Arsenal retained their five-point lead at the top of the Premier League despite suffering their second defeat of the season in the latest round of fixtures.
Everton defender James Tarkowski headed home the only goal of the game on Saturday as the Gunners left Goodison Park without a point and Sean Dyche got his Toffees reign off to a dream start.
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It didn’t matter too much, however, as Manchester City failed to close the gap after Harry Kane’s record-breaking striker was enough to seal all three points for Tottenham.
The results have potentially opened the door for Manchester United, who got the better of Crystal Palace in a three-goal game at Old Trafford as Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford found the back of the net.
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Arsenal hold a healthy advantage at the Premier League summit and have a game in hand on Manchester City, which would see them move eight points clear if they were to win that fixture.
Gooners are beginning to dream of a first Premier League title since ‘The Invincibles’ in 2004 and so are Paddy’s trusty traders as Mikel Arteta’s team are the favourites in our Outright Winner 2022/23 betting market.
Reigning champions Manchester City have won just four of their seven Premier League games since the season restarted and their latest result, a 1-0 defeat to Spurs, leaves them playing catch up. They also have to contend with being charged with more than 100 breaches of financial rules by the Premier League…
Erling Haaland has been smashing goal records left, right and centre since joining from Borussia Dortmund last summer but failed to have a shot against Tottenham prompted further talk that the team do not play to his strengths.
Manchester United are third but would have been closer to the top two if they hadn’t dropped two points at the death at Crystal Palace or been on the wrong side of a five-goal thriller with Arsenal last month. The Red Devils are eight points behind the Gunners but have played one game more.
Newcastle are fourth on 40 points and enjoying their best season in a hell of a long time. Despite the best efforts of Miguel Almiron, Joelinton and Co., our traders reckon a top-four finish as opposed to a title tilt is a more realistic target.
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