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Punter wins insane amount with bet of the weekend involving Liverpool and Arsenal

Punter wins insane amount with bet of the weekend involving Liverpool and Arsenal

A £10 bet was placed on Sunday's Premier League games.

A punter won a staggering bet after including Liverpool and Arsenal in their stunning accumulator.

Liverpool and Arsenal both lost on Sunday as they suffered crushing home defeats, losing ground on the Premier League title race as a supercomputer delivered a new prediction.

Crystal Palace beat Liverpool 1-0 at Anfield thanks to a first-half strike by Eberechi Eze.

Later on in the day, Unai Emery returned to the Emirates as his Aston Villa side beat Arsenal 2-0.

Second-half goals from Leon Bailey and Ollie Watkins ensured their victory on the road.

Elsewhere, Fulham picked up three points against West Ham United in a 2-0 victory, with Andreas Pereira bagging a brace.

And a punter predicted all three of those results, placing a £10 bet on a three-fold accumulator.

A screenshot of the bettor's accumulator emerged online, showing a potential winnings of £3,920.

A cash out of £3,714.67 was available in the 88th minute of the Villa game as they were leading Arsenal two-nil.

Image: via X
Image: via X

The defeats to Arsenal and Liverpool leave them in second and third place in the table respectively.

They both have 71 points on the board, two points adrift of Manchester City, who beat Luton Town 5-1 on Saturday.

Asked whether there will be more twists in the title race before the season is over, Mikel Arteta replied: "That’s a possibility, that’s the reality right now. It was the same a few months back, we knew that this moment could come. Now it’s about reacting and keep believing and doing what we can."

As for Klopp, he bemoaned his team's showing. He said: "I feel really rubbish. I am standing here and to talk about this game is really tricky.

"The first half was absolutely not good enough. We lost conviction from the last game [against Atalanta]. We concede the goal, which is a horrible goal. A completely free player in the six-yard box, that cannot happen."

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports/Paramount Pictures

Topics: Liverpool, Arsenal, Football