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|Time first goal scored||38 mins||29 mins|
|Time first goal conceded||38 mins||39 mins|
Arsenal to win:
Paddypower & Bet365 are all offering odds of 4/5 for the Gunners to win at home.
Skybet and Paddypower also are offering the same odds at 13/5
Swansea to win:
Skybet are paying out 19/5 odds for Swansea to win at home.
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*Special bet facts:
There have been fewer goals scored at the Liberty Stadium than any other Premier League ground this season (16).
Swansea have kept six clean sheets at home this term and the four teams who have netted against them have only managed one goal.
The Gunners have kept just two clean sheets in their last 17 Premier League away games.
For more match facts see below.
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**SkyBet = 6/1** – Best odds
Robin van Persie has scored 19 goals in his last 19 Premier League away appearances and will be the mastermind behind anything attacking, he should get on the scoresheet.
The Swans have recouped just one point from a game where they have been trailing this season, the joint-fewest in the Premier League.
There have been fewer goals scored at the Liberty Stadium than any other Premier League ground this season (16), so it will be a tight match.
Other Match facts:
Arsenal have fired in more shots on target from inside the penalty area than any other team (97).
Just 14% of the goals Arsenal have scored have been from set pieces, the lowest percentage in the top flight.
Thierry Henry has scored against all 34 different teams he has faced in the Premier League.
Arsenal have had more shots cleared off the line by defenders than any other Premier League side (9).