Can Arsenal match the Invincibles with eight wins in a row?

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Arsenal are a top priced 1.62 with Betfred and Paddy Power to make it win number eight on the bounce when they travel to Loftus Road to take on QPR.
The Gunners’ 3-0 win over Villa last weekend meant that they now have the joint-longest run of consecutive league wins (7) in 2011-12 Premier League.
They last won eight in a row back in March 2004, and everything suggests they are worthy odds-on shots to match that.

QPR have lost the plot since Mark Hughes took over, and have picked up more red cards this season than any other team (6).
Half of those have come since Sparky’s arrival, and Cisse will be suspended for this having picked up a second red card for the club at Sunderland last week.
The R’s are really struggling and it’s difficult to see where any revival will come from.
Their defence is poor, and an on-song Arsenal should be able to tear it apart and register a comfortable win.
The Gunners’ superb run of form has seen them climb into third place, and this is an ideal opportunity to pick up more points in a bid to secure a place in next season’s Champions League.
Robin van Persie heads the goalscorer markets as usual, but he has only managed to score against one PL side (Man United) in both league meetings this season.
For that reason I am going to desert him, and put up Aaron Ramsey as a value alternative.
The midfielder could have bagged a hat-trick in Arsenal’s last away game at Everton, and if back in the side after being dropped for last week’s game will be carrying my cash to score anytime at a juicy looking 4.5 with bet365.
I fancy Arsene Wenger’s men to keep a clean sheet and win this 2-0, and that scoreline is an 8 shot with bet365, Boylesports and Paddy Power.

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