Gunners favourites to win against Newcastle

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Arsenal are 1.44 with bet365 and Betfred to beat Newcastle at the Emirates, and everything suggests they will do just that.

The Gunners notched their third consecutive league win with a 1-0 victory at Wigan last weekend, and now sit in seventh place in the league.

The stats are also very good as far as this fixture is concerned, as Newcastle have won just one of their last 10 Premier League games against them (W1 D5 L4).

The last 10 meetings at Emirates Stadium have also resulted in 7 wins for Arsenal, 2 for Newcastle and a draw.

Alan Pardew’s men have have also failed to find the net on four occasions in that period whereas Arsenal have managed to at least two on five occasions.

That suggest that over 2.5 goals is a decent punt at 1.67 with Betfred, and Arsenal to win to nil at 2.5 with Paddy Power also makes plenty of appeal.

Santi Cazorla is the leading goalscorer in the league for Arsenal this season, and looks a bit of value at 8 with Paddy Power to net the opener.

He can also be backed at 2.75 with Boylesports to net anytime.

As far as the correct score market is concerned a 3-0 win for Arsene Wenger;’ men appeals most at the 10 on offer with Paddy Power as it is a scoreline they have managed in two of the last four meetings between the pair at the Emirates.


3 thoughts on “Gunners favourites to win against Newcastle

  1. Add to this, Newcastle’s growing absentee list – Gutierrez, Anita, Ben Arfa, Tiote, Cabaye, Taylor – and you feel the Gunners will dominate

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