When Arsenal hosts Bournemouth on Saturday for a 2022–23 English Premier League matchup, they will continue their pursuit of a 14th league championship. With 60 points, Arsenal (19-3-3) is in first place in the Premier League standings, five points ahead of Manchester City, the two-time defending champion. Arsenal is vying for its first league title since 2003-04. The Arsenal defeated Everton 4-0 on Wednesday, extending their winning run to three games. After losing 4-1 to the Citizens last weekend, Bournemouth (5-6-13) is in in 19th position, below the relegation line.
At Emirates Stadium in London, the game will begin at 10 a.m. ET. According to the most recent Arsenal vs. Bournemouth odds from Caesars Sportsbook, the Gunners are the -500 favourites (risk $500 to win $100), while the Cherries are the +1300 underdogs. The odds of a tie after 90 minutes are +525 and 2.5 total goals are predicted to be scored. You should listen to what Martin Green, a seasoned SportsLine soccer analyst, has to say before committing to any Bournemouth vs. Arsenal predictions.
Green became a professional sports journalist and handicapper after working in the sports betting sector for a number of years. He has covered the sport internationally. Since the end of the 2022 World Cup, Green has gone 52-47-1 with his SportsLine soccer predictions, earning $100 gamblers approximately $900.
Now that Green has thoroughly analysed Arsenal vs. Bournemouth, he has just made his choices and predictions. Visit SportsLine right now to see Green’s predictions. The odds and trends for Bournemouth vs. Arsenal are as follows:
• The money line for Arsenal vs. Bournemouth is Gunners -500, Cherries +1300, and Draw +525
•Over/under for Arsenal vs. Bournemouth: 2.5 goals
• Bournemouth vs. Arsenal spread: Gunners -1.5 (-160) (-160)
After winning their first seven home games of the season, the Arsenal have gone only 2-2-1 in their past five. As for the Cherries, they have only scored four goals in nine games since the midseason break.
the benefits of backing Arsenal
On Wednesday, the Gunners’ star attacking performers shone as they exacted retribution for a 1-0 defeat at Everton on February 4. Gabriel Martinelli, a forward, scored two goals, while Bukayo Saka, a winger, and Martin Odegaard, a midfielder, each chipped in with one. With 11 goals, the 21-year-old Martinelli is equal for sixth place in the Premier League, Saka has 10 goals, and Odegaard has nine goals.
In Arsenal’s 3-0 victory against Bournemouth earlier this season, the 24-year-old Odegaard made a major impact by scoring two goals in the game’s first 11 minutes. Saka, who sits second in the league with nine assists, has scored in three of his past four games while Martinelli has scored in three straight games. Arsenal’s defence has improved recently, as seen by the team’s first back-to-back clean sheets in six weeks.
the benefits of backing Bournemouth
After only one season in the Premier League, the Cherries want to stay out of the EFL Championship. The team has 21 points, which puts them in 19th position overall, although they are just four points behind Nottingham Forest for 13th place. Last weekend, Bournemouth’s lone goal against Manchester City was scored by Colombian midfielder Jefferson Lerma, who is now the team’s sixth player with three or more goals.
Lerma, 28, is tied for second on the team in goals with Dominic Solanke, Jaidon Anthony, and Marcus Tavernier, a midfielder who is uncertain for Saturday’s game because of an injury. With four assists each, Solanke and Tavernier tie for first place on the squad. The offensive leaders for Bournemouth are midfielder Philip Billing and forward Kieffer Moore, both of whom have four goals to their credit.
How to make choices for Arsenal vs. Bournemouth
Green has examined every facet of the English Premier League game. He has locked up his two other top bets for the game and is leaning Over on the goal total. His predictions and analysis for the English Premier League are exclusively available at SportsLine.
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