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Premier League – 15/1 Bet Builder: Arsenal v Leicester

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Leicester travel to North London this afternoon to take on Arsenal, and we’ve got the action at the Emirates covered with our 15/1 Bet Builder.

  • Both teams to score
  • Bukayo Saka to have 1 or more shots on target
  • Gabriel to have 1 or more shots on target
  • Over 4.5 Leicester corners

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Arsenal v Leicester Bet Builder Betting Tip:

Both teams to score

There should be goals at both ends at the Emirates this afternoon in what’s likely to be an open game.

Arsenal have conceded at home in their last five games in all competitions, while Leicester have scored in all but one of their away games in the league this term.

Bukayo Saka to have 1 or more shots on target

Saka has been in excellent form recently, and he’s racked up 11 shots on target in his last eight starts, scoring six goals.

And he looks a solid bet to notch up another one against a Leicester side that rank 3rd for shots conceded in the league this season.

Gabriel to have 1 or more shots on target

Leicester have struggled from set-pieces all season – conceding more goals (13) and allowing more shots (122) than any other team in the Premier League.

Gabriel possesses a serious aerial threat, and he’s managed 21 shots this season – he looks a massive price to land at least one on target this afternoon.

Over 4.5 Leicester corners

Leicester are averaging 5.12 corners per match in the Premier League this season, which increases to 5.50 when they’re on the road.

They’ve hit four or more in each of their last seven games, including at Anfield, so five or more looks perfectly achievable at the Emirates today.

*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.