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Arsenal v Burnley: Walcott can leave final mark on Gunners win

| 31.10.2014

Bottom of the table Burnley face another huge test of their Premier League credentials when they travel to the Emirates Stadium to face Arsenal.

The Gunners look set for a victory which will keep Sean Dyche’s men rooted to the foot of the league according to Ladbrokes, with the north London club 1/4 to take all three points.

Burnley are 11/1 to upset the odds and pick a first win away at Arsenal since 1974 with the draw available at 5/1 but Oliver Yew has picked out three alternative bets  which can give Ladbrokes News followers reason to celebrate come Saturday evening.

Alexis Sanchez to score and Arsenal to win @ 6/5

The Chilean international has made a blistering start to his career in north London, scoring eight goals in his last 11 appearances.

And with his brace against Sunderland earning all three points for the Gunners last week, it makes sense to stick with the in-form forward finding the back of the net in a victory for Wenger’s men.

4+ Goals @ 13/10

While results have not gone the way Burnley would have wanted they are certainly entertaining to watch with goals going in at both ends for Sean Dyche’s men.

With 4 or more goals featuring in their last four Premier League matches and Arsenal boasting both an exciting forward line and leaky defence, goals should be on the agenda once against at the Emirates.

Theo Walcott to score last @ 9/2

The England star was back amongst the Arsenal substitutes at the Stadium of Light and could make his comeback to competitive football against Burnley.

Walcott, who was on the scoresheet in an Arsenal win the last time these two sides met in the Premier League, and with the 25-year-old certain to feature off the bench we are back him to mark his return with the last goal of the game.

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Oliver Yew