This has left them hanging in sixth place, eight points from the top four. Alexis Sanchez’s proposed moved to Manchester United alongside other transfer activity could be a distraction for Arsene Wenger but his side still remain poised to win this game at (1.52) with AccessBET.
The Eagles have continued to put fine displays which is gradually pushing them away from the drop zone. Victories against Southampton and Burnley sees them sit in 12th spot, five points clear of the drop zone.
Though Palace lost the reverse fixture 3-2, it was a very close fight and having beaten the likes of Chelsea, Roy Hodgson’s men will fancy their chances of causing an upset at odds of (6.40).
The same betting firm quotes odds of (4.60) for the game to end in a stalemate after 90 minutes.
The Gunners have never failed to score in 17 home league games against Palace, scoring 39 goals at an average of 2.3 per game. The north Londoners getting the first goal is priced at (1.40) while more than three goals surfacing at the Emirates is available at (1.58).
What’s more is that Wenger’s charges have scored in each of their last 25 Premier League home games and are (2.05) to score in both halves in this match.
Hodgson is yet to see any of the sides he’s previously managed score at the Emirates but considering Palace’s renewed form and the result of the corresponding game, both teams to score is valued at (1.70).
Hector Bellerin has scored in Arsenal’s two league games this year, the first time he is scoring back-to-back in his career. He has been really involved in goalscoring lately and is offered at (9.50) with AccessBET to score in this game.