Bet365 Preview: Arsenal - Swansea City: Back both teams to score

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The Gunners will be expected to continue their impressive form when they clash with the Swans this weekend

Arsenal entertain Swansea City at the Emirates Stadium in an English Premier League encounter on Saturday afternoon.

This will be Arsene Wenger's 800th Premier League game in charge of Arsenal and he will be looking to make a statement in the outing.

Arsene Wenger Alexis Sanchez Arsenal

The Gunners have seen their stock rise lately with a single loss in eleven matches including a three-match unbeaten run which they will hope to extend here.

In addition, the North Londoners boast of a sparkling record at home as they are undefeated in their last eight duels and Bet365 is offering (1.25) for this to continue in front of their fans.

Both sides have met 18 times with two ending in a stalemate and the same betting outfit has offered (7.00) for another one.

For the Welsh side, they are two places above the drop zone and will be hoping to cause an upset for their hosts. Their away record this term is something that will be expected to boost their confidence for the tie as they have lost only once in four games – coming against West Ham United.

Also, they have come out on top three times at the Emirates Stadium. However, they have only managed to win a game in their last five outings. They will have to defy odds of (12.00) in order to record their third Premier League victory this season.

Tammy Abraham Swansea City

The 2004 Premier league champions have scored in all their last eight matches while Paul Clement’s men have not failed to do the same in four of their last six. Therefore, Bet365 has placed a price of (1.95) for both sides to score.

Alexandre Lacazette has registered five goals this term for the Gunners and (1.40) is on offer for him to increase the tally anytime in the duel. His teammate, Olivier Giroud has three goals to his name and is (1.57) to find the back of the net anytime in the clash if he gets to play.

Tammy Abraham has hit the ground running since joining Swansea on loan from Chelsea in the summer, scoring five goals in all competitions. He is on offer at a chunky (4.33) to net anytime.

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