This weekend plays host to the final round of league fixtures in England before the break for the World Cup and our Saturday four-fold offers the chance of a decent return for punters.
Here is a four-fold accumulator on the both teams to score markets.
- Newcastle vs Chelsea – No @ 11/10
- Wolves vs Arsenal – No @ 10/11
- Bristol City vs Watford – Yes @ 8/11
- Huddersfield vs Swansea – Yes @ 5/6
Four-fold @ 12/1
Newcastle vs Chelsea – No @ 11/10
Firstly, Newcastle host Chelsea in a clash between two of the current top seven in the Premier League table.
The Magpies have been in sensational form recently with Eddie Howe proving last season was no flash in the pan.
They have won six of their last seven matches and have conceded just 11 all season – the joint fewest in the league with Arsenal.
Chelsea, meanwhile, have gone four games without a win under Graham Potter and have only found the back of the twice in that poor run.
The ex-Brighton man is still searching for his best line up and having a consistent source of goals will probably be a challenge for the rest of the season.
Wolves vs Arsenal – No @ 10/11
Wolves take on Arsenal on Saturday evening with Julen Lopetegui set to watch his new team on before the World Cup break.
While Wolves managed to score twice against Brighton last weekend, they are still well short up front, scoring only eight times all season.
A lack of genuine forward options has severely hampered them.
They come up against an Arsenal side who have been excellent defensively this season.
Although they were knocked out of the Carabao Cup during the week, they are most likely going to revert back to their first-choice line-up, which has conceded only 11 goals in 13 Premier League matches this term.
Over the years, their defensive record has been heavily scrutinised but with six clean sheets this season, it appears those issues have been ironed out.
Bristol City vs Watford – Yes @ 8/11
Dropping into the Championship and Bristol City play host to Watford in a match between two sides who know how to score goals.
The Robins are currently on 27 goals for the season and even though they are lying 20th in the league table, that is the joint-highest number for teams in the bottom half.
Defensively, they have encountered real issues this season, shipping 29 times with only Blackpool, Hull City, and Wigan Athletic letting more past them.
The Hornets have won six and lost four of the ten matches in Slaven Bilic’s reign thus far and two of them have seen Watford score four goals.
Huddersfield vs Swansea – Yes @ 5/6
Lastly, Huddersfield Town claimed a big win during the week, winning 2-1 away at QPR as Mark Fotheringham scored just his third win as Terriers boss.
Another three points would potentially lift them off the bottom of the table.
They come up against a Swansea City side who have just hit a sticky patch of form, failing to win any of their last four matches.
Games involving the Swans tend to produce goals, with 55 across 20 league games this season. Four of their last six have seen both teams score too.