Match Preview: Arsenal vs AC Milan
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Arsenal to win:
William Hill & Paddypower are offering odds of 23/10 for the Gunners to win on the day.
Bet365 & Paddypower are offering the best odds at 5/2
AC Milan to win:
Skybet & Bet365 are offering odds of 11/10 for AC Milan to win at the Emirates
To Qualify for the next round:
Arsenal – 25/1 (bet365)
AC Milan – 1/100 (bet365)
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Why not give it a go? Huge return, and it could just happen.. Arsenal have netted a total of 12 goals in their past two home matches and will be on the all out attack as they have nothing to loose.
Six of Arsenal’s last 19 home wins in Europe have been by four or more goals.
AC Milan have been knocked out at this stage of the Champions League in each of the last four seasons.
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Milan went into the 2003/04 quarter-finals with a 4-1 lead over Deportivo La Coruna, only to crash out after loosing 4-0 to the Spanish side in the second-leg.
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Arsenal 3 AC Milan 1
Paddypower = 13/1
Bet365 = 14/1
Skybet = 16/1
William Hill = 14/1
In their last two home games, Wenger’s men netted seven against Blackburn and another five against Tottenham with Robin van Persie contributing ten in 11 games across all competitions.
The north London outfit have managed 55 goals in 27 league games this campaign, two more than they recorded at this same stage of the ‘Invincibles’ season of 2003/04.
No-one has ever managed to overturn a four-goal deficit over two-legs in the Champions League.
The clash at the Emirates will be the visitors’ 350th match in UEFA competitions.
More Match Facts
In their last league game, the Italian giants destroyed Palermo by the same scoreline they beat Arsenal by in the first-leg (4-0) with Zlatan Ibrahimovic netting a hat-trick.
Arsenal have Tomas Rosicky, Alex Song and Djourou one yellow card away from a suspension, while Milan’s Mark van Bommel will be also banned if he picks up a booking.
Facts from goal.com