Arsenal travel to Stoke City on Saturday looking to consolidate what was a remarkable 4-3 win against Leicester on the opening weekend of the season.
The Gunners stole a victory from the jaws of defeat, having been 3-2 down with less than ten minutes to go.
Their record at the Potteries doesn’t exactly fill us with confidence, though, having won just once in their last seven visits.
That makes the 4/5 on the win a little less appealing, but when you examine Mark Hughes’ record against Wenger’s sides – he’s lost more games to the Frenchman than anyone else – and we’re back onboard.
For those willing to back the Potters on the back of their recent record against Arsenal, you can get a juicy 13/4 about the win.
Alexandre Lacazette got off the mark less than two minutes into his full debut last weekend.
The French striker will be hoping to become the first Arsenal player to score in both of his opening two Premier League appearances here.
The former Olympique Lyonnais hitman notched a beautiful header against the Foxes and looked dangerous all game.
The Gunners were pretty appalling at set-pieces in that opener against Leicester and, against a side like Stoke, we imagine they’ll concede again.
It’s 5/2 Arsenal win and both teams to score. It’s a risky play, but the juice is worth the squeeze.
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