Arsenal may have lost their last two home games, but they are still very hot favourites at 4/11 (Stan James) to beat Aston Villa tomorrow, as their opponents are 20 points below them, and just one point away from relegation.
Despite their lowly position, Villa have managed to beat West Ham and draw with Everton in their last two games, so their price of 10/1 (from Bet365) could be extremely generous if Arsenal have totally lost their confidence. The draw is also highly priced by Bet365 at 9/2. Please remember that if you are going to open a bookies account you should check out BonusReferrerCode.com to find out which Sportsbooks give the best bonuses.
With the Gunners so shortly-priced, Arsenal fans may prefer to have a bet on the first goalscorer, which will nett you much bigger odds. You have to consider Olivier Giroud, who was in great form before his nightmare last week against Blackburn, and he can be backed at 4/1 with Ladbrokes. The one I particularly like the look of is Mikel Arteta, who is a great 12/1 from Coral. Thomas Rosicky is also very high at 15/1 from Coral, but it would probably be best to see if he is in the starting line-up before putting on your money.
Villa have conceded 8 goals in their last four games, and everyone of those has had at least 3 goals in the game, so the sensible bet would be to expect more goals tomorrow so I would recommend betting on over 3.5 goals at 2.30 from Bet365. I have a feeling that Arsenal are going to come back with a bang after two such disastrous defeats!
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Seriously, I’m tired of Wenger