Arsenal square off with fierce London rivals Chelsea at Wembley in the FA Cup final this afternoon, in a game that could be manager Arsene Wenger’s last depending on the outcome. The Gunners are underdogs against the Premier League champions as they’re suffering from an injury crisis, but Arsenal have beaten Chelsea this season and won a cup final against the Blues two years ago. Their season is somewhat riding on this weekend’s clash.
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Arsenal somehow managed to recover from back to back defeats to Everton and Manchester City as Olivier Giroud again came to the rescue, scoring a late goal to ensure the Gunners remained in top 4.
Arsene Wenger’s charges now have a good opportunity to further improve their league position as they play host to out-of-sorts Crystal Palace, who did show some improvement in Big Sam’s first match in charge.
However, Arsenal have been made hot favourites to defeat the Eagles on the first day of the new year and we have some very good news for you as Coral pays 28/1 special price on home win.
Having lost two of last three Premier League fixtures, Manchester City head into the high-profile clash with Arsenal desperate for a morale-boosting win that could see them kick-start their title bid.
Meanwhile, the Gunners saw an excellent run of results come to an end as they were beaten by Everton at Goodison Park and seeing as how they now trail leaders Chelsea by six points, Arsene Wenger’s men need to try and win at Etihad Stadium.
Arsenal did well to come from a goal behind to defeat Stoke City 3-1, which was the sixth time the Gunners have come back from a losing position to take at least one point this season, winning three of those games.
And while Arsene Wenger’s charges remained three points behind leaders Chelsea, they managed to increase advantage over Liverpool, Man City and Spurs, so no doubts that was a great weekend for the Emirates outfit.
The Gunners will now be searching their fourth consecutive triumph when they face struggling Everton at Goodison Park and you will be glad to hear that new Coral customers who register through this link will be quoted special price of 40/1 on away win.
After surprisingly securing the first place in their Champions League group thanks to the impressive 4-1 triumph over FC Basel at St-Jakob Park, Arsenal resume their Premier League campaign by playing host to Stoke City.
The Gunners climbed to second in the overall standings as they defeated West Ham 5-1 on the road, and they now have the opportunity to place extra pressure on leaders Chelsea head of their clash with West Bromwich.
Even tough summer recruit Lucas Perez bagged a hat-trick in midweek, Arsenal will again be relying on Alexis Sanchez to produce the goals after he netted five times in last three appearances, so bear in mind that you can get 5/2 special price on the Chilean to score anytime.
This week did not start well for Arsenal as they were eliminated from the EFL Cup after losing at home to Southampton, but the Gunners have a chance to make amends for said loss.
Arsene Wenger’s side take on struggling West Ham United, and they could seriously improve their league position with a win over the Hammers.
With Man City playing host to Chelsea and under-strength Liverpool away to Bournemouth, the Gunners could close the gap behind the leading pack this weekend, so bear in mind they are now available at 6/1 special price to win.
Struggling Manchester United finally ended a poor run of results as they defeated Swansea City ahead of the international break, but they will have much bigger fish to fry this weekend as Arsenal arrive at Old Trafford.
The Gunners may not have won a league fixture at said venue since 2006, but they are unbeaten in last 16 and currently sit just two points behind Premier League leaders Liverpool in the overall standings.
Arsenal need to try and end the barren run at Old Trafford if they want to keep up with the likes of Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea, so bear in mind that the away win is available at 9/1 (10.0) special price.
High-flying Arsenal head to the first North London derby of the season in excellent spirits having climbed to second in the Premier League standings after a remarkable run of results and no wonder they have been made favourites to claim maximum points.
The Gunners have now won ten of last eleven fixtures in all competitions and they are unbeaten since the opening day of the season, so they will want to extend the winning streak by beating arch rivals Tottenham.
After the second string side defeated Championship side Reading 2-0 to secure progress to the English Football League Cup quarter-final, the Gunners shift their focus back to the Premier League campaign.
Despite sharing spoils with Middlesbrough last time out, Arsenal remained level on points with league leaders Manchester City, although Liverpool now sit on 20 points as well, whilst Chelsea and Spurs are one step behind.
This means that the Gunners have no choice but to take the Sunderland clash very seriously, and with the Black Cats utterly disappointing this season, bear in mind that Arsenal can be backed at 40/1 enhanced odds to win to nil.
England continue the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign with an away game against Slovenia, the team they defeated 3-2 at the same venue just over a year ago.
The Three Lions have so far beaten Slovakia on the road and Malta at home, and they are now searching for the third successive triumph and second under new manager Gareth Southgate.
Arsenal winger Theo Walcott is widely expected to keep his place in the starting line-up, and while Kieran Gibbs and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are unlikely to start, bear in mind that England are available at 10/1 special price to win at Stadion Stozice.