On Saturday, Arsenal and Manchester United will face off at the Emirates Stadium in the race for the top four of the Premier League.
Premier League 23/4 Matchday 32: Get the latest Premier League Football previews, injuries and suspensions, H2H stats and the best Premier League betting tips.
Arsenal vs Manchester United
Saturday 23 April, 12:30
Arsenal is coming off an impressive 4-2 win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Gunners’ top four hopes suffered a huge blow in April when they lost three straight games. However, they still have a chance of qualifying for the Champions League.
Arsenal have already equaled their total of 18 Premier League victories from last season.
At the Emirates Stadium, they have 32 points. The only teams with more wins at home are Liverpool (42) and Manchester City (38).
As a matter of fact, Arsenal have won seven of their previous 11 Premier League games, scoring more than 1.5 goals five times during that period.
Manchester United, on the other hand, lost 4-0 to Liverpool last weekend.
United have won just one of their past five games across all competitions, while drawing one and losing three.
Over their previous nine matches, they have won two, drawn three, and lost four of them.
This season, United have conceded 48 Premier League goals, which is their second-highest total after the 54 they allowed in all of 2018-19.
The Red Devils have conceded 1+ goals in their last 9 away matches in all competitions
In their last seven Premier League meetings with Arsenal, Manchester United has won only once.
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Arsenal vs Manchester United betting tip: Over 2.5 & BTTS @ 2.05
Brentford vs Tottenham
Saturday 23 April, 17:30
Brentford are one of the form teams going into the weekend. Thomas Franks’ Bees have won five of their last six games and each of their last three Premier League matches.
In their last six games, they scored 14 goals and conceded five. Brentford’s style of play has completely changed since Christian Eriksen joined the club.
Brentford has scored two or more goals in three straight Premier League games
Spurs lost 1-0 to Brighton at home last week. Tottenham’s loss to Brighton was just another example of Tottenham’s inconsistency this season. Tottenham did not register a single shot on goal against Brighton last weekend. They had scored 25 goals in their previous seven league games!
It was their second loss in six league games. Arsenal, Manchester United, and West Ham are battling for the final Champions League qualification spot with Tottenham.
In the Premier League, Spurs took 12 points out of the last 18 available. Tottenham has outscored its last six opponents 16-6.
In their last four wins, they have beaten Brighton, West Ham, Aston Villa, and Newcastle United.
Tottenham has scored two or more goals in their last four away Premier League games in a row
The only Premier League club Harry Kane hasn’t scored against is Brentford.
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Brentford vs Tottenham betting tip: Tottenham to Win & Harry Kane Anytime Scorer @ 2.80