Premier League Treble: Gunners can help us to a 5/1 Saturday special

Will Theo Walcott be given the nod at Hull?
Will Theo Walcott be given the nod at Hull?

The Premier League treble is more than seven points in profit for the season already and Paul Robinson is looking to add to that today as he selects three more matches from the 3pm kick offs...

- Back Arsenal @ 1.55 (11/20)
- Back Man City @ 1.25 (1/4)
- Back The Draw in West Brom v West Ham @ 3.1 (21/10)

The Treble pays approximately 6.01 (5/1)

Bet 1: Arsenal @ 1.558/15 v Hull

It took an injury time penalty from Santi Cazorla for Arsenal to pick up all three points at home to Southampton last weekend but that's now two Premier League wins in a row and The Gunners are back on track.

A trip to a resilient Hull won't be a walk in the park as Mike Phelan has one of the Premier League's smallest squads playing very well. However Arsene Wenger's men are a class above and their best performance of the campaign to date came in a similar type match, away at Watford.

Facing poorer opposition has never really been a problem for Arsenal - they usually falter against their title rivals - and while you have to admire what Hull have achieved already, it surely can't go on for too much longer.


Bet 2: Back Man City @ 1.251/4 v Bournemouth

There's only one team who have maximum points from their first four Premier League fixtures and that is Manchester City.

I was one of the people who thought that it would take a while for Pep Guardiola to get into the swing of English football but that hasn't been the case thus far and they even won at Old Trafford without the services of Sergio Aguero.

The Argentine will still be missing for this clash but his replacement netted against United and Keven De Bruyne ran the show from midfield. There are still a few doubts over new keeper, Claudio Bravo, but he will likely have a much quieter time than he has done already.

Bournemouth aren't a bad team and they did record their first league win of the season last weekend, but this is the sternest test in the division at the moment and I can't see how Eddie Howe's men will cope.


Bet 3: Back the draw in West Brom v West Ham @ 3.185/40

Our final selection comes from The Hawthorns as both West Brom and West Ham need to bounce back from defeats.

The Baggies went down 1-0 at Bournemouth and prior to that they played out a dire 0-0 draw at home to Middlesbrough. There is no hiding from the fact that they lack quality going forward but the defence are at least a solid unit - what else would you expect from a Tony Pulis team?

The Hammers blew a 2-0 lead at home to Watford as they went down 4-2 and question marks are beginning to be asked about just what is going on at the club as it's now three defeats on the bounce in all competitions.

The defending was woeful at The London Stadium and Slaven Bilic will surely have worked on that aspect of the game in training all week. A clean sheet will be his priority here and I don't think that a draw would be a bad result for either side.


Recommended Treble
Back Arsenal @ 1.55 (11/20)
Back Man City @ 1.25 (1/4)
Back The Draw in West Brom v West Ham @ 3.1 (21/10)
The Treble pays approximately 6.01 (5/1)

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