The Seagulls recorded an impressive 4-1 win over 18th placed Swansea City and move four points clear of danger sitting in 12th spot.
It was a totally disastrous week for Arsene Wenger as he saw his side beaten by Manchester City in the EFL Cup final and league 3-0.
It has put the Frenchman in the spotlight again and with the north London outfit now a huge 10 points away from the top four with just 10 games left to wrap up the season, they certainly need to get something out of the south coast and are (1.90) to win.
A stalemate would do the Gunners no good but its (3.75) with the same betting firm should it go that way.
Arsenal might have lost their last three games in the league but having won their last five meetings with Brighton in all competitions, they are (1.20) to avoid defeat. However winning to nil as they did in the corresponding game might not be possible hence NO is quoted at (1.30).
This means that both sides should find the back of the net at odds of (1.65).
Wenger’s charges are unbeaten in their last 34 Premier League games against newly-promoted sides and are offered at (1.45) to win either half.