An overabundance of home successes commands this present end of the week’s expectations and Sunderland could add another wind to the transfer fight everywhere chances. Love them or abhor them, Chelsea will be in the FA Cup last alongside Middlesbrough composes David Walker. 

Saturday 22 April 

Weapons store versus Tottenham Hotspur 

The race for fourth spot hots up in this noon offering as Arsenal hope to make up the four point hole that isolates them from their north London rivals. The measurements highlight a home success. 7mThe Gunners have won the last six home Premiership installations against Spurs and seven out of 13 generally speaking. Tottenham Hotspur have not had any happiness at Highbury since the Premiership started in 1992/93 when they won 3-1. Overlooked striker John Hendry scored twice on one of his couple of appearances in a Spurs shirt following a £5,000 change from Dundee. 

Walker’s Word: Arsenal to close the hole @ 4/5.

Bolton Wanderers versus Charlton Athletic 

Bolton finished a run of five successive group massacres with a goalless draw against West Brom on Monday and this match could be a comparative yawnfest. Two of the four last gatherings between these sides have delivered goalless attracts while Charlton appear to cherish a 0-0 outcome as it has highlighted in five of their last 10 Premiership matches. 

Walker’s Word: Another drag draw @ 23/10 and 0-0 @ 17/2. 

Everton versus Birmingham City 

Birmingham City are running out of games on the off chance that they are to get by in the Premiership and are probably not going to get any kindnesses this Saturday. Steve Bruce’s side have not succeeded at Everton since winning advancement to the first class however have attracted 1-1 double the last three gatherings. Their odds of triumph are thin and they haven’t succeeded at Goodison Park since 1957 and have lost multiple times out and about this season. 

Walker’s Word: Home win @ 11/10. 

Newcastle United versus West Bromwich Albion 

Under Glenn Roeder, Newcastle are one of the structure groups in the Premiership. They have won their last four matches in succession and this is an extraordinary chance to make it five. The Magpies have won both Premiership gatherings at St James Park while the Baggies have not won there since 1977. Bryan Robson’s side have won away from home once all season and are probably not going to improve that record this end of the week. 

Walker’s Word: Five on the turn for Newcastle @ 4/5.