Arsenal

form

All
ARS 1 - 1 FUL
D
SLA 0 - 4 ARS
W
SHU 0 - 3 ARS
W
ARS 1 - 1 SLA
D
ARS 0 - 3 LIV
L
WHU 3 - 3 ARS
D
ARS 0 - 1 OLY
L
ARS 2 - 1 TOT
W
OLY 1 - 3 ARS
W
BRN 1 - 1 ARS
D
AFC Bournemouth

form

All
NOR 1 - 3 BOR
W
HUD 1 - 2 BOR
W
BOR 4 - 1 COV
W
BBR 0 - 2 BOR
W
BOR 3 - 1 MID
W
BOR 0 - 3 SOU
L
BOR 3 - 0 SWA
W
BOR 2 - 3 BAR
L
PNE 1 - 1 BOR
D
BRC 1 - 2 BOR
W
Head to Head
11 Matches (2 Draws)
8 Total wins 1
5 Home wins 1
3 Away wins 0
Last 5 Matches
4 Wins
1 Draw
0 Wins
BOR 1 - 2 ARS
BOR 1 - 1 ARS
ARS 1 - 0 BOR
ARS 5 - 1 BOR
BOR 1 - 2 ARS
11 Goals Scored 4
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 4 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Arsenal have won all five of their home matches against Bournemouth in all competitions (four in the Premier League, one in the League Cup).
  2. Bournemouth have taken only four points from eight Premier League matches against Arsenal (W1 D1 L6).
  3. In all competitions, Arsenal only have a better 100%-win ratio in home games against Gainsborough Trinity (8 wins), Reading (6) and Stockport County (6) than against Bournemouth (5).
  4. The only teams to play more away Premier League games at Arsenal than Bournemouth without winning a point (P4 W0 D0 L4) are Stoke City (10 games) and Burnley (6).
  5. Bournemouth have lost their last three Premier League matches in London, conceding five goals in every game. In top-flight history, no team have ever conceded 5+ in four consecutive away matches in London (Birmingham in 1957 and Sunderland 1969 also three in a row).
  6. Arsenal have lost just one of their last 21 Premier League home games (W16 D4), losing 2-3 against Crystal Palace in April. However, the Gunners have shipped two goals in their last two home matches, last doing so in three consecutive home games in December 2012.
  7. Both teams have scored in each of Bournemouth’s seven Premier League games so far this season – only three teams have both scored and conceded in their first eight matches to a Premier League campaign (Derby 8 in 2000-01, Middlesbrough 9 in 2000-01 and Leicester 9 in 2015-16).
  8. Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored in each of his last six Premier League games played on Sunday, netting eight goals in that run. Indeed, 26 of his 39 Premier League goals in total have been scored on Sundays, the highest ratio on that day in the competition’s history (min 20 goals).
  9. Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson is looking to score in five consecutive league games for the first time since March 2014 when he was at Coventry. He’s netted three goals in his four Premier League appearances against Arsenal.
  10. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could become the first Arsenal player to score as many as eight goals in the Gunners’ first eight games to a Premier League season since Dennis Bergkamp in 1997-98.
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