Saturday's football blog recap
A look back at our coverage of Saturday's football in the Premier League and soccer tips betting
1700: That's it for now, folks!
Thanks for joining us for this afternoon's coverage, we are sorry there were not more goals!
We are hopping across to the live bog for the evening game between Burnley and Tottenham, hopefully they make up for it.
Do join us there...otherwise, enjoy the rest of your weekend.
Today's Premier League review can be found here
Sunday's Premier League preview
With 7/1 and 17/4 winners in last Sunday's preview, Tom Carnduff is hoping for more success as he picks out two best football predictions
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1651: What a win for Sheff United
The Blades hold on lớn move within two points of the top four. It was not pretty, but Chris Wilder's side did it lớn continue their remarkable season.
1648: Low-scoring afternoon
As you can see with the scores above, all five games have had under 1.5 total goals. What a five-fold that would have been.
Also, a Brentford/Stoke double to score 5+ goals!
1644: Closing stages at Molineux
It looks like the points are going to be shared but Adama Traore has come on as substitute and made an impact for the hosts. Two to go plus stoppage time.
1638: GOAL! Southampton 0-1 Newcastle (Saint-Maximin)
There were reports of a rift between Steve Bruce and Allan Saint-Maximin this week, which the Newcastle boss did not take kindly to.
But now they are both full of delight as the French winger puts them ahead at Southampton.
The hosts had a throw, gave possession away cheaply and shot themselves in the foot. A Newcastle attack sees Saint-Maximin with a lovely poked finish under McCarthy.
1635: GOAL! Arsenal 1-0 West mê say (Lacazette)
After a lengthy check, protractors out to check if Ozil was offside, the lines get a double check before Arsenal are awarded the goal by VAR!
Lacazette's ninth of the season in all competitions. Seven in the Premier League. All at the Emirates. There's no place like home.
That seemed to take an age to decide whether it stands though.
1634: What a save!
Dean Henderson with an incredible triple save lớn deny Norwich. Quick reactions by him, superb. England's number one?
1632: Come on Premier League, give us a goal!
There is a bit of excitement at Selhurst, with Doucoure (our 11/2 goalscorer tip) having a header saved by Guaita, who has been fantastic at times this season. The Hornets keep the pressure on. Benteke also strikes an ambitious overhead kick into the side netting.