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Arsenal are often vulnerable after the international break with two 2-2 draws to their name in the aftermath this season but despite a 2-1 defeat to Swansea last time, Arsene Wenger

Arsenal are often vulnerable after the international break with two 2-2 draws to their name in the aftermath this season but despite a 2-1 defeat to Swansea last time, Arsene Wenger (pictured) and his men should hold an injury-stricken Manchester United in tomorrow's late game.

Fellow Londoners West Ham have been one of the surprise packages of the season as they currently sit pretty in fourth and with Everton themselves having injury woes a draw maybe on the agenda here.

Swansea upset Arsenal before the break and could give Man City a hard time tomorrow but still just fall short with City advised to win by exactly one goal at 14/5. Sunday's games are tough but chance Crystal Palace to earn a draw against Liverpool.


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