Arsenal welcome one their recent bogey clubs to the Emirates in need of a victory following a series of less than desirable results that has left the North Londoners feeling some heat from their faithful fans.
Arsenal have only failed to score once this season in all competitions but that occurred away from home. At the Emirates, the opponents net has bulged in every game. That is an ominous sign that takes care of the Gunners half of this bet. Despite a dodgy start to the season, Wolves have also only failed to only score once in the Premier League this season and that is why both teams to score is the way to go with popular sportsbooks for that extra excitement in the betting markets.
BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE
We highlighted above why it is almost inevitable as to why both teams will find the back of the net in this one but when added to the draw result, the opportunity to clean up is almost too much to take. So far the pair have played a combined 20 Premier League games this season and between them, 50% have been drawn. A draw was also the result between the two when they met last season at the Emirates so if you do anything, back a second straight league draw for both these sides.
DRAW RESULT AND BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE
Both teams will likely score, the draw is the most possible result, and there will be under 2.75 goals in the game. That makes the 1-1 draw inevitable. However, if you don’t want to take the full risk, then just plump on under 2.75 goals in the game. Only one of Wolves’ last nine games in all competitions have seen more than two goals. Wolves clearly put up a staunch defence, so backing under 2.75 goals in this game is a smart way to go.
UNDER 2.75 GOALS
Head to Head
It is Wolves who have had the better of the results against Arsenal of late. Last season the midlands outfit took four points from the Gunners including taking a 1-1 draw away from the Emirates a year ago. That was backed up with a 3-1 win at Molineux Stadium. Overall, Arsenal have claimed 57 wins over Wolves with Wanderers winning 30 times and a total of 27 draws.
Match to end in a draw
Arsenal may not lose at home, but they also do not win as much as they would like. Two draws in five may not sound too bad but it could be better. To compound this further, they are about to face draw specialists Wolves who have shared the spoils in 60% of their Premier League games this season. Between the two their has been a total of ten draws this season, that is 50% of the sides shared games season and that was the result at the Emirates last season. Everything points to the draw and there is good value to be had from online betting sites by going that way.
Darren Williamson is an experienced soccer writer and tipster, covering everything from the Premier League to League Two. Darren also closely follows European soccer, 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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