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Betting odds for this week’s Premier League games at bet365

The Merseyside Derby is may not be the Premier League’s largest, but it sure is exciting, and they will be meeting for the 228th time. More than 500 goals have been scored throughout this time, and there have been approximately 21 red cards solely in the Premier League era, so we should expect high energy as well as high intensity.

Everton and their star player Lukaku are in a decent scoring form nowadays, as they scored 11 in only 4 games, and the Belgian managed to notch a total of 5 of them. Romelu Lukaku is certainly a tempting 5/1 to score the first goal, or 7/5 anytime. However, we should not underestimate the Reds either, since Sadio Mane is still vital for them, especially after his seemingly long return from the African Cup. Moreover, he is also among the favourites to be the first to score – at 9/2.

Currently, Liverpool’s defence is not solid at all, and they have only managed only one clean sheet in the Premier League during this year. Bet365 also accept wagers for both of the teams to score at 3/4.

Another exciting match you can place your bets on is Manchester City vs. Arsenal. It is quite possible that Arsene Wenger will be facing his final test if Manchester City defeat Arsenal. The Gunners are currently 6 points behind the 4th sport, in spite of having 2 games left. And their fans notice that Alexis Sanchez is very frustrated on the pitch. On the other hand, their opponents are exactly 7 points clear in the third place.

Sanchez sits at 5/1 (6.00) to be the first to score at bet365 or 11/8 during any time. However, he might be following Wenger out of Arsenal this summer. It is Manchester City and Aguero who are favourites to take the 3 points here. City are at 5/4 to do so, Aguero is also favourite for the first goal at 15/4.

The popular markets are over 2.5 goals at 3/5 and for both of the teams to score at 1/2.

All of the odds that are referenced above are for bet365 and are accurate as of 15:30 BST 29.03.17

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