Will Arsenal take a valuable three points when they visit Bournemouth? Opta reveals all.
"Bournemouth haven’t won any of their six games in all competitions against Arsenal (D1 L5), conceding at least twice in every match."
Bournemouth haven't won any of their six games in all competitions against Arsenal (D1 L5), conceding at least twice in every match. Arsenal are [1.79] to win.
Arsenal fought from 3-0 down to earn a point in this exact fixture last season, the only time they've ever come back from such a deficit in the Premier League. The draw is [4.2].
The Cherries have conceded in each of their last nine Premier League games - only Stoke (12) are on a longer current run coming into this matchday. Over 2.5 goals is [1.57].
Bournemouth won their last home league match, against Everton. They've not won back-to-back Premier League games at the Vitality Stadium since March 2017. The Cherries are [4.8] to win again.
Only Chelsea (13) have scored more headed goals than Arsenal (9) in the Premier League this season, while no side has conceded more via headers than Bournemouth (9). Over 3.5 goals is [2.36].
Arsenal have conceded four penalty goals in their last three games in all competitions - the two conceded in the Premier League have cost them a total of four points, while they also conceded two against Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup to help see them eliminated from the competition. The odds of there being a penalty in the match are [3.75].
Bournemouth have lost 10 of their 13 Premier League games played on a Sunday (W1 D2 L10), conceding in every match for a total of 33 goals (2.5 per game). Arsenal are [2.76] to win half-time/full-time.
The last time Arsenal drew three consecutive Premier League games was in September 2014; while they've not drawn three in a row when scoring the first goal since December 2008. The Arsenal half-time/draw full-time double result is [15.0].
Jordon Ibe has recorded the most shots on target without finding the net in the Premier League this season (10). Under 2.5 goals is [2.6].
Alexandre Lacazette hasn't scored in any of his last seven Premier League games; it's his longest run without a goal in league competition since a run of 10 between February and May 2013. Lacazette is [2.2] to break his duck.