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Premier League – 45/1 Bet Builder: Crystal Palace v Arsenal

Patrick Vieira welcomes his former Gunners to Selhurst Park on Monday night as the Eagles look to build on an impressive season under the Frenchman.

Crystal Palace have underachieved in the Premier League considering how well they have played, but a semi-final outing in the FA Cup has underlined the positive influence Vieira has had in south London.

Arsenal are the next visitors on MNF and we’ve pulled together a 45/1 shot for this London derby.

Check out the three legs here:

  • Conor Gallagher to score anytime
  • Granit Xhaka to be booked
  • Match result – Draw

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Crystal Palace v Arsenal Bet Builder Betting Tip:

Conor Gallagher to score anytime

Conor Gallagher has found the net eight times for Crystal Palace this season, with his high-energy, high-press nature affording him opportunities left, right and centre.

The 22-year-old is now instrumental to the way Palace play under Patrick Vieira, and if the hosts are to trouble the Gunners on Monday night, then we reckon Gallagher will be involved.

Gallagher hasn’t scored at Selhurst Park yet in 2022 and without throwing too many cliches at the youngster, he’s “due one” tonight.

Granit Xhaka to be booked

Oh, speaking of cliches, it doesn’t get more “lacking in original thought” than throwing Granit Xhaka in the book.

The mischievous midfielder is up to seven bookings for the season with all but one coming away from home.

On a cold, windy Monday night against competent London rivals, we’re looking the way of the Swiss midfielder for a reckless, mis-timed challenge, as he struggles with the pace of Palace’s front-line.

Match result – Draw

You could argue that Arsenal would tend to settle for a point at Selhurst Park, but not this season.

The Gunners are flying up in fifth, with a couple of games in hand over their north London rivals to leapfrog back into the Champions League spots.

They’ve won their last three away games in the Premier League but Palace are also pulling up trees – they’ve only lost to Liverpool and Chelsea in their last 13 outings.

A well-contested draw looks likely on Monday night.

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