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The best home points tally in the Premier League takes on the side who have picked up the most points on the road when Chelsea and Spurs clash.
The Blues, under boss Jose Mourinho, have not lost a Premier League match at Stamford Bridge and you have to go all the way back to 1990 for the last time Spurs picked up an away win against the Pensioners.
Gary Lineker was the hero that day but the north London club might have to wait at least another year to celebrate a win over their London rivals.
Only European champions Bayern Munich have tasted victory at the Emirates since October last year in a run that has seen the Gunners concede just five goals.
But defeat to Stoke last week in the league has seen the pressure crank up on Arsene Wenger’s side as they go in search of a first trophy since 2005.
Everton have the ability, as their 1-1 draw with Gunners back in December proved, to cause the north London side problems but three straight league defeats on their travels does not instil much confidence in Roberto Martinez’s side.
So back the Gunners to do the business and reach the semi-finals of the FA Cup for the first time since 2009.
The Dons are rightly the 5/2 favourites for Scottish Cup glory after their brilliant victory over Celtic in the last round.
And with just one defeat in their last seven games in all competitions, Derek McInnes’ side will be confident of sealing a semi-final spot against Championship outfit Dumbarton.
There is not much recent form to guide us in this SPFL encounter between Kilmarnock and Hearts, but we are backing Killie to produce the goods in front of their home fans against the side bottom of the Premiership.
One saving grace for Allan Johnstone’s side this season has been their home form and with just one defeat from their last six at Rugby Park they should be able to dispatch a Hearts side who have struggled on the road for most of the campaign.
Diego Simeone’s side were terribly out of sorts in their shock 3-0 defeat to Osasuna two weeks ago but they bounced back to hold on to a 2-2 draw with city and title rivals Real Madrid.
With Atletico’s title dream still alive victory over a Celta Vigo side unbeaten at home in seven games in all competitions is a must and they will be confident of victory at the Estadio Balaídos – a stadium they have won at on their last three visits.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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