Man City vs Arsenal: Predictions, Betting Tips & Odds

Premier League Man City vs Arsenal

Sunday, February 3rd, 2019, @23:30
Etihad Stadium


Man City 1.30| Team 5.72| Arsenal 7.89


Predictions | Betting Tips | Odds | Statistics

Arsenal are gifted another chance to halt their miserable run against defending Premier League champions Manchester City but will have to do it the hard way at an unforgiving Etihad Stadium.

Predictions

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Arsenal’s indifferent form has made them difficult to predict of late. Victory over Chelsea in the league was slap bang in the middle of defeats to West Ham in the Premier League and Manchester United in the FA Cup leaving an air of uncertainty around Unai Emery’s men.

However, what is not in doubt in City’s recent dominance over the Gunners and the reason why Pep Guardiola’s men are the only way to go with the latest betting sites odds for an outright winner.

City have scored a total of 11 goals in their last four meetings with Arsenal compared to the Gunners’ one, which tells its own story.

Arsenal also have one of the worst away defensive records in the league this season having conceded 22 times, whilst City’s +30 home goal difference is the best in the Premier League.

Backing the home side makes complete financial sense especially when you consider the Citizens average 3.33 goals at home per game making City to win 3-0 for the third time in four meetings with Arsenal the prediction for this game.

Betting Tips

Man City to be leading 1-0 at the break

That has been the exact scoreline in City’s last three games in all competitions with the best bookmakers making this a well-priced opening half bet. 

A City clean sheet

Arsenal have failed to score a goal against City in their last three meetings in all competitions and have not won an away game since November. 

Odds

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  Man City Draw Arsenal
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Statistics

Head To Head


Man City 1.30| Team 5.72| Arsenal 7.89


 


About the Author

is an experienced football writer and tipster, covering everything from the Premier League to League Two. Darren also closely follows European football, cricket, and tennis and lives just outside London with his family. He counts music, food and travel among his non-sporting interests, but can’t go too long without taking in a sporting event or two.




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