Chelsea vs Arsenal – Tomorrow’s Premier League matchup between Chelsea at home and visiting Arsenal is intriguing. The hosts are now in sixth place, 10 points behind the visitors at the top of the points standings, going into this match at Stamford Bridge.
Arsenal’s goal moving forward is to overtake Manchester City, who has been a tough competitor for the past few games and take over first place. Since the league’s inception, they have only lost one game, therefore spirits will be high for them.
The team’s current performance has their Spanish head coach Mikel ecstatic. The team’s ability to score goals and prevent goals is the major factor in this.
Scores from 12 games played in 30:11 together. They have gone undefeated in their last six games and can depend primarily on their offensive and defensive units, both of which have excelled in these contests.
Chelsea, on the other hand, has consistently been among the league’s best performers over the years. Arsenal would be somewhat cognizant of their home advantage.
They will enter this match with a desperate desire to win after losing their previous game 4-1 at Brighton. Prior to that defeat, the club had a nine-game winning run.
But it’s important to note that Chelsea has lost its last three Premier League contests. The other results in their previous three games were a 0-0 tie against Brentford and a 1-1 draw with Manchester United.
Chelsea vs Arsenal – Betting Analysis
Arsenal can also depend on recent precedent, having defeated Chelsea in their last two meetings.
In their last 10 meetings, they combined for 35 goals, 19 of which came from Arsenal and 16 from Chelsea.
In their last three league games, Chelsea has failed to defeat Arsenal when they faced up against them at home. There is little doubt that both of these teams will give it their all when they face off.
When Chelsea, who have never lost in this stadium, and Arsenal, who have won four of their last six away games, face off, a high-scoring contest is to be expected as has become customary in their head-to-head history.
However, The Gunners, who are now undefeated in the league at both home and away, might not drop a game. As a result, we prefer to use the Draw No Bet as our primary wager in Arsenal’s favour.