Burnley take on Arsenal live on Sky Sports 1 on Saturday 11th April, find out how bet365 can help you to get more from your bets on a game which will have an effect on matters at both ends of the Premier League table.
Burnley did their chances of beating the drop no harm at all when preventing in-form striker Harry Kane from scoring in a 0-0 draw with Tottenham last time out and the Clarets will be hoping to frustrate another North London club in Arsenal. 69% of Burnley’s points have been earned at Turf Moor and they’ll be counting on their home support to help them beat the odds once more as they did when recording a shock 1-0 win over Man City less than a month ago.
The Gunners produced a memorable display to beat Liverpool 4-1, a result which all but ends the Reds’ top-four challenge, but enhances their own prospects of qualifying for the Champions League and Arsene Wenger’s side will now be hoping to beat Man City and Man Utd to second spot. Arsenal have won their last 7 Premier League games and have founbd the net in each of their last 5 away matches, so will be a tough nut for the hosts to crack if turning up in the same form.
With the match being shown live on Sky Sports, plenty of punters will be having abet on the game and both casual and professional gamblers can get more from their betting by using some of the football offers on bet365.
Bore Draw Money Back
Sunday’s stalemate with Spurs was Burnley’s fourth 0-0 result in the Premier League this season and you’d imagine that their best chance of getting anything out of this game would be to attempt to stifle the visitors.
Arsenal have only failed to score twice this season, so a bore-draw would seem unlikely, but punters staking on the Correct Score, Half-Time/Full-Time and Scorecast markets for Burnley v Arsenal will at least have their bets protected by a refund of losing stakes at bet365 should the game end 0-0.
Each-Way First Goalscorers
The hosts have relied heavily on the goalscoring exploits of Danny Ings this season and he’ll be looking to take his tally of Premier League goals into double figures. Ashley Barnes could be an under the radar selection to notch first at generous odds, having bagged 5 goals this season, with the same to be said of midfielder George Boyd.
However, it’s Olivier Giroud for the away side who is likely to be the focus of most punters’ thoughts here after moving on to 14 league goals with his late strike against Liverpool. Alexis Sanchez is tied with the Frenchman for strikes in this campaign and is probably preferred to Mesut Özil and Santi Cazorla as an alternative, having consistently produced this season, while Aaron Ramsey also enters calculations.
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