To call Arsenal-Tottenham a derby, or a rivalry, is like calling the war between Pepsi and Cola a “friendly grudge”. The two teams have decades of history between them, and both sets of supporters like nothing more than finishing above the rivals in the standings. This time around, Tottenham come at Emirates as the only undefeated team in the Premier League – but will this stop the Gunners?
Arsenal vs Tottenham – 06/11/2016
Betting Odds At The Best UK Betting Sites
FT Result: Arsenal 1.95 or 19/20 Draw 3.60 or 13/5 Tottenham 4.20 or 16/5
Both Teams To Score: Yes 1.61 or 8/13 No 2.20 or 6/5
Total Goals – Over/Under 2.5: Over 1.75 or 3/4 Under 2.05 or 21/20
Being undefeated only tells a small part of the story, sadly for the Spurs. They haven’t won in six games across all competitions, and come after a very disappointing loss against Leverkusen in the Champions League.
Their last away win in the league was a 2-1 over Middlesbrough, but their biggest issue at the moment is that the team doesn’t seem to be able to score.
One goal per game is hardly enough if they want to challenge for the title – and this goal won’t bring them points in games against clubs like Arsenal.
Meanwhile, the Gunners are in great form. Their only defeat of the season took place on opening day against Liverpool.
Since then, they are undefeated in all competitions. They haven’t lost at home against Tottenham since 2010, and it doesn’t look like they will lose this time either.
Their team lacks some players through injuries (Bellerin, Cazorla, Walcott or Wellbeck), but the ones that do feature are in great form – like Alexis, Ozil or Giroud.
Arsenal vs Tottenham Betting Tips
That is why we believe that Arsenal will not lose this game. We almost back an Arsenal home win, but if you’re looking for a safer bet, 1X should be enough here.
Tottenham to score at most one goal is another good idea, while over 3,5 yellow cards is an almost certainty, given the rivalry between the two sides. Take your pick from the ideas above, and let’s see a great game!
Arsenal Win & Under 3.5 @ 2.40 or 7/5 with 138Bet
Arsenal Win & Both To Score @ 3.50 or 5/2 with 138
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