SUPER Sunday failed to live up to it’s billing as Liverpool and Man Utd served up a third 0-0 draw in their last five meetings at Anfield.
VIP Members cashed in the scoreless draw however, which was predicted (no goalscorer) at 12/1 in Sunday’s picks alongside a winning BetBuilder in the Motherwell v Rangers clash which finished 1-1.
Things couldn’t be tighter at the top of the Premier League table with just five points separating the top six. Spurs and Man City were the main beneficiaries on Sunday, both picking up three points to keep themselves well in the hunt for the title.
Arsenal v Newcastle is the live match from the Premier League on Monday. The Gunners needed extra-time to see off Newcastle in the FA Cup two weeks ago then followed that up with a 0-0 draw at home to Crystal Palace to dampen the enthusiasm that three previous wins on the run had brought them.
At 4/9 (Bet365) they should be good enough to beat Steve Bruce’s men though, who are winless in eight and became the first side to lose to Sheffield United in the league this season last time out. The Toon have now scored just once their last five and the Arsenal Win to Nil is 5/4 (Bet365).
In Serie A the last things Cagliari, who can’t buy a win, need is a visit from AC Milan. Inter drew level with their city rivals with a very good win over Juventus on Sunday so there’s no room for error for Stefano Pioli’s men. Milan look handily priced at 8/13.
There’s not much else on Monday but there’s a busy week ahead with matches in the FA Cup, Premier League and Scottish Premiership to look forward to as well as games across Europe.
Let’s see your bets for Monday in the comments section and best of luck!
Monday’s Racing Tips
Monday’s racing tips see Alan Thomson expecting Rainbow Dreamer to repeat last year’s Wolverhampton victory.
Donate in Paul’s Name
We’ve now exceeded the £3,000 mark for both causes set up in Paul’s honour, which is a wonderful tribute to him, so thanks to all who have donated so far. If you would like to make a donation in Paul’s memory please read about The Bubble Foundation and St Margaret of Scotland Hospice and find how to donate here.