There’s no doubt this is the game of the weekend and the Premier League have saved the best till last. Let’s hope it’s a cracking game and let’s hope it lives up to the hype! If you’re looking for a Same Game Multi, here are a few angles I think are well worth considering for Liverpool v Arsenal on Monday at 20:00.
Liverpool have only kept one clean sheet in seven games and that was against Chelsea last week who actually missed a penalty and were down to 10 men for the second half. Based on Liverpool’s leaky defence, Both Teams To Score feels like a good angle to start.
Another one worth considering is the Over 2.5 Goals. It’s clicked in the last two meetings between these two sides including the Community Shield and at The Emirates last season. Arsenal under Mikel Arteta have played 17 competitive games and they’ve scored in 15 of those so he has this Arsenal team scoring when they step on the pitch.
If this game is a draw with 15/20 minutes to go, Arsenal will be happy with a point but Liverpool will have to push on for the win which leaves them exposed at the back. I think if it’s 1-1 with 20 minutes to go, I think it’s very likely we’ll see another goal before the end of the game so Over 2.5 Goals is nice.
Looking at the booking markets, Granit Xhaka will be odds-against to be booked. If you look at the game at The Emirates Xhaka picked up a card late on. Sometime it’s intentional with him, other times it’s unintentional but he’s always good for a yellow card, Xhaka.
If you look at last season, Liverpool averaged over 5 corners a game and the way Arsenal set up at The Emirates suits Liverpool. The Reds actually got 13 corners at The Emirates last season. It’s an interesting angle and Liverpool Over 5.5 Corners will bump up the price nicely.
These four selections in a Same Game Multi will give you odds of around 6/1 with Paddy Power
Jason Murphy’s Same Game Multi for Liverpool v Arsenal on Monday
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