Another busy weekend in the Bundesliga and much to ponder. Whichever way you assess the Bundesliga betting odds, of course, the reigning champions remain the overwhelming favourites to retain the title – what would be a ninth successive championship. At the other end, the race to beat the drop is an intriguing one and a
Leicester City 1-3 Leeds United As the midway point of the second half was reached in this Premier League encounter, a reporter commented along the lines of: ‘Leicester have been the better side but this is becoming a bit frustrating for Brendan Rodgers’ side.’ Whether that was the commentators’ curse I do not know but
Arsenal 0-0 Manchester United There were points to prove and Premier League points on the line at the Emirates for this teatime clash between old foes. For so long the definitive fixture in the Premier League, even home boss Mikel Arteta admitted pre-match this would lack the fireworks of old where flashpoints were the norm.
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Tottenham Hotspur Brighton find themselves one place above the relegation zone with a little wriggle room as they look to secure Premier League football for a fifth successive year. Achieving that aim would beat the club record set between 1979 and 1983 when they enjoyed four straight seasons in the
Arsenal vs Manchester United For so long this was the definitive fixture in Premier League history. A match-up which provided Premier League highlights galore, the majority of which will live long in the annals for a variety of reasons. There is no question that for a period from 1997 until 2005, these two sides were