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Gunners can end Swans resurgence

Gunners can end Swans resurgence


There are three Premier League games taking place on Tuesday night, with all three looking intriguing top-flight fixtures which will have an impact at both ends of the table.

It’s bottom against sixth at the Liberty Stadium, as Swansea face Arsenal looking for a win that could move them out of the bottom three.

The Swans are unbeaten in their last five games in all competitions – infact, they have only lost once since Carlos Carvalhal took charge in December.

But games might be catching up with the hosts, who have played six times already this month, with the Gunners having had a full week to prepare for this clash whilst Swansea had a tough FA Cup clash at Notts County on Saturday.

Arsene Wenger has seen his team (20/39 to win on Tuesday) claim comfortable victories in their last two trips to the Liberty Stadium – 0-4 and 0-3 – and will demand a win that will keep them in touch with the top four.

It’s been over a month since the last time Mesut Ozil scored in the Premier League but the German is back to full fitness and is 41/20 to find the net, while Henrikh Mkhitaryan can be backed at 19/10 to open his account on his debut.

At the same time (7:45pm), West Ham face Crystal Palace at the London Stadium with just one point and two places separating the two sides.

Despite a recent turnaround in fortunes, both teams go into the games off defeats while both have extensive injury lists to deal with.

West Ham are without Winston Reid, Manuel Lanzini, Andy Carroll and Michail Antonio, while Palace are still missing Jason Puncheon, Scott Dann, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Mamadou Sakho.

Both teams would be happy with a draw to help their cause to avoid the drop and draw looks like the best bet at 9/4, with a Score Draw available to back at 33/10.

Tuesday’s 8pm kick off sees Huddersfield face Liverpool at the John Smith’s Stadium (Match Betting – Huddersfield 37/4, Draw 15/4, Liverpool – 4/11), with good friends meeting on the touchline.

David Wagner was Jurgen Klopp’s assistant at Borussia Dortmund, but their friendship will be on hold in midweek, with both teams desperate for the points.

These are worrying times for the Terriers, with no wins in the last six league games and three straight losses. The hosts have scored just one goal in their last four in the league, a run that has seen them slip to 14th.

Liverpool have lost their last two – at Swansea and at home to West Brom in the FA Cup – and will seek a quick response. The Reds can be backed to at Evens to win to zero.

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