West Bromwich vs Arsenal (Premier League, 29.11.2014)

Arsenal will attempt to put their Premier League campaign back on track against West Bromwich who are on the 13th place. The hosts are unable to win against the Gunners since 2010, and the visitors need to recover from the winless streak of three matches. The bookies have little doubt about the winners and give Arsenal 1.85 odds to win outright.

The Gunners come from an unexpected, but very well-deserved win over Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League group stage that secured them the qualification for next round, but they need a good result against Galatasaray and an Anderlecht win away to Dortmund to be sure of the first place. The obvious bad news comes in form of new injury worries for Arsene Wenger as Mikel Arteta is tipped to be out for a long time after a calf problem picked up earlier this week. Yaya Sanogo is also out with a hamstring injury and Jack Wilshere is set to undergo a surgery on his ankle which will keep him on the sidelines for at least three months.. Wojciech Szczesny is another name set to miss the West Bromwich match, as the hosts will miss on Olsson for the rest of the year due to an impeding surgery on his Achilles tendon.
West Bromwich also come from two consecutive defeats, the most recent one against Chelsea, and the hosts were unable to score in either of them. Berahino is their main goalscorer with 8 successes and statistics point out to West Bromwich being specialists in draws when playing at home, they have three draws, two losses and one win against Burnley. Arsenal have been alternating between a win and a loss in their recent Premier League outings, and if the circle continues they should be the ones winning this.

Alexis, 2.30 odds to score anytime, and Danny Welbeck, 2.43 to score anytime, are some of the safest picks you could have for this game, even if you could also bet on Giroud to score anytime with 2.35 odds. A West Bromwich win has 4.25 odds with Unibet, both teams to score 1.74 and over 1.5 goals in the first half has 2.70 odds. The defining question for this match will be who needs the win more and if Arsene Wenger can motivate his players and have fans not be afraid even if their team are leading with 2-0 in the 82th minute, Arsenal can get their campaign back on track. We are going to bet 7 units on Arsenal winning at least one half with 2.45 odds from Unibet.

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