It’s finally time to say goodbye to Arsene Wenger after more than two decades of him being known as the manager of Arsenal Football Club, as his tenure with the Gunners will come to an end this Sunday when they travel north to face Huddersfield Town. The Terriers have already confirmed their survival courtesy of a midweek draw against Chelsea, and now, they can go into the final game of the season with nothing to worry about – whereas Arsenal will be desperate to register their first away point of 2018 before they have to endure a three-month break before they get another chance at it.
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Courtesy of bet365, it’s time to take a look at some of the best betting odds available to fans ahead of this weekend’s Manchester United vs Arsenal clash at Old Trafford. In many ways, this game doesn’t actually mean all that much and probably won’t affect anything in the grand scheme of the Premier League season, but beyond that, it’ll signify an important end for one of the Premier League’s greatest rivalries.
Courtesy of bet365, we’ve picked out some of the best bets available ahead of Arsenal’s clash with Atletico Madrid tomorrow night. The game will undoubtedly see the two favourites to win the competition go head to head, and with only one spot in the final next month up for grabs, you can bet we’re going to witness a showcase from two of Europe’s most fascinating sides.
Courtesy of bet365, it’s time to take a look at some of the best possible bets you can make for Arsenal vs West Ham United this weekend. The game, which is something of a London derby, doesn’t have all too much relevance in the grand scheme of how the Premier League will turn out this season – in case you’re an advocate of drama and you believe the Gunners can still finish 4th and the Hammers can still be relegated.
Arsenal’s current unbeaten run seems to completely contradict those who thought they were destined to fail after losing four on the trot a few months back, as they continue to look better than they have done in months. They’re clearly riding a wave of momentum and as we look ahead to the future, it’s becoming increasingly obvious that the Gunners are starting to really gel as a unit.
As we approach Arsenal’s big-time showdown with CSKA Moscow on Thursday night, it’s time to take a look at some of the best bets and odds available to Gunners fans out there courtesy of bet365. The game, which will be a UEFA Europa League quarter-final first-leg tie, holds a massive amount of potential for Arsene Wenger’s men as they’ll be attempting to really lay down a marker prior to the second leg over in Russia.
It’s no secret that they’re making this competition their priority, and that’s the smartest possible thing they can do right now. Manchester United did the same thing, which is the reason why they were able to compete in the Champions League throughout the 2017/18 season.
Arsenal will be back in Premier League action on April 1st when they take on Stoke City, and courtesy of bet365, we’ve assembled some of the most interesting bets available as the Gunners attempt to secure their place in the top six ahead of Burnley.
It’s clear to see that Arsene Wenger’s men could probably ease to this victory with their eyes shut, but considering the physicality of the Potters combined with their upcoming Europa League tie, it leads us to believe that a handful of stars will be rested – and rightly so.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is the talk of the town at the moment with Frenchman being heavily linked with imminent departure following yet another disappointing result.
Back-to-back defeats at the hands of Manchester City – first in the Carabao Cup final last weekend and in the Premier League on Thursday night – have put the Arsenal boss under increasing pressure.
The fans are once again turning against the Premier League’s longest serving manager who could be set for an immediate end to his 22-year tenure at the north London club.
It’s last been in 2014 that Arsenal managed to beat their north London rivals away.
The last win over the neighbours was recorded at White Hart Lane and Gunners now have a fine chance of ending the run at the national stadium which has thus far been a fortunate ground for Arsene Wenger’s men.
Arsenal won their last nine matches at Wembley and are most certainly looking to make it a perfect ten.
Gunners head over to lock horns with fifth-placed Tottenham high on confidence following a morale-boosting 5-1 win over Everton last time out, which saw the January signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang open his account for his new club.
Arsenal might be without their most recent signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for the forthcoming clash against Everton but they’re still installed as firm favourites to earn important three points in their top-four chase.
The Gunners have been given a huge blow in their pursuit of the Champions Place places last time out, having suffered a frustrating 3-1 defeat at the hands of Swansea. Arsene Wenger’s men have a big point to prove this time around as they look to get back in the running despite trailing Liverpool and Chelsea by eights points.
Wenger’s men can be backed at 25/1 betting odds over at Betfair to beat Everton.