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Arsenal vs Luton Town Prediction & Match Preview


ARSENAL continue their quest for Premier League glory when they welcome Luton Town to the Emirates on Wednesday night.

Mikel Arteta’s men strengthened their title credentials by battling to a 0-0 draw away at reigning champions Man City on Sunday.

While the Gunners will have taken plenty of encouragement from that result and performance, they have been leapfrogged at the summit by fellow title rivals Liverpool.

Back on home turf on Wednesday night, Arsenal will look to make an immediate return to winning ways when Luton Town come calling.

The Hatters come into this clash after falling to a late defeat in North London on Saturday, as they were edged out 2-1 by Tottenham.

That deflating defeat means Rob Edward’s side are once again residing in the relegation zone and they can expect little respite upon their swift return to the capital this midweek.

It will come as no surprise to see Arsenal as heavy 1/10 (Bet 365) favourites as they aim to make it five Premier League home wins on the bounce.

Luton, who are without a win in nine league games, are massive underdogs at 25/1 (UniBet) while the draw is also considered improbable at 11/1 (PaddyPower).

With Arsenal completely unbackable here at 1/10, I’ll get creative via the Bet Builder and bundle up Arsenal Half Time/Full Time, Over Zero Arsenal Second-Half Goals and at least one Luton card at 4/5 (Bet 365).

Arsenal’s home form since returning from their winter break has been pretty much impeccable, having posted four wins from four and racking up 14 goals for good measure.

Across that four game stretch, the Gunners raced into a two-goal lead at the interval against both Crystal Palace and Newcastle and they should have their noses in front by half-time against what is leaky Luton side.

Rob Edwards rearguard have failed to file a clean sheet in all bar two of their 30 Premier League matches this season, shipping multiple goals in seven of their last nine outings.

Looking at it from a Half Time/Full Time perspective, the Hatters have been behind before going on to suffer defeat in 10 of their 18 league losses this season and they should suffer the same fate at title-chasing Arsenal on Wednesday night.

Given that the Gunners are the Premier League’s top scorers this season, I’m also prepared to back the hosts to grab at least one goal during the second-half of this contest.

To wrap up the 4/5 (Bet 365) Bet Builder, I’ll also take the relegation-threatened visitors to clock up at least one card on their latest visit to the capital.

The Kenilworth Road club are averaging 1.97 yellow cards per-game in the Premier League this season, picking up a minimum of one booking in each of their last 10 top-flight fixtures.

In fact, this proposed Bet Builder would have paid out when the pair met back in December and the same wager looks like a nice way in at 4/5 (Bet 365) on Wednesday night.

Elsewhere, I’ll also dip into the Anytime Golscorer market where Kai Havertz holds appeal to grab a goal at 57/50 on UniBet.

The classy German forward has notched in four of his last five Premier League outings and he looks nicely priced to extend his purple patch in front of goal when going up against a brittle Luton backline.

Arsenal vs Luton Town

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