Goalless Games Generate $75 EPL Soccer Refund at betinternet
March 27, 2014
The English Premier League looks like it could go down to the wire at both ends of the table – as another exciting round of fixtures this weekend edges the competition closer to its conclusion.
With just six points separating the top four and just 10 points being the difference for all of the sides in the bottom half of the table, there’s still plenty to play for. However, betinternet will refund selected bets if you choose a damp squib this weekend.
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Arsenal saw their title ambitions take a heavy blow last week – as they were destroyed 6-0 by leaders Chelsea – and it doesn’t get any easier for the Gunners either, with Manchester City their visitors this weekend. Arsene Wenger’s must be targeting three points not only to keep their Premier League hopes alive, but to also gain revenge for a heavy 6-3 defeat at the Etihad back in December.
Chelsea will be hoping that Man City slip up at the Emirates and they can apply more pressure to City beforehand. Jose Mourinho’s men should have enough to continue their championship assault, but 17th-placed Palace will also be desperate to pull off an upset – as just three points separates them and the relegation places.
Sunderland are the team occupying the final relegation spot behind Palace and, with a very difficult run-in, they almost can’t afford not to beat a resurgent West Ham side this weekend. West Ham’s form has improved in recent weeks and they can take another step towards survival by winning at the Stadium of Light.
Other notable fixtures sees another both West Brom and Cardiff and Swansea and Norwich involved in further “Relegation six-pointers,” while Newcastle travel to Southampton looking to maintain eighth place ahead of the Saints.