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This weekend our bet centres on the title race in the Premier League, and we’re looking at Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal.

The Red Devils kick off the Premier League weekend with the early kick-off on Saturday at home to in-form Spurs. (Full match preview here.) Now, while the north Londoners have excelled beating Arsenal and Chelsea in their last two games, they head to Old Trafford knowing United have won 13 and lost none of the last 17 Premier League games against Spurs. And even more damning, Tottenham have won none of the last 66 Premier League away games against the Big Four of Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United.

Late on Saturday afternoon Arsenal, who still habour faint hopes of stealing the championship[, face a must-win game again top-four hopefuls Manchester City. (Full match preview here.) The Wenger Boys are reeling at the minute having taken just three points from seven games against the teams in the current top five – fewer than any of the other four clubs. But historically the Gunners have a great record against the Citizens on home turf having won 10 and lost none of the 12 Premier League home games with City.

Then on Sunday afternoon it is the turn of Chelsea to cement their position at the top of the table as they play host to Stoke at Stamford Bridge. (Full match preview here.) The Blues will enter the match without captain John Terry, who saw red against Tottenham in the previous match. However an interesting stat to consider is that Chelsea are unbeaten in the last 20 league matches in which JT has not featured.

All in all we expect all three of the top three to win this weekend, and staking £3 on Manchester United (1.39), Arsenal (1.93) and Chelsea (1.11) all to win we aim to scoop an £8.93 return.