Super Sunday betting tips: Can Arsenal get back to winning ways?


Odds and preview for today’s Premier League games

The Premier League brings two tasty games today, starting with Arsenal’s trip to Bournemouth.

Following that, we head up to the Midlands as Wolves host Huddersfield Town.

The Sky Sports cameras will be bringing you both games from 1:30pm. And we’re serving up all the key odds ahead of the action…

Bournemouth v Arsenal

Arsenal have only won one of their last three games and face a potential banana skin here. They’ve not won either of their last two visits to the Vitality Stadium.

Bournemouth could move to within a point of Arsenal if they beat the Gunners at home for the second year running.  We go 23/10 that Eddie Howe’s side claim a big scalp. They’re also 3/4 in the Double Chance.

The visitors know a win will keep them within touching distance of the top four. They’re 21/20 to get the job done.

Both sides like to play on the front foot and the last four meetings have produced 16 goals. There’s 5/4 about Over 3.5 Goals this time.

Callum Wilson will fancy getting among those goals. He’ll be flying after scoring on his England debut during the international break. He’s scored in this fixture in both of the last two years too. He’s a 5/1 shot to get the opening goal.

Unai Emery will be looking to star strikers Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette to fire his team to victory. They’re 13/10 and 6/5 respectively to net.

Wolves v Huddersfield Town

After a good start, Wolves have only picked up one point from their last four games. This could be the ideal game to get them firing again.

Huddersfield haven’t won an away league game since February, a run stretching 10 games. Wolves are 1/2 to take the points.

The Terriers have got four points from their previous two games, but they’re still 19th and back at 7/1.

David Wagner’s side have only scored six league goals this term –less than any other side. The hosts are 21/20 to win to nil.

Raul Jimenez heads up the scoring markets at 7/2 to net first or 7/5 anytime.

Steve Mounie is Huddersfield’s best hope as a 7/2 anytime scorer.

Click here for the latest Premier League odds.

Big match previews, betting tips and transfer news – Coral has it all.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing

Latest Articles