Cheeky bizarrely tips goals galore in Man City v Chelsea

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Cheeky bizarrely tips goals galore in Man City v Chelsea

Cheeky is here to preview nine of this weekend’s Premier League games – including the big one, Man City v Chelsea. If you like all of Cheeky’s picks, Paddy Power’s Acca Insurance will refund all punters whose 4+ bet accumulators are let down by just a single selection.


Leicester City v Newcastle United
Leicester City have won eight of their last 10 Premier League matches against Newcastle and can claim three huge points on Friday night. It’s been another fabulous season for the Foxes, who have Champions League qualification in their hands with four matches to go. James Maddison has netted in each of his last three appearances against the Magpies, so could be worth nibbling at 5/1 to score first at the King Power.


Leeds United v Tottenham
Ryan Mason is chasing history this weekend as no manager has ever won their first three Premier League matches in charge of Spurs. Not Mourinho. Not Pochettino. Nor Mr Hoddle. Tottenham moved up to fifth place with Sunday evening’s 4-0 romp at home to Sheffield United but they face a tougher test against Leeds, who have enjoyed some fine results against top six sides at home this season. Saturday’s lunch time kick-off at Elland Road could be spicy, and with Harry Kane looking to go further clear in the race for the Golden Boot, he could be worth a punt to score first.


Sheffield United v Crystal Palace
Sheffield United have won their last three home league matches against Crystal Palace but the Blades have been so poor this season I can’t bring myself to back them, even at 15/8 on home soil.


Man City v Chelsea
Chelsea will face Manchester City in the Champions League final in Istanbul after , but this weekend is of course much more than a ‘dress rehearsal’ for that final. Manchester City can wrap up their fifth Premier League title by beating the Blues, but came unstuck against Chelsea in the FA Cup recently. Thomas Tuchel’s men also need the points to help secure a top four finish, so this is no foregone conclusion. Despite all the attacking talent that will be on display at the Etihad, ‘Unders’ looks the percentage bet in Manchester. Pep Guardiola’s side have kept 18 clean sheets in 34 PL matches this term, while Chelsea have kept a clean sheet in 11 of their 15 Premier League outings under Thomas Tuchel. Under 2.5 goals is a very short price with those rogues at Paddy Power though so as the Maverick’s Maverick I’m going to hope for an early goal to open the game up and have a dart on ‘Overs’ at odds against.


Liverpool v Southampton
The Reds are 1/3 here despite Southampton looking to complete a league double over Liverpool for just the second time since the Premier League started. On recent evidence I cannot have Liverpool at 1/3, you filthy impure swines! If they can keep Mo Salah quiet (seven goals in seven Premier League appearances versus Southampton) Ralph Hasenhüttl’s men could easily bag a draw at Anfield. Liverpool, runaway Premier League champions last year and Champions League winners in 2019, look likely to miss out on a place in the competition altogether next season. It will be fascinating to see what transfer activity happens at Anfield over the summer.


Wolves v Brighton
Wolves have yet to beat Brighton in five attempts in the Premier League (four draws and a defeat) and the teams played out a breathless 3-3 draw back in January. Despite being the away team on Sunday however and being five points worse off than Wolves after 34 games, Brighton are 6/5 favourites here. What’s that all about? That price feels a bit mental so am happy to row in on Wolves at 11/5. Remember what Fast Eddie Felson said: “Money won is twice as sweet as money earned.” Awooga.


Aston Villa v Manchester United
In 51 Premier League matches Villa have only recorded three wins over the Red Devils so 7/2 odds about the home win are pretty scandalous. I would be surprised if Manchester United didn’t win this. In fact if you were to ask me to name three geniuses, I probably wouldn’t say Einstein, Newton… I would say Pogba, Cavani, Fernandes, Sessions. These are the players Manchester United must not only hang onto this summer, but build their team around in 2021/22. With the possible exception of Sessions, who died in 2020.


West Ham v Everton
Everton’s season has imploded while West Ham’s home form (31 points from 17 matches) is the second best in the division behind Manchester City. Prithee, if thou lovest me, tell me why the Hammers are a juicy 13/10 here?


Arsenal v West Brom
10 points adrift with four games left, the writing is on the wall now for the Baggies. You can get 6/1 about them winning in north London. They’ve managed just two wins from 17 on their travels this season however so that’s not the most solid 6/1 shot I’ve ever seen. I much prefer the 11/5 about Arsenal winning a match where both teams score.


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Arsenal 0-0 Villarreal (1-2 agg): The Gunners miss out on the UEL final

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Arsenal 0-0 Villarreal (1-2 agg): The Gunners miss out on the UEL final

Pierre-Emerick Aubamayeng hit the post twice for Arsenal as Villarreal hung onto their lead to reach the Europa League final.

The Gunners were trailing 2-1 from the first leg in Spain and failed to overturn the deficit as Unai Emery got one over his former club to once again reach the final of a competition he thrives in.

A 0-0 draw at the Emirates Stadium means ’s hopes of playing in Europe next season rely on an unlikely string of results in the Premier League.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang hit the post with Arsenal’s best chance as another tactical tweak from manager Mikel Arteta failed to pay off.

won the Europa League three times as Sevilla manager and took Arsenal to the final in 2019, where they lost to Chelsea.

Manchester United will be waiting for Emery’s Villarreal this time around as Arsenal’s exit prevented both Europa League and Champions League finals from being all-English affairs.

Arsenal lost Granit Xhaka after complaining of a tight muscle in the warm-up, but it was in attack where Arteta’s side were again found wanting.

Recalled Bernd Leno was the first goalkeeper tested, having to push a curling Samuel Chukwueze strike behind for a corner.

The next threat to his goal came from a team-mate as Thomas Partey’s overhit back-pass had to be headed clear by the retreating goalkeeper.

Leno would have got nowhere near a Dani Parejo free-kick at the midway point of the half, but fortunately for the hosts his effort whistled over the crossbar.

Arsenal had started much nervier than Villarreal but could have taken the lead when Aubameyang hit a dropping volley which clipped the post on the way behind.

The Arsenal skipper came close with an effort as the half wore on, shooting straight at Geronimo Rulli in the Villarreal goal only for him to spill through his legs and scrabble back to save.

Nicolas Pepe, whose penalty have Arsenal their away goal, fired just wide as the hosts came out on the attack straight after the restart.

Arteta was then left with his head in his hands as Emile Smith Rowe attempted an audacious chip when well-placed, seeing the shot drift wide.

But it was not all going Arsenal’s way. Partey was robbed of possession just outside his own penalty area but Villarreal could not make him pay as Gerard Moreno’s shot was easily held by Leno.

Substitute Yeremi Pino was next to force Leno into action with a low strike well saved by the German.

With tempers starting to flare, Aubameyang saw a header kept out by a combination of goalkeeper and post with the rebound hacked off the line.

That would be his last action as Alexandre Lacazette came on in his place with Gabriel Martinelli, Willian and Eddie Nketiah all thrown on in search of the goal required to send Arsenal to the final in Gdansk.

But the attacking changes were in vain as Villarreal held on to reach a first major final in their history and all but end Arsenal’s season.


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