Why Sergio Aguero is sure to score for Man City against Arsenal
The Tipster is backing Sergio Aguero to net for Manchester City when they welcome Arsenal to the Etihad Stadium on Sunday
Manchester City welcome Arsenal to the Etihad Stadium in what is the glamour tie of another fixture-filled Sunday of football – and The Tipster is backing Sergio Aguero to score against the Gunners for the second time this season.
Our man-in-the-know is also tipping Nani to net when Manchester United make the trip to Queens Park Rangers in a clash sure to produce plenty of goals – and Tottenham to romp to victory when they host Sunderland.
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Now, onto today’s selection of top tips…
Sergio Aguero to score at any time against Arsenal – 11/10
Manchester City splashed Â£38m to bring Aguero to Eastlands from Atletico Madrid in September and the Argentina international has already gone quite some way to justifying his hefty price-tag. The 23-year-old has bagged 11 league goals in just 13 appearances, including a sparkling hat-trick against Wigan Athletic. He has also already scored against Arsenal, nicking a late winner in their Carling Cup quarter-final triumph at The Emirates. It’s no wonder then, that The Tipster is backing the Argentine to get on the score-sheet again when Arsenal make the trip to Manchester this weekend.
Nani to score at any time against Queens Park Rangers – 11/8
Nani has flourished since the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Real Madrid in 2009. The 25-year-old was particularly impressive at the start of this season, scoring a thrilling brace against Manchester City in the Community Shield followed by goals against Arsenal and Chelsea. The Portugal international had struggled in recent weeks but scored his first league goals since September against Wolverhampton Wanderers last weekend. Always a goalscoring threat, Nani to score against Queens Park Rangers looks like good value at 11/8.
Over 2.5 goals Queens Park Rangers v Manchester United – 4/5
United ruthlessly disposed of Wolves last weekend, with braces from Nani and Wayne Rooney helping Sir Alex Ferguson’s side to a healthy 4-1 win. Meanwhile, Neil Warnock’s outfit have been involved in a number of thrillers of their own of late, with their last six games producing 20 goals. The Tipster expects more of the same in London on Sunday – and over 2.5 goals in Queens Park Rangers is a tempting 4/5.
Tottenham Hotspur to beat Sunderland by two goals – 3/1
The Tipster enjoys watching Harry Redknapp’s side and the north London outfit have already scored 30 goals in 15 league games this season. Despite their 2-1 defeat by Stoke City last Sunday, our resident betting expert is backing Spurs to bounce back and win against Sunderland. Redknapp’s men have been in uncompromising form this season, winning by a two-goal margin on seven occasions – and they are 3/1 to do the same against the Black Cats on Sunday.
The long shot: Liverpool to come from behind to beat Villa – 6/1
Aston Villa have struggled to see out games from a winning position in the league this season. In September, Richard Dunne’s 90th-minute own-goal handed QPR a fortunate equaliser, and they twice relinquished the lead at the Stadium of Light to draw 2-2 with Sunderland. Alex McLeish was then left exasperated by West Brom’s 2-1 victory at Villa Park after a Darren Bent penalty had put the home side ahead. Kenny Dalglish has drilled a never-say-die attitude into his troops and Liverpool are sure to keep plugging away until the finial whistle if they fall behind. So, The Tipster’s audacious 40-yard screamer for this edition is for Liverpool to come from behind at Villa Park at an irristable 6/1.
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