GunnersGaming by Betsson, Arsenal’s Official Betting Partner, give us the rundown on some of the markets on offer ahead of Tuesday's Carling Cup tie with Bolton...

The games continue to arrive thick and fast for the Gunners and Bolton are the next team in the firing line with a Carling Cup Quarter-Final place up for grabs. Arsenal have now won their last five home games; a run which included a 3-0 victory over Tuesday night’s opponents, and they will be keen to keep that momentum going.

Wenger is likely to give some of the youngsters an opportunity to stake a claim for more regular first-team action and Arsenal fans will be hoping the likes of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ryo and Ju Young Park all take their chance to shine. Oxlade-Chamberlain already has a Carling Cup goal to his name and is available to score first at 6/1 (7.00).

Or what about South Korean captain Park to announce himself to Arsenal fans with more than 1.5 goals at 8/1 (9.00)?

Bolton currently find themselves in the Premier League relegation zone but have been stronger on their travels with both league wins coming away from home. The last round of the Carling Cup saw them claim an away victory at Aston Villa and they will certainly provide a stern test for a changed Arsenal side.

Fancy the Gunners to win by one goal? Why not back them at 3/1 (4.15)? Or how about a 2-1 win at 13/2 (7.65)?

Finally, how about backing the Gunners to continue their trend of being level at half time only to go on and win, available at 7/2 (4.75)?

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