Has there been a better time to face Arsenal?
Arsene Wenger’s side limped to a second 3-0 defeat in less than a week to Manchester City on Thursday.
The Amex Stadium has been a tough place for visitors this term. Only Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool have left with three points.
That could be key because Arsenal have been a shambles on the road. The only sides they’ve beaten in their last 14 away games are Burnley, Crystal Palace and Ostersunds. They’re currently on a run of just two wins in seven games in all.
You can get Brighton or Draw in the Double Chance market at 19/20.
Glenn Murray will be looking to continue his great form up front. The Brighton striker has five goals in his last five games. He’s 2/1 to score Anytime.
For Arsenal, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang missed a penalty against City last time out. He’s 7/2 to make amends by scoring first.
The North London club have failed to score in each of their last three domestic games. But Brighton haven’t kept a clean sheet at home so far in 2017. Our traders have Both Teams to Score at 4/6.
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