GunnersGaming by Betsson, Arsenal’s Official Betting Partner, give us the rundown on some of the markets on offer ahead of Sunday’s match against Manchester City...
Arsenal take on Manchester City on Sunday as they look to bounce back from last weekend’s disappointing defeat at QPR. The visitors have wobbled in recent weeks and Arsène Wenger's side will be hoping to apply further pressure to maintain their excellent recent home form.
Arsenal have won five of their last six Premier League games at Emirates Stadium, scoring 19 goals in the process while conceding just six. Roberto Mancini's side, on the other hand, have somewhat struggled away from home, losing seven of their last 20 away matches in the league. They have also lost three of their last six fixtures.
Their main source of trouble has been their inability to score, failing to find the back of the net more than once away from home since November 5. City will certainly be looking to keep the game tight and on that basis there is a strong chance of fewer than 1.5 goals in the game, available at 3/1.
Arsenal have narrowly lost 1-0 in both fixtures between the two sides this season and will be looking to turn the tables with the home crowd behind them. If Arsenal win, the Football Predictor predicts 1-0 as the most likely outcome, priced at a rewarding 13/2. However, while tipping the Gunners as favourites to win, it predicts that 1-1 is the most probable scoreline at 4/1.
Interestingly, Tomas Rosicky has scored more goals against Manchester City than Robin van Persie and is a tempting 11/2 to find the net again on Sunday. Van Persie, on the other hand, is 5/4 to end his mini goal drought.
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