Premier League Treble: Arsenal to get back on the winning trail

Another international break is over and today kicks off a wonderful spell of Premier League football that will take us into the new year. Here is Paul Robinson's treble:

Ralph Hasenhüttl to remain under big pressure

Bet 1: Back Arsenal @ 40/85
The Gunners haven't won in five and Southampton haven't won in seven. Arsenal are clearly the better team though, and with home advantage, they should ease to the three points this afternoon.
Unai Emery's men are actually unbeaten at the Emirates this season, with three wins and three draws in the league. They have been held by Palace and Wolves recently. but this is an easier test.
The Saints have been dire for most of this year, and Ralph Hasenhüttl's side have lost their last four in all competitions. It's just one point from their last three away outings, and the 9-0 home defeat to Leicester will live long in the memory.
Simon Mail also believes that Arsenal will win this afternoon.

All square at the Amex

Bet 2: Back The Draw in Brighton v Leicester @ 27/10
The Foxes have impressed many this season, including me, but Brighton have been a bit of a surprise package under Graham Potter, and they are good value for a point today.
The Seagulls have won their last three at the Amex - scoring eight goals in the process. One of those victories was a 3-0 success against Spurs, and they are playing some lovely stuff with Potter at the helm.
Brendan Rodgers also has Leicester playing some wonderful football, and they come into this game on the back of five straight wins in all competitions.
Their win rate away from the King Power is only 50% - which of course isn't bad - but they might not quite be able to take all three points here.
Check out Jamie Pacheco's thoughts on this fixture here.

No Selhurst slip-up for leaders

Bet 3: Back Liverpool @ 4/9
I have covered this match in full here, so click the link to find out why I think Liverpool will be victorious at Selhurst Park.

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