Arsenal conclude the Premier League weekend with a home match against West Brom at the Emirates, a fixture they typically dominate that offers a chance to extend their winning run at home to eight league games.
A four-game unbeaten run since the 4-0 thrashing at Anfield suggests the Gunners have turned a corner, while Alexis Sanchez has returned to the fold having been retained by the club despite being in the last year of his contract.
West Brom usually struggle away to the top sides and they look likely to crumble in a high-scoring affair, with dabblebet offering a price boost up to 7/2 (4.50) from 3/1 (4.0) on Arsenal to beat Tony Pulis' side with over 4.5 goals scored in the game.
Sanchez was a surprise selection in Arsenal's EFL Cup win against Doncaster Rovers as the Chilean rebuilds his fitness having missed much of pre-season, but he should have had enough time to recover with the Gunners having a couple of extra days off.
The all-action forward brings an extra dimension to Arsene Wenger's attack and with Alexandre Lacazette off to a flying start at the Emirates Stadium, there is plenty of potential for goals in the Arsenal side despite the absence of in-form Danny Welbeck, who misses out through injury.
West Brom's reliance on set pieces is famous throughout the country and this is an area Arsenal often struggle with, so the visitors should be able to make it a contest if they can put pressure on the hosts and give Arsenal less to do in front of goal to land this enhanced bet.
Assuming he is selected, it will be a historic night for Gareth Barry as he is set to pass Ryan Giggs and set the record for the most Premier League appearances in history; the former England international is set to play his 633rd game in the top-flight but it could be a tough task for the former Manchester City and Everton man to keep Arsenal quiet at the Emirates.
West Brom have only won one of their last 11 away games in the Premier League, while Arsenal have scored at least three times in three successive home league matches and have beaten the Baggies six times in a row at home in all competitions, so the signs point to this one being a big win for Wenger's men.