Arsenal have won their last six competitive meetings with Aston Villa in all competitions, keeping a clean sheet in each of the last five. An Arsenal win is 1.444/9.
Only Manchester United and Chelsea (4) have won more Premier League away games against Arsenal at the Emirates than Aston Villa (3), with the Villans winning there in 2008, 2011 and 2013. Aston Villa are 8.27/1 to win.
Aston Villa have a record of W1 D1 L3 from their opening five matches of this Premier League season, the exact same record they had at this stage in their last top-flight campaign in 2015-16 when they finished bottom of the league. Villa are 6.05/1 to finish rock bottom.
Since the start of last season, Arsenal's players have made more errors leading directly to goals (14) than any other Premier League team. The Gunners have also conceded 10 goals via the penalty spot in this period, a joint-high alongside Brighton. Both teams to score is 1.674/6.
Since Unai Emery took charge of his first game at the club in August 2018, Arsenal have conceded 47 high turnovers of possession that have ended in an opposition shot in the Premier League; this is five more than any other team in this period. Over 3.5 goals is 2.245/4.
Should Arsenal concede a penalty against Aston Villa they will become the fourth side in Premier League history to face penalties in four consecutive matches, alongside Stoke (4) in January 2014, Wimbledon (5) in August 1999 and Norwich (5) in September 2011. The odds of a penalty being taken are 3.052/1.
Arsenal have allowed their opponents 96 shots this season so far in the Premier League; the most of any side in 2019-20 and since 2003-04 only 13 teams have allowed more in their first five Premier League games of a single season (out of a possible 340). Over 4.5 goals is 3.953/1.
Arsenal's Mesut Özil has been directly involved in six goals in his last four Premier League games against Aston Villa (2 goals, 4 assists), providing an assist in each game. Ozil is 3.9 to score.
Of the 153 players to have attempted 30+ shots in the Premier League since Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's Arsenal debut in February 2018, the Gabon striker has scored the highest proportion (26.2%). Only Mohamed Salah (39) has scored more than Aubameyang since his league debut for the Gunners. Aubameyang is 1.75/7 to find the net.
Unai Emery has won 78 points in his 43 Premier League games as Arsenal manager so far; the exact same amount as Arsene Wenger won in his final 43 Premier League games at the club as boss. Arsenal are 2.26/5 to win half-time/full-time.