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Premier League Saturday Accumulator: No problem for Arsenal in 19/1 four-fold

Saturday sees another busy schedule of Premier League action taking place with league leaders Arsenal hoping to, at the very least, maintain their eight-point gap at the top of the table as they take on Leeds United.

The Gunners are edging nearer to their first Premier League title since 2004 and have 10 more games to secure their status as league winners.

They could be even further clear if Liverpool do them a favour as the Reds visit Manchester City for a titanic clash in the lunchtime kick off.

City have performed well of late, picking up 16 points from their last six games, but Liverpool are still eyeing up a European spot and will be desperate to get the win.

At the bottom of the table, Nottingham Forest host Wolves in what is sure to be a huge clash at the City Ground between two sides who are still in trouble, while out-of-form duo Crystal Palace and Leicester face off at Selhurst Park.

Saturday four-fold acca:

Our Premier League four-fold selection is priced up at 19/1

Arsenal to beat Leeds @ 2/7
Manchester City to beat Liverpool @ 8/13
Nottingham Forest to beat Wolves @ 2/1
Crystal Palace and Leicester to draw @ 9/4

Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.

Gunners too strong for Leeds

WhatArsenal v Leeds
WhereEmirates Stadium, London
WhenSaturday 1st April, 15:00
OddsArsenal 2/7, Draw 5/1, Leeds 17/2

Arsenal are in such good shape going forward and it would require an almighty collapse for them to concede the title to City with another 10 games to go.

What has been so impressive about the Gunners is how they bounced back from the disappointing loss at home to Manchester City in the middle of February.

In the subsequent six games, they have won six and scored 19 goals, showing wonderful resolve and spirit in beating Aston Villa and Bournemouth very late on.

They have been near perfect at home this season, with the 3-1 City loss their only real slip up, and relegation-threatened Leeds face a hugely tough test on Saturday.

There is no doubt that Javi Gracia has managed to solidify Leeds more since taking over from Jesse Marsch and they currently sit 14th in the table, two points above the drop zone after collecting seven points from their last four games.

However, they are bumping into a side at the peak of their powers right now and even though there are fitness doubts over the likes of William Saliba and Thomas Partey, Arsenal should still have too much for Leeds and can be backed at 2/7 in the Full Time Result market.

City to triumph in battle of the big boys

WhatManchester City v Liverpool
WhereEtihad Stadium, Manchester
WhenSaturday 1st April, 12:30
How to watchBT Sport 1
OddsManchester City 8/13, Draw 16/5, Liverpool 4/1

Over the past few years, the rivalry that has most encapsulated the Premier League has been that of Manchester City and Liverpool, with one of the two winning the title in each year since 2018.

City are desperate to close the gap on Arsenal and playing at lunchtime as opposed to three o'clock may give them a psychological advantage as they try to put pressure on the league leaders.

Recently, they have been in fine fettle, going six games unbeaten since their surprise 1-0 loss at Tottenham, while they have also made good progress in the Champions League.

Liverpool are one of only four teams to have beaten City this season after coming out on top at Anfield and City's record against the big six has not been great, as they have lost to both Manchester United and Spurs as well.

However, their home form has been outstanding, collecting 37 points from a possible 42 and scoring 46 goals in the process.

Jurgen Klopp's Reds continue to struggle with injury woes and City's home nous should stand them in good stead for a victory at odds of 8/13.

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Forest's City Ground form set to benefit them

WhatNottingham Forest v Wolves
WhereCity Ground
WhenSaturday 1st April, 15:00
OddsNottingham Forest 2/1, Draw 21/10, Wolves 31/20

Nottingham Forest take on Wolves in one of two clashes on Saturday which directly involves two sides in the bottom nine, all of whom are trying desperately to make sure they stay in the Premier League.

Forest's season can be split into three parts - they started badly, then had a mid-season revival, but they have once again struggled for results over recent weeks, not winning any of their last six in the top flight since a 1-0 success against Leeds.

However, their home form has generally been excellent and the late 2-1 loss to Newcastle just before the international break was their first defeat at the City Ground since the middle of September.

Wolves have improved under Julen Lopetegui but are still in danger of being dragged down with their lack of goals still hurting them.

They have managed to win only twice away from home all season at Everton and Southampton and are the division's joint-lowest scorers with just 22.

Home advantage should really come into play for Forest on Saturday and a win, at odds of 2/1, would see them leapfrog Wolves to potentially go 12th.

Palace and Leicester desperate to avoid defeat

WhatCrystal Palace v Leicester
WhereSelhurst Park
WhenSaturday 1st April, 15:00
OddsCrystal Palace 6/4, Draw 9/4, Leicester 19/10

Both Crystal Palace and Leicester are in dreadful form coming into this game, with Palace deciding to pull the trigger on boss Patrick Vieira and replace him with their veteran former manager Roy Hodgson.

The 75-year-old's remit is very simple - preserve Palace's status in the top flight - and his first task is to end their losing run against Leicester.

Palace have lost each of their last four and haven't won at all in the top flight since a New Year's Eve success at Bournemouth.

Leicester are also sliding down dramatically having not won any of their previous five - a 1-1 draw at Brentford last time prevented that from being five straight losses.

Both teams will almost be more eager to avoid defeat than get a win and it could be very cagey as a result - the draw can be backed at 9/4.

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