SetantaBet: Can either City or Arsenal keep a clean sheet?

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It’s not often a team manages to keep a clean sheet against Robin van, er, I mean Arsenal, but it’s do or die this weekend for Manchester City in keeping their title fight alive. Any dropped points in this game and then the Premier League title is in Man Utd’s hands. With that kind of incentive, surely they can improve on recent performances and finally keep a clean sheet? They’ve started slowly and left themselves with too much to do towards the ends of games, so keeping RVP and co. at  bay is key to winning here. As for Arsenal, they have an incentive of their own to keep moving forward and that’s to finish in the Champions League spots ahead of Tottenham. The noisy neighbours have had a lot more to brag about, but it looks like Wenger’s men will have the last laugh in the Premier League.

If either Joe Hart or Wojciech Szczesny keep a clean sheet this weekend, SetantaBet will refund all losing correct scoring bets.

Chelsea, Tottenham & Stoke all to win @ 9/2

An unbeatable enhanced treble this weekend from SetantaBet is Chelsea to beat Wigan, Spurs to beat Sunderland and Stoke to beat Wolves. At 9/2, it’s hard not to fancy any of these teams. Although Wigan have been somewhat of a bogey team for Chelsea in the past, the Blues are playing with a new found resilience that was missing under Andre Villas-Boas and you’d expect that to be shown at home to struggling Wigan. Tottenham, meanwhile, visit the Stadium of Light to take on Sunderland. It’s hard to figure out which Sunderland will show up for this one, as they’ve been fantastic one week and terrible the next. Last week’s 3-3 draw was a great result for them, but Tottenham will be a different test with their dangers from outwide. Finally, Stoke host bottom of the league Wolves. Stoke aren’t mathematically safe from relegation but a win here will take them above the magic 40 point marker, and bury Wolves deep into the relegation zone. As the old cliché goes, ever game left for Wolves is a cup final – but despite their position on the table Stoke are as tough as any team to beat and should have more than enough to deal with Wolves.

Enhanced treble of Chelsea, Tottenham and Stoke at 9/2 

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