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Expect Goals Galore In Wins For Arsenal, Newcastle and Liverpool This Weekend

Friday 29th November 2013
We have an eye-watering treble for It's Round And It's White readers this weekend as three "Both Teams to Score And To Win" are the subject of our weekly flutter.

On Saturday, the focus will be on the Cardiff City Stadium where we are backing Arsenal to come away with the three points, before the evening's game should see Newcastle be too strong for West Brom, while Liverpool will be looking to carry on their decent form by winning at Hull on Sunday afternoon.

If all six teams score and the above three teams win then a £20 bet with Bet Victor will win you a simply staggering £954.72!

Arsenal to win at Cardiff and BBTS @ 12/5

Last weekend, Arsenal extended their lead at the top of the Premier League table to four points after recording an impressive 2-0 victory over an in-form Southampton side. The Gunners have now won nine of their opening 12 games and will be expected to come away from Wales with all three points on Saturday afternoon.

However, it will not be easy against a Cardiff side who beat Man City at home, and last weekend held Man Utd to a 2-2 draw following a last-gasp equaliser. They will once again be looking to take something off one of the top teams but the immense form that Arsenal are currently enjoying means that the hosts will definitely have their work cut out. We are still backing them to breach an occasionally wobbly Gunners back-line but the visitors should be far too strong on the day.

Newcastle United to win at home to West Brom and BTTS @ 29/10

Newcastle are enjoying a cracking run at the moment, with their recent good form moving them to within just two points off the top-four, and only one off Man Utd and Everton. The Magpies head into Saturday's clash on the back of three consecutive wins - Chelsea, Tottenham and Norwich - and they will now be eager to make that four in a row against a Baggies side that have just one win in six.

Alan Pardew's men beat Norwich 2-1 at home last weekend, recording that scoreline for the third time this season, and a similar result is on the cards at St James' Park on Saturday. The Midlands side have let in eight goals in four games, but have also scored seven in that time frame, making goals very likely in this one but we're taking the Magpies to make home advantage count at the same time.

Liverpool to win at Hull City and BTTS @ 13/5

Liverpool have become synonymous with high scoring games of late with their last seven games featuring a whopping 29 (19 for, 10 against) goals. They have registered crushing wins against the likes of Sunderland, Crystal Palace, West Brom and Fulham, while they drew 3-3 at Everton last weekend in a thrilling Merseyside Derby.

Meanwhile, Hull's unbeaten home record came to an end after losing to 10-man Crystal Palace, in what was a shocking result for the hosts. They will now be petrified at the prospect of coming up against Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge who both have nine goals to their name this season. Expect Liverpool to bag a few goals, while the Tigers have every opportunity of finding the net during the 90 minutes.

Mick Bates

Mick is a passionate fan of Coventry City and has watched from the sidelines (and had the privilege of seeing the inner workings during an exciting two years in corporate sales there) to see the once mighty Sky Blues fall from the Premier League, then fail to sparkle in the Championship, relegated from League One and wind up in League Two before winning the most important fixture in football competitions - The Checkatrade Trophy final followed by a heart-stopping promotion back to League One.

As well as supporting the Sky Blues, Mick appreciates all levels of football and loves a good book to keep himself entertained as well as a few hours on FIFA or Football Manager as time allows.

He also keeps an eye on all the major English leagues and regularly enjoys a flutter looking for that elusive treble! 

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