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It was the late, late show for Arsenal at Luton on Tuesday, and another incredibly tough test on the road is right around the corner.
In mid-week, the Gunners looked set to drop points at Kenilworth Road, Gabriel Martinelli, Gabriel Jesus and Kai Havertz all scoring, but a David Raya nightmare up the other end saw Luton also score thrice.
It remained 3-3 until, with the very last touch of the night, Martin Ødegaard’s inch-perfect cross picked out Declan Rice, who’s amazing header snatched all three points for the visitors.
This sparked wild celebrations, as Mikel Arteta’s team made it four league wins on the spin, currently sitting pretty at the top, two points clear of Liverpool and six better off than Manchester City.
Now though, the Gunners face an Aston Villa side who moved up to third this week by beating Man City.
Villa have won 14 successive home league games, equalling club records set in 1903 and 1931, a sequence that dates back to February, when Arsenal themselves won in the Midlands.
All Arsenal fans everywhere will be hoping for a repeat of that 4-2 victory.
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After narrowly missing out on a first Premier League triumph in 20 years to the all-conquering Manchester City, Arsenal will be aiming to reach the summit this term.
Mikel Arteta’s charges will be competing in the Premier League, FA Cup, EFL Cup, and the Champions League, with the latter being their first involvement in Europe’s elite tournament in seven years.
Arsenal to finish top of the Premier League without Manchester City
In Premier League history, all 20 clubs who’ve accumulated 20+ points after eight games have gone on to finish at least fourth.
Last season, the Gunners pushed Manchester City all the way to the wire, and appear once again to be the most-likely challengers, not least because they beat the Sky Blues just last weekend.
Arsenal Premier League Odds
Following their dramatic last-gasp victory over Manchester City, Arsenal’s odds to win the Premier League title have significantly dropped down to 4/1.
The Gunners are somewhat struggling to juggle multiple competitions, paying the price for this in Northern France as they were beaten 2-1 by Lens in matchday two of the Champions League.
Back in the League, Arsenal’s next two away games are at Chelsea and Newcastle, both of which will be a stern test of their title credentials.
Arsenal Champions League Odds
Given that Arsenal haven’t won a Champions League knockout tie since 2009/10, ousting Porto 14 seasons ago, the Gunners seem unlikely to be lining-up at Wembley for this year’s final on 1 June.
Following their 2-1 defeat at Stade Bollaert-Delelis on matchday two, Mikel Arteta’s team slipped down to second in their group, and our now priced at 9/1 to win the Champions League.
Arsenal Carabao Cup Odds
Amazingly, Arsenal have only ever won the League Cup twice, most-recently beating Sheffield Wednesday in the 1993 final.
Having overcome Brentford in round three, ahead of their fourth round trip to West Ham, the Gunners are currently priced at 4/1 to win this season’s EFL Cup, second only to Liverpool.
Victory at the London Stadium would only see these odds shorten so, if they think Mikel Arteta’s team will out the Hammers, back them to go all the way now!
Arsenal Betting Tips and Predictions
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Arsenal will be looking to be a force to be reckoned with for the forthcoming campaign. So, if you are a seasoned Premier League fan, you will have circled off the biggest games in the 38-match season that could ultimately determine the Gunners’ fate.
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One of the most decorated teams in England, Arsenal have landed 13 top-flight titles, with only Manchester United securing more (20).
Arteta, who took over the reins in December 2019, lifted the FA Cup in his debut campaign in charge. The Spanish tactician is desperately trying to restore and recapture the glory days of Arsene Wenger when Arsenal and United were the dominant forces in the Premier League for the best part of the 1990s and the early part of the 2000s.
The Emirates is the home of Arsenal, and they made the move there from Highbury, a stone’s throw away, in 2006. While domestic success has largely been limited to the FA Cup, they are still searching for a first league title in over two decades. Their previous triumph was in the 2003/04 campaign when they earned the celebrated moniker of ‘Invincibles’ for going the entire season unbeaten.
That said, City and to an extent, Liverpool, have pushed the goalposts, making it that much harder for the teams below them to keep pace.
One of the few clubs that has played every season in the Premier League, Arsenal are desperately trying to get their hands on a European title. They have suffered much heartache in the Champions League, and they came up short in the 2006 final against Barcelona, but more often than not, they have struggled to get past the Round of 16.
In recent times, Arsenal have been regular Europa League representatives, and they came close to winning the competition in 2019, but they lost in a penalty shoot-out in the final against Chelsea. Before Europe’s second-tier competition was given a makeover, Arsenal lost on penalties against Galatasaray in the UEFA Cup Final.
The Gunners have a storied history and an amazing fan base, and it will be fascinating to see how things unfold this campaign.