Bournemouth vs Arsenal: Preview and Prediction

Bournemouth vs Arsenal: Preview, Prediction and Betting Tips-3rd January 2017

Bournemouth vs Arsenal
England Premier League.
Date: Tuesday, 3rd January 2017
Kick-off at 19:45.
Venue: Dean Court, Bournemouth.

AFC Bournemouth will welcome Arsenal to Vitality Stadium, As the second half of the Premier League season begins.

Bournemouth bounced back from a back to back defeat as they grabbed a 0-3 away victory against Swansea on the last day of 2016. They are now on the top half of the table as they are 10th in position with 24 points. A win in this game will ensure they stay in the top half if the table for the mean time.

Meanwhile, Arsenal have maintained the top 4 status after the first half of the season. They are on 3rd spot with 40 points to their name, 9 points adrift leaders Chelsea. They will come fresh off 2 successive victories and will hope to continue with the winning streak.

AFC Bournemouth vs Arsenal: Head to Head Statistics

  • Arsenal and both have met few times, they have played only 3 games in the past.
    Arsenal have never lost a game against Bournemouth irrespective of the playing ground.
  • The Gunners have scored 7 goals against Bournemouth in their previous meetings, they have conceded just once.
  • Their only game at Vitality Stadium was won by Arsenal is it ended 0-2

AFC Bournemouth vs Arsenal: Prediction

Bournemouth have shown they meant business especially at home, having lost 3 games at home so far this season. They have won 5 games and drawn once at home this season.
Arsenal’s good away run ended in December as they lost their last 2 away games. They will be hoping to avoid a 3rd successive defeat on the road in this fixture.

We expect a win from the Gunners, and we hope they score at least 2 goals in the game as they are the 3rd highest scoring team in the league.

AFC Bournemouth vs Arsenal: Bet Tips

Arsenal to win at 1.80 (4/5)
Total team goals Arsenal over 1.5 at 1.76 (10/13).

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I think Arsenal can get all 3 points at Bournemouth, it is not an easy place but they are strong enough to win there.