.
Bradford v Leyton Orient 8/11:
Bradford will be hoping for a victory at Valley Parade against the side top of the league if they wish to enter the play offs, a win here could also show their credentials. Bradford came out fighting in their last four games, scoring nine goals and winning away against MK Dons who are also seen as promotion candidates. Leyton Orient will be travelling to Bradford with the aim of continuing normal league business, gaining maximum points to stay top of League one and try to push the Wolves away, who are on forty three points, similar to the O’s. Goals here will increase goal difference for the O’s who are on twenty-five compared with Wolves twenty-one goal difference total.
Wimbledon v Mansfield 5/6:
Wimbledon host newly promoted side, Mansfield on the weekend in hope of producing a clean slate of form. The dons currently sit in 12th position and a win on Saturday could boost the blue and yellows into 10th position. Mansfield have also been in torrid form, without a win in five, including four losses on the bounce. The East Midland side will be hoping to eradicate this winless streak. A win here for Mansfield can help them peal away from the relegation dogfight that only features a two-point gap from 22nd position. Both teams have shown their goalmouth ability in their last four games, which will surely pave away for the dogfight to continue in this match up.
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