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Andy Gray: Take Arsenal, Spurs and Manchester City to deliver a 7/2 Tuesday treble

Andy hit the net with a 2/1 treble in the FA Cup at the weekend and looks to light up the mid-week Premier League fixtures.

by Andy Gray | February 2, 2016

Norwich v Spurs, Tuesday 7.45pm

The Canaries are good at home – but not good enough to stop this Spurs side the way they are playing at the moment. Norwich have lost their last three PL games on the bounce including the 5-4 defeat against Liverpool. And Tottenham are a better team than Liverpool.

Andy’s bet: Spurs to win

Arsenal v Southampton, Tuesday, 7.45pm

This should be a good game and one for the connoisseurs. The Saints have won three league games on the bounce against Watford, West Brom and Manchester United and haven’t conceded a goal in that time. They have to be respected.

But Arsenal in good form and players like Ozil and Sanchez are back fit again. They’ve a good head-to-head record against Southampton at home and the Gunners will shade it tonight.

Andy’s bet: Arsenal to win  

Leicester v Liverpool, Tuesday, 7.45pm


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It’s a tough game to call. Leicester are top of the table and while no-one really expected them to stay there, they’ve come through a tough patch pretty much unscathed. Jurgen Klopp’s side aren’t impressing either and look a bit jaded to me. I can see the home side shading this.

Andy’s bet: Leicester to win  

Sunderland v Manchester City, Tuesday, 7.45pm

City will have a new boss in what was the worst-kept secret in football. Pep Guardiola joins on a three-year contract in the summer and they could be Premier League champions by then. I don’t see Sam Allardyce’s side causing them too many problems.

Andy’s bet: Manchester City to win  

Manchester United v Stoke, Tuesday, 8pm

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The Red Devils have won four of their last six games but they haven’t impressed. Mark Hughes’ side looked a bit flat against Crystal Palace and Leicester and they need to start re-discovering their form again after their Capital One Cup semi-final exit at Anfield. While I can’t tip them with any real degree of confidence, but I’ll go for the home side to win.

Andy’s bet: Manchester United to win  

Crystal Palace v Bournemouth, Tuesday, 8pm

Bournemouth have been very active in the transfer market and there’s a real belief that they will stay up. Palace have gone off the boil a little, but got a confidence-boosting result against Stoke in the FA Cup at the weekend. It’s hard to pick a winner here, so I’m calling it a draw.

Andy’s bet: A draw  

West Brom v Swansea, Tuesday, 8pm

Swansea have recovered from Garry Monk’s departure and with Francesco Guidolin now alongside Alan Curtis they’ve recorded wins over Watford and Everton. Tony Pulis’s West Brom have been very up and down this season which isn’t like a side managed by him. I think he’ll draw a line in the sand now and demand that his team start putting some victories together.

I’m taking the Baggies to win tonight.

Andy’s bet: West Brom to win  

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