SUNDAY'S biggest game is England is Arsenal v Chelsea and you’d fancy both managers to go as strong as possible in the derby.
It’s early days for Gunners' new boss Mikel Arteta who started with a 1-1 draw at Bournemouth.
Frank Lampard showed he’s a quick learner with a tactical masterclass to beat his former boss Jose Mourinho but they’ve struggled at home and the loss to Southampton left Lamps threatening to wield the axe.
Chelsea were easy 2-0 winners at Spurs though and as they play better away can follow up with victory at the Emirates as Arteta finds his feet.
We all know the Gunners’ problems are in defence and the pace of Chelsea’s young guns is frightening. Willian was the star turn against Spurs and I fancy the Brazilian to score again at 9-4 with William Hill.
Liverpool’s 4-0 win at Leicester just about sealed the title and Jurgen Klopp’s men should tomorrow beat a Wolves side who played Manchester City on Friday night, coming back from 2-0 down to beat 10 men 3-2 in a thriller.
Sheffield United remain unbeaten on the road after an incredible first half of the season and will head to Man City full of confidence.
Guardiola will make changes after the Wolves match as it’s such a quick turnaround. The Blades could avoid defeat and are 4-1 at Ladbrokes to do so.
In League One I like Doncaster at home to a Sunderland side without a win in nine and Swindon, four wins in five, look best bets at Port Vale as Eoin Doyle tries to score for the 12th league game in a row. He is 21-20 with bet365 to net.
- Liverpool & Btts
- Doyle to score