Arsenal v Aston Villa Betting Preview

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.

QPR vs Arsenal Preview – Wenger focused on all three points

Arsenal are now ready to attack the 31st matchday of the season and go head to head with QPR on away territory. The Lotfus Road stadium is well known for being one of the toughest grounds to win on, but Arsenal need to do so in order to keep a safe distance in front of arch rivals Tottenham.

The Betting odds are clearly in Arsenal’s favor after such an impressive run by the Gunners and they have a 1.57 odd of winning the match while QPR has a massive odd of 5.50 being seen as an underdog. The odds are also in favor of Arsenal’s skipper Robin Van Persie who has the best rate to score, with a 1.66 odd of putting the ball in the net against the less famous London side.

Arsenal’s Wilshere Accused Of Betting On The Olympiakos Match

Arsenal’s injured midfielder Jack Wilshere is under heat after he supposedly placed a bet on the Gunner’s clear defeat against Olympiakos Piraeus in the Champions League group stage.

Wilshere posted before the game on his Twitter page that he would risk a wager on Frimpong to score

‘Champions league tonight come on the Arsenal! @Frimpong26AFC 1st goal is 150-1… worth a cheeky £10 right?’

After the midfielder nearly missed the target Jack Tweeted again:

‘Frimmy nearly won me some money there!’

An UEFA spokesperson reacted to this just to remind Jack which are UEFA’s regulations: