BANK HOLIDAY Monday sees Hull try to do themselves a favour at the wrong end of the table against an Arsenal side bidding to finish second behind Chelsea.

Hull beat Liverpool last Monday but the Gunners are a much tougher proposition so they’ll need to go some to produce a result.

I’ll post a separate preview on the Premier League but from a betting point of view the match that interests me more is Dundalk v Bray in the League of Ireland. Last season’s double winners Dundalk have started where they left off last season and have won eight and drawn two of their first 10 matches.

Bray sit second bottom after just two wins and have lost their last two 5-0 and 3-0 at home to Galway and Shamrock respectively. Dundalk have won all five home games to nil – three of them by 3-0.

Last season Dundalk beat Bray 5-1 at home and 3-0 away and they report no injury problems and are fit and raring to go after a 10-day break.

Stephen Kenny’s men are no bigger than 2-13 at 888sport so for value you have to look at the handicaps and they are 1-2 with Ladbrokes -1 and 6-5 with Ladbrokes -2 and the latter is the Super Single.

Elsewhere it’s Cagliari v Parma and Almeria v Celta Vigo and I’ll take a closer look at these and others before deciding whether to put up any more tips.

On Sunday I put my faith in Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the Super Single but he failed to hit the target against Nantes. However, PSG’s win brought up a 2-1 Top Treble after earlier successes for Chelsea and Napoli.

6pts Super Single

Dundalk -2 (3pm)
(6-5, Ladbrokes)

May Super Single record

4 bets (1 winner, 3 losers)
Profit: -3.5pts

May Top Treble record

3 bets (2 winners, 1 loser)
Profit: 9pts


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