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Southampton vs Arsenal predictions
For this poster between two clubs of the soft belly, it is Arsenal who will have the favors of football sports betting with an odds of 2.20 on average, against an odds of 3.10 for a victory of Southampton.
As in the FA Cup game, this meeting should be played on a small detail, so at half-time the exact score could be 0-0, rated at 1.85.
This is already a great opportunity for online bettors, but to make money at the sports betting site, you will have to take risks. As this game promises to be tight, it would be interesting to bet on a meeting with less than 1.5 goals, or an odds of 3.05.
In this context, this bet offers several possibilities, a victory for Southampton (7.50) or Arsenal (6.20), 1-0, but also a goalless draw at the end of the 90 minutes (0- 0), for an odds of 6.20.
If this match ends in a 1-0 victory, it would be wise to look to two scorers, Daniel Ings for Southampton (7 goals) and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang for Arsenal (5 goals). Daniel Ings still scored the winning goal in front of Liverpool (1-0).
Southampton vs Arsenal sports betting tips
– 10th in the Premier League
– 8 wins, 5 draws and 5 losses
– 26 goals scored
– 21 goals conceded
– 7 goals scored by Daniel Ings
– 4 goals scored by James Ward Prowse
– 4 goals scored by Che Adams
– 3 goals scored by Jannik Vestergaard
– 2 goals scored by Stuart Amstrong
– 2 goals scored by Théo Walcott
– 11th in the Premier League
– 8 wins, 3 draws and 8 losses
– 23 goals scored
– 19 goals conceded
– 7 goals scored by Alexandre Lacazette
– 5 goals scored by Pierre Emerick Aubameyang
– 2 goals scored by Gabriel Magalhaes
– 2 goals scored by Nicolas Pépé
– 4 goals scored by Bakayo Saka
– 1 goal scored by Kieran Tierney
Southampton: A. McCarthy, R. Bertrand, J. Stephens, J. Bednarek, K. Walker, J. Ward Prowse, I. Diallo, T. Walcott, S. Armstrong, C. Adams, D. Ings.
Alternates: D. Nlundulu, F. Forster, S. Long, Y. Valery, Caleb Watts, K. Chauke, W. Smallbone, A. Jankewietz, J. Vokins, K. Ramsey.
Arsenal: B. Leno, Cédric Soares, R. Holding, Pablo Mari, K. Tierney, Mohamed Elneny, G. Xhaka, P. Aubameyang, E. Smith Rowe, B. Saka, A. Lacazette.
Alternates: J. Willock, Martinelli, N. Pépé, E. Nketiah, S. Mustafi, A. Maitland Niles, R. Runarsson, Bellerin, Dani Ceballos, S. Kolasinac.
Face to face
Last week, these two teams met in the FA Cup and it was Southampton who qualified for the next round. The Saints beat a redesigned Arsenal formation, but of quality (1-0).
On Arsenal’s last 5 trips to St Mary’s Stadium, as part of the Premier League, the record is 3 wins for the Gunners, 1 draw and 1 defeat.
Southampton’s last matches
- Leicester City 2-0 Southampton
- Southampton 2-0 Shrewsbury (FA Cup)
- Southampton 1-0 Arsenal (FA Cup)
Arsenal’s last matches
- Arsenal 0-0 Crystal Palace
- Arsenal 3-0 Newcastle
- Southampton 1-0 Arsenal (FA Cup)
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Even though Arsenal had rotated their squad in the FA Cup, Southampton’s victory was very important mentally. The Saints also want to dream of Europe at the end of the season, so they have to overcome the Gunners.
Recently, Southampton have just played two FA Cup games, but the Saints took the opportunity to return to victory and to garner a little confidence.
Indeed, in the Premier League, Southampton has been less successful in recent weeks, collecting only 6 points over the last 6 days. The Saints blew hot and cold as they went for a draw at Emirates Stadium in front of Arsenal (1-1), but they also lost points at home to West Ham (0-0).
Lately, Southampton was beaten in Leicester (0-2), but above all, at Saint Mary’s Stadium, the partners of the former Gunners, Theo Walcott, remain on sawtooth performances, victory in front of Everton or even Liverpool, but also defeat against Tottenham (2-5), Manchester United (2-3) and Manchester City (0-1).
Despite a late game, Southampton conceded more goals than Arsenal …
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Unlike Southampton, Arsenal is confident in the English Championship. The Gunners had a disastrous start to the season, but they are now on the right track.
Arsenal has found the taste for victory and above all, Mikel Arteta’s men are back in the race for Europe. Arsenal should not therefore be judged on the defeat in the FA Cup in Southampton because the staff had rotated their workforce.
In the English Championship, Arsenal has been undefeated for 5 games with still 11 goals scored and only one goal conceded, it was during the home victory against FC Chelsea (3-1).
Lately, Arsenal did the “job” in front of Newcastle (3-0), but above all, the last trips of the Gunners ended in two victories, in Brighton (1-0) and West Bromwich (4-0).
These two matches confirmed the good strength of the Londoners because Arsenal still have the 4th best defense in the Premier League with 19 goals conceded, behind Manchester City (13), Tottenham (17) and Aston Villa (18).
Before the reception of Manchester United, Premier League leaders Arsenal must stay on this dynamic. The Gunners can benefit from the strength of their defense, but also the return to form of Pierre Emerick Aubameyang (5 goals), author of a double in front of Newcastle (3-0).