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Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsdale. Photo: Catherine Ivill/Getty Images

We have come through the first week of the AFL Finals series. The NRL is about to reach its peak and head towards the final. The EPL gets more intriguing every game day. What an era!

Speaking of time, we couldn’t be further in the world with our September 4 Multi of the Day. real matters, however, as long as we can go ahead and verify some odds.

Of the two games here, it looks like you would have a lot would rather be at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon watching Manchester United take on Arsenal – which appears to be one of the EPL matchday six games – than be in Newcastle watching the Sharks tread on the hapless Knights . One is a game between titans, the other an NRL version of the titanic, as a losing season for the Knights draws to a close as the Sharks get into September action.

The multi “Do I need to stand and watch this”

NRL Round 23 - Sea Eagles v Sharks

Matt Ikuvalu of the Sharks. Photo: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images

Newcastle Knights v Cronulla Sharks

Cronulla Sharks -19.5

In the last 14 games Cronulla has played in, the line has been covered by the away team 13 times.

Matt Ikuvalu Anytime Try Scorer

Ikuvalu has at least one try in six of his last seven games, he should have plenty of chances to cross the line on Sunday.

Arsenal FC v Aston Villa - Premier League

Arsenal’s Granit Xhaka: Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images

Manchester United v Arsenal

Arsenal H2H

Arsenal have started the season in perfect fashion: 5/5 and the only team to have won every game so far this season. The market has this one wrong. Yes, United have won their last three, but they were hardly impressive against Leicester and Southampton.

More than 2 goals in the match.

In the combined 10 games the two teams have played in the EPL this season, seven of the 10 have scored three or more goals. I expect this to be a fast, high-scoring game to excite the fans.

— 4 legs @ $10.40

(via Bet365. Odds as of September 2)


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