Match Preview: Arsenal vs Newcastle
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|Time first goal scored||39 mins||55 mins|
|Time first goal conceded||39 mins||43 mins|
Arsenal to win:
William Hill & Paddypower are offering odds of 1/2 for the Gunners to win at the Emirates
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Newcastle to win:
Skybet are offering odds of 13/2 for Toon to win away
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Robin van Persie has scored four goals in his last five games against Newcastle and 43 in his last 44 Premier League matches.
The Dutchman has scored 21 goals in his last 20 Premier League games at the Emirates, including 14 in the last 11.
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Arsenal 2 Newcastle 0
Paddypower = 13/2
**Bet365 = 7/1**- best odds
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Skybet = 13/2
**William Hill = 7/1** – best odds
Arsenal have won nine of their last 12 Premier League home games and lost just one.
Newcastle have won just two of their last 18 Premier League games against Arsenal, but have won one and drawn two of the last three.
The Magpies have conceded 21 goals in their last eight Premier League away matches, including five on their last trip to north London to play Spurs.
Newcastle had scored in 10 consecutive away games before failing to find the net against Spurs.
The Gunners go into this match five points ahead of Newcastle in fourth place. A victory could leave them only a point behind Tottenham after Harry Redknapp’s side were beaten at Goodison Park by Everton.
More Match Facts
The Gunners have had a player sent off in their last three meetings with Newcastle.
Last season, Arsenal were 4-0 up at half-time away to Pardew’s Newcastle and drew 4-4 becoming the first team ever to throw away a four-goal lead in the Premier League.
Arsene Wenger and Alan Pardew famously had a touchline falling out when the latter was boss at West Ham and raucously celebrated a last-minute winner. The Frenchman has only enjoyed one victory over Pardew as a Premier League coach, with the Newcastle boss enjoying two and three games ending drawn.
Stats from opta/Uk Eurosport