Match Preview: Bolton vs Arsenal
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|Time first goal scored||33 mins||27 mins|
|Time first goal conceded||39 mins||36 mins|
Arsenal to win:
Bet365 are both offering odds of 8/11 for the Gunners to win away.
Skybet also are offering the same odds at 14/5
Bolton to win:
Skybet are paying out 4/1 odds for the Trotters to win at home
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allArsenal’s Special Bet: First Goalscorer = Robin Van Persie =3/1
*Special bet facts:
Robin van Persie has scored 20 goals in his last 20 Premier League away appearances and has been the first goalscorer in 7 games this season.
For more match facts see below.
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Bolton 0 Arsenal 2
Paddypower = 17/2
Bet365 = 17/2 – Best odds
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**SkyBet = 8/1** – Best odds
These two haven’t drawn a game in the league since February 2006.
Arsenal have won nine of the last 10 Premier League games against Bolton (W9 L1).
Bolton have conceded the most goals in the Premier League on home soil (25).
Only Manchester City (26) have scored more goals away from home in the Premier League than the Gunners (22).
Owen Coyle’s side have gone 11 games without a clean sheet in the Premier League.
A late goal could easily be on the cards as there has been at least one scored in the last 15 minutes of each of the past nine league meetings between these two outfits.
Other Match facts:
All three goals that Bolton scored against Arsenal last season were headers.
The Trotters were the victors in this fixture last season thanks to goals from Daniel Sturridge and match winner Tamir Cohen. The win was Bolton’s first over Arsenal since November 2006.
Arsenal are on the back of a three-match losing streak in the Premier League for the first time since April 2007, with defeats to Manchester United, Swansea City and Fulham. Bolton however have won their last three in all competitions.
Currently in fifth position, the north London side haven’t finished outside of the top four since the 1995/96 season when they finished in their present spot in the league.