Arsenal are in flying form having gone unbeaten since the third game of the Premier League season, and are still to hit top form.
Our side is one of the first on the betting slips at the moment, after going 20 matches unbeaten in all competitions, but just how profitable is it to include the high-flying Gunners?
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This weekend we of course take on struggling Yorkshire side Huddersfield, and while we will not be close to even money for the match, we STILL provide value due to reality that we WILL beat the Terriers, and I will even be looking to back Arsenal to win by more than one.
It is difficult to gauge value, some people will say that Man City have to go into the accumulators every week because they will definitely win, but if the Citizens are priced up at 1/10 (1.1) then I believe the odds are pointless, as the amount of times the best team hasn’t won, or the referee has been against a team, I simply cannot have a price that short kill my acca.
Arsenal on the other hand are usually much fairer priced, despite our red-hot form, and the fact that we were bigger than even money at home against Spurs shows just how little respect the bookmakers have for us currently.
Unai Emery has instilled an impressive belief into our players, while the likes of Lucas Torreira, Granit Xhaka, Alexandre Lacazette and Aubameyang are all swiftly raising their stock with some high-profile outings.
The truth is Liverpool, Chelsea and Spurs are all close to us in the PL table, but none of them actually look like they have the fire to actually tear teams apart at present, despite huge starts to the campaign by both the Blues and the Reds, and it is us that Manchester City will have to look at to slow down when push comes to shove.
Are Liverpool more playing better than us? Is there any doubt that we will push on and land a top four spot? Or are there any pessimists out there who simply believe we are due a loss?