Tranquillity rings around the soccersphere now the mid-season transfer speculation spell is, after 31, long days, at an end.
It’s in these cogitative moments that one is given time to realise that the beautiful game consists of so much more than just the exchange of players for cash, despite what the mainstream media will have us believe.
Yes, there are manifold aspects that go underappreciated in favour of thumbing through gossip columns…like a damn good betting opportunity, for instance.
The news.bwin tipping taskforce know this all too well and in the post-transfer window silence, we will bellow the best Premier League wager on this action-packed Tuesday from the rooftops.
It’s a treble that features wins for Arsenal, Manchester City and West Brom and pays out at 6/1.
Here’s why it’s sure to see a paper layer added to the inside of your wallet:
Seeking vengeance for their 4-0 mulching at St Mary’s, angry Arsenal square off against Southampton’s freshly reinforced rearguard.
Fraser Forster’s return to the fray has coincided with three clean sheets in as many games for Ronald Koeman’s men.
The England stopper’s stellar form, however, will count for little when the Saints visit a foe they’ve lost to in all bar five away league games since 1987.
With seven of eight wins at the Emirates across all comps, the Gunners are well placed to extend that run.
Man City to beat Sunderland @ 1/2
Having kept Sergio Aguero, David Silva and Yaya Toure all on ice at the weekend, the spritely Citizens should have fun blowing holes in Sunderland’s lightweight backline.
Without a clean sheet since the end of November, the Black Cats are in trouble against a revitalised adversary who has failed to score just twice in 13 outings.
West Brom to beat Swansea @ 8/5
The Baggies possess all the Tony Pulis hallmarks, such as being unpleasant on the eye and tough to beat at home, but they’re struggling to convert draws into wins.
They’ve tied their last three at The Hawthorns, FA Cup included, though Newcastle and Stoke were bested prior to this spoil-sharing streak.
Prior to a shock win at Everton, Swansea had lost five of six trips, the low point of the bad patch being a 3-2 reverse at League Two’s Oxford United.