GunnersGaming by Betsson, Arsenal’s Official Betting Partner, give us the rundown on some of the markets on offer ahead of Saturday’s game against West Brom...

West Bromwich Albion are the visitors to Emirates Stadium on Saturday and the away side will arrive with fond memories of last season’s 3-2 victory. Indeed, last season Arsenal only managed to take a point from their two games against the Baggies so Saturday is sure to be another tough game.

There were nine goals shared in the two fixtures last season, so those at Emirates stadium may well be in for an entertaining Saturday afternoon. Over 3.5 goals in the game is available at a tempting 3/2 (2.5)

Arsène Wenger will be hoping that his side can build on Tuesday night’s clean sheet but also add the kind of invention and end product that was so devastating against Chelsea. If they are able to produce that kind of all-round display, the Gunners will surely be fancied to continue the resurgence in their Premier League form that has seen them win their last three in a row. Back Arsenal to win and keep a sheet at 6/5 (2.21) or a 2-0 win at 9/2 (5.55).

If they are to do so, captain Robin van Persie is sure to play an integral part. With an incredible nine goals in his last five league games, the Dutchman is certainly leading from the front and looks good value to score more than 1.5 goals at 3/1 (4.0). Or what about another hat-trick at a tempting 16/1 (17.0)?

Perhaps with all the attention on Van Persie there may be more space for strike partner Gervinho to score first, available at 5/1 (6.0) - or Aaron Ramsey to score at any time available at 3/1 (4.0).

GunnersGaming would like to wish the team all the best against West Bromwich Albion. If you’re new to there is no better time to get started as we will refund your first three non-winning bets (up to the value of £25) and double your first deposit in the casino (up to the value of £200).

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4 Nov 2011