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Grab yourself a tasty 7/1 fourfold for tonight's Premier League games at BetVictor


Wednesday evening's action wraps up the midweek Premier League matches and we've got a bet from each of this evening's matches as part of a tasty 7/1 accumulator.

Arsenal vs Southampton – Less than 2.5 goals – BetVictor 20/21

Everton win against Hull City – BetVictor 11/20

Chelsea v Spurs – Both teams scoring – BetVictor 20/23

Sunderland vs Man City – Black Cats to score – BetVictor 40/85


Arsenal v Southampton

The Saints suffered a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester City on Sunday afternoon, however they will be looking to keep it much tighter when they travel to the Emirates this evening, hopeful that they can go home with at least a point.

Arsenal have been struggling to find the back of the net of late and we’re not expecting this to change in North London tonight. As such, we feel that this match will end in stalemate with perhaps a 1-1 or 0-0 scoreline.


Everton win against Hull at Goodison Park

Hull are struggling of late and have been performing dreadfully both at home and away. We can’t see anything but an Everton win in this clash, the Tigers looking completely toothless in all areas.

The Toffees were beaten by Tottenham Hotspur at the weekend, however there was very little between the two teams on that occasion and they will bounce back from that defeat when they face weaker opposition tonight with a win at Goodison.


Chelsea v Spurs – Both teams scoring

Tottenham have been banging in the goals this season and have become ‘Both Teams Scoring’ specialists throughout the campaign, especially on the road with all but two of their nine away trips ending with a goal for each side.

They are certainly worth backing to continue this record when they make the short trip to Stamford Bridge tonight and Chelsea will be fancied to return the compliment with a goal of their own, even in the absence of Diego Costa.


Sunderland scoring against Man City

The Black Cats are looking good at home and they have a decent home record against tonight’s opponents, winning their last four games against Manchester City at the Stadium of Light 1-0. This may well be a rather tough task to emulate this evening, however we expect them to find the back of the net at some stage.

City managed a clean sheet against Southampton on Saturday, however they have been defensively suspect this term and could be without Vincent Kompany and Eliaquim Mangala for this match.