Ace Football previews the Premier League round 21 match between Arsenal and Manchester United and offers team news, stats and a free betting tip with the latest odds.
The Premier League clash at Emirates Stadium this coming Sunday sees Arsenal hosting opponents Manchester United.
The Gunners enjoy the view from the top of the table with 47 points after 18 matches. Manchester United find themselves positioned as number 3 in the Premier League with 39 points following 19 rounds.
Team form: Arsenal vs Manchester United
Arsenal conquered seven points from their last three matches and started off drawing 0-0 with Newcastle. Next up was a 0-3 win against Oxford, before Tottenham were defeated in 0-2 win. The Gunners have been potent at Emirates Stadium, winning no less than five of the past six Premier League matches there. They remained without defeat, as they drew once, and hammered in 16 goals while letting in five.
Manchester United Form
Manchester United claimed seven points from their last nine available, as they won by 3-0 and 2-1 against Charlton and Manchester City, respectively. Last time out, Crystal Palace ended up stealing a point in a 1-1 draw. The Red Devils won three of a possible six away matches in the Premier League, as well as playing two draws and suffering one defeat. They scored eight while also conceding seven times.
Betting stats and facts for Arsenal and Manchester United
Let’s have a look at some of the most interesting betting-relevant facts based on the stats from the last couple of matches that Arsenal and Manchester United played across all tournaments.
- Arsenal have not lost 18 of the last 20 home matches
- Arsenal have scored in 19 of the last 21 home matches
- Arsenal have won 7 of the last 9 matches while scoring more than 1.5 goals
- Arsenal have not lost 11 of the last 13 matches
- Arsenal have won 7 of the last 9 matches
- Manchester United have scored in 21 of the last 23 matches
- Manchester United have won 5 of the last 7 matches without conceding a goal
- Manchester United have won the last 7 matches in a row
- Manchester United have won 6 of the last 7 matches while scoring more than 1.5 goals
- Manchester United have scored in 14 of the last 16 away matches
Players in form: Arsenal vs Manchester United
Martin Oedegaard looks like value in the goal-scoring market, with four strikes to his name in six Premier League matches. The visitors are crossing their fingers Marcus Rashford adds to his four Premier League goals come on Sunday.
Betting markets: Arsenal vs Manchester United
Arsenal claimed seven wins in their previous 10 home games across all tournaments while drawing one of them. They suffered defeat in two of these outings. Manchester United won five of their last 10 games away, drew two and lost three. Amazingly, Arsenal are on a streak of 12 matches without defeat, as well as their last 11 at home. Manchester United remained unbeaten in their last 6 games on the bounce. Arsenal have not lost to Manchester United in 4 consecutive home meetings.
Both teams to score
Arsenal scored first in seven of their last ten home games. Manchester United got the opening goal in four out of their last ten away games. Arsenal managed to open the scoreline in fewer than seven of their previous 10 games. Their opponent Manchester United performed a similar feat as they scored the opener in seven of their last 10 games. Both teams scored in the last 3 consecutive meetings between Arsenal and Manchester United.
Over 2.5 goals happened in six of Arsenal’s last ten matches across all tournaments. They pulled off an average of 2.4 goals during this run. Over 2.5 goals happened in six of the last ten outings for Manchester United, who managed to score two times in those matches. Manchester United scored at least once in their previous 10 matches on the bounce.
Suggested bet: Arsenal vs Manchester United
In conclusion, the upcoming game between Arsenal and Manchester United seems like a decent betting opportunity. Considering the abovementioned stats and facts, we have come up with a betting suggestion for this Premier League match.