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Sunderland provided a solid test in the FA Cup 3rd round on Saturday but it was one which Arsenal passed comfortably in the end. Arsène Wenger was happy with his side’s mental strength as the reacted to going down early by hitting back with three goals. That was the Gunners’ third straight win and their eighth in their last ten games across all competitions. Heading to Anfield in this form sees Arsenal as the favourites at 6/4 to take all three points.
Two of Arsenal’s last three wins at Anfield came by a scoreline of 2-1. Last season only a late Martin Skrtel prevented them from winning 2-1, with the game finishing 2-2. Arsenal to win this game 2-1 pays out at a tasty 17/2.
Olivier Giroud has two goals in his last three games against Liverpool, hitting one in each of last season’s games. Giroud is 11/2 to score first and 8/5 to score anytime, an even more attractive proposition once you consider how Liverpool have struggled against set-pieces and crosses this season.
Combine Giroud to score first with Arsenal to win 2-1 for a price of 30/1. To cover more possibilities you can take Giroud to score anytime and Arsenal to win by any score at 7/2 with our Wincast market.Copyright 2016 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source