Best three-fold picks for Sunday

As usual, we have picked three league games that can best be banked on by punters for result on Sunday.


Both these teams have huge ambitions for this season. The Gunners have been desperately trying to get themselves back into limelight in the Premier League, and with the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City experiencing injury setbacks, they feel the time is right to make their move.

Meanwhile, the Foxes missed out on a top-four spot last season by a whisker, and ultimately an entry into the Champions League. For sure this has been hurting them for some time, and they are determined to make amends in the new campaign.

Brendan Rodgers’s men have fallen prey for the injury curse, and now they stare at a considerably lengthy period of time without some of their major players.

And to pile on it even more, they have had to make a trip to the Emirates Stadium this weekend. Keep note that Mikel Arteta’s men have been nigh unstoppable at this venue for the past several months, and worryingly, the Foxes have not won here in the past 25 years.

Likely, expect Arsenal to have a huge edge going into this encounter. Jamie Vardy’s expected return will be a significant boost for Leicester, whose last two league results have been hugely disappointing. However, their record away to Arsenal is dreadful and Arteta’s side have shown plenty of cause for optimism so far this season.

Leicester do tend to raise their game against the bigger teams, but we can see Arsenal coming away with all three points from this one which is priced at 24/25 by Novibet.


Cadiz have announced their arrival to the top tier this term with a decent start to the new edition of La Liga in the schedule.

Having lost only two of the six fixtures in the league until now, the promoted side is at the 5th place in the table with 10 points in hand. Besides, they will host on the back of a 0-1 win against Real Madrid last time out in the campaign.

Villarreal’s potent form in the league is no strange to anyone in the recent seasons. They have lost only one match so far this term and have picked up 11 points from the six clashes in the schedule.

The only thing that concerns Unai Emery will be his team’s winless away track in the campaign. The Yellow Submarines will visit after a 2-1 win at home against Valencia in the last league clash.

If the home team can keep their current form intact in the league as they are going on, then we can expect an entertainer at Cadiz in the upcoming match on Sunday. There is no doubt that both teams will push each other through ninety minutes, probably producing at least a couple of goals in the encounter.

The promoted side had a feeble ball possession in their previous clash in the league against Real Madrid, but they still recorded 11 corners in the game. This shows their speed of attack and the strong defense in the middle, especially at home; which is their strongest suit in the campaign.

Besides, Villarreal has a shaky defense in their away fixtures in the league. The Yellow Submarine has conceded 4 goals in their outings without even scoring a goal so far this season. This points to a poor away form for the traveling side in the upcoming match on Sunday.

Based on these stats, the tip for over 1.5 goals will probably be the best bet for the punters priced at 12/25 by Bwin.


Fiorentina have struggled to keep it together at the back and saw it costly once again as Spezia (2-2) completed a comeback to snatch a point after Iachini’s men took a two-goal lead with just four minutes on the clock. They now host Udinese and have to look for more, with the top 4 already slipping out of reach after four games.

Viola have seen losses to Inter Milan (4-3) and Sampdoria (1-2) beforehand, which came through very late goals but still have little positives to take from. They have a rather tough schedule to follow in November too and getting pick-me-ups now will be crucial, with just four points to their name so far despite what’s been a solid goalscoring run.

Udinese have, on the other hand, finally ended a streak of three losses and beat Parma (3-2) with a late winner from Ignacio Pussetto last week. They’ve seen Verona (1-0), Spezia (0-2), and Roma (0-1) snatch points beforehand and it’s obvious the toughest challenges are yet to come. Friulani will have to build confidence in the final third and the trip to Artemio Franchi Stadium still feels like a solid chance to do so.

We see Udinese doing their bit as well and the visitors will surely be motivated to build on the last week’s success. We will also go for goals on both ends and back a Yes on Both teams to score 77/100 by Bet365.

All odds are correct as at the time of this publication. Please gamble responsibly

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