Oh dear Lauren! VIVA Uruguay! Not something the England fans will be chanting this summer – or the Ghanaians ever for that matter – but Bolivia did back in 1930, and they spelled it right across their strip. That was in the inaugural World Cup and things have gone from bad to worse, and […]
With no Arsenal game this week it’s a short but hopefully sweet blog today and one that can bring us a few quid. There`s a few Arsenal players in their respective national squads so let’s start with a little Arsenal-Centric flutter…
Arsene Wenger will be hoping to celebrate his 600th league game in charge of Arsenal with a victory on the final day of the season at The Hawthorns, and the Gunners look a solid bet at 1.67 to deliver the goods.
Bookmakers have chalked up Arsenal at a top priced 1.25 to take care of Norwich and they look bankers to silence the Canaries.
The Britannia Stadium hasn’t been a happy hunting ground for Arsenal in recent times, and Paddy Power offer a top price of 1.91 about them beating Stoke this weekend.
Arsenal take on arch rivals Chelsea this weekend and look a cracking bet at even money (2) with Boylesports and Betfred to get back to winning ways.
Arsenal are a top priced 1.29 to beat Wigan at the Emirates and everything suggest that they are worthy odds-on shots to do so.
Arsenal travel to Loftus Road to take on QPR and looking cracking value at 1.62 with Betfred and Paddy Power to extend their unbeaten run.
Arsenal are a top priced 1.36 to beat Aston Villa at the Emirates, and the form book says that they will should have little difficulty landing the odds and bagging another three vital points.
Arsenal look cracking value at 2.3 with Boylesports to continue their excellent run of form and beat Everton at Goodison and continue their recent fine run of form which has seen them climb to fourth in the table.