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Newcastle Vs Arsenal and Tottenham Vs Sunderland

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Newcastle Vs Arsenal

Sunday 19th May 2013: 4pm

With the Title won and the relegation places filled, the Premier League officials must be glad that there is still one thing left to play for going into the final game of the season. That is of course who will finish in the Top Four? Chelsea are already safe and sound in the Champions League places, which leaves Tottenham and Arsenal to fight it out on Sunday. Arsenal are 4/11 favourites with most bookies, including Betfred and Boylesports, while Spurs are best-priced at 21/10 with Bet365.

The red side of North London set to be cheering again

Sorry Tottenham fans, but Arsenal don't look like they'll fluff their lines this time either. They have been grinding out results recently which holds them in good stead for Sunday. The Gunners are 4/7 with Paddy Power to beat a struggling Newcastle side, whilst the Geordies are at 5/1 with SkyBet. The draw is 18/5 with BetVictor.

Also with BetVictor, the Arsenal win 2-0 at 9/1 looks tempting. With relegation avoided, Newcastle really have nothing to play for, and Arsenal will be out to win comfortably. The 2-0 sounds like a fair result to us.

Santi Claus is coming to town - and Newcastle have been naughty

For Anytime Goalscorer, we really like the look of Santi Cazorla at 11/4 with Coral. The Spaniard was in scintillating form against Wigan on Tuesday night and was unlucky not to finish with a goal. He will be Arsenal's focal point on Sunday, so don't bet against him grabbing a goal.

Lukas Podolski at 7/4 with Ladbrokes looks good value as well. The German might well be playing up top as the focal point, and will be looking to test the Newcastle defence.

Tottenham Vs Sunderland

Sunday 19th May 2013: 4pm

Expect Sky to be flicking back between these two games all afternoon as it looks set to be a cracker. All games are of course being played at 4pm on the same day, so the day could hold a few surprises in store for us.

Tottenham red-hot favourites, but will it be enough?

The bookies really fancy Spurs to smash Sunderland on Sunday: Tottenham are 3/10 with Betfred to win at White Hart Lane. The draw is 5/1 with Bet365, whilst Sunderland are rank-outsiders, at a whopping 10/1 with Stan James.

We don't share the bookies confidence though, as we can only imagine what it must be like for Sunderland players playing under Paolo Di Canio. Any player showing a lack of effort will be ruthlessly chastised, and we think the Sunderland players might just spring a surprise on Sunday. We like the look of a 1-1 draw, which can be found best-priced with William Hill at 10/1.

Low goal count could see Spurs' misery

We think this might be a low-scoring game, with Betfred offering the best-odds on Under 2.5 goals, at 11/8. Combine this with our 1-1 draw tip, and you could be quids-in come the end of the action on Sunday.

Emmanuel Adebayor seems to have hit a decent run of form recently (surprisingly), so we like SkyBet's offer of 4/1 on Adebayor to open the scoring. Should you still fancy Welsh Wing Wizard Gareth Bale to open the scoring, he is 13/5 with Bet365.

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Newcastle vs.
Full Time Result:
  2-0 Arsenal
Newcastle vs.
Anytime Goalscorer(s):
  Santi Cazorla
Tottenham vs.
Full Time Result:
Tottenham vs.
Total Goals:
  Under 2.5 Goals
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First Goalscorer:
  Emmanuel Adebayor

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