Arsene Wenger’s side had another disappointing time in midweek after crashing out of the Europa League at the hands of Atletico Madrid. This defeat capped Wenger’s exit as a manager without silverware in Europe after 22 years in charge of the club.
After failing to break the deadlock past Brighton & Hove Albion last Saturday in their backyard, Sean Dyche’s men extended their winless streak to three on the bounce in the top-tier. Though they have had an amazing campaign where they sit in seventh place, just two points behind their opponets, they are still underdogs at (6.00).
A no winner, no vanquish state at the end of 90 minutes is available at a juicy (4.40).
The Clarets make this trip without any pressure that they can drop down to eighth should Everton clinch victories in their last two fixtures due to the fact that they have a better goal difference over the Toffees.
So, coming off the back of a four-match unbeaten run away from home can guarantee them pulling off a surprise shock by avoiding defeat on the road at a mouth-watering (2.50) which could see them surpass Arsenal on the log.
All of the last five meetings between both outfits at the Emirates Stadium has seen three or more goals scored. Thus, backing a similar result in this outing seems rewarding at (1.70).
Considering the defensive weakness of the hosts lately, we can expect to see both teams score which has surfaced in three of their last seven ties. It’s YES at (1.80).
Punters who wish to eke out a fortune from this encounter should back an outcome that sees the first 45 minutes end all square. This has paid out in five of their last seven showdowns and NairaBet quotes (2.50) for a similar result in this clash.