Massive Week For Arsene Wenger
There is a full programme of Premier League football over the next seven days but events off the pitch could dominate the headlines. Arsene Wenger is the longest serving manager but he could be out of his job if Arsenal play poorly and lose at home to Watford on Sunday. He is 10/3 with Coral to be the next Premier League manager to leave his post. However, he could get yet another reprieve if Arsenal get a good result against AC Milan in the Europa League on Thursday.
ENGLAND are 11/8 with bet365 to be the Champions League winning nationality and three of the five Premier League teams left in the competition should progress to the last eight this week. Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham all have home ties and only Tottenham have any kind of job on their hands to progress to the quarter finals. They must beat Juventus or secure a low scoring draw at Wembley on Wednesday.
Chelsea face a tough ask against Barcelona next week and Manchester United take a goalless draw into their home leg against Sevilla. United are big favourites to beat Crystal Palace in the Premier League tonight. Palace have only prevented their opponents scoring in two of their 14 Premier League matches at home this season. Back UNITED TO WIN TO NIL.
England lead New Zealand 2-1 in their five-match One Day International series. A win in the fourth match that starts late on Tuesday night will clinch the series. England were poor in the Tests against Australia but are now one of the best white ball teams in the sport. Ben Stokes is back in the fold so ENGLAND look good things at 4/7 with Ladbrokes to win the fourth ODI and the series.
It’s the fourth round of matches in the Six Nations this weekend. England suffered a stunning loss to Scotland in the last group of fixtures so must beat France in Paris to have any chance of winning the competition. Wales are 31 point favourites to beat Italy at home and Ireland must beat Scotland by 9 points to cover the spread. IRELAND are currently 1/3 with William Hill to win the 2018 Six Nations.