Leicester are on schedule for another historic campaign, and they can keep their impressive form going on Saturday against the Gunners.
“Leicester City shocked the football world in 2016, but so far this season they’ve won more points than they had at the same stage in their title winning campaign.”
Leicester City shocked the football world in 2016, but so far this season they've won more points than they had at the same stage in their title winning campaign.
The presence of two all-time great Premier League sides in Manchester City and Liverpool means there is unlikely to be a repeat of that triumph. But third place is up for grabs and under Brendan Rodgers, Leicester are hitting the right balance between watertight defence and creativity to put pressure on the rest of the top six.
And there couldn't be a better time to take on Arsenal. The Gunners are struggling for consistency, and after 18 months in charge Unai Emery is under immense pressure. Their away form remains poor, tactically they are all over the place and there have been suggestions of player discontent. Back the Foxes to win this one.
After the drama of the World Cup, English rugby union fans will turn their attention to the Gallagher Premiership, which has thrown up an intriguing Saturday clash.
Gloucester started the season strongly with victories over Sale and Wasps and although they were beaten by Leicester last weekend, they will hope to get back on track at Kingsholm, where they've won their last six Premiership games.
But it is a slight surprise to see Saracens as big outsiders here. Despite missing a host of players on international duty, they have won two out of three, and their sole loss was a narrow one against Northampton. They've only lost one out of their last four against these opponents and look a good bet this weekend.
The second edition of South Africa's Mzansi Super League gets under way this weekend and Saturday sees last year's bottom two teams meet in Durban.
Both teams will be expecting to improve on their 2018 campaigns. The Spartans, with AB De Villiers in the line-up, will have a new captain in Heinrich Klaasen and England's Tom Curran will add crucial death bowling experience.
But the Heat should also be improved. Alex Hales, David Miller and Ravi Bopara will bring the fireworks, and they have strong and varied bowling attack, including Kyle Abbott and Keshava Maharaj. Durban can be a tricky venue for visiting teams, and at odds against, the home team look the value bet here.
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2019 Weekend Multiple P/L
Staked: 90 pts
Returned: 75.34 pts
P/L: -14.66 pts
2018 P/L – 0.61 pts
2017 P/L: + 0.99 pts
2016 P/L: + 20.99 pts
2015 P/L: - 0.51 pts
2014 P/L: + 12.69 pts
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