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Arsenal Betting Odds
Arsenal Football Club are one of the biggest clubs in the world today, they experienced years upon years of success at the highest level and they are definitely one of the most recognisable teams in the world. Since their creation, they’ve won the biggest prizes in domestic and international football and with current manager Mikel Arteta at the helm, many are wondering when the glory days of Arsenal FC will return. If we look from an online betting standpoint, they’re incredibly high odds to win the Premier League but in domestic competitions such as the EFL Cup and the FA Cup, Arsenal can be found at reasonable odds to have a successful tournament in any competition. They have a history in the Europa League and are one of the most successful teams in England when it comes to domestic competitions but one of the biggest anomalies in football betting due to their unpredictability.
2022/23 Season Arsenal Odds
When you look at Arsenal FC for the 2022/23 season, it’s clear to see that they’ve improved the squad in a number of positions, with the likes of Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko added to the squad and William Saliba returning from his loan spell looking like an international standard centre-back. The brings the question of will Arsenal see any success this season? It doesn’t look unlikely but it is worth noting the position that Arsenal were in last season before they eventually finished in 5th place with a 2-0 defeat to Newcastle United cementing their place in the Europa League. Could we see similar as Arsenal struggle under pressure after a good start to their campaign or will Mikel Arteta finally finish a season in good favour with the Arsenal fanbase? He’s certainly backed to do so.
Arsenal Betting Odds: Domestic
Despite a great start to the campaign, odds for Arsenal to win the Premier League have remained behind the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool, with the latter having a particularly disappointing start. The Premier League looks a level too far for Arsenal but stranger things have happened in recent years, just ask Leicester City fans. However, if they were to claim the Premier League title, it would be their first since Arsene Wenger's invincibles side who were arguably one of the greatest XI’s in Premier League history. Looking to find odds for Arsenal to win the Premier League? Check out our Premier League betting odds.
So, if the Premier League is a step too far, how does the season look for the EFL and FA Cup? Realistically, look at the tournaments at an early stage, Arsenal have to be one of the favourites for the entire competition, Mikel Arteta will want to bring more silverware to the Arsenal trophy cabinet as soon as possible, meaning they’ll be one of the biggest clubs taking the EFL & FA Cups seriously.
Want to find betting odds for Arsenal to win the EFL Cup? Check out our EFL Cup betting. Alternatively, if you’re looking for betting odds for the FA Cup, we also have an FA Cup betting page with all outright odds that are currently available.
Arsenal Betting Odds: Europe
If Arsenal were in the Champions League, we’d still be backing them to win the Europa League, that’s how good the tournament looks for them at the moment. It’s clear that Mikel Arteta’s team are one of the best in the competition on paper but given their history in European competitions, it wouldn’t surprise anybody if they dropped out of the competition early on to a weaker team. Mikel Arteta looks to have removed a weaker mentality from the squad by bringing in natural winners in the form of Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko and as long as there isn’t a major shock and one of the favourites in the Champions League betting fall down to the Europa League, then Arsenal have a fantastic chance of progression. You look at the Arsenal squad and you think they have two teams that they could field, both of which would be full of quality, as demonstrated by their previous matches in the competition. At the start of the competition, it looks like Manchester United will be their biggest rival and Arsenal have previously lost finals to English opposition before, however, this time around, if that is the case, they’ll likely be the favourites. If you’re looking for betting odds for the Europa League then we have a page set-up with all our outright and live odds available.
Arsenal Betting Markets: Goals
Previously, Arsenal have had legendary goalscorers in their duration of being in the top flight, you'd be sure to bet on the likes of Thierry Henry or Robin Van Persie when looking at goals betting for any game but in the modern day, they don't have that out-and-out goalscorer. That being said, when you look at the Arsenal frontline for goals, any of the front four could realistically pop-up with a goal against any opposition any week of the season. Gabriel Jesus looks tailor-made for the Arsenal style of play, Martin Odegaard is finally living up to his potential and looks like a fantastic player in this Arsenal team, meanwhile, wingers Bakayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli are two of Arsenal’s best players.
That being said, in regards to value for money, it looks to be the Arsenal centre-backs who provide great value, defenders have significantly higher odds to score goals but Gabriel and William Saliba have the potential to pop-up at any time and score with both their head and their feet, meaning that if you check the statistics and Arsenal face a team who are notoriously bad at defending corners, bets on the two centre backs scoring seem almost as good as that of their frontline. Previous matches demonstrate that at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal could be a match for anybody, it has to be asked whether Arsenal could pose a serious threat to the Premier League champions this season, we'll know for sure in upcoming matches.
Arsenal Betting Markets: Cards
There is a lot to be said when it comes to Arsenal players picking up cards. The obvious candidate to bet on is Granit Xhaka as the Swiss midfielder looks destined to pick up a card every time he enters the field for Arsenal, due to his style. However, he’s also a player that Arsenal need, the nastier side of the game comes naturally to him and it allows the likes of Martin Odegaard to perform further up the pitch. Similarly to Xhaka, Thomas Partey is a player who is the cause of a number of fouls. However, it is the wing-backs who push forward regularly that can be caught out by pacey-wingers.
Arsenal Rivalry Matches
- Arsenal Vs Tottenham Hotspur - North London Derby
- Arsenal Vs Manchester United - For a long time, the title decider in a season.
- Arsenal Vs Chelsea - Another London Derby, Jose Mourinho Vs Arsene Wenger was key in building this rivalry.