Sunday Night Premier League Multi - 5th May

Round-off the penultimate weekend of Premier League football with this $9 multi!

Ryan Elliott
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Thu, 2 May, 5:02 PM

Chelsea v Watford

Though Chelsea have kept four clean sheets in their last six home games in the Premier League, I expect their tussle with Watford to see both teams score.

Only Liverpool and Brighton have prevented The Hornets from scoring in their last 11 on the road—a run which includes visits to both Manchester clubs and Spurs—and with 90 minutes of Europa League football in the Chelsea players’ legs from Thursday’s trip to Frankfurt, this fixture could end up being incredibly competitive.

Huddersfield v Man Utd

In the other 11pm kick-off, I expect Manchester United to beat Huddersfield without conceding.

Yes, United have been poor at both ends of the pitch lately, but if there’s ever a side to keep an away clean sheet against, it’s this dreadful Terriers outfit.

There are very few markets that present decent value for this match, but this is certainly one of them.  

Arsenal v Brighton

My third and final tip is for Arsenal to beat Brighton, also without conceding.

In their 11 away matches against top six opposition since the start of last season, Brighton have lost every game, scoring just twice.

The Seagulls ended a club-record goalless run of just under 12 hours against Newcastle last weekend, but there is absolutely no chance they find a net against Arsenal – regardless of the form the Gunners have been in.

This’ll be a horrifically boring, training-session-type of affair, in which Arsenal will run out winners, and I doubt Bernd Leno will be particularly troubled along the way.  

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