Arsenal need the result away to Brighton to keep them in the hunt for a top four finish, although the Gunners can also secure a Champions League spot if they go all the way in the Europa league. Form Labs return with their betting preview and tips for the game while as ever we have plenty of value for you with our selection of enhanced odds for the weekend’s games.
Arsenal Back To Winning Ways
The Gunners may have conceded an early away goal in their Europa League first-leg clash with Valencia, but they rallied well to eventually take the game 3-1 and it puts an end to a run of three straight defeats.
They also demonstrated they can win matches without departing Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey, something they’ll have to get used to, though his absence is a bigger problem when facing the better teams and Brighton shouldn’t pose Unai Emery’s men too many problems.
Brighton Recent Form
The Seagulls secured a massive point hosting Newcastle last weekend, which combined with Cardiff’s defeat at Fulham almost guarantees their safety.
However, it leaves them with six defeats from eight winless matches across all competitions, during which time they’ve netted just the solitary goal.
With the visit of Man City to come on the final day, we don’t expect Chris Hughton’s men to pick up any more points this season.
Arsenal v Brighton Betting Tips
Arsenal have won 15 of their last 18 on home turf across all competitions, with two of the three defeats coming in domestic cup action against Spurs and United, while the other came hosting the Eagles, who are much better equipped than Brighton to take on the better teams with their counter-attacking blueprint.
In fact, in the league, the Gunners had won 10 on the bounce prior to the loss versus Palace, as only Man City, Liverpool and another counter-attacking outfit in Wolves have come away from the Emirates with any points this term.
Indeed, beating bottom-half teams on home turf is Arsenal’s bread and butter. Before Palace secured an unlikely result, they had won 22 consecutive matches hosting such teams since February 2017, with 17 of these coming by at least a two-goal margin.
Meanwhile, with Brighton losing all 11 on their travels to ‘Big Six’ outfits since they were promoted, with seven of these by at least two clear goals, it’s hard to rate their chances.
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