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Arsenal, Chelsea and Leicester in headline 5/1 weekend treble

| 21.11.2015

Aaron Cox | November 20, 2015

Arsenal, Chelsea and Leicester star in 5/1 treble

The Premier League returns this weekend following the international break and Coral are offering customers a sensational special to celebrate its comeback. With the top-flight action returning, you can back London duo Arsenal and Chelsea and Leicester City all to triumph at an excellently enhanced 5/1.

As well as such brilliantly boosted odds, here are even more reasons why you should back this tantalising treble for Saturday’s Premier League action!

West Brom v Arsenal

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Arsenal are looking like the top-flight contenders they should be, given the quality they have on the pitch. The Gunners are kept from the summit by goal difference alone and Arsene Wenger’s men are on a run of six games unbeaten in the league, with five of those being victories.

They have also been impressive on the road this term, taking the spoils in five of their previous six away matches in England’s top division.

A clash with West Brom will not faze the north Londoners, as they haven’t lost against the Baggies in nine meetings and plundered four goals past them last term.

Tony Pulis’ side aren’t exactly great at The Hawthorns either. West Brom have only beaten lowly Sunderland in front of their own fans this season and have conceded three goals on four separate occasions domestically. A visit from an in-form Arsenal does not bode well.

Chelsea v Norwich City

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Chelsea have been showing glowing signs of improvement and the form of Eden Hazard is a real bonus as they host Norwich City at Stamford Bridge.

Joe Mourinho’s troops have not suffered defeat to the Canaries since 1994 and that shows little sign of changing here. In fact, in the last six meetings at the Bridge, the Blues have rattled in 19 goals in five successes and a single draw.

The East Anglian outfit have been finding life in the Premier League tough of late, losing four of their last five games and haven’t taken three points on their travels since the opening day against Sunderland.

Newcastle v Leicester City

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Leicester City are the success story of the division, thanks in no small part to the incredible form of Jamie Vardy. The former Fleetwood man goes for goals in 10 successive matches when the Foxes host a suspect Newcastle United team. Another strike for Vardy would see him equal Manchester legend Ruud van Nistelrooy’s record.

Claudio Ranieri has done a splendid job since arriving at Leicester, his team have lost just one game all season domestically and that record changing here seems unthinkable, with the visitors fresh off the back of three consecutive victories.

The Toon have still not settled into their campaign. They have already lost six games in the league and have just one success at St James’ Park this term.

Steve McClaren’s charges have been breached 22 times and with Vardy and co in such fine fettle, they could be in for a long afternoon here.


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Jamie Clark

Athletics aficionado, die-hard snooker fan and Crystal Palace supporter Jamie has written for Coral since February 2014 after spells with Soccerlens and the Press Association as a digital journalist and copywriter. A former East Midlands sports correspondent and Bwin tipster, he is a graduate of both the University of York and University of Sheffield, with a Masters in web journalism from the latter.