Six of the last 12 league meetings between Tottenham and Arsenal (4.30pm) have ended level and the general 12/5 DRAW looks about right today.
Spurs were victims of a Stockley Park stitch-up on Thursday night, when every Prem fixture had a VAR penalty blunder.
It’s turning out that an alert expert watching the game on 12 TV screens is no better judge than you or me watching just the one telly, half-pished in our undercrackers.
Clearly it’s time for each of us to be given a go on a VAR rota.
So the FA probably should know that as a home TV ref I will take a brutally hard line on foul throws, don’t really believe in this whole ‘offside’ thing, and I can’t do Mondays as it’s curry night.
Or Sunday evenings, ideally, as I like to be soaking my feet in front of Call The Midwife.
Both north London giants are treading water, but Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang can make an ‘anytime scorer’ splash at 6/5 (BetVic).
The visit of Crystal Palace (2.15pm) looks like another trip to the Last Chance Saloon for Aston Villa , who are regular visitors and keep their own darts behind the bar.
A draw is no good and they should be chucking everything at Palace. Tyrone Mings is an unlikely ‘anyime scorer’ bet – but maybe not as unlikely as 14/1 (Bet365) suggests. Worth a spin for longshot fans.
A point is probably no good for Bournemouth either when Leicester City (7pm) roll up. But Evens (Fred) about NO ‘both sides to score’ is a lovely thing.
Lunch smells a bit like damp squib again with Everton at Wolves (12pm).
Molineux boss Nuno does get his lads playing for him. Firestarter Adama Traore did 70+ minutes with a dislocated shoulder last week. But this season’s Europa League is starting to loom all over their Prem run-in.
Everton looked a bit disjointed on Thursday night, but Richarlison still packs a punch – back him at 3/1 (888sport, unibet) ‘anytime scorer’.
In Serie A, back Zlatan Ibrahimovic ‘anytime scorer’ at 9/5 (BetVic, Skybet) when Milan go to Napoli (8.45pm) in Serie A.
Last week: Winners at 11/2 & 5/2