Arsenal v Tottenham Betting Odds, Preview & Money Back Special

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We have a fiery and massively important North London derby to look forward to on Sunday, as Arsenal v Tottenham betting takes centre stage in the Premier League. The big match is being covered by online bookmaker Paddy Power’s great Money Back Special, which is offering some insurance should four or more goals be scored in the game. There is enough attacking talent on display to produce a high scoring game at the Emirates, as well as Arsenal’s shaky defence at the moment. If there are four or more goals scored in the match, then Paddy Power will generously pay out lost stake refunds on all losing First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer, Correct Score and Scorecast bets placed on the match. This great Paddy Power Money Back Special provides superb coverage on the North London Derby, which is no doubt going to be a passionate affair with not only points, but pride at stake as well. The Money Back Special gives good coverage in the popular First Goalscorer Market, where Gunners danger man Robin van Persie is 5/1 favourite to open the scoring, with the Tottenham triple threat of Emmanuel Adebayor, Jermain Defoe and Louis Saha all around 6/1 to get on the score sheet first in the match. So great value around, all covered by the Arsenal v Tottenham betting promotion, so too in the Correct Score market, where the 1-1 draw is being favoured at 11/2, while a 2-1 victory for either side will fetch a very nice price of 9/1. These bets and any in the above mentioned markets will be covered by the Paddy Power Money Back Special, which will pay out refunds for lost bets if there are four or more goals scored in the match. The highly rated bookie Paddy Power offer a free £50 bet for new customers registering an account with them, as the bookie will match the value of your first stake on a new account with a free bet.

Arsenal v Spurs Betting Odds
Arsenal to win: 8/5 at Boylesports
Draw: 12/5 at Bet365
Spurs to win: 19/10 at Stan James

The two sides produced three goals when they met earlier in the season at White Hart Lane, with Spurs taking a 2-1 victory and a big three points. It is Tottenham who are holding on to third place at the moment in the Premier League, a massive ten points ahead of fourth placed rivals Arsenal. Spurs have lost a bit of ground in the race for the Premier League title, sitting seven points back of leaders Manchester City, but Harry Redknapp’s men continue to prove what a good side they are, with defeats few and far between in the league. Spurs have lost just four matches in the Premier League this season, only one in their last eleven, which makes for some pretty impressive reading. Three of their four losses though this season have been on the road, but with a 50% win success on the road this season, the stats still make pretty good reading for Tottenham. They are the stronger of the two North London sides at the moment, and clearly aren’t far from being genuine title contenders. Spurs do play some very tidy and neat football, and they are one of the most exciting teams going forward with width, and one of the big added dimensions of their game this season has been the addition of the massive presence of Emmanuel Adebayor up front, who has the strength and quality to really trouble the jittery Gunners back line in Arsenal v Tottenham betting. Adebayor of course enjoyed great times with Arsenal, but now in a Spurs shirt he is proving to be a vital addition to the Spurs squad. But Spurs just have so many good attacking options, with the creativity of Gareth Bale and Rafael van der Vaart just for starters. So Spurs will head across the capital and start the match as favourites to pick up three points. A draw wouldn’t be a bad result away from home and in terms of keeping their dominance over Arsenal at ten points. However, Spurs have bigger ambitions and will want to come away with all three points in their outside title quest.

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Arsenal have not exactly been in the sharpest of form of late, crashing out of the FA Cup against Sunderland and then suffering the 4-0 demolition at the hands of AC Milan in the Champions League. Arsenal’s defence has looked shakier and shakier over the past couple of weeks, and although they have won their last two Premier League outing, those are the only two out of the last six league matches which they have managed. The Gunners suffered three straight losses before breaking out of their slump, but they have fallen backwards again, and will finish the season empty handed and only a Champions League place next season to play for. The race for fourth in the Premier League is tight one, with just one point separating themselves, Chelsea and Newcastle, so Arsenal v Tottenham betting is of huge importance here. The Gunners can’t afford to drop more points in the hunt for a top four finish, while a win over their fierce rivals will certainly do their confidence a whole world of good. Do Arsenal have the ability to grind things out when the going is getting tough? Do they have the ability to win ugly, something which Tottenham have learned to do quite well this season? While Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has had the support of the chairman that he will be saying there, he is a man under pressure after failing again to bring silverware to the club. Could Arsene Wenger’s future all depend on Spurs? Arsenal have only managed one win against the top four sides this season, losing twice to Manchester United, and once each against Liverpool, Man City and Spurs. The only success the Gunners have had against any of the other big teams was a win at Stamford Bridge. Still, Arsenal have racked up 8 wins at home and have suffered two defeats there. Do they have the confidence in their game and at the back to take anything from Arsenal v Tottenham betting?

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